Rather than limiting sweets and feeling guilty about how much children are eating, here is what we should be doing.
Looking for Halloween recipes? You’ve come to the right place. These delicious Halloween Marshmallow Pops look incredibly spooky!
Throwing a spooktacular party and need a centrepiece? There’s nothing more terrifying than a Frankenstein Monster Head cake!
If you’re looking for spooky but sweet things to serve up at your Halloween party, look no further. Check out our top ten ghoulish Halloween recipes for kids.
These mini Halloween cupcakes by Cookie & Cups are such a fun and naughty Halloween recipe to make with your little ones.
Get ready for Halloween with this faboo-lous round-up of accessories and decorations. There’s something for every ghoul, ghost, and goblin!
Creepy costumes, fearsome face paints and a whole host of awesome accessories!
We’ve found everything from spine-chilling skull Tee’s to hair-raising headpieces and spooky socks. You’ll find something perfectly ghoulish in this round-up!
A collection of the best Halloween costumes for kids. Shop the most spookiest fancy dress outfits for children in this round-up for All Hallows’ Eve.
We’ve pulled together a list of UK locations where you and your little ones can pick-your-own pumpkin. Don’t forget to book tickets in advance!
A Halloween party wouldn’t be complete without a batch of ghoulish cupcakes. We love this delicious Halloween monster cupcake recipe from Dr Oetker.
Halloween seems to be getting bigger every year and I have to say that the costumes I love most have to be the cute little baby ones. I’ve pulled together my favourite ten.
Celebrate the spookiest day of the year with Natasha Corrett’s secretly healthy Halloween recipes.
Gingerbread men are coming to haunt you! Makes 12 Preparation: 20 minutes, plus decorating Cooking: 12-15 minutes Ingredients: 1 large egg 350g plain flour More
Spooky Halloween science recipes from The Kitchen Science Cookbook by Dr Michelle Dickinson.
Have some skele-fun this Halloween and turn hugs and kisses into bugs and hisses and with a collection of the best Halloween children’s books, as recommended by the UK’s largest children’s reading charity BookTrust.
A delicious gothic black velvet Halloween cake recipe from Dr Oetker, perfect for a spooktacular centrepiece this Halloween.
Looking for gory games, creepy creations and eerie extras to throw the ultimate Halloween party? Read on!
This Halloween melting hand activity is easy for children to help setup and keeps their attention for a long time. We’ve done many similar More
A delicious toffee apple cupcake recipe, perfect for Halloween from Peggy Porschen.
Try gorgeously gruesome sticky ginger cakes with popcorn topping – squirming with icing maggots! Makes 12 Preparation time: 20 minutes Cooking time: 25 minutes More
What you will need: paper plates, black paper, paint, scissors
Sweet and spooky treats to make this Halloween by Waitrose.
I love carving and decorating pumpkins, but I prefer the non-carve approach because it means younger children can get involved with very little help, More
Throwing parties can be a frightmare at the best of times, but fear not, follow our double, double, toil and trouble-free approach to Halloween More
Have a go at making these ghastly ghosts and skeleton biscuits for your Halloween party this year.
Hope half term is heaven and you are somewhere with no rain – London is horrid today! You may be bombarded with Halloween recipes but More
These yummy savoury muffins are the perfect bite for Halloween! Makes 10 Preparation time: 20 minutes Cooking time: 25 minutes Ingredients: 300g prepared pumpkin More
We had to share these spooooooooooky halloween spider bites, by the amazing Bakerella.
Black Cat Caramel Apples, Halloween recipe Ingredients: 6 large or up to 12 small caramel
Planning on throwing a Halloween party this year? What is a party without food?! Here are Sharky & George’s favourite party snacks!
Looking to do some spooky baking this halloween? Follow our easy zombie Spice Girls recipe for the ultimate party snack!