Go beyond store-bought candy this Halloween with something homemade. These sweet treats are festive, a little frightening, and perfect for a Halloween party at home or your kiddo’s school. Make them more personal by packing one in your child’s lunchbox as a spooky surprise or making them as an after-school treat on the day of Halloween. It’s a delicious way to get everyone into the Halloween spirit!
Bat Cupcakes(pictured above)
These cute cupcakes are double the sweet treat. Snack on the bat-shaped sugar cookie, then dig into the vanilla cupcake.
This summer, take your celebration to the streets: Food Network Magazine is looking for the best block parties in America. Share your block-party pics on Instagram with the tag #FNMagBlockParty! (Your account must be public.)
For many Americans, the best part of Thanksgiving dinner isthe leftovers. And even though turkey day is still five months away, the editors at Food Network Magazine want to know what you eat after the big feast. Share your opinions below, and then compare your answers withthe results in an upcoming issue! Read more
Food Network Magazine wants to know about your favorite slice. Vote below on your preferred crust, sauce and cheese type. You’ll even get to estimate how many slices of pizza you could eat in one sitting (if weight gain and health weren’t factors, of course)! See how your opinions stack up in a future issue.
Bagels can be a meal,a snack or an Instagram post (rainbow bagel, anyone?). And the editors at Food Network Magazine want to know how you like yours. Take this poll, then find the results in an upcoming issue.Read more
The milk aisle has more options than ever: dairy milk, coconut milk and every other kind of milk you can imagine. Food Network Magazine wants to know how many milks — and which ones — you have at home. Answer below.
When the sun is out and the grill is fired up, what’s your drink of choice? We’re just now nearing the official start of spring, but the editors of Food Network Magazine have their minds on summer. Answer the questions below to share your sipping preferences, then see how your opinions stack up to others’ in an upcoming issue of the magazine.
Do you love your kitchen as much as Ina Garten loves hers? Food Network Magazine is looking for an amazing kitchen to feature in the upcoming readers’ choice issue. The white painted-wood cabinets and Sub-Zero refrigerators (yes, plural) in Ina’s Hamptons abode are spectacular, but Food Network Magazine has a feeling that fans across the states are cooking in some equally awesome kitchens at home.
Think yours has what it takes? Share your best pics on Instagram with the tag #FNMKitchen by March 7! (Your account must be public.)
Food Network Magazine wants to know how America grills. What kind of grill do most people have? Are readers for or against grilled fruit? Which yields better results: dry rub or marinade? Answer the poll questions below, then see how your grilling opinions stack up to others’ in a future issue of the magazine.