Halloween Recipe Cards

Today I am so excited to have my good friend Sarah, guest posting today. She is excellent at making printables. Check out her website, The Hot Mess Kitchen


Trick or treat, smell my feet. Wait….. no, no. This is not a blog post about stinky feet. Instead, I am going to show you some cute Halloween recipe cards to write your recipes on!

That Halloween song mentioned above happens to be a favorite for my two children. They must have gotten it from school because Mom would not get caught singing that song with her current profession as a food & kitchen blogger. “Smell my feet” and “good to eat” are not appetizing statements, nor will they be turned in to terms of negotiations in the kitchen. Sorry kids. There will be no feet smelling in exchange for candy.

Halloween Recipe Cards - 4 pk


Let’s get on with it then. My Pinterest feed has been trending towards all things orange, black and creepy for the past couple of days. I have enjoyed seeing Frankenstein marshmallow pops and bat cookies scroll across as I search for the perfect Halloween treat. So now, what do you do with all of these Halloween recipes? Writing them all down on paper and shoving them in between pages of your regular cookbook is lame. How will you ever find them? What about creating a creepy Halloween recipe binder where all of your recipe cards are held?

printable cards

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I wanted to share these with Melissa’s readers and am excited to see you use them with your family this Halloween. Included to print are the Black Cat, Pumpkin, Spider and Jack O Lantern recipe cards that we are using this Halloween to write our spooky recipes on.

If you are lacking inspiration for your Halloween party, I included an entire roundup of Halloween recipes over at The Hot Mess Kitchen that are sure to add flare and discussion. You can go as detailed as a Corpse Bride cake by Sprinkle Bakes or as simple as Rice Krispie Treat Ghosts from Chocolate Covered Katie.

Here are some of the spooky recipes that the kids and I are looking forward to making this year :


Poisoned Apple Cake Pops found on The Kitchen McCabe

Candy Corn Popcorn

Candy Corn Popcorn found on A Pumpkin & A Princess


Pumpkin Patch Shortbread found over at Sugar Hero

Sarah Eckert About the author: Sarah is the author of TheHotMessKitchen.com. From kitchen adventures to tales from raising two toddlers, Sarah keeps it interesting with stories of mishaps and kitchen tips. Keep in touch and visit often as there is always something exciting happening in The Hot Mess Kitchen! Until the next hot mess…..



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