The Best of Halloween 2010

Boy dressed up for Halloween holiday party

After viewing countless amazing Halloween themed posts it was hard to choose my favorites. There is no way I could fit in everything I fell in love with. I am sure I missed many. Sprinkled throughout are some of my recipe creations. We loved them here & I think you will too. Please link up your festive creations below. We could always use some more great recipe ideas.

Happy Halloween to you all. Stay safe, warm, happy & try to avoid the sugar crash! XO

Cardboard Haunted playhouse at school for children

Halloween Treats

These sweets will knock your socks off!

Morning Munchies

Start the day off right with these delish breakfast & brunch ideas.

Homemade fall recipes with pumpkin for breakfast, side dish and brunch

Small Bites

Have a few appetizers ready for hungry trick or treaters.

Fall Savories

We also crave savory with our sweets. Here are some great Boo day lunch & dinner ideas.

Decadent Drinks

Fun themed drinks to serve any aged trick or treater.

Pumpkin Love

Can’t. Get. Enough. Pumpkin.

Little girl dressed up as a butterfly for school Halloween party

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~ Marla Meridith

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34 thoughts on “The Best of Halloween 2010

  1. How cute! It seems so long ago when my kids were at that age (because maybe it was?!). Enjoy it now because it goes by so quickly. Have a fun and safe Halloween!

    1. Gwen: I know everyone always says it goes so fast. This time of year is precious with little kids around….makes me really reflective and grateful.

      Susan: I love surfing the web to find so many great recipes! You guys have so much taste and are extremely creative!

  2. Happy Halloween! The littles ones look sooooo cute in their costumes. I love my little love nugget duck! Any ideas for some good healthy crock pot recipes?

  3. You are SOOOOOOOOOOOO sweet! And brilliant… I had not seen lots of these links and am so thankful that you put them up!!! I am click, click, clicking away!

    Thanks so much!


  4. Aw, thank you so much for including my cheddar witches’ fingers on here! I love all the fun Halloween things you posted and can’t wait to check out some of the other recipes. The costumes are adorable, too. 🙂

  5. Love all of your links! Also, sorry about your comment on my blog – I noticed it was in my spam folder just as I clicked to delete all the spam, and now it’s gone – ugh. Anyway, happy Halloween – have a great holiday!

  6. Such a cute little duck he is! And what a great round-up of recipes. Guess I’ll have to give a few a try next year? Though the pumpkin ones can be used in the months ahead! 🙂

    1. Liz: I know the pumpkin recipes will be used until at least the end of December I am sure. The other nice thing is we can refer to this again next year 🙂

      Nigella: Just caught news about your “Not Quite Nigella” book. So excited for you and can’t wait to have a copy all to myself!

      Dara: You are so very welcome. You have so many great recipes it was a tough choice as to which to pick.

  7. Aww the kids look super adorable! Those are some fantastic costumes.

    I love this round-up Marla! It’s basically like a haven full of things I want to eat. Now. Thanks so much for including my pot pie!