Your little (and big) ghosts and goblins will have a hard time keeping their hands off these not-so-scary Monster cake pops.
Mummies recall scenes of slow moving, wrapped in gauze, dripping in blood, moaning semi-humans. However, this mummy mason jar craft is exactly that – cute, crafty, easy and budget friendly.
Who doesn’t love a cute little coloring book page – especially when they’re free! Just click on any one of the Halloween coloring pages to get a bigger printable version.
Halloween is a time for costumes, candy and trick-or-treating. But kids aren’t the only ones that should get to have fun. Our Halloween greetings are perfect for sharing, laughing, and maybe even scaring, your friends.
Modern family, meet the modern holiday cookbook: Homemade for the Holidays, from Thanksgiving.com. With more than 250 recipes, gifts and hosting tips, there’s something here for everyone!
It’s Thanksgiving and you need a memorably mouthwatering roasted turkey recipe. We’ve got one for you! This orange, anise, and thyme roasted turkey boasts big citrus flavor and the complementary meat-loving tastes offered by star anise, fresh thyme, and garlic.
Are you looking for a fun and simple Halloween craft to make with your little ghouls? It’s time to craft up an un-boo-lievable Halloween or Day of the Dead picture frame, perfect for displaying a photo of your kiddos trick-or-treating in their adorable costumes.
Bring a little fun into your Halloween and Day of the Dead celebrations, for breakfast or brunch, with these DIY monster donuts.
Bored with your fall clothing? Jazz up a plain pair of jeans with a quick and easy glow in the dark craft technique. Inspired by Día de los Muertos (also known as Day of the Dead), these glow-in-the-dark jeans are the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.
With a few craft supplies and some colorful adornments, you can create a traditional altar that is believed to help the souls of those who have passed on have the best death possible after the celebration is complete.
Are you decorating your front porch for Halloween and Day of the Dead this year? Give your front door a touch of macabre with this spooky skull wreath.
From Richard Simmons to Pee-Wee Herman – these baby Halloween costumes are all so good, it’ll be hard to pick!
The words “cute” and “mummy” don’t typically go together. However, this fun and easy mummy pillow craft will prove that even mummies can be adorable.
Don’t know about you, but bats give us the heebie jeebies. Big googly eyes, huge ears, scrawny black bodies – they’re just one big, flying ball of creepy! That’s why we love these rainbow paper tube bats that ooze cuteness. Nothing scary about these at all!
Dare to be different this Thanksgiving and surprise your hungry holiday guests with these delicious salt and vinegar kale mashed potatoes!
Here’s a sheet-pan chicken sweet potatoes and Brussel sprouts with bacon and balsamic glaze dinner that’s a must-have in your arsenal of recipes.
Golden, delicious and moist, this perfect roast turkey will certainly turn heads this Thanksgiving. By using Martha Stewart’s foolproof method for brining and roasting, your T-day turkey will be the showpiece it’s supposed to be.
Sweet potatoes are a welcome addition to any holiday gathering — but you don’t need a special occasion to serve these Roasted maple cinnamon sweet potatoes!
Does approaching Halloween bring out the little kid in you? Are you excited to haul out the skeleton and giant… Read More about Halloween traditions from all around the world: The sweet, the scary, and everything in between
Here, you can download your own copy of our free Halloween ebook for 2018, featuring some of the spookiest, scariest and goofiest recipes you need to entertain your kids and guests during the first big fall holiday.
The spookiness of Halloween draws us in like a moth to a flame. The endless festivities are fun for kids and adults alike. These festive Halloween table settings set your Halloween party apart from all the rest.
Do not let those pumpkin seeds go to waste! Another activity to keep the fun going after carving your pumpkins is eating the roasted pumpkin seeds.
If comfort food is calling your name, we recommend answering with our Alton Brown inspired shepherd’s pie, a scrumptious, belly-filling meat pie topped with a billowy mashed-potato crust.
This yarn pumpkin garland craft is the ideal, easy, DIY craft to fit right in with the pumpkin theme that will soon take over.
DIY glitter “boo” letters will elevate your current Halloween decorating scheme by adding a little extra glitz, glamour, and, oh yeah, glitter!
For some, Halloween is all about the candy. Then there are those who can’t get enough of Halloween decorations. If you can still find room in your house or your front yard, these 13 frightful Halloween decorations will be right up your alley.
If your Halloween party menu doesn’t already include spooky spiders, witches’ fingers, and barfing pumpkins, allow us to help liven it up. Your party, whether for adults, kids, or both, would be incomplete without fun – and sometimes gross! – Halloween party foods.
Hooray for baked macaroni and cheese that is three-cheese creamy, soul-food comforting, and easy to get on the table to feed a hungry crowd.
If you’re looking to celebrate with your own loved ones, we have found some wonderful Day of the Dead party food items for you to bring to your table.
Also known as Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead traditions date back thousands of years to pre-Columbian times. What is the Day of the Dead, and what are some of the traditional ways to celebrate the holiday? Let’s find out.
One Halloween tradition includes leaving bags of candy on door steps with a note that says “You’ve Been Booed”. Kids love “boo-ing” friends and neighbors.
When you’ve had your fill of Snicker’s bars and Resse’s peanut butter cups give one of these clever ideas a try for all your leftover Halloween candy.
Día de los Muertos (also known as Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday celebrating the lives of loved ones who have passed away. Day of the Dead decorations focus on the use of motifs like skulls and celebrated at the end of October.
Those who first celebrated what we now call “Halloween” probably wouldn’t recognize the holiday today. It’s doubtful that 2,000 years… Read More about The history of Halloween: A timeline through the centuries
Is Halloween your favorite time of year because of the thrilling variety of candy ready for you to devour with hungry abandon? We agree! Make a wicked amount of this Halloween cookie bark for a hauntingly huge Halloween treat fix.
Over the trick-or-treating and ready to celebrate Halloween as a grown-up? Put on a wickedly cool costume and make these Halloween vodka Jell-O shots!
Need a spooky, impressive finger food to take to a Halloween potluck? This take on Paula Deen’s cheese ball goblin is the ghoulish dish for you!
Orange bell peppers carved into edible jack-o’-lanterns and stuffed with spicy shredded chicken and brown rice become a scary good dinner for Halloween gatherings, harvest parties, and fun family meals.
Trick or treat? We say treat! Your hungry little ghouls will scream for this Halloween pizza. Featuring mozzarella eyeballs, spooky spiders made of olives, and a web of shredded cheese, this hauntingly good pizza is the best fun and frightful food for your next Halloween party.
When your friends are raving about their morning pumpkin spice lattes, you can tell them about your new favorite evening drink. Our pumpkin fizz cocktail delivers the festive flavors of fall in an easy, effervescent boozy brew.
Need a sweet treat for Halloween but have scary-little time to spend in the kitchen? These spooky spider web brownie bites take just minutes to make and will have your dessert-hungry ghouls howling with delight.
Have you ever wondered why we dress up in costumes at Halloween? Why we go trick-or-treating and carve jack-o-lanterns? These traditions all originate from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, pronounced “SOW-in.”
Get cookin’ with this selection of delicious and easy Instant Pot recipes that will help you create everything from main meals to appetizers to desserts without even turning on your stove.
The perfect blend of fall-favorite pumpkin and spooky mummy carefully crafted into a Mummy pumpkin cookie will get rave reviews at your next Halloween shindig.
Before the Thanksgiving meal is over, we’re already thinking of the mouthwatering ways we can gobble up the leftovers. And this loaded turkey enchiladas recipe is one of the tastiest of options!
Looking for that supernaturally perfect sweet treat for your kiddo’s class party or the annual Halloween bash in your neighborhood? Our no-bake Halloween crispy rice cereal cake is easy to make and hauntingly hard to resist!
Hey, let’s fire up that grill! We have some easy grilling recipes for you that are not only for deliciously decadent dishes, but some healthy meals, too. No matter which you choose, you’ll end up with a sensational smoky kick.
Is your inner carnivore in need of a juicy, meaty helping of fantastically-flavored beef? This garlic herb-crusted roast beef won’t disappoint!
Rice Krispie treats are just that — a treat — no matter the occasion or the season, so these Rice Krispie treat pumpkins, are the perfect pairing for your fall festivities.
Make an adorable black cat wreath — a quick and simple craft project that is purrfect for your autumn and Halloween decor.
Do you go wild for Halloween fun but dread the sugar and empty calories of typical Halloween treats? Dread no more! We’ve got the perfect Halloween candy for you! Our chocolate peanut butter protein ball spiders are wickedly delightful and deliciously healthy.
Thanksgiving may be over but digging into leftover turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes has just begun! These three holiday favorites can be repurposed into Thanksgiving leftovers bites to serve hot with leftover gravy for dipping.
The Thanksgiving table has been cleared and now you’re wondering what to do with the yummy abundance of turkey and other holiday leftovers. Dig into these nine easy leftover turkey recipes and turn your traditional Thanksgiving dishes into mouthwatering meals that will make you want to cook a turkey dinner more often.
If Applebee’s artichoke and spinach dip is one of your most-craved guilty pleasures, you’re going to love our Instant Pot copycat recipe for this amazing appetizer.
Searching for a dish that looks fancy, tastes delicious (hello, bacon!) and is easy to make? Then chicken mignon with harissa butter should be at the top of your list.
Move over sriracha and chile paste, harissa paste (and butter) are here and ready to challenge for the condiment crown.
If you frequent Mexican restaurants or find yourself chasing down Mexican food trucks in search of tongue-tantalizing Mexican fare, you’re going to love our grilled chicken and quinoa burrito bowls with avocado salsa.
Looking for creative ways to feed your family with those tasty Thanksgiving leftovers? Forget the tired turkey sandwiches. Instead, deliciously surprise them with this turkey pot pie soup.
Though the Thanksgiving turkey dinner is an excitingly delicious celebration, we get even more excited over all the creative ways we can use the holiday leftovers. This recipe for leftover turkey chili smothered sweet potatoes will have you waiting impatiently for the table to be cleared.
Our smoky turkey corn chowder with bacon will make you want to roast a turkey more than once a year just so you can feast on this belly-warming soup.
It’s a post-Thanksgiving fiesta with these leftover turkey taquitos with nutty buffalo dipping sauce. Just because the Thanksgiving dinner is over doesn’t mean the party has to stop. Repurpose that extra turkey with these tasty taquitos.
If your traditional Christmas turkey has your family yawning, make our mayonnaise roasted turkey recipe and watch them eagerly run to the holiday table.
When your sweet tooth begs for a cool, creamy dessert, stop what you’re doing and make this chocolate peanut butter… Read More about The Pioneer Woman’s chocolate peanut butter pie
Labor Day is the one day a year we say thank you to everyone who works hard to make the towns, cities, states and country a better place. These Labor Day blessings and greetings are designed to help you celebrate your hard work — and the hard work of those around you.
Craving a rich, fragrant stew that delectably satisfies your need for comfort food while also feeding your desire for experiencing different cuisines? Make our Moroccan chicken tagine with olives, preserved lemons and couscous and your hunger yearnings will be appeased.
Thanksgiving dinner is done and you’ve got leftover turkey eagerly waiting to be turned into a completely different meal. Our leftover turkey shepherd’s pie will not disappoint.
This gluten-free and vegan maple pecan pie crust is the perfect addition to your next pie-baking adventure. And it doesn’t require a ton of prep — just a food processor, your ingredients, a glass pie pan and a little bit of time.
Isn’t it Halloween yet? We can’t wait for all things Halloween and these 10 chillingly creepy Halloween cocktails that are perfect for your big Halloween bonanza are right up our party throwing alley.
With this recipe for carnitas-style turkey tacos made with leftover Thanksgiving turkey, your turkey troubles are toast
Find out how to make your own delicious homemade pumpkin spice, and infuse that flavor into these not-so-basic pumpkin spice recipes for a cozy fall feeling any time of year!
Craving a healthy, hearty meal loaded with bold flavors, appetizing colors and superfoods that feed your soul? Grab your fork: These simple sweet-potato quinoa bowls are exactly what you need.
It is that time of year again where parents everywhere are sending their kids off to their first day of… Read More about 12 back-to-school greetings and blessings
We just happen to have a craft that takes pom poms to a whole new level. This Autumn pom pom wreath will soon become a regular addition to your home and most likely those of friends and family once they admire your creation.
Our maple bacon roasted Brussels sprouts boast the vegetable’s nutty flavor that is delectably complemented with big bacon savoriness, naturally sweet maple syrup, a hint of tart apple cider vinegar and a tongue-tantalizing punch of grainy mustard. What’s not to love?
Whether you have a little one who’s about to start kindergarten, or a seasoned student headed to middle or high school, your support is a key component of a successful school year.
Looking for the best vegan Thanksgiving stuffing to serve on your holiday dinner table? Our mushroom stuffing is not only vegan-approved, it will also make your guests on a gluten-free diet deliciously weak in the knees.
When your usual mashed potatoes recipe has fallen flat on the taste buds of your Thanksgiving guests, arouse their palates with our whipped potatoes and horseradish recipe.
Need an impossibly delicious Thanksgiving side-dish that will delight the vegans at your holiday table while pleasing the palates of your non-vegan guests? We’ve got the best roasted-garlic mashed potatoes recipe you will ever fork into your mouth!
Cheese lovers rejoice! This cheesy sausage and sage stuffing is a Thanksgiving game changer. Forget the traditional cheese-free stuffings, your hungry Thanksgiving guests are going to go wild for this cheesy, creamy, sausage-studded holiday side-dish.
What kind of Thanksgiving stuffing do you make when part of your family loves wild rice stuffing and the other part of your family begs for cornbread stuffing? You make our wild rice, cornbread, and pecan stuffing, of course!
Teachers and their students will spend hundreds of hours surrounded by those four walls, so the classroom decorations should make a brightly colored, cheerful environment that is welcoming, upbeat, encourages creativity… and just feels good to be in.
Nowadays, kids can can get creative, and make their school lockers more useful while still having a personal touch. Where to begin? We know! Locker Decorations 101 is now in session.
From the way kids dash into the house after school, seemingly famished and near death, you’d think they hadn’t eaten for days. So, in the effort to provide unique, healthy and delicious options for them, here are 14 after school snacks your kids will love.
Thanksgiving is the most celebrated meal of the year and we want your stuffing to be a belly-filling reason for your holiday guests to cheer! Our all-American stuffing delivers all the festive flavors your family and friends will love.
Take your family’s taste buds on a delicious trip to Italy this Thanksgiving with our Italian mother-in-law dressing. Boldly featuring Italian favorites, such as Swiss chard, green olives, pine nuts, golden raisins, and red pepper flakes, this is a holiday dressing that will make mouthwatering memories at the table.
Looking for a simple yet succulent turkey recipe for Thanksgiving or Christmas? Our orange bourbon crockpot turkey is a sumptuous holiday entree boasting mouthful after mouthful of sweet, spice, and everything nice.
When Halloween, Easter or another holiday leaves you with leftover candy and cookies, try this deliciously indulgent recipe for loaded cookie bars! They’re the perfect way to use up extra sweets.
True or false: Quick and easy school morning breakfast options exist. While we know your head is screaming, “Yeah, right!”… Read More about 12 quick and easy school morning breakfast options
What can you do to have the best possible school year? One way is to make sure your student is fully prepared. Check out this list of must-have school supplies and make sure your kids are stocked up!
Instead of digging into a potato-only side-dish, your guests will love bite after scrumptious bite of mashed potatoes and celery root punctuated with exciting flavors that will tantalize the taste buds of your family and friends beyond any typical mashed potatoes recipe.
Instead of serving the usual bread-based dish, sink your fork into our grain-free stuffing made with big, tender chunks of root vegetables, earthy mushrooms, toasted walnuts, and fresh herbs.
It’s back-to-school time and you’re filled with dread — because that means it’s also back-to-school-lunchmaking time. If you’re ready to… Read More about 10 easy, healthy & unique school lunch ideas
When you combine black beans with other ingredients in a food processor, something magical happens: you can’t taste the beans. In fact, black bean brownies come out fudgy, gooey, moist and delicious — exactly what you expect from regular fudge brownies.
With so many reasons to cook up a turkey on any day, there’s no need to wait all year long for that one special day — nor do you have to prepare a whole turkey. With this recipe you can enjoy a tender, juicy grilled turkey breast anytime with minimal effort.
Our spiced rum apple cider is a delicious variation on the traditional – with warm spices, sweet brown sugar, apple cider and rum.
Cranberry simple syrup isn’t just a great way to use up an abundance of those fall favorite fruits — it’s also a more concentrated, flavorful replacement for cranberry juice.
In ‘Smashed, Mashed, Boiled and Baked – and Fried, Too,’ author Raghavan Iyer says that the secret to mashed potatoes lies in the right floury potato, a potato ricer and, of course, cream and butter.
Thanksgiving crafting just became as much fun as the other holidays, with this turkey windsock toilet paper roll craft that is guaranteed to liven up your holiday decor.
The best foods are simple foods. This recipe for grilled turkey with rosemary butter shows you how to cook a turkey perfectly with just four simple ingredients.