Halloween Treats!

Caramel Apples: 9 large apples, such as Fuji or Crispin (or 10 to 12 medium) 1 cup (250 mL) granulated sugar 1 cup (250 mL) packed brown sugar 3/4 cup (175 mL) unsalted butter 1 can (300 mL) sweetened condensed...

Hungry for Halloween

These spooky snacks are terrifyingly good. Taste at your own risk! The-Bloodier-the-Better Caesar This bloody bevvie will cost you a pound of flesh—er, bacon—but one salty, sanguine sip and you'll be thirsty for more. Devilled Giant Spider Eggs Kary Osmond...

Steven’s DIY Pumpkins

Steven made some really cool pumpkins for Halloween, and here's how to do your own! A. Cookie Cutter Pumpkin SUPPLIES: White Pumpkin Orange Pumpkin Watermelon slice Cookie cutters Mallet Knife Scoop/spoon Cutting board Bowl for guts This is a really...

Last-Minute Halloween Costumes

Maybe you haven't got an idea for your little ghost or goblin, or maybe your child doesn't want to be what they thought they did tonight. Well, we've got a solution for you - costumes that you can make from...

DIY At-Home Kids’ Costumes

Fashion Producer Tara Williams came on the show to tell us how to create memorable Halloween Kid's Costumes without breaking the bank, by using items you can find around the house.What little girl doesn't want to be a princess everyday?...

Crafty Kids’ Costumes

Halloween can be fun, exciting and, of course, very scary—especially for parents faced with a child's last-minute costume change of heart. That's why we enlisted fashion producer Tara Williams to come up with some quick and easy, DIY costumes to...

Monstrous Makeup

Sandy Gold shows you how to create three spook-tacular looks for Halloween—each in less than 10 minutes—using products you already have in your makeup bag! 1. Fairy Princess Fairy makeup is all about using your imagination to create a fantasy,...

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