All the tricks and treats GMA has collected to make your Halloween the best one yet!
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Thinking outside of the box for Halloween costumes is a fun way to get creative and save money. JEN Z, musical artist & YouTube Creator, who is known for her DIY creations helped "Good Morning America" pull together everything you would need to DIY 5 different costumes for Halloween.
YouTubers Cristine Rotenburg and Denise Heavner show GMA how to create their nail designs at home!
Mummy Wrapped Brie: This recipe was incredibly easy and tasty. I highly suggest trying this as an appetizer or snack for a Halloween party. This is more of an adult-friendly food than kid-friendly. It only requires 5 ingredients! The dough, brie and raspberry jam combo is rather delicious. Happy Halloween!
I loved the simplicity and decadence of this recipe. I used Betty Crocker Dark Chocolate Brownie Mix to make the Spiderweb Halloween Brownies and it was as easy as ever. I used Pillsbury Vanilla Creamy Supreme Frosting for my version. This is a very kid-friendly recipe and is also incredibly easy. I'd highly suggest making this for any Halloween occasion as you can whip it up in less than an hour! No tricks in this recipe - just the treat!
This Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treat is a perfect Halloween treat that you can make with the whole family. It takes less than 10 minutes and is an easy, kid-friendly no-bake recipe.
Colorado-based makeup artist Baylee Madison knew exactly how to put her skills to work in creating a glammed-up version of the classic creepy 1988 film character.
Feast your eyes on this delicious, edible pumpkin-shaped snack-o'-lantern board and recreate it at home with your favorite orange ingredients to graze on for Halloween.
This Halloween Cheesecake Bars recipe was so creamy and delicious. It's the perfect Halloween dessert. If you recreate it I'd suggest using all bright colors and not using black food dye to tint any of the batter. You have to wait for the cheesecake to chill in the refigerator for a few hours but it's worth the wait!
Zombie Guts Cinnamon Rolls: Now this is one fleshtastic recipe that is sure to be a talker! I took inspiration from a fellow Pinners recipe in order to make a modified Zombie Guts Cinnamon Rolls recipe. I wanted to see if this recipe could be recreated with refrigerated Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls dough, half and half, and red food dye. It's really simple but oh-so-fun! This Halloween treat is fun and delicious for the whole family.
Halloween will need to be done differently this year in order to keep people safe amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to new guidelines by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In lieu of those classic Halloween activities, the CDC recommends people try what they describe as "lower risk activities" to celebrate the holiday this year amid the global pandemic.
This two-ingredient recipe is perfect for any Halloween get-together. It's so easy to make and you can make quesadillas in all shapes and sizes. I took some liberties from this recipe and used cookie cutters to make gravestone and skull-shaped quesadillas in addition to the jack-o-lantern ones. This is definitely a fun one for the whole family for Halloween.
Now taco-bout a Pinterest winner! I love me some taco dip at any get together and having another no-bake recipe in the Halloween party mix just feels like an extra win. I used a layer of refried beans, guacamole, sour cream, cheese and topped with salsa, green onions and olives. It's great for any Halloween get-together or party and you can make it the day before if needed.
I used Pillsbury Grands! Homestyle Buttermilk Biscuits dough to make these Halloween ghost donuts and they turned out delicious. Very kid-friendly and perfect for a Halloween party.
Temptu makeup artist Frederick Sanders shows us how to perfect Harley Quinn’s killer look from “Birds of Prey”
“You’ve never heard of the Millennium Falcon? It’s the ship that made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs.”
Dave Muse used seven video projectors to create ghosts, skeletons and more on his Michigan home.
Andrea Hamburg came up with this brilliant idea after a trip to the arcade with her twin girls.
The Advocate Children's Hospital in Oak Lawn, Ill., is throwing a Halloween costume contest in their neonatal intensive care unit.
A Texas mother dressed her seven-month-old in a different costume every day for the month of October, and we can’t handle the cuteness.