How to Make Pumpkin Mousse

Today is National Pumpkin Day and what better way to celebrate than making a delicious Pumpkin dessert. Many people are not aware that National Pumpkin Day is celebrated annually on the 26th of October. Both decorative and healthy, pumpkins are a fruit that is a great source of fiber and beta-carotene! That’s not a typo,… Read More >

What to do with Leftover Halloween Candy

After Halloween, we find ourselves literally buried in candy – even if you don’t have kids who trick or treat, you likely have a bunch of extra candy that you didn’t give away at your house. Here are some fun ideas on how to use up all that leftover Halloween candy from turning it into… Read More >

The Story Behind The Day of The Dead

It may sound gloomy, but make no mistake that the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, is in no way somber. In fact, it’s more festive than you may think. Unlike Christian traditions in which the dead are remembered. The Day of the Dead stems from way back to the indigenous people of Mexico welcoming… Read More >

Halloween Costumes Ready In No Time

What scares us more than ghouls, goblins, and ghosts? Awful Halloween costumes. I mean, sure, we all are pressed for time, but it is still possible to whip up something great for trick-or-treating. So, spare your kids the black trash bag witch ensemble and enjoy your white sheets without the custom eye holes. Fabulous Halloween… Read More >

10 Things to Do With All Those Apples – Apple Recipes

Did you recently go apple picking and now don’t know what to do with all those apples? Sure it’s great to eat an apple as a snack on its own (or maybe dunked in salted caramel sauce), but you are probably in need of some apple recipes so they do not go to waste. I… Read More >

Trick or Treat Tidbits: Fun Facts About Halloween Candy

I’ll admit it. If there is a bowl of Halloween candy laying around the office I can’t control myself! That’s why I always leave the bags I buy for trick-or-treaters unopened until the first ghost, princess, or pirate shows up on my doorstep! It’s just too tempting to have all that candy lying around. By… Read More >

The History of Halloween in the United States

Every October 31st, people all over the United States celebrate Halloween. Children and adults dress in costumes and attend parties, visit haunted houses, and eat Halloween candy. Most kids spend the night “trick-or-treating,” going door-to-door to collect sweets from their neighbors. Although we consider Halloween to be a night of fun, it wasn’t always perceived… Read More >

7 Fun Halloween Party Food Ideas

Halloween is coming. Whether you need to bring snacks to your kid’s school Halloween party or if you’re hosting one at your house, you may need a little inspiration. Here are some fun and easy Halloween party food ideas to try out this year!