Free Hot Samples: More Halloween 2011 Freebies

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The big day is Monday or maybe some of you are celebrating this weekend. There are a few great Halloween recipes you can make for your get together. Just download the e-cookbooks to make Yummy Mummy Dogs, Bloody Witch’s Fingers. The kids would have a great time making some crazy faced sugar cookies and it’s not a party without Spiderlicious Punch!

There is even a e-cookbook with 18 pumpkins recipes. I know this one is more Thanksgiving than Halloween, but I love everything pumpkin! On the list is a freebie event from Bass Pro Shops that wasn’t on my previous Halloween freebie list. It looks like a great event for little ones.

Have a happy and safe Halloween. Free e-Cookbooks are offered by Recipe Lion and Mr. Food–enter your email to access them.

Spooky Eats and Party Treats: 34 recipes including:  Bloody Witch’s Fingers, Ghoulish Glazed Meatballs, Spiderlicious Punch, Yummy Mummy Dogs and more.

Unforgettable Halloween Party Recipes: 23 recipes including: Eternally Doomed Dirt Cake, Homemade Candy Corn, Crazy Faced Sugar Cookies, White Chocolate Broomsticks and more.

18 Perfect Pumpkin Recipes: Get some great pies, bread and soup recipes.

23 Spooky Halloween Recipes: You can make some Poisoned Apple Wine, Granola Bugs, Eyeball Sub and more.

291 Halloween Recipes – A Monstrous Menu: Includes appetizers, party drinks, Halloween candies and more.

Spooktacular Halloween Recipes: Includes Spooky Sippers, Pumpkin Cheese Balls, Spider Web Cake and more.

One last Halloween Freebie: Free Halloween Events at Bass Pro Shops. Events take place from 10/21 – 10/31. Free Crafts, 4×6 photo, costume parade and more. Follow the link for dates and times.

Jackie lives in Seattle, her blog is Free Hot Samples. Where there are hundreds of freebies and deals up for grabs!

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  1. ChuckG

    3 years ago

    Pumpkin cheese sounds interesting!

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