60+ Easy and Spooky DIY Halloween Treats

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Halloween has become synonymous with sweet, themed treats – and you don’t have to wait for trick-or-treating to indulge. Why not make some incredibly tempting Halloween treats for your little kids, friends and family this season ? Here are 60 Easy Yet Truly Delectable DIY Halloween Treats that will make you wait no more to get into the kitchen and start preparing the relishing delights for making your Halloween an experience that is worth remembering !

30+ Easy and Spooky DIY Halloween Treats

Last updated: 18-08-2016

1. DIY Halloween Treat : Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks

Halloween Treat : Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks

Put some savory in your Halloween platter this year with these gorgeous little witches’ brooms. In search of something with a little less sugar, then these cute little cheesy pretzel broomstick snacks are more than perfect for you ! They are fast and easy and we love how they don’t involve candy ! Wonderfully witchy and surprisingly morish, they’ll fly off your Halloween table before you can say. This tasty Halloween recipe is anything but cheesy. These easy-to-follow instructions make brewing up a double batch of these String Cheese Witch Brooms.

Recipe Details : onelittleproject

2. Dracula’s Dentures For Halloween

Dracula's Dentures For Halloween

Preparing a fun and festive meal for the Halloween celebrations ? For dessert, give a try to these spooky Dracula’s Dentures from The Girl who Ate Everything. The creative award winning recipe for making these clever chocolate chip cookie choppers will never fail to delight your kids. Plus, its so easy that your little ones can also help you with it in the kitchen. To prepare this irresistible treat, all you need is some marshmallows, chocolate chip cookies, vanilla frosting and almonds.

Recipe Details : the-girl-who-ate-everything

3. Frightful Fruit Kebabs

Frightful Fruit Kebabs

Kids can be tricked into eating anything as long as it looks fun and tasty, even if it’s something that they would usually never eat, like fruits. Let’s make cantaloupe – the sweet orange fruit, kiwis and marshmallows a festive addition to your holiday celebration with this remarkable DIY Halloween treats recipe. Apart from being healthy and delicious, these fruit kebabs are cute and sheer fun. Not to mention, they are so easy to make when guided through the process by the lovely tutorial from SheKnows.

Recipe Details : sheknows

4. Easy Pumpkin Krispies Treats

Easy Pumpkin Krispies Treats

Rice crispy treats are always a pleaser, but what about pumpkin rice crispy treats ? Marshmallow rice krispie treat colored orange and shaped into small pumpkin shapes are an easy and very kid friendly recipe that’s just great for the fall holiday ! They are so sweet and delicious, and that marshmallow chew is the stand out element. Needless to say these cute little pumpkins are going to be a hit with everyone. Check out how you can make the lip smacking treat all by yourself.

Recipe Details : yummyhealthyeasy

5. Bowl Of Worms Anyone ?

Bowl Of Worms Anyone

Create tasty, edible worms using some straws and jello that are immensely fun to make and are equally awesome to stage ! These creepy jello-warms are delicious and instantly add a spooky feel to any treat. When it comes to preparation, this recipe is outstandingly easy and just perfect for the Halloween season when you wish to serve everyone with some wormy pleasure. Undoubtedly, you are going to impress your guests with these cool looking worms.

Recipe Details : instructables

6. Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Marshmallows, with their cylindrical shape and flat tops, make perfect Frankensteins, which can make these pops the king of all Halloween candies. They couldn’t be more simple: marshmallows are skewered on lollipop sticks and covered with candy melt coatings with facial features designed in a way to reflect the character of Frankenstein. The crazy face decorations make these pops a mysterious and scary treat for all of the family. This recipe is quite easy and fun for older kids, probably age 6 and older.

Recipe Details : justataste

7. Frozen “Boo”-nana Pops

Frozen "Boo"-nana Pops

It’s hard to resist the sweet flavor of a frozen banana covered in a thin coating of shiny white chocolate. These dinky ghost-shaped frozen white chocolate banana pops are a succulent treat that would be loved by every kid out there. So quick and easy to prepare, these frozen white chocolate banana pops are not just adorable and ghostly, but also incredibly delicious. You must give it a try if you like bananas because you’re missing out something utterly tempting if you’ve never tried a frozen boo-nana pop.

Recipe Details : skinnytaste

8. Hot Dog Mummies

Hot Dog Mummies

If you are fond of hot dogs, you’ll adore these hot dogs wrapped in some mummy theme this Halloween ! Easy to make and totally kid-friendly, these little guys will be a hit at your festive get together meals. You just need about 10 minutes to prepare this treat, plus 15 minutes for the baking. Before gobbling the yummy mummies, your kids will love to help you out with all the kitchen work required to bring them to the treat table. Take a look how you can make your hot dog mummies from the very scratch.

Recipe Details : seakettle

9. Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats and Printables

Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats and Printables

More than perfect for fun Halloween treats as well as parties, these Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats are an amazing kitchen craft, while being truly delightful at the same time. The sugary flavor of rice krispies has been complemented with little marshmallows and chocolate Frankenstein hair. In addition, the sweet treats have been combined with some cute printable tags to make the festival experience even more cherishing. You can always make your own rice krispie treats, just head to this detailed recipe.

Recipe Details : cleanandscentsible

10. Jack Skellington Chocolate Covered Apples

Jack Skellington Chocolate Covered Apples

This recipe almost screams the word “Halloween” with the awesome resemblance to the epic character of Jack Skellington. Working as a great alternative to the regular candy apples as well as heightening the spooky factor associated with the festival, these apples are exceedingly majestic when it comes to the taste. Collect some white chocolate, apples, sticks, black frosting and a dish to cheer yourselves up by making your very own version of Jack Skellington chocolate covered apples this Halloween.

Recipe Details : wonkywonderful

11. White Chocolate DIY Mummy Pretzels

White Chocolate Mummy Pretzels

Having delicious candy eyes popping with an adorable spook, these imperfectly wrapped miniature mummies are nothing but a wonderful combination of lots of white chocolate, pretzel rods, and candy. It’s a child’s play to prepare the treat and serve it for this year’s Halloween to all your guests, specially if you are planning a get-together for the little ones. Those edible mummies sport the perfect balance of sweet and salty, being the most amazing take on chocolate-covered pretzels.

Recipe Details : myrecipemagic

12. Pretzel Pumpkins for Halloween

Pretzel Pumpkins

Who can forget pumpkins and the wonderful things they can end up transforming into when comes the season of Halloween. Another winsome thing of pumpkins, these super delectable treats are actually pretzel twists that have been disguised as little pumpkins by covering them with orange colored candy coating and attaching cute little leaves on top that’s nothing but green candy-coated sunflower seeds. Perfect for the last-minute procrastinators !

Recipe Details : candy.about

13. Monster Cupcakes

Monster Cupcakes

Can there be a better dessert than cake to celebrate just about any occasion? Complimenting the theme of the day with delightful cheers, these Monster Cupcakes are perfect for Halloween with those yummy eyeballs studded inside the colorful swirls of a light and fluffy buttercream. All you need to pull off the recipe is some softened butter, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, some heavy cream or half and half, lots of food coloring, candy eyes, and Devil’s Food Mix.

Recipe Details : lifewiththecrustcutoff

14. Halloween Brownie Cupcakes

Brownie Cupcakes

Treating yourself with yummy candies sporting a unique blend of white, orange and black for Halloween is something we all have been doing for years. But, how about giving an all new avatar to that gradient of colors and integrate them into delicious cupcakes? While a layer of scrumptious brownie forms the base, a white cake colored in orange works for the middle layer, which is further topped with lots of buttercream frosting and sprinkles.

Recipe Details : twosisterscrafting

15. Mini Chocolate Bat Treats

Mini Chocolate Bat Bites

Ready to fly off of your serving plates, here’s a group of spooky and creepy bats that have stepped into your space for Halloween. But what makes them be a reason for some huge smiles is the fact that they are totally edible. Taking no more than 3 ingredient to come to life, these treats call for some miniature Reese’s cups, the crunchy all-time favorite Oreo chocolate sandwich cookies, lots of cream cheese frosting, and of course, edible eyes.

Recipe Details : chelseasmessyapron

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