These 3 Halloween Recipes From Ree Drummond Are Spooky And Easy


October 31st is almost here and that means it’s time for Ree Drummond’s Halloween recipes. Fans of The pioneer woman can whip up some of the celebrity chef’s party dishes that are sure to add a spooky (and delicious) element to any Halloween celebration, whether it’s watching Halloween movies or baking treats. Everything that awaits you for Halloween Drummond’s has the menu covered. Best of all, her Pioneer Woman Halloween recipes are ready in 30 minutes or less.

1. Ree Drummond’s Sweet Corn Popcorn Balls are a quick sweet and savory Halloween treat.

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Looking for an easy Halloween treat to make in minutes? Look no further than these popcorn balls. With just a few ingredients, including kitchen basics, Drummond delivers a sweet and savory treat worthy of any Halloween celebration.

According to Food Network’s recipe instructions, Pioneer Woman’s Sweet Corn Popcorn Balls take 25 minutes to prepare. She starts by making homemade popcorn by combining peanut oil and popcorn kernels in a large pot on the stove. Once the popcorn is ready, Drummond sets it aside before adding sweet corn and peanuts. Then she melts marshmallows and butter and combines it all. Finally, she shapes the popcorn into balls.

For those who want to make the recipe even faster and easier, simply replace the homemade popcorn with store-bought. Follow the rest of the instructions knowing that swapping alone will have cut almost half of the total cooking time. Talk about scary easy.

2. Food Network Star’s Concession Stand Crackers are a fun and easy way to use Halloween candy.

Ree Drummond smiles as she sits in a chair and holds a water bottle
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Confused About What To Do With All That Halloween Candy? Drummond has the answer. Make him concession crackers. They’re a little sweet, a little salty, and loaded with festively colored sprinkles and Halloween candy. Follow the pioneer woman’s recipe exactly, or experiment with toppings using Halloween candy or leftovers.

Ready in 30 minutes – which includes set time – the Food Network star begins by melting the chocolate and hazelnut spread (she suggests Nutella in recipe notes). Next, she dips crackers in the spread before placing them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Then comes the fun part. The Super easy the cookbook author decorates the crackers with Halloween nuggets and candy. Again, feel free to use whatever you have on hand or your favorite Halloween candy. Finally, the crackers rest for about 15 until they are ready to eat. Again, another scary and easy Halloween recipe for the trailblazer woman.

3. “The Pioneer Woman” Host’s Bloody Punch is a delicious and spooky Halloween recipe

Ree Drummond smiles wearing a blue and white top in her home kitchen

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Halloween might be all about the candy, but don’t forget the drinks. Drummond’s Bloody Punch consists of five ingredients and takes just 15 minutes to prepare. Basically, the Pioneer Woman pours it all into a punch bowl. For an extra scary touch, she fills a latex glove with the punch and puts it in the freezer. However, for those who want – or need – the punch in a hurry, just skip this step. The Bloody Punch will always be ready for Halloween without the frozen hand.

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