-Wow them with Martha's fabulous creepcakes
-These witch cupcakes will cast a spell on your younger guests.
-Black cat's paw cookies are the cat's meow....sorry I had to do that.
-Have Halloween in 3-D with cookies that interlock to make freestanding treats, courtesy of Fancy Flours.
-Set out cookies, colored frosting and candies and let kids create their own Creepy Crawlers.
-Good and bad for you, these monster mouths will get eaten in no time! We are so doing these at our Mad Scientist Party.
These festive S'mores are less hassle than the campfire variety and just as delicious.
-Made from a graham cracker, this Frankenstein mask is easy to duplicate
-Impress your guests with Williams-Sonoma's assortment of miniature skulls that arrive in a coffin-shaped box, or a delightfully tasty place setting with their personalized bat cookies.
-How yummy! Big chunks of ooey gooey handmade chocolate chip fudge with marshmallows get the "stick treatment" before being dipped in Belgian chocolate and decorated by hand.
-Who'd ever guess that this otherworldly creation is actually moist yellow cake layered with mocha mousse, and wrapped in black-and purple-tinted white chocolate? Both the dipped marshmallows and cake are from Dean & Deluca.
And while we are talking about Halloween ideas, I'll be sharing a few sneak peeks into our Mad Scientist's Lab party for your own inspiration. I made the larger Frankenbag from a brown paper bag and paper, as an example for my Fall Events class. The smaller green bags are just googly eyes and paper. We'll be using these at the party, the larger bag is way too labor intensive. I only have 27 more to make! Next week, adult treats galore!