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Celebrate with Woman's World


Each glossy 100-page edition is one that you’ll want to keep for years! Four times a year, look forward to crowd-pleasing recipes, cheery holiday crafts, and complete party plans tailored to the season. It’s everything you need to make your celebrations even more fun and meaningful, whether you’re planning a get-together with the girls, a special birthday, or an open house for the whole neighborhood!

United States
Heinrich Bauer NA
4 Issues

in this issue

1 min
welcome to our halloween extravaganza!

Magic abounds in fall as the air gets crisper and the leaves change color—all signs that a bewitching good time is right around the corner! To make this your best All Hallows’ Eve ever, we’ve packed this issue with spooktacular eats and treats to thrill ghouls and goblins of all ages. And thanks to the conjuring skills of our recipe pros—Susan, Betsy and Charles—not only are these wow-worthy dishes a feast for the eyes, they’re surprisingly easy to make. From clever ways to dress up store-bought goodies to from-scratch showstoppers, you’re sure to find recipes that’ll become new Halloween traditions. And speaking of tradition, it’s never too early to start planning for Thanksgiving, so we’ve created Turkey Day feasts with all the trimmings and fabulous finales perfect for sharing with…

5 min
spirited sips that delight!

Bloody Jack-o’-Lanterns A touch of chili powder and celery salt on the rims gives these go-to brunch favorites a fiery kick 1 tsp. chili powder3/4 tsp. celery saltIce cubes4 cups tomato juice2/3 cup vodka4 tsp. lemon juice2 tsp. prepared horseradish from a jar1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce Mix chili powder and1/2 tsp. celery salt. Dip rims of 4 glasses in water, then chili mixture; invert. In ice-filled cocktail shaker, mix 2 cups tomato juice, 1/3 cup vodka, 2 tsp. lemon juice, 1 tsp. horseradish, 1/2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce and1/8 tsp. celery salt; cover. Shake until chilled; divide between 2 glasses. Repeat with remaining ingredients to make 2 more drinks. SERVINGS: 4 ACTIVE time: 25 min. TOTAL time: 25 min. Witch’s Brew Ginger beer and hard cider come together in this frosty concoction 1/2 lime1 (12 oz.) btle. ginger beer1 (12 oz.)…

10 min
starters & snacks to please all the ghouls

Devilish Eggs Hummus is the quick trick to these delicious treats EGGS 8 eggs Neon purple and neon green liquid food colorings FILLING 1/2 cup roasted beet or plain hummus1/4 cup mayonnaise1 Tbs. lemon juice1/4 tsp. salt1/4 tsp. pepper1/4 cup prepared horseradish with beets, + additional, squeezed dryViolet, blue and orange concentrated food coloringsSmall candy eyeballs Eggs: In pot, combine eggs with enough water to cover. Bring to boil; remove from heat. Cover; let stand 12 min. Drain eggs; cool under running cold water. Gently tap eggs on surface to form cracks all over shell, keeping shell intact. Divide unpeeled eggs between two bowls; cover eggs with cold water. Using food coloring, tint water in one bowl neon purple and the other neon green. Let stand at least 1 hr. Drain eggs; peel. Halve crosswise; cut…

10 min
dinnertime dishes for ghastly good times

Eyeball Meatballs and Green Spaghetti This eye-catching dish is frightfully fun and delicious 8 oz. spaghetti1 egg1 lb. ground chicken1/2 cup plain panko breadcrumbs1 cup pesto sauce, at room temp.1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese1/4 tsp. salt1/4 tsp. pepper12 large pitted black olives, halved crosswise2 Tbs. oil Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain; return to pot. Meanwhile, in large bowl, lightly beat egg. Stir in chicken, breadcrumbs, 1/3 cup pesto, Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper until thoroughly blended. Coat hands with cooking spray; shape chicken mixture into 24 balls. For eyes, press 1 olive half cut side up into each meatball so that it is flush with meat. In 12" nonstick skillet, heat 1 Tbs. oil over medium heat. Add half of meatballs; cook, turning occasionally, until golden and no longer pink in centers,…

1 min
embellished eats

Serve up big smiles with Mini Jack-o’-Lantern Pizzas Turn store-bought mini pizzas into grinning ghouls! For eyes, place 2 hot dog slices on each. For noses, cut carrot slices into triangles and place in centers. Cut red pepper slices into toothy grins as shown and place under noses. Bake according to package directions. Spread magic with a festive Pumpkin Bowl & Broomstick Dippers It’s easy to add whimsy to your buffet table with this mini pumpkin dip bowl! Slice the top off of a small pumpkin or squash. Scoop out the seeds. Fill with your favorite dip. Make several 1 1/2" cuts lengthwise in ends of several celery sticks; place in a bowl of ice water to curl ends. Arrange celery “broomsticks” around dip; place pumpkin top. Add more fun with spooky spider olives: Strip…

13 min
cakes & cupcakes guaranteed to bewitch

Witchy Cupcakes Enchant everyone with these sweets piled high with orange-kissed frosting 1/2 tsp. tylose powder, such as Wilton11/4 cups black fondant, such as Wilton Decorator Preferred2 Tbs. orange fondant1 Tbs. white fondant1 (1 lb.) pkg. butter, at room temp.4 cups confectioners’ sugar, from 2 (16 oz.) pkgs.1/4 cup orange juiceOrange concentrated food coloring24 unfrosted cupcakes Black nonpareil sprinkles Knead tylose into black fondant. Between two sheets of wax paper, roll out 1/2 cup black fondant to 1/8" thickness. Using 1 1/2" round cutter, cut out 24 rounds. Combine scraps with remaining fondant; divide into 24 balls. Form each ball into teardrop shape; flatten bottoms. One at a time, brush fondant rounds with water and press teardrop shapes on top; let dry. Roll out orange fondant to1/8" thickness. Cut out 24 thin strips;…