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Spooktacularly Easy Treats for Your Family This Halloween

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If you have never been too keen on celebrating Halloween but still want to get in on some of the innocent fun of the holiday, look no further than this episode of Cooking with Dad where chef Em Smock and her dad, Steve Scheibner, make two simple, delicious, and spooktacular treats for the whole family.

Starting with a creative spin on a popular dessert, Smock guides the viewer step by step as she turns rice crispy treats into friendly ghosts with melted chocolate and boo faces, showing marshmallows can be used for much more than roasting over a bonfire on a chilly autumn evening.

Through Smock and her dad’s fun banter, they reveal a behind-the-scenes look at how their family used Halloween as an opportunity to be a light to their neighbors.

While her dad didn’t enjoy indulging the darker aspects of the holiday, he shares how they used the term “trick or tract” to pass out candy and tracts to spread the Gospel on the one night the whole neighborhood came to them.

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As Smock, owner of (em)’s Cafe, leads her dad through a how-to twist on using croissant dough to make hot dog mummies, the viewer can’t help but laugh along and smile with the dad and daughter duo.

With the week leading up to Halloween upon us, these recipes are perfect for a fun-filled family night in that will invite kids young and old to engage the light-heartedness of a typically fright-filled day and look for ways to share the Good News with people right outside their door.

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Dina Paoloni is an Ohio native and the youngest of four girls from a big Italian family. Before recently attaining a bachelor’s degree from Liberty University, Dina attended a two-year Bible institute where a growing passion for reaching others with the Gospel of Jesus through writing began. Her greatest joys include spending time with her niece and nephews, watching the sunset over Lake Erie with ice cream in hand, and getting the chance to encourage others with the love and grace Jesus pours into her life every day.
Dina Paoloni is an Ohio native and the youngest of four girls from a big Italian family. Before recently attaining a bachelor’s degree from Liberty University, Dina attended a two-year Bible institute where a growing passion for reaching others with the Gospel of Jesus through writing began. Her greatest joys include spending time with her niece and nephews, watching the sunset
over Lake Erie with ice cream in hand, and getting the chance to encourage others with the love and grace Jesus pours into her life every day.




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