Spider Cookies, Pimple Cupcakes and Candy Galore: What the Stars Ate on Halloween
Three’s Company’s Mrs. Roper, uh, Dratch got her late-night fuel from RHONYC’s Ramona Singer’s pinot grigio while stopping by Watch What Happens Live.
The comedian’s candy supply consisted of two lonely Tootsie Rolls or "piñata filler” as he refers to them as.
There were no carrots in sight, but the actress still enjoyed “snacks on snacks on snacks” at her Halloween party while dressed up as a “#snowBunny.”
"I'm not sure who I am for Halloween but I'm having a damn good time,” wrote the robe-wearing country singer while holding what we bet was a hefty cocktail.
The reality star’s “Dead Dinner” featured plenty of creepy desserts like skull candy apples and spider cookies. But perhaps the most grotesque treats were the pimple cupcakes, which actually oozed custard and jelly. Grossss.
It’s not Halloween without a little boos. At her star-studded bash over the weekend, the actress served a bloody white cosmo made with 1½ parts Absolut Elyx vodka, 1 part white cranberry juice, ¾ part blood orange liqueur and ½ part freshly squeezed lemon juice.
You know the reality star's love for candy corn is strong when she's prepared to eat them and wear them with these adorable Arthur George socks.
The singer's vampire doughnuts look like they're about to take a big ol' bite out of someone's neck ... if they don't get eaten first.
In her best Harley Quinn costume, the actress munched on an ice cream sandwich from the gourmet dessert shop Coolhaus. Hey, even supervillians need a snack break.
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The Foodstirs founder turned chocolate cupcakes into adorable mummies with a little vanilla frosting and upturned chocolate chips.
“Maybe this is #tmi — but couldn't resist,” the New Kids on the Block singer wrote before showing off the Pop Rocks he stuffed into his mouth. “Don't eat too much candy y'all!!”
The first “corpse” at the Hocus Pocus star’s annual Halloween Bash at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City included a microgreens salad with pumpkin seeds, goat cheese and pecans served inside a carved pumpkin.
“Made these mummy cake pops for Birdie's school carnival,” wrote the mom of two on her crafty creations. “They aren't exactly how I imagined them but I've never made cake pops before so not bad, I guess?”
The Office star got some help decorating spider cookies from her fiancé, Joshua Snyder. “I love it when my fella bakes!” she wrote.