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BOO: 8 of the Best Ghostly Foods for Halloween!

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Milk Shooters

There is something about ghosts I’ve always loved. They are like the original Halloween costume of all time. Every year at least one trick-or-treater comes to our house as a ghost and I love it. I also love cooking and baking things in ghostly shapes. It is so easy! Check out mashed Boo-Tatoes, ghostly cupcakes and poptarts and more!


  • Pumpkin Cake Pops 1 of 8
    Pumpkin Cake Pops
    These sweet cake pops are filled with delicious pumpkin cake and have super-cute ghostly faces!
    Make pumpkin cake pops
  • Vegan Ghost Whip 2 of 8
    Vegan Ghost Whip
    A delicious ghostly vegan topping for your coffee or cocoa, perfect for Halloween morning!
    Make vegan ghost whip
  • Ghostly Halloween Pop Tarts 3 of 8
    Ghostly Halloween Pop Tarts
    Use those ghost cookie cutters to make delicious homemade Pop Tarts, add the icing and ghost sprinkles for an extra special effect!
    Make ghostly pop tarts
  • Ghostly Milk Shooters 4 of 8
    Ghostly Milk Shooters
    These fun milk and sprinkles shooters are so much fun for kids and adults alike and are a great way to get kids to drink their milk!
    Make ghostly milk shooters
  • Nutter Butter Ghosts 5 of 8
    Nutter Butter Ghosts
    Dip Nutter Butter cookies in white chocolate for an easy, cute ghostly treat. Perfect for an after school snack!
    Make nutter butter ghosts
  • Ghostly Rice Krispie Treats 6 of 8
    Ghostly Rice Krispie Treats
    Aren't these easy ghost treats so incredibly cute? Kids love munching on them, you can even bag them up for trick-or-treaters!
    Make ghostly rice krispie treats
  • Ghostly Cake Pops from Bakerella 7 of 8
    Ghostly Cake Pops from Bakerella
  • Mashed Bootatoes! 8 of 8
    Mashed Bootatoes!
    Who wouldn't love these delicious dollops of mashed potatoes served up as little ghost! Send your trick-or-treats out with a solid meal of these in their tummy!
    Make mashed bootatoes

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