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With this spook-taculicious holiday just around the corner, we’re switching gears from wedding trends to a more general topic: party treats! But not just any spooky party treats, either. In preparation for this year’s All Hallows’ Eve, we’ve selected some of our favorite desserts inspired by dark classics in literature. You’ll have your guests chuckling in no time once they see your clever creations!
Featured Below: T.S. Bazelli
Take a sip! Try a bite! Will you grow to be a giant the size of a cottage, or shrink down enough to fit through a teeny-tiny door in the wall?
Featured Below: The Shabby Creek Cottage
Bring the temptation up a notch – now your guests will surely be scrambling to find out what exactly you’ve concocted for them!
Featured Below: Sprinkle Bakes
Unfortunately we cannot guarantee a carriage ride with the White Witch in addition to servings of these tasty Turkish Delights.
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If you’ve come ready with your own additional (personal) ingredients, step right on up and prepare yourself for an interesting night ahead…
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Cupcakes make for better desserts than apples, period.
Featured Below: Fluster Buster
Have the Weird Sisters inspired you to “Double, double, toil and trouble” in your own cauldron for this night? Try this “Eye of Newt” punch and tell us what you think!
Featured Below: Catch My Party
Quoth the Raven, “Nevermore” as we continue to commemorate the man behind our favorite dark poems and short stories!
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No one knows why the Frankenstein monster is green, but we’re just going to play along!