Guest Picks: Cooking Up a Witch's Brew
Apothecary jars would make a gorgeous table setting when filled with colorful Halloween candy.
I could use this bowl all year long, but especially for passing out Halloween candy to trick-or-treaters.
I'm excited to use these sweetly spooky appetizer plates for a Halloween meal.
Skull molds (made of silicone) for cupcakes are really fun for a party. Brains made of frosting would be hilarious.
Skull and bones ice cubes would add a ghoulish touch to a punch bowl, maybe with some dry ice for a spookier effect?
Big cookie cutters are actually perfect for making special Halloween sandwiches for your kids' lunches. The leftover sandwich becomes mom or dad's lunch.
I can't wait to get in the kitchen and make these candy-coated cookies with this mold from Wilton. It's easy to use and will be so impressive for Halloween fun.
Gingerdead Men cookie cutters are crazy cute and make decorating a breeze.
Just looking at this cookie jar is getting me into the Halloween spirit. Are freshly baked cookies enough to wake the undead? I know my kids would get a kick out of this zombie head.
Candy apples always make me reminiscent of childhood. I'll need some strong wooden sticks to make my mini candy apples this year.
The skeleton in charge of the kitchen has to dress the part. I am a sucker for anything that glows in the dark!
I've seen quite a few impressive cakes made from this skull mold. The teeth have great detail, and just imagine the faces people would make when you slice into this one.
This very detailed stencil is for the side of your layered Halloween cake, and it makes you look like a pro cake decorator.
I need a good display for my Halloween cake. This Nigella Lawson black cake stand is a perfect fit for the holiday.
This spatula just slays me. It's clever and functional. Muahahaha!
The legs on this plate just take it over the top. I want this on my table.
I don't only cook sweets during Halloween. I could make a beautiful pumpkin lasagna in this cast iron casserole dish.
I could serve some bubbling witch's brew soup in these. I'm thinking something green: spinach or pea? This is real-deal cast iron in 1-pint size.
Black wineglasses add some mystery to your dinner. I know my kids would feel extra chic with these beauties filled up with blood red fruit punch.
I can't imagine that many people are able to buy this piece, but you have to admire this beautiful heart decanter anyway.Next: Halloween Glam: Dress Your Home in Bewitching Style