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 !

16. Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups

Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups

The most amazing example of savory goodies transformed into creepy-looking things, these Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups are all you need for adorning your table with a goose-bump worthy after-dinner dessert. Creating a mini scene of pumpkins growing out of a creepy dirty floor, these cups have been put together using a package of instant chocolate pudding, lots of crushed Oreos, some pumpkin candies and green sour punch straws.

Recipe Details : paintbrushesandpopsicles

17. Halloween Brownie Bites

Halloween Brownie Bites

The very first look is quite hair-raising, taking you to a quick sight of the graveyard, but in the next second itself you are going to drool over them when you realize that they are oh so mouthwatering brownies topped with some more chocolate. While the tombstones are delicious marshmallows, the foliage on top is ultra-creamy royal icing. Lots of pumpkin candies placed around the edible graves bring out the perfect final decor for the bites.

Recipe Details : kellystilwell

18. Cookie Dough Mummies

Cookie Dough Mummies

Insanely adorable to look at and equally tempting to pop into the mouth, these Cookie Dough Mummies with their cute candy eyes are to-die-for. What’s even more wonderful about the treats is that you don’t need to go for any baking to get them serve-ready for your Halloween celebrations with friends and family. Cookie dough loaded with chocolate chips, covered in white chocolate tastes oh so delicious even when it’s raw and unbaked.

Recipe Details : catchmyparty

19. Witch Finger Pretzel Rods

Witch Finger Pretzel Rods

Here’s something that looks so real that it can make anyone think twice before actually picking it up for a sweet bite. Taking no more than four ingredients to get all set, these Witch Fingers are pretzel sticks covered in bright green candy coating sport glossy black nails that are actually blanched almonds in black food coloring. After all, who can not be scared of long witch fingers resting on their dinner plates?

Recipe Details : candy.about

20. How To Make Poison Apples

How To Make Poison Apples

An evil witch is not the only one to own a delicious apple which has been cursed with poison anymore. This Halloween, let yourself be the proud owner of loads of such poison apples, except for the fact that they only look poisonous. Actually, they taste amazingly delectable and sport a coating of corn syrup and water colored in deep purple that works for the poison element, while wooden skewers inserted in them add that witch-y essence.

Recipe Details : wannabite

21. Witch Brooms

Witch Brooms

Did you imagine that those magical brooms that are the chief mode of transportation for witches we have always been hearing about in grandma’s stories can sport a lip-smacking flavour? The answer is why not ! Grab a delicious mini Reese’s cup and insert a pretzel stick in the treat to get your homemade Witch Brooms all serve-ready, adorned with little touches of customization according to your whims.

Recipe Details : couponingtodisney

22. Mini Mice Cakes

Mini Mice Cakes

Not even in their wildest imaginations can one get an idea that these mini mice are actually a piece of yummy cake featuring an insanely tempting flavour and the perfect amount of Halloween chills. Crafted by filling a mice shaped mold with lots of red velvet cake pop filling, the mice have been covered in white chocolate. Those creepy eyes are quin sprinkles while that free-to-move tail is all fondant.

Recipe Details : thecakeblog

23. Bloody Candy Apples Halloween or True Blood Recipe

Bloody Candy Apples Halloween or True Blood Recipe

This season scare the heck out of the trick-or-treaters by presenting them a huge red apple that is dripping glossy blood. The treats are coated with chocolate on the bottom half and have been complimented with bloody ribbons. What you are going to need is lots of red apples, white chocolate, hot water, sugar, corn syrup, red food coloring, and a food flavoring or extract of your choice.

Recipe Details : 1finecookie

24. Frozen “Boo” – Nana Pops

Frozen "Boo" - Nana Pops

Popsicles are a treat the kids can’t simply stay away from. What makes these Boo Nana Pops even more crave-worthy is the fact that they are covered white chocolate and flaunt a super adorable ghostly-shape. Yummy bananas cut in half form the base for the pops and get all ready to savor when they are frozen after covering in a thick layer of chocolate. Not just fun to eat but equally fun to make with the kiddos.

Recipe Details : skinnytaste

25. Halloween Ghost Meringue Cookies

Halloween Ghost Meringue Cookies

Allow mini ghosts to rest on your Halloween treats table with all their spook and cuteness. The secret lies in a thorough whipping of lots of egg whites to turn them into velvety and fluffy meringue, followed by piping it on to the tray to form little ghosts. You need egg whites, granulated sugar, cream of tartar, a piping bag, baking sheets, and black sparkle decorating gel to whip up the scrumptious cookies.

Recipe Details : secretlifeofachefswife

26. Skeleton Cupcakes

Skeleton Cupcakes

Nerve-racking is what you are going to call these cupcakes with a twisty, artistic skeleton. No matter, what’s your favorite cupcake flavour, you can always give them this Halloween makeover in minutes. White chocolate-covered pretzel twists slid on a stick and marshmallows inserted on the top work for the ribs and the skeleton face. Draw some spooky features and add lots of sprinkles over the cupcake frosting to finish off.

Recipe Details : cookiesandcups

27. Yummy Mummy Dogs

Yummy Mummy Dogs

Introduce a great twist to the idea of mummy bandages this Halloween and cover your homemade mummies with crescent roll dough bandages – perfect to savor and adorable in appearance. The insides are a delicious hot dog, and it’s just a deal of four readily available ingredients, including refrigerated crescent rolls, large turkey dogs, nonstick cooking spray, and some mustard or ketchup that these Yummy Mummy Dogs take.

Recipe Details : sheknows

28. Spider Infested Chocolate Chip Cookies

Spider Infested Chocolate Chip Cookies

Let alone the kids, even spiders are going to adore these winsome crunchy yet cake-y cookies nestled with loads of chocolate chips. And that spider infestation all over the treats proves the statement just right. But, actually, even those spiders are a delicious something – even more chocolate chips that have been given those spider legs and head with a mix of molten chocolate piped around them.

Recipe Details : hungryhappenings

29. Caramel Apple Nachos

Caramel Apple Nachos

Ridiculously easy to prepare, these Caramel Apple Nachos are a totally divine union of green apples, caramel bits, white chocolate chips, miniature chocolate chips and crushed candy bars. Ditch nachos and replace them with apples to create a delicious treat that would become your family’s true love at the very first encounter. Warm caramel sauce drizzled over the fruit slices make it perfectly sweet and salty !

Recipe Details : life-in-the-lofthouse

30. Mummy Nutter Butters

Mummy Nutter Butters

Halloween is the perfect time to add spooky touches to almost everything we can think of. Why not mouth-watering cookies be transformed into super cute mummies with popping eyes? To prepare the winsome cookies, you will only need some Nutter Butters, candy melts, and candy eye balls. It’s all about coating half the cookies with candy melts and voila ! Simply add the edible eyes and serve !

Recipe Details : buzzfeed

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