31 Ridiculously Awesome Halloween Treats Anyone Can Make
If you haven’t started planning for your Halloween treats, why not try one of these 31 Ridiculously Awesome Halloween Treats Anyone Can Make.
If you haven’t started planning for your Halloween treats, you are behind! Before you have time to think, it will be 8 o’clock at night and your kids will be telling you they need 30 snacks for their class party the next morning. Why not plan an awesome Halloween Treat you can lord over the other moms that got caught in the last minute chaos? A lot of these awesome recipe ideas look much harder to make than they are – some only requiring a few minutes with no baking or mess involved at all!
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If you are reading this Halloween morning, don’t worry, we have all been there and everybody loves donuts. We even have a last minute idea for Monster Donuts! So scroll down to the bottom for those and then be sure to save this Halloween Treats article for next year.
Chelsea’s Messy Apron has the instructions for these yummy 4 ingredient witch hats.
These Candy Filled Witch Cookies from Hungry Happenings are crazy AWESOME! Crack open one of these bewitchingly cute Halloween treats to find candy hiding inside.
Make some adorable Frankenstein cupcakes with the recipe from Country Living.
Make some Halloween Oreo Cats as a treat that your family and friends will love. You can find the recipe at Thirty Handmade Days.
Kathleen Siegle from Yummy Crumble is the mastermind behind these brilliant cupcakes.
Witch Finger Pretzel Rods from The Spruce are one spectacularly spooky sweet-and-salty treat! It takes just 15 minutes and 4 ingredients to make these ghoulish candies.
These healthy Halloween snacks are easy to make. Check out the recipe at True Blue Me and You.
Im really loving these creative surprise inside cookies. Here is another idea from Not Martha. Each cookie either holds a treat, like mini chocolate candies, or a trick, here they are small sugar ants.
These adorable pumpkin rice krispie treats are from Cincyshopper.com. They are a great and easy Halloween snack especially if it is last minute.
Want something that isn’t chock full of sugar? We love these Witch’s Broomstick Snacks from Mom Foodie. They are simple to assemble and when stood up fill a nice amount of space on a Halloween party buffet layout.
Make yummy vampire teeth out of chocolate chip cookies from Listotic.
Lil’Luna created adorable pumpkin snacks with Oreos.
From It’s Always Autumn comes this clever witch hat with a surprise inside.
I’m loving these Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies from A Spicy Perspective that are creepy and delightful.
I think these Bride of Frankenstein Twinkie Pops from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen are super clever.
Over at Raining Hot Coupons you can see how to make this scary watermelon brain.
These homemade chocolate Monster Eye Cookies from Mommy Musings are actually Halloween Thumbprint Cookies with candy eye decorations.
These Frankenstein marshmallow pops from Just a Taste are so stinking cute I can’t handle it.
Head back over to Chelsea’s Messy Apron to discover these cute little chocolatey bats.
These cute little owls are featured on The Monday Box.
Dip BUTTERFINGER® Fun Size Candy Bars into melted almond bark to turn normal peanut butter cookies into these adorable Frankenstein cookies from Design Eat Repeat.
Find out how to make these delicious jack o’ lanterns from The Happier Homemaker.
The Melrose Family has a Halloween treat without any baking or cooking…That is my kind of treat!
These fantastic cauldron cupcakes are the genius creations from A Pumpkin and a Princess.
This Halloween Butterfinger Monster Bark from Sarah Makes Stuff is super easy to make – some chocolate, various candy melts, BUTTERFINGER® Fun Size candy bars, and a few other bits and bobs you will have an adorable monster treat to share with your own little monsters.
These adorable Ferrero Rocher Red Velvet Spider Cupcakes from No Plate Like Home are made with Ferrero Rocher hazelnut chocolates and toffee chocolate covered pretzels.
These fun and easy Haunted Halloween Ghost Brownies from Mom Foodie include a scratch brownie recipe, but to save time you can use a boxed one instead!
Chocolate cookies sandwiched together with vanilla icing, candy strips, and candy eyeballs make up these Mummy Whoopie Pies from Adventures of Mel delicious!
I’m head over heels for these Frankenstein Rice Krispies Treats from Mommy Musings. Super cute and fun, but more importantly super easy to decorate.
And finally, the super easy last minute donut recipe from Mommy Musings. You can make these Cute Vampire Donuts for Halloween with just a few supplies and a few minutes. No-bake and perfect for parties!
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