"8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes" Free eCookbook
By: Danielle Zimmerman, editor for TheBestDessertRecipes.com
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When faced with the age-old conundrum, "trick or treat," it's almost impossible not to choose "treat." Halloween candy and festive treats are a large part of what make the holiday so much fun. Honestly, nothing says "Happy Halloween" better than a wide variety of wonderful Halloween dessert recipes. This new eCookbook, entitled 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes, has so many colorful and delicious desserts in its pages that you'll have trouble deciding which recipe to make first. From desserts that you can whip up in the blink of an eye to incredibly festive cookies, Halloween fans of all ages will find a dessert that is sure to tickle their fancy and their taste buds.
Looking through this free eCookbook will be like love at first sight. If the vibrant cover doesn't grab your attention, the eCookbook's first chapter definitely will. Three very different (but equally appealing) Halloween cookie recipes make up the first section of the book. They're all pretty simple and straightforward to make, even though they do look incredibly festive. A whole chapter on Halloween cake recipes directly follows the cookie chapter, giving you quite a few satisfying dessert options. Finally, rounding out 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes, you'll find a chapter devoted to simple Halloween treats that you can whip up in a jiffy. You don't even have to turn on your oven to make them! Make sure to download your free copy of 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes today to check out all of these frighteningly delicious desserts!
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8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes
Table of Contents
When it comes to celebrating holidays and special events, you can never go wrong with a batch of homemade cookies. In fact, for certain holidays, cookies are the best kind of treat with which to celebrate! Chapter one of 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes has three Halloween cookie recipes that you're sure to love. Not only do each of these cookie recipes reflect some of the best Halloween colors and themes, they're also all as delicious as can be. The Spooky Witches Stew Cookies (p. 6) are quite a sight. They may look scary, but they'll definitely make your mouth water. Mini Sugared Candy Corn Cookies, the second cookie recipe in this chapter, look just like the candies! These little shortbread cookies are fun for snacking and sharing with friends. Lastly, the Spooky Swirly Halloween Cookies (pictured above) on page 8 of this eCookbook, for example, are definite crowd-pleasers. The combination of the swirled, colored dough and the fun Halloween sprinkles make these cookies irresistible to anyone that sets their eyes on them. You can check out these three colorful Halloween cookie recipes by downloading your free copy of 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes.
Cake is one of the most popular desserts among the general public. You could really never go wrong by making or serving a delicious cake recipe for dessert. While Halloween's main focus may be candy, that doesn't mean you shouldn't make a cake to celebrate the holiday. In fact, the first cake in chapter two of our eCookbook, entitled "Halloween Cake Recipes," is a sweet and creamy Chocolate Candy Bar Cheesecake (p. 9). If you have leftover Halloween candy or you just went a bit overboard at the store when buying candy bars for trick or treaters, use them to make this tasty cheesecake. After turning the page, you'll encounter the Bewitching Halloween Bundt Cake (p. 10), which is the perfect dessert for family parties or small crowds. The cake itself is as colorful as can be, especially if you decide to add a glaze and some sprinkles on top. On page 11, the last page of this chapter on cake, you'll find a recipe for how to conjure up a batch of Frighteningly Delightful Slime-Filled Cupcakes (pictured above). These cupcakes are literally just oozing with flavor. Make sure to buy fun Halloween-themed sprinkles to make each cupcake look like a mad scientist's experiment. Kids will especially love these treats, so don't hesitate to make a batch for your child's class. To find out how to make these creepy cakes (as well as the other two cakes in this chapter), be sure to download your free copy of 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes and turn to page 11!
The third and final chapter of 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes is devoted to two no-bake desserts that truly embody the Halloween spirit. 3-Ingredient Butterfinger Bars (p. 12), the first recipe in the chapter, are homemade versions of a Halloween candy bar favorite. Who doesn't love seeing Butterfinger bars in their candy bag? Now you can make them in the comfort of your own home with this incredibly easy recipe. After making them just once, you'll wonder why you never thought of making them before. It's quite a coincidence that the finaly recipe in the entire eCookbook falls on the lucky (or unlucky) page number 13. Whether or not you believe in the superstition surrounding the number 13 doesn't matter when it comes to making a batch (or two) of Easy Pumpkin Pretzels (pictured above). After just one bite, you'll think that you're the luckiest person in the world. Salty pretzels are coated in sweet chocolate and made to look like pumpkins. In fact, once they harden, the shape of the pretzels make the treats look like Jack-o'-lanterns! You can take a peek at these two easy Halloween treats and sweets by downloading your free copy of 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes.
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This sneak peek of what this new eCookbook has in store for you has hopefully convinced you to download it free today. If any or all of these recipes appeal to you, click on one of the eCookbook icons anywhere on this page to download your free copy of 8 Spooktacular Halloween Dessert Recipes. You won't regret downloading this free eCookbook and printing its delicious recipes! Once you get your copy, you can either keep it on your computer or eReader, or print it out and keep it in your kitchen. No matter how you use your eCookbook, once you've tried even one of the recipes, you'll be glad you downloaded it.
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