4-Ingredient Mini Apple Pies

Everything is better in bite-sized portions, even pie. We think these miniature versions would be perfect for breakfast—they do have fruit in them!—or as a sweet treat post-Thanksgiving dinner. If you’re feeling adventurous, swap out apples for pears or even add a bit of pumpkin puree for an even more in-season treat.

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No-Bake Kit Kat Bark

Bye-bye, boring candy—hello, homemade treats! Candy bark is the perfect way to use leftover treats or to create your own one-of-a-kind surprise for your kids and friends. The best part? No oven required! Click through to learn how to make your own Halloween bark.

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Apple Dippers That Beat a Caramel Apple Any Day

Now you can have your apples and eat them, too. For a fun, kid-friendly activity, make these easy-to-eat apple dippers at your Halloween party. Simply dip your favorite apples into chocolate, peanut butter, and your other favorite toppings for an easy twist on a classic fall treat.

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3 Spooky Spirits for Halloween

Our pal Prairie Rose, the spirits genius behind Bit By a Fox, created these three original cocktails just in time for Halloween. Not a fan of All Hallows’ Eve? These will quench your thirst all fall long. After the jump, learn how to create this spiced margarita and two other aperitifs.

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Good Morning, Pumpkin!

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Everybody loves Pumpkin season!

Crisp air. Yellow and orange fallen leaves. Soft knit scarves. Pumpkin!  Between pumpkin lattes and pumpkin pie, the fall season has become synonymous with that gorgeous round squash. Armed with a fat, orange pumpkin or a big can of Libby’s, you can add pumpkin flare to almost anything.

Pumpkins are so versatile, you could break down pumpkin-y delights by category when looking for inspiration: there’s everything from soup, pasta, breads and muffins, dessert (including pie, of course), beer—even pumpkin dog treats.

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