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Betty Crocker Halloween Cookbook Paperback – Aug 28 2012
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From the Back Cover
A Spooktacular and Delicious Collection of Halloween Recipes
When it comes to fun food, nothing beats Halloween. From scary treats like Boneyard Dirt Pops to frightening main dishes like Spiderweb Black Bean Burgers to bewitching beverages like Chilling Jack-o'-Lantern Smoothies, this must-have collection of Halloween recipes will keep kids and adults well fed and fully entertained too! So if you're looking for fun in the kitchen this Halloween season, fear not. Betty Crocker Halloween Cookbook is the terrifyingly tasty time you've been waiting for.
Look inside for:
- Almost 100 recipes accompanied by scary full-color photographs
- Bonus features on setting up a Halloween buffet, easy ways to reuse Halloween candy and recipes for giving ghoulish gifts
- Helpful cooking tips and techniques throughout, along with full nutrition information for every recipe
About the Author
With more than 63 million cookbooks sold since 1950, Betty Crocker is the name readers trust for reliable recipes and great ideas. For over 75 years, Betty Crocker has provided advice to millions of Americans through cookbooks, magazines and television.
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I just bought this book. I reviewed it, page by page, and counted 40 Treat "recipes" that use pre-made dough or cake mixes. There are only ten treat recipes for items made from scratch, but they do use pre-made frostings, candies, etc. The remaining recipes use store-bought cookies, ice cream, and cakes. The drink and food recipes also call for store bought ingredients. For instance, the "Spiderweb Pot Pies" first two ingredients are Pillsbury Crescent refrigerated dough sheet and a 2 pound rotisserie chicken. If you need a recipe for Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches, this book has it. You simply cut the sandwiches out like coffins and put "RIP" on the top with jelly.
I would really call this an "Idea Book." The photos are colorful, instructions are clear and easy to follow. I will keep my book because I do collect books with party ideas and these can be used for other holidays.