If you're getting tired of Oreo cookies, why not reinvent them with this recipe for Oreo balls - yum!
Check out the recipe from College Candy.
When you get bored of playing scrabble, why not turn the pieces in to cute pendants?
Check out the tutorial from Marcia Furman.
A collection of inspiring recipes from around the globe, Warm Bread & Honey Cake by Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra will turn your kitchen in to a warm and cosy haven, that any home baker would be proud of.
Including sweets from the Mediterranean, Budapest, the Caribbean and Asia, there's a wide range of recipes to try out. Bake some toasty Chocolate & Hazelnut Buns, a Spice Cake stuffed with almond paste, Nutty Meringue Slices, a Ricotta Tart and Chocolate & Pistachio Sandwich Biscuits. Unusual techniques are accompanied by step-by-step instructions, making the recipes easier to understand.
Take your taste buds on a trip around the world, without even leaving your kitchen, and treat yourself to a range of baked delights.
Check out a sample project from the book, Chocolate & Pistachio Sandwich Biscuits. You can pick up a copy of the book from Anova Books now.
Snippets 17, the Horror issue is online now! We've got interviews with Amanda Palmer, Girl In A Coma, hoola-hoop expert Gypsy Hoops, a guide to making your own Undead Barbie, and tips and tricks for having an awesome halloween.
We've also got a costume competition for winning a Kitten Koffin Zombies calendar, so make sure to take a photo of your costume this year.
These pumpkin-cream cheese truffles would be a grown-up and sophisticated treat for Halloween.
Check out the recipe from Whole Food's Market.
Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:
Turn a pretty Barbie into a Barbie of the undead, make your own ruby red slippers and a barrette for your hair, crochet a candy corn hat, bake Halloween sugar cookies and a vegan larbar, create a virtual wardrobe, cook up some fake blood for Halloween, turn a tshirt in to a sexy top, sew a felt ghost and real ale keyring, mold a jack o lantern tealight holder, revamp a pencil holder pot, make a tape measure headband and Debbie Harry earrings, make Mexican snow cones and chamoy pops, sew a ruffle bustle and dye and braid a necklace.
These papier mache pumpkins are super scary and you'll be able to reuse them each Halloween.
Check out the tutorial from Stolloween.
Don't settle for boring soup bowls this Autumn, bake some pumpkin shaped bread bowls. The great thing is that you can eat the washing up!
Check out the how-to from The Idea Room.
Here's a great idea for dividing a room using hanging planters.
Check out the article on Curbly.
With Autumn in the air, it's the perfect time to make DIY candy corn.
Check out the recipe from Almost Unschoolers.