Halloween Party Time

Celebrate Halloween with a party to thrill kids and adults! According to the National Retail Federation, Halloween has become nearly a seven billion dollar industry and is the second largest retail holiday in the U.S. Since October 31st will be here before we know it, we need to get ready to celebrate.
Nancy Siler, host of PBS’s bake decorate celebrate says, Scare up some fun with various Halloween goodies. Tombstone and monster-shaped sandwich cookies paired with ghostly graveyard cookies set an eerie scene. Add fang-tastic monster-faced popcorn balls, and a parade of monster pretzels – a breeze to make using a Halloween candy kit. Pour melted candy into monster molds, insert pretzel rods and refrigerate until set. They are perfect hand-held treats for kids and look great on display!
She added, I love a skeleton cake as a centerpiece. Bake it in a skeleton in casket 3d pan, then simply decorate with icing and watch the skeleton come back from the grave.
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