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Although Clean Plate Charlie is the only food blog you need to read every day, some people just can't get enough. Here are some highlights of other food blogs, this time focusing on some Halloween themed foods.

Want to truly scare yourself this Halloween? It has nothing to do with the decorations, music, or what films you decide to watch. Instead, why not try serving healthy snacks like these from Family Fun to the kids that show up at your door. The sheer amount of eggs and toilet paper you'll discover the next morning will be terrifying.

Food Networks has some recipes for things a little more up the sweet tooth's alley. The scary part about these recipes is how awesome their pictures look as opposed to your final product.

Want absolutely disgusting looking food to bring to the party? How about a kitty litter cake via Family Corner, of all places.

Divine Dinner Party has taken the "disgusting looking food" thing to a whole new level with recipies for things like Disgusting Diaper Dip and Used Tampons.

Finally, if you've had enough of the disgusting looking recipes, Delish has adorable looking ones like the pumpkin shaped chocolate cake and skeleton scarecrow cookies.

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