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Halloween is just around the corner, and we know that you’re going to be looking for inspiration for your holiday-themed blog posts, right? After all, we’ve already established that using seasonal keywords is a simple strategy for increasing SEO while also catering to your audience’s interests.
We’ve gathered together some of our favorite past Halloween posts from some of our favorite bloggers right here for your convenience, and each is a treat to read.
Aren’t these creepy cookies the black cat’s meow? Even better, Christina makes the instructions so easy-to-follow that they won’t scare off reluctant decorators.
Check out Christina’s blog Christina’s Cucina to learn how to decorate these gorgeous Halloween cookies. If you need a little something to steel your nerves and steady your hands, you might want to start with her Vampyre Seabreeze Cocktail.
It’s not uncommon for moms to feel like monsters when they enforce holiday restraint, but let’s face it, Halloween candy can quickly turn from fun to frightening once kids are overloaded with sweets.
This blog post by Crystal Madrilejos at Scratch Mommy is a refreshing reminder that you don’t have to cave to tradition to have a happy Halloween. Crystal provides yummy alternatives to processed sugar for little ones and even bigger kids.
What we love about Heather at Sugar Dish Me is her charming humility. She was concerned that these little bars of sugary joy weren’t gorgeous, but we think they’re totally Pinterest-worthy. And she’s right, utterly delicious.
If you’re looking for a colorful Halloween treat that will have your kids, your neighbors’ kids, your co-workers’ kids – heck – everybody’s kids begging for more, look no further than Heather’s Happy Halloween Sugar Cookie Bars.
We have to agree with Loriel of Naturally Loriel. These really are the cutest little ghosts ever. Even better, they’re all natural. After all, ghosts are scary enough without all the weird, fake ingredients!
Loriel’s blog post has lots of personality, but perhaps most importantly, it’s got lots of helpful information to make Halloween sweets fun and healthy.
Easy and delicious. Could any words be sweeter to a busy home chef? The colorful Halloween Bark from Small Town Woman are the perfect thing for that classroom party that your little one forgot to tell you about five minutes ago.
Or you could whip up these treats if your young goblins returned home from trick-or-treating with a particularly large haul of Snickers, Kit Kats, Twixes, and M&Ms!
Whatever the occasion, your family will wolf this bark down, especially if you sprinkle it over Beth’s creamy pumpkin ice cream!
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