Spooktacular Halloween Treats
Vampire Mist Cocktail or Mocktail
Chocolate Spider Web Whoopie Pies
Homemade Snickers® Bar
Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip
Halloween Sugar Cookies
Candy Sugar Skulls
Turtle Caramel Apples
Almond Joy® Layer Cake
Worm & Dirt Pudding Parfaits
Monster Cookie Bars
Candy Corn Fudge
Wicked Good Witch Hat Cookies
Caramel Honeycrisp Apple Bars
Chocolate Cookie Mice
Halloween Marshmallow Brownies
Spooky S'mores Bars
Ghost Pound Cake Sandwiches
Not so spooky spider cookies
Chocolate Spider Web Whoopie PiesThis sweet treat is fun to serve at a Halloween party for kids in the neighborhood or at school.
Homemade Snickers® BarThis copycat recipe has only 7 ingredients and takes less than 30 minutes to make! You’ll never go back to store-bought again.
Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake DipOnly 20 minutes to make – this spooky party treat tastes like a decadent chocolate cheesecake!
CaramallowsThese dreamy Caramallows candies have a soft, buttery caramel layer, topped with fluffy homemade marshmallows and are all dipped in a sweet chocolate coating. Save a trip to the candy store and make these at home!
Candy Sugar SkullsThese treats are a traditional part of the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebrations. They make a fun activity at a Halloween party for kids and adults.
Turtle Caramel ApplesThese apples make a cute Halloween gift. Just wrap individually with cellophane and a ribbon.
Almond Joy® Layer CakeThe classic flavor of an Almond Joy® candy bar and transformed it into a moist and tender layer cake that could very well become your new favorite dessert.
Worm & Dirt Pudding ParfaitsQuick and easy, these Worm & Dirt Pudding Parfaits are sure to make your little ones "dig" in. As much fun to make as they are to eat.
Monster Cookie BarsCan't decide between a cookie, bar or candy? Now you don't have to! These cookie bars are stuffed full of candy. Just customize the recipe based on your favorites.
Candy Corn FudgeTake Chef Eddy's famous vanilla fudge, add yellow and orange food coloring and layer it to create this scrumptious candy corn fudge.
Wicked Good Witch Hat CookiesYou will love making these adorable little witch hat cookies! This Halloween treat uses peanut butter and crushed chocolate cookies. Making the dough and fondant is easy and quick, so you'll be able to eat these spooky hat cookies faster than a witch can fly!
Halloween Marshmallow BrowniesIf you’re feeling adventurous, create spiderweb patterns into the marshmallow fluff topping!
Pumpkin PretzelsNot only do your kiddos get to break up pretzels and turn sugar orange, but they also get to eat their creation when they are done!
Ghost Pound Cake SandwichesRaspberry buttercream frosting is sandwiched between 7 Up Pound Cake for a fun and spooky treat.
Not so spooky spider cookiesRich chocolate cookies rolled in chocolate sprinkles with pretzel legs complete with candy eyeballs make a cute centerpiece for your treat table.
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