A Coastal Halloween treat

Have you checked out CoastalLiving.com yet? Being part of the Lowcountry is a way of life and this website certainly shows off the beauty and style of where we live, work and play. I thought I would show off some of their new Halloween entertaining ideas and recipes.

Spiced Butternut Squash-and-Pear Soup Shooters

Cordial glasses give this festive fall soup a party appearance—especially when topped with toasted pumpkin seeds.

Recipe: Spiced Butternut Squash-and-Pear Soup Shooters

Photo: Jonny Valiant , Producer: Julia Rutland, Prop Stylist: Linda Hirst

Cheddar-and-Black Sesame Cheese Straws

Hot chili sauce adds a little punch to this holiday favorite and dark sesame seeds along with cheddar cheese create the festive orange and black.

Recipe: Cheddar-and-Black Sesame Cheese Straws

Photo: Jonny Valiant , Producer: Julia Rutland, Prop Stylist: Linda Hirst

Cocoa-Cinnamon Bat Cookies

Adults and kids alike will find these bat-shaped cookies frighteningly good. You can find Halloween bat cookie cutters ($4) available at annclark.com.

Recipe: Cocoa-Cinnamon Bat Cookies

Photo: Jonny Valiant , Producer: Julia Rutland, Prop Stylist: Linda Hirst

Pumpkin Mini Muffins

Freeze unfrosted muffins in an airtight container up to three months. Thaw, and then frost as desired.

Recipe: Pumpkin Mini Muffins  

Photo: Jonny Valiant , Producer: Julia Rutland, Prop Stylist: Linda Hirst

This is only a sampling of the delicious treats they have over at Coastal Living.  Be sure to check out their decorating and lifestyle sections as well.

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