We are absolutely in love with these cute Halloween recipes! Not only are they tasty, they will be the centerpiece of any dessert table!! Click the image to open the recipe!
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1. Halloween Pretzels
A pumpkin. A ghost. An owl. A mummy. These adorable Halloween Pretzels are easy, fast, and fun to make. Halloween is tomorrow? No problem. These chocolate dipped cuties can be created in no time and are guaranteed to spread smiles.
2. Halloween Marshmallow Pops
These Halloween Marshmallow Pops are the perfect application for Campfire Giant Roasters. They lend themselves perfectly to attaching all sorts of delicious candy, making this an easy treat to whip up for your Halloween party. I love Giant Roasters anyway, because when it comes to s’mores, of the trifecta, marshmallows are the best part as far as I’m concerned. Especially with just a little char on the outside.
3. Pumpkin Patch Cupcakes
I thought these cupcakes would be so fun to make to celebrate the beginning of fall and the greatness that is pumpkin carving. Want to know the beautiful thing about these cupcakes? You don’t have to make any of the elements from scratch. Nope. Not a single one.
4. Death by Chocolate Trifle
Don’t worry. You won’t actually DIE after eating this. Though your tastebuds might be in Heaven after experiencing this chocolate overload of a dessert. (Yes, I know that sounded sickeningly cheesy.)
5. Hocus Pocus Rice Krispies Treats
I’ve seen various treat ideas inspired by the spellbook, but really wanted to try out making a rice krispies treat version. The kids loved them! These easy treats are perfect if you’re hosting a Halloween party, Hocus Pocus party or for a Halloween movie night marathon.
6. Spiderweb Brownies
Spiderweb Brownies are a fun treat to celebrate Halloween. They are rich and chocolaty with a hint of tang from the cream cheese spiderweb on top, and these Spiderweb Brownies are just the right amount of spooky to bring out the smiles.
7. Mummy Cookies
These Mummy Cookies are so easy to make and even easy to decorate. You don’t need to be a professional baker to have delicious, adorable Halloween cookies- just a few ingredients and supplies!
8. Candy Corn Truffles
Use the golden Oreos with some food coloring to make the centers orange. Dip in your white chocolate coating and top with sprinkles and/or candy corn! These would be perfect little treats to serve at your Halloween party. Or to put in school lunches this month. Or dessert. Or breakfast (don’t judge).
9. Halloween Stuffed Bell Peppers
Halloween stuffed peppers are one of my favorite healthy Halloween dishes, and I bet that your Halloween will be more fun serving these stuffed bell peppers, too! This healthy, easy Halloween food features orange bell peppers stuffed with a comfort food mixture of lean ground beef, rice, veggies, and homemade roasted bell pepper sauce.
10. Candy Corn Cookies
So as I was at my local Dollar General store the other day, I noticed a bag of brightly colored candy corn glistening in the corner of my eye. It was basically begging to be picked up, so into my basket it went! I decided to get a little creative, though, and try incorporating them into my baking. I’ve had candy corn on top of cupcakes before, but I’ve never actually seen them cooked inside something.
11. Candy Corn and White Chocolate Blondies
They’re super soft, slightly chewy, and buttery. The candy corn stays chewy after it’s baked and the contrast of the dense, moist, tender bars against the chewy candy corn is great. Throw in some melted white chocolate, and candy corn lovers are in for a real treat!
12. Slow Cooker Halloween Hot Chocolate
What is better than a hot cup of delicious Halloween hot chocolate?
13. Killer Pumpkin Banana Cake Cookies
Add these yummy Killer Pumpkin Banana Cookies to your Halloween treat lineup and not only will your guests ooh and ahh over these easy to make Halloween Cookies, they will gobble them up!
14. Ghost S’mores
This Ghost S’mores Dip is the easiest, cutest Halloween recipe you’ll ever make!
15. Candy Corn Cookie Bark
I know it’s just pure sugar, but there is nothing that says fall to me like Candy Corn. No easy feat. We were trying to do a riff on Candy Corn cookies but the candy corn would not cooperate. That’s when we came up with Candy Corn Cookie Bark. If you are a candy corn addict like me, you’ll love it!
16. Mummy Pizza Pies
These mummy puff pastry pizza pies are a fun project to make with the kids, and would be perfect for Halloween parties or even to pack in lunch boxes. I also used ready-made puff pastry to keep things quick and easy – feel free to make your own if you’re feeling braver than me!
17. Ham and Cheese Crescent Mummy
Take the spook out of deciding what’s for Halloween dinner with this simple ham and cheese crescent mummy!
18. Jack O’ Lantern Hand Pies
You know the saying “Easy as pie”? Well, it is a bit of a deceptive expression. I mean, pie isn’t really that easy, right? But these Jack O’ Lantern Pumpkin Hand Pies? These babies are super easy.
19. Spooky Spider Rice Krispies Treats
Spooky Spider Rice Krispies Treats are the perfect Halloween snack or party treat. So fun to make as they are to eat! Get the kiddos involved, they’ll have a blast putting them together! And make sure to make a big batch as they’re sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.
20. Halloween Chex Mix Muddy Buddies
This Halloween Chex Mix Muddy Buddies (aka Puppy Chow) recipe is chock-full of October delight – a little salty, a lotta sweet, with crunchy and chewy textures in each handful thanks to the addition of pretzels, candy corn, chopped Oreos, and Reese’s Pieces.
21. Ghost Brownie Cupcakes
Add these Ghost Brownie Cupcakes to your Halloween treat table and watch everyone gobble them up. The hidden cookie in the bottom of each one is such a fun surprise to find!
22. Jack Skellington Oreo Pops
Jack Skellington Pops are the best way to use Halloween Oreos!
23. Coffee Cheesecake Oreo Brownies
Layers of brownies, holiday Oreo cookies, and a rich coffee cheesecake make these brownies an amazing Halloween treat to indulge in this fall!
24. Halloween Muddy Buddies
Looking for an easy Halloween treat? This Halloween Muddy Buddies recipe is the classic puppy chow recipe with some white chocolate pretzels made into mummies!
25. Jack Skellington Cheesecakes
Decorate these insanely creamy mini cheesecakes with chocolate graham cracker crusts to look like the Pumpkin King from The Nightmare Before Christmas movie. These Jack Skellington Cheesecakes are easy to make using decadent chocolate ganache.
26. Halloween Sprinkle Cookies
Instead of the pretty cake I was going to make and decorate and shoot later in the week, I had to switch gears and whip up something quick and easy on Monday. So poor planning on my part means you get a Halloween recipe and that my impulse purchase of these Halloween sprinkles would be put to use after all in these Halloween Sprinkle Cookies!
27. Funfetti Halloween Cookies
Funfetti Halloween Cookies are tasty & spooky treats made colorful with festive sprinkles baked into each cookie. We added pudding mix for texture and color for fun!
28. Brimstone Bread
They may look complicated, but they’re actually very easy to make. Just whip up your favorite bread dough (I used a basic bun recipe I developed for my cookbook) and create a black rice flour mix to go on top. Spread on the topper, bake, and you’re all set to enjoy some piping hot bits of brimstone!
29. Halloween Funfetti Cake Mix Donuts
This Halloween Funfetti Cake Mix Donuts recipe is incredibly easy to make! It makes fun and festive donuts for your next Halloween party, Halloween breakfast, or as a treat during a scary movie night.
30. Bewitched M&M Cookies
Chock full of colorful M&M’s this yummy cakey cookie is sure to please your family so grab an eye of a newt and a bag of M&M’s and make a batch today!
31. Halloween Cream Cheese Swirl Brownies
Halloween Swirl Cream Cheese Brownies have a layer of rich, dark chocolate brownie topped with a layer of orange cheesecake then swirled together for a spooky treat. These are sure to be a perfect dessert treat for everyone at your Halloween party!
32. Spooky Cookies
My boys absolutely love fun and crazy Halloween recipes. I created these Spooky Cookies for them. It’s a delicious double chocolate cookie with eyeballs peering out of the “night” at you! They thought it was so cool and so yummy too!
33. Chocolate Spider Trifle
This Chocolate Spider Trifle that was a huge hit! I admit our friends were a little surprised when I pulled out the Halloween dessert last month, but they also know I do things way in advance and weren’t too shocked!
34. Dark Chocolate Halloween Chip Cookies
Dark Chocolate Halloween Chip Cookies have a super soft and black-as-night dark chocolate cookie base that is studded with sweet white chocolate chips and creamy peanut butter chips for a frighteningly delicious treat!
35. Melting Ghost Macarons
It’s not Halloween until we’ve topped a dessert with another dessert, then topped that with another dessert, am I right?! That’s basically all we’re doing here with this DIY melting ghost Halloween macarons, and I’m not mad about it! Plus they’re perfectly spooky and cute.
36. Monster Doughnuts
I’ve seen this idea all over Pinterest and knew I just HAD to make some. This past week I’ve been filling in at Little Lady’s school and thought it would be the perfect opportunity to share the fun!
37. Marshmallow Ghost Cupcakes
These Marshmallow Ghost Cupcakes will make for a super fun and simple Halloween Dessert or treat. Since we start with a boxed cake mix, they come together so quickly. The marshmallow buttercream frosting is SUPER tasty.