Chipotle: Halloween Deals

On October 31st, head to Chipotle dressed in your Halloween costume and add something unnecessary to it between 5PM-close to score a $3 burrito, bowl, salad, or set of tacos! No coupon needed. You’ll need to add something unnecessary to your costume that doesn’t fit (like a super nurse with a sword or pirate hat). Head to their website for more information.



Free Krispy Kreme Halloween Donuts

On Saturday, October 31st, go to a participating Krispy Kreme shop where they are offering one FREE doughnut of your choice when you wear your costume in store. Head over here for more information. 


Tide Jack o Lanterns

Take a Tide Pods container, remove sticker, add on a jack o lantern face with black construction paper. Tie ribbon or string and you are done! So cute!

Boo Bark


Boo Bark

16 oz chocolate candy coating
6 oz vanilla candy coating
Black sugar pearls
Candy and sprinkles in your favorite Halloween colors

You’ll also need:
9-in. by 13-in. pan
Parchment paper

1. Line baking sheet with parchment paper allowing about an inch to extend above the rim on two sides for lifting.
2. Microwave candy coating in a heatproof bowl on medium. Heat in 30 second intervals, stirring in between until melted and smooth. Next melt vanilla candy coating in a separate bowl.
3. Pour chocolate coating into baking sheet. Working quickly, spread into an even layer. Then, carefully spoon about 10 small circles of vanilla candy coating on top of the melted chocolate.
4. Quickly use a toothpick to coerce the candy coating and define the floating ghosts by drawing a circle shape that comes to a curved pointed end. Keep the toothpick to the surface of the white coating. If you insert it too far in, it will start to mix with the chocolate coating. Place sugar pearls or confetti sprinkles in position for eyes and mouths.
5. Then top with various colorful sprinkles and candies around the ghosts.
6. Let set completely before cutting into pieces.

Note: If the chocolate starts to set before you have finished decorating, just pop it in a warmed oven for a minute or so to reheat the surface and allow the sprinkles to stick.

Source: Bakerella


Halloween Printable Gift Tags

Go here to print off these adorable Halloween tags from Bakerella!

Spider Pinata

Find out how to make this adorable spider pinata here. Such a fun idea!



DIY Donut Pumpkins

So cute, love this idea! Besides the traditional pumpkin carving, I love trying new ways of decorating pumpkins.
One year we glittered pumpkins and I think this year I am going to try this idea!



Homemade Pumpkin Oreos

Here is a delicious homemade pumpkin Oreo recipe- from This Silly Girl's Life.