Halloween Cooking

Another favorite is pumpkin pullapart bread. We have made this super easy recipe before and it never fails to please. Using simple canned biscuits you can whip these up in a flash and have a taste of fall anytime.


Unfortunately you cannot live on deserts alone, even at Halloween. For some fun and spooky meals we made skull calzones. They don’t turn out perfect but they are pretty fun for our movie nights. Kearnan still doesn’t really enjoy horror movies, though we do get him to watch Trick R Treat (not for children). He does enjoy Van Helsing and the Goosebumps series.

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