Fiendishly tasty treats for Halloween season
October 19, 2017
The Halloween and fall festival season is here! With our Methodists' recipes and a little time, it is easy to supplement the manufactured, store-bought candy and treats with flavors that are more satisfying. The diverse recipes below will satisfy most any sweet tooth. Click here for more options in our recipe files.
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Everyone who is a peanut butter fan loves these. Easy to make.
They're so moist and delicious you won't be able to stop eating them! They'll be good for a few days, but right out of the oven they're absolutely marvelous! If you like chocolate, try drizzling melted chocolate chips on top of them.
A "ball" shaped cookie that was popular in bakeries in the 1950's.
A buttery treat that made it here from across the pond.
The name isn't kidding. You really cannot mess this up.
A delectable, gluten-free treat. Paint faces on them with black icing for a little ghoulish fun.
A bite-sized taste of the season.
The delightfully unexpected result of taking two classic desserts and jamming them into one.
Chocolate and peanut butter. 'Nuff said.
Serve as a snack or dessert.
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