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Here's Where Kids Can Eat Free This Halloween

This Halloween, kids can get some great free treats (and even free dinner!) before they go trick-or-treating and straight into a sugar high.

Check out these 4 venues for some sweet deals:


Kids can create their own free, scary face pancake from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m on October 31st (must be 12-and-under).

2. Krispy Kreme
krispy kreme halloween

Krispy Kreme is offering EVERYONE a free "boo-tiful doughnut" on Halloween when they wear their costume to the store. All treats, no tricks here -- just one donut per costumed customer.

3. Chipotle

Chipotle's "Boorito" is where it's at -- drop by the store after 5 pm in full trick-or-treating gear for a $3 burrito.

4. Olive Garden
olive garden

Fill out this little coupon and kids 12-and-under eat free with the purchase of an adult entree. No costume necessary, as this deal has actually been valid this entire week, but will end on Friday.

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Spiderweb Nacho Spread
Woman's Day
This nacho spread is layered with mashed beans, salsa and guacamole, then topped off with a sour cream spider web. To create the web, use a resealable bag with one corner cut off as a piping bag. Get the Recipe for Spiderweb Nacho Spread
Bloody Cauliflower Brains
Frances Janisch
This dish of brains would make a sinister dinner party side dish. Drizzle steamed cauliflower with beet vinaigrette to get the bloodied brain look. Get the Recipe for Bloody Cauliflower Brains
Deviled Dinosaur Bones
Frances Janisch
These creepy bones look like they've been uncovered from an archaeological dig. To create the look, all you need to do is bake up some beef back ribs and coat them with a mustard paste and breadcrumbs, then broil. Get the Recipe for Deviled Dinosaur Bones
Witches' Cauldrons
Frances Janisch
Double, double, toil and trouble! These bewitching cucumber cauldrons are stuffed with pea puree and stuck with pretzel sticks. Get the Recipe for Witches' Cauldrons
Ghostly Gougères
Frances Janisch
These "ghoul-gères" are so light and airy they might just float away. Use a piping bag to form the cheesy puffs and decorate with black sesame seeds for the eyes. Get the Recipe for Ghostly Gougères
Grilled Cheese Bats
Frances Janisch
These grilled cheese sandwiches get the Halloween treatment with bat-shaped cutters. It's great for a kid-friendly snack. Get the Recipe for Grilled Cheese Bats
Teriyaki Bat Wings
Frances Janisch
Chicken wings are fun for a party. Present them side by side so they look like bat wings. Make this recipe with a store-bought teriyaki sauce serving as the marinade and bake the wings in the oven. Get the Recipe for Teriyaki Bat Wings
Spider Bites
Frances Janisch
These spider bites look eerily like tarantulas. They're made from prunes stuffed with blue cheese and curly bacon slices. Hopefully there won't be any arachnophobics at the party. Get the Recipe for Spider Bites
Jack-O'-Lantern Bites
Frances Janisch
These adorable hors d'oeuvres look like they've just been picked from the pumpkin patch. To make them, spread crackers with pesto, top with balls of steamed pumpkin and decorate with watercress sprigs. Get the Recipe for Jack-o'-Lantern Bites
Coffin Canapés
Frances Janisch
These deathly coffin canapes are spread with goat cheese and olive tapenade, then decorated with slivers of roasted red pepper. Use a sharp knife or a cookie cutter to make the casket shapes. Get the Recipe for Coffin Canapés
Hot Dog Mummies
Frances Janisch
Use strips of store-bought refrigerator rolls as bandages to wrap up these mummified hot dogs. Kids will especially love this party snack. Get the Recipe for Hot Dog Mummies
Deviled Egg Eyeballs
Frances Janisch
These devilish eyeballs will frighten your friends. Make a batch of deviled eggs and decorate with red mayonnaise and sliced black olives. Get the Recipe for Deviled Egg Eyeballs
Sweet Potato Ghosts
Frances Janisch
Your guests will love these orange ghosts, which are made from a combination of sweet potatoes and boiling potatoes. Use olive pieces for the eyes. Get the Recipe for Sweet Potato Ghosts
Brain Dip
Disgust your friends with these delicious brain molds made from store-bought mushroom soup, cream cheese and shrimp. Use brain candy molds to create perfectly formed lobes. Get the Recipe for Brain Dip