Halloween Town Movie Night

It is #MovieNightFriday in October and it is also my dad aka Pop Pop’s birthday. Today we are are having a weekend’s worth of fun. We choose Halloween Town for the spirit. It is a classic Disney Movie Channel Movie Franchise and we absolutely love it. Besides menu and crafts you can find below, we talked about the history of Halloween or Samhain. We also talked about the history of monsters. We didn’t do much geographically. Halloween Town was filmed in Oregon, which you can learn about in the video below.


DIY Spider Lantern – Bitz N Giggles

“Ok, everyone, we’re in the final stretch to All Hallow’s Eve. It’s pumpkin carving, candy buying, last-minute costume touch-up time! What’s that? You’re still scrambling about trying to figure out some last minute decoration ideas?” – Sara


Witches Brew Stew – The Magical Slow Cooker

“Make this spooky witches brew stew for a fun fall meal. Made with hot sausage and beef and the veggies are skull mushrooms and pumpkin carrots!” – Sarah

Jack O Lantern Quesadillas – When is dinner?

These fun and festive Jack O Lantern Quesadillas are a cinch to make, and require just 3 basic ingredients to make!” – Karen

Witch Finger Breadsticks Made with Crescent Rolls – Hunny I’m Home

“Halloween is a great excuse to come up with your own spooky recipes. And since there are so many fun ways to transform plain food into festive Halloween treats, the sky’s the limit when it comes to creating amazing recipes for the holiday. This quick and easy recipe turns ordinary crescent rolls into spooky witch finger breadsticks. This quick appetizer recipe is perfect for an easy Halloween party!” – Emily

Easy Halloween Appetizers: Witch Hat Garlic Bread – Hunny I’m Home

“Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday! I love decorating the house and planning costumes for my kids. But one of my favorite things about any holiday is making fun holiday-themed food! That’s why I love these easy Halloween appetizers! This recipe for witch hat garlic bread is adorable, delicious, and simple to make, which means they’re perfect for an easy Halloween party!” – Emily

Mummy Jalapeno Poppers With Bacon – Made in a Pinch

“Combine jalapeno peppers, cream cheese, and bacon to make some finger-lickin’ good jalapeno popper appetizers. But take them to a whole new spooky level by adding crescent rolls and turning them into mummies for delightfully fun (and easy!) mummy jalapeno poppers!” – Heather

Halloween-Themed Charcuterie Board – Abundance of Flavor

“Halloween doesn’t have to be all about the little ones, adults can enjoy it too! If you’re looking for a festive treat that’s filled with a little less candy, look no further. Enjoy a Halloween-themed charcuterie board! While the kids munch on their spooky treats the grownups can sip on wine with a tasty meat and cheese board.” – Kalin

Halloween Witch Hat Cookies Made with Oreos – Hunny I’m Home

“Halloween is such a fun time, which is why it’s one of my family’s favorite holidays! There are so many fun things to do to celebrate, including making cute crafts and creating spooky treats. Whether you’re throwing a Halloween party or just need a fun snack for your kids, this recipe for witch hat cookies is perfect. It’s a no-bake treat made with Oreos and Hershey’s Kisses. What kid wouldn’t love that?” – Emily


“Halloween is almost here and while costumes and candy distribution get top priority, don’t forget to have fun at meal time! I make stuffed peppers every year, and love to carve Jack O’ Lantern faces into each pepper.” – Sue


Halloween Swirl Brownies – Bitz N Giggles

Halloween Swirl Brownies – Rich and fudgy chocolate and cream cheese layered brownies featuring a spooky Halloween green swirl!” – Sara

How to Make the Sweetest Filled Witch’s Hats! – Military Fam of 8

“This is such an amazing treat for anyone, whether you’re having a party or just want some adorable treats for yourself; these are a super easy fix. It’s so easy that little kids can do this craft all by themselves. It’s perfect for a themed party dessert table or activity; or just a fun night in! I hope you enjoy How to Make the Sweetest Filled Witch’s Hats! You will definitely love the convenience of this fun activity!” – Lily

Witches Cauldron Easy Halloween Cake Pops – Made in a Pinch

Cauldron-themed Halloween cake pops are unbelievably easy to make (and decorate!). They will be the hit of the school Halloween party or any festive gathering you use to celebrate the holiday!” – Heather

Graveyard Oreo Halloween Dirt Cups Dessert – Made in a Pinch

Kids love plays on words and objects. This Halloween dirt cups treat is no exception since they’ll thrill on eating a “graveyard”! Make this Halloween dirt pudding treat with chocolate pudding, crushed Oreos, gummy worms, and Milano cookies. Isn’t it adorable?” – Heather

Black Velvet Cupcakes – Amanda Wilens

“Cheers witches and warlocks! I am so excited to be partnering with Greetabl this spooky season. Seriously, Halloween is the best time of year and I’m always so bummed by how quickly it goes by. So, this year let’s make the most of it before it disappears!” – Amanda

Peanut Butter Spiders – Plant Based on a Budget

“Creepy spiders for this Halloween season! Make these little things and kids will love to eat them! ” – Toni

Jumbo Pumpkin Sugar Cookie – When is Dinner?

This Jumbo Pumpkin Sugar Cookie is very easy to make, and sure to be a hit at any Halloween Party!” – Karen

HALLOWEEN CAKESICLES – Keep Calm and Eat Ice Cream

“These Halloween cakesicles are a super fun and cute Halloween treat! Perfect for a spooktacular party or as wonderful home made trick or treat candy.” – Sarah


“Yes, it is that time of year again, it is Halloween; enjoy delicious and spooky Halloween cookies for this Halloween season. These home-baked Halloween cookies are scary, and they are perfect for Halloween parties or to give to trick or treaters. Get creative and bake a batch of this homemade Halloween cookies this year; you will have lots of fun baking and decorating these cookies. So, get your sprinkles ready and let’s make some Halloween treats.” – Radwa

perfect pumpkin sugar cookies  – Living Beyond Allergies

“Sugar cookies are always some of my favorite cookies, and in the autumn, a pumpkin sugar cookie is even better! These gluten free pumpkin sugar cookies are soft, chewy, and so easy to roll out. They are perfect for the holiday season be it Halloween or Thanksgiving. You’ll love these lightly spiced cookies all season long! ” – Laura

Mummy Cookies Recipe – Ann’s Entitled Life

“These adorable Mummy Cookies are a spooktacular Halloween treat! Great for Halloween parties, lunch boxes, dessert or an afternoon treat, your entire family will enjoy these tasty cookies! – Ann

Spider Cookies Recipe – Ann’s Entitled Life

“These fun and spooky Spider Cookies are delicious Halloween treats all your little ghosts and goblins will enjoy. Easy to make, these Spider Cookies will be a big hit at your next Halloween party, packed in a school lunchbox, or as an afternoon treat.” – Ann


“This Halloween Jello Brain Recipe for a brain mold makes a creepy gelatin brain that you can take to a Halloween party, or anywhere a jello brain would be appropriate. The Zombie Apocalypse comes to mind… And of course, Halloween! This is an easy and reliable edible brain recipe. – Sandy


“Halloween looks a little different this year, and with many states banning trick or treating, small Halloween parties (socially distanced of course) are going to be a big thing. And what’s better for a Halloween party than candied Halloween popcorn? Nothing. That’s right. Check out the tasty treat you’ll want at your next Halloween party.” – Alyce

Candy Corn Cookies – Budget Delicious

“f you love chocolate, these Candy Corn Cookies are triple chocolate heaven! These easy-to-make cookies are the perfect fall or Halloween treat.” – Bintu

Halloween Puppy Chow – Budget Delicious

“This Halloween Puppy Chow combines colorful Halloween candy with crunchy Chex cereal, chocolate chips, and peanut butter into a festive and flavorful treat the whole family will love! – Bintu

Spooky Halloween brownies – A Mummy Too

“The Halloween brownies are so much fun and super delicious. Extra fudgy chocolate brownies are topped with delicious cream cheese frosting in spooky, vibrant shades and finished with a scattering of candy eyes. Eat them before they eat you! – Emily

Halloween cake pops – A Mummy Too

“These spookily cute Halloween cake pops are so fun and so easy to make! Best of all, there’s no need to bake with this recipe as it all starts with a store bought chocolate cake.” – Emily

Vegan Chocolate Cake With Buttercream Frosting – Little Sunny Kitchen

Vegan chocolate cake decorated with homemade simple candy for Halloween…” – Diana

Halloween Wicked Witch Finger Cookies – Little Sunny Kitchen

Spooky realistic wicked witch finger cookies!” – Diana


With a moist chocolate cake and simple glaze, these mini skull cakes are super spooky for any Halloween celebration.” – Kathryn


Why choose between brownies or cookies?! These Chocolate Brownie Cookies combine your love for rich chocolatey goodness in a chewy cookie. Feel free to change your M&Ms to match whatever holiday you want!” – Kathryn

Spooky Halloween Bundt Cake – Abundance of Flavor

“It’s spooky season! Halloween is upon us with it’s orange and black ghostly decor popping up on every corner. Spooky Halloween Bundt Cake is a SUPER easy treat for all ages that’s as delicious as it is colorful!” – Kalin


“Halloween popcorn balls are the easy festive holiday treat that all ages will love.  This recipe shares two Halloween marshmallow popcorn ball ideas; both a green monster popcorn ball and an orange popcorn ball design. Both are sticky with gooey melted marshmallows and packed with M&M candies and other Halloween candies and sprinkles.  These two colored and decorated popcorn balls are so cute and scary; perfect for your next Halloween party. – Angela


“I’ve been visiting my daughter which means I get to spend time with my favorite little kitchen helper. And it’s October so I really felt something with a Halloween vibe was in order. But nothing too complicated, just everyone’s favorite: Rice Krispie treats! So easy to make, and turned into ghost shapes for Halloween.” – Sue

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