The Chew: Scary Halloween Recipes + Cinnamon Sugar Apples

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The Chew October 27 2015 Recap

With Halloween just four days away, the co-hosts of The Chew were excited to share their own spook-taculer recipes, including blood orange cocktails and squid pasta with black spaghetti. Plus, Carla Hall made a sweet treat, combining crunchy cinnamon sugar and sweet caramel apples.

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The Chew: Bloody Orange Bourbon Fizz Recipe

The Chew: Scary Halloween Recipes + Cinnamon Sugar Apples

The co-hosts of The Chew each had their own spooky Halloween recipes to share, giving you plenty of options for celebrating the holiday with flavor. (mlewisphotovideo / Flickr)

Michael Symon loves a good bourbon cocktail and he knew just how to make it Halloween-friendly. He used blood orange soda to create this spooky masterpiece.

–> The Chew: Bloody Orange Bourbon Fizz Recipe

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The Chew: Spooky Eye-Ball Sandwiches Recipe

Then, the co-hosts welcomed two women who strongly believed their own meatball recipe was the best. Naturally, that meant they had to hold a cook-off to find out. First, Cathy made her spooky eye-ball sandwiches using her winning recipe.

–> The Chew: Spooky Eye-Ball Sandwiches Recipe

The Chew: Jack-O-Lantern Spaghetti & Meatballs Recipe

Next, in the meatball cook-off, Rita shared her meatball recipe as part of her jack-o-lantern peppers with spaghetti and meatballs. So who went home a winner? Find out!

–> The Chew: Jack-O-Lantern Spaghetti & Meatballs Recipe

The Chew: Spooky Squid Pasta Recipe

Mario Batali was in the kitchen with Ed Westick from Wicked City and together they made some super spooky squid pasta using black spaghetti and calamari.

–> The Chew: Spooky Squid Pasta Recipe

The Chew: Cinnamon Sugar Apples Recipe

Finally, Carla Hall shared a recipe for caramel apples that taste just like pie. These cinnamon sugar apples are a must-have for your Halloween night!

–> The Chew: Cinnamon Sugar Apples Recipe

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