6 All-New Halloween Recipe Ideas

I started typing this post when my 11-year-old son walked upstairs and started telling me about all his best friends. These are the sorts of conversations you don’t want to type through. So, I’m going to just link you up to six of my favorite Halloween recipes created for Babble and Good Cook this month. Then, I’m going to go listen.

Because a mom who doesn’t know who her kids new best friends are is too spooky to even consider. XO.

Nab this recipe for Boo Soup over at Babble.

Make Breadstick bones with Marrow-nara Dipping Sauce.

Make a bowl of Monster Noodles.

Hit up Good Cook for Spider Pops, Pumpkin Soup, and Splatter Cookies. So cute!

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