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Not scary
Vol. 13 No. 10

Big brother better be careful or little sister will eat all the Salty Bronc Snack Mix made with one of Cowboy BBQ seasonings.

Lanzo, "Assistant Pickle Maker" at Wild West Ferments, doesn’t need a Halloween costume, because he’s fully prepared for his role in the company.

This recipe takes a traditional Halloween "treat" to a whole 'nother the level. B.toffee's B.toffee Popcorn Balls.

One of the flavors of Giddy Up Nuts is Pumpkin Spice. Your afternoon just got better with this snack and a cup of good coffee.

Here's a quick, easy, and delicious home-made treat: Zoie’s Harvest Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies made with AtheenOats.

Now, this is scary -- but tasty. Zombie Hand Meatloaf, made with Hog Heaven Fennel Pollen Spice, one of the fennel spice blends from Pollen Ranch.

An inferno doesn't have to be scary when it's Pork, Plums and Lemons with Sweet Inferno. Thick pork chops combine with the fruit and Sweet Inferno seasoning from Rockin' Rubs.

Blood Orange Cooler -- how appropriate for Halloween. (No blood actually involved.) Make it with Lori's Original Lemonade's Lavender Lemonade.

Amuse your friends with this cocktail inspired by everybody's favorite Sesame Street character and made with Proper's Pickle Michelada Jumble: Bloody Mary Elmo Doppelgänger.

The Wild Child sparkling rooibos tea from Tea Crush isn't scary at all. South African red rooibos tea paired with turmeric, black pepper and yummy pear juice, it tastes wonderful and has anti-inflammatory benefits.

Don't be afraid. It doesn't bite. Well, maybe a little...Spicy NickelDime Syrups Caged Heat Cocktail Syrup in The Hottest Toddy will jazz things up for sure.

Parents have to plan for Halloween trick-or-treating. How to keep from running out of energy and enthusiasm before the kids run out of houses to visit? A super hip flask of exceptional cold brew coffee from Jittery John's.

Dramatic is good on Halloween, especially when you can evoke a witch's cauldron. Sonoma Syrup Co. sent us their recipe for the Witch’s Brew Cocktail, which certainly ticks the box for drama.

Take good care of your guests who would like a non-alcoholic beverage with Vignette Berry Punch. Also have some more Vignette Wine Country Soda Chardonnay on hand.

These kids don't let Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake scare them -- they're totally into it! Their father is the founder of San Francisco Cheesequake, so they can have all the Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake they want -- and they clearly love it!

Tasty treats for Halloween are authentic, traditional Belgian-style Speculoos Cookies made by Little Belgians. I don't know how people in Belgium feel about these Halloween decorations, but they love these cookies.

Lark Ellen Farm uses their Pumpkin Fig Grain-Free Bites to make Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites . Just try not to eat all the bites before you make this treat!

Some kids have all the luck. They get to choose a pumpkin to carve, plus they get to take a box of Laceys Cookies from Desserts on Us with them to keep their strength up. Caleb loves Laceys.

These cookies from Bovine Bakery might be a little bit scary, if they weren't so cute, and you can even eat them. (In fact, it's encouraged.)

It's hard to believe that these delectable, organic little meringues from Alice's Sweet Tooth are only 4 calories each! And such true flavors! Chocolate Chip, Raspberry, and Mango are shown. Other flavors: Vanilla Bean, Cocoa, and Blueberry.

So convenient and so yummy, Mamie's Pies' Pumpkin Pocket Pies go from the freezer to the oven to your hand to your appreciative mouth. Can be baked up in advance if you want to wow the neighbors by giving them out on Halloween.


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