Recipe: Whoa! Make This AMAZING Face-Hugger Chicken

  It’s gory, it’s creepy, it’s…chicken? Every once in a while we come across a recipe that literally blows our black little socks off. Today we give you this AMAZING “face hugger” (from the Alien movie franchise) feast, direct from the culinary artistry of Eat the Dead. Thanks, fellas – this is true genius! * Copyright ~ Reprinted from: Nov. 14, 2017 So, as some of you may know, I made an Alien’s inspired chest burster turkey last year…Read more

Recipe: Bacon-Wrapped Mummy Meatloaf

Meatloaf is delicious no matter how you slice it (see what we did there?). Add bacon and a sweet, tangy glaze and now it’s a monster of a meal! This super-fun recipe is one the kids can help with and is simple to prepare, yet it makes a perfect, creepy centerpiece for your party table. Here’s how to make your own bacon-wrapped mummy meatloaf for your Halloween party table. Ingredients:MEATLOAF 2 lbs. ground beef OR…Read more

The COOLEST Halloween Treat Ideas

  Be “that house” this year – that’s right: the ones kids turn their costumes inside-out for so they can come back for seconds. Here‘s how.   Trick-or-treat, smell their feet, give them something good to eat! Okay, so we’re sure you’re not likely to engage in that second option (can we get an “eeew”?), but as for the rest, we’ve got the goods right here! Keep little hands dipping into the Halloween treat cauldron with…Read more

BEST OF: Pinterest Halloween Food Ideas

  Follow us on Pinterest for more ghoulishly good treats, plus costume ideas, haunted places, devilish decor and more! Pinterest is so full of awesome Halloween food ideas, it’s almost scary! And although some take a culinary degree and top-notch baking and decorating equipment (you’ve seen them too!), there are others that really aren’t hard to make – and that are downright devilishly delish. With that said, here are 13 GREAT Pinterest-inspired Halloween recipes for…Read more

Recipe: Creepy Kraken (Sea Monsters) in Seaweed

Image credit: Our youngest has a fascination with sea monsters. He’s afraid of them…yet unendingly curious. (A chip off the old ghoul!) So when we found these fun “hot dog octopus” goodies, we knew we had to try them out. They were an instant hit with both our kids and since then, we’ve had this whimsical treat often. Of course, being Halloween fans, Sir David and I “haunted” the recipe up for the holiday, adding murky-looking…Read more is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to You will see this in links typed in orange text which link you back to products available for purchase through