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Halloween is my favorite holiday and I love me some spooky treats! Here’s a roundup of 21 Halloween treats to scare , I mean delight your kids (or party guests) this Halloween…

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Jack Skellington Chocolate Apples – Chocolate Covered Apples – Big Bear’s Wife

The Pumpkin King is ready for Halloween with these Jack Skellington Chocolate Apples! It’s no secret that this time of year is my favorite! I know you’ve seen the Halloween posts around here lately and last year I even shared some of my ‘Witch Themed’ decorations at the house!


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Halloween Muddy Buddies

HALLOWEEN MUDDY BUDDIES – looking for an easy Halloween treat? This muddy buddies recipe is great for a Halloween party or spooky movie night! The countdown is on! Halloween will be here in less than two weeks. Can you believe that? I say it every year but this year has truly flown by.






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Spooky Pudding Cup Trifle

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links. I receive a small commission at no cost to you when you make a purchase using my link. This post brought to you by TruMoo. All opinions are 100% mine. What I love most about Autumn are the colors, the food, the smells and all the fun festive goodies!


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Boo-nilla Ghost Milkshakes

Who’s excited for Halloween? We sure are! I’ve got another festive recipe for you today, and it couldn’t be easier to make! I thought it would be fun to celebrate the release of Raina Telgemeier’s new book with a sweet and spooky frozen treat.


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The Ultimate Bat Halloween Party! | Chelsea’s Messy Apron

3 Super Simple DIY Bat Halloween Decorations to throw the ultimate “bat” Halloween party! You were all warned about my Halloween obsession 🙂 And so it continues! I am SO excited to share this post because it was an absolute blast to put together.






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Halloween Cookie Pops ~ Nutter Butter Bats & Mummies

Halloween Cookie Pops start with Nutter Butters, Oreos, chocolate coating, candy eyes, and sprinkles to create adorable bats and mummies! I always enjoy creating cute, sweet, holiday-themed treats for and with my kid and last Christmas, I made some festive cupcake toppers using Nutter Butter sandwich cookies.


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Floating Eyeball Jello Shots – SugarHero

I like to think that we have an unspoken understanding, you and I. Sometimes I’ll post long recipes with a lot of fiddly steps, and you probably read these while muttering to yourself, “Yeah, like I really have time to make that. I have a life, thank you, unlike some food bloggers I could name.”


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Halloween Hot Cocoa – Family Fresh Meals

Most Halloween nights around here are cold and wet. { Brrrrrrr} This Halloween Hot Cocoa will be the perfect drink to warm up your kiddos after a long night of trick or treating. Either surprise the kiddos with this fun treat, or have them help out creating the marshmallow ghosts.






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Ghosts in the Graveyard Halloween Dessert Shooters – Sugar Spun Run

Chocolaty, single-serving-sized, made-from-scratch Ghosts in the Graveyard Treats. These are a perfect Halloween dessert made with an easy no-bake chocolate cheesecake filling and Oreo Cookie crumbs! Top them off with cookie ‘tombstones’ and whipped cream ‘ghosts’!Hi everyone! I originally shared this recipe over a year ago, but with Halloween a mere 11 days away, I thought you might appreciate a semi-spooky Halloween dessert.


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Frankenstein Twinkies Pops – This Silly Girl’s Kitchen

A classic favorite, Twinkies are given a Halloween makeover with these Frankenstein Twinkies Pops! Frankenstein Twinkies Pops Aren’t these just adorable?! I love making cute treats with everyday products. Who doesn’t love a twinkie?! Put it on a stick, add some candy coating and a few embellishments and BAM a super cute Halloween treat!


11.

OREO Cookie Eyeballs Halloween Treat DIY – 100 Directions

These easy eyeball cookies are one of our favorite Halloween food crafts. This OREO Cookie Eyeballs Halloween Treat DIY aka my OREO eyeballs are fun to make and the kids will definitely love to eat them!






12.

Googly Eye Pretzel Kisses

These are so easy to make and super adorable. All kids (and adults!) will go crazy for these simple, fun Halloween treats! There are so many extremely creative, fun Halloween treats out there. I am not a huge fan of all of the artificial colors and stuff since my kids get so much candy from trick-or-treating.


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5-Ingredient Halloween Oreo Truffles | Chelsea’s Messy Apron

I’ve kept the text brief on this one to basically include the ingredients and where I’ve found them. Please note that each recipe is for making an entire batch of ONE type of truffle.


14.

Try These Ghoulish Witch Finger Pretzel Rods

Witch finger pretzel rods are one spectacularly spooky sweet-and-salty treat for Halloween or any wizard-themed party. It takes just 4 ingredients to make this ghoulish recipe and it’s simple enough for kids to lend a hand (or at least a finger).






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Easy Sandwich Cookie Spiders

This post is brought to you to encourage parents to create happy memories with kids and let Huggies® Wipes take care of the mess! All opinions are entirely my own. I love to make fun treats in the kitchen with my kids, and with each holiday, I try to have an easy food craft project up my sleeve to make with them.


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Halloween Push-up Cake Pops

Guys… I’m sad. This is my last Halloween treat to share with you. The last 2 weeks went by so fast! I guess I’m not too sad though, because I’ve got some fun crafts coming your way next week! But for now, let’s give these push-up pops the attention they deserve!


17.

HAUNTED HAYSTACKS – Butter with a Side of Bread

Haunted Haystacks are a variation on a traditional butterscotch haystack that’s perfect for Halloween! Celebrate Halloween with these ghoulish little Haunted Haystacks! Delicious, easy to make & just a few ingredients required for these fun & festive desserts. Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year- I love all the fall flavors and spooky treats!






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Mini Halloween Cheesecakes – Life With The Crust Cut Off

Mini Halloween Cheesecakes are so easy to make, so delicious and omg are they super cute!!!! I love Halloween! I don’t decorate with cobwebs and cauldrons (because my house is already decked out in Fall decor), but I do love creating Halloween themed treats for my kids and our friends and family.


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Mummy Twinkie Pops – Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you know that I have a love/hate relationship with Twinkies. Meaning, I love to eat them and HATE when I reach in the box only to find that someone put it back in the cupboard empty. Which happens. Often.


20.

Vampire Donuts A Quick and Easy Treat For Halloween,

I first posted these Vampire Donuts A Quick and Easy Treat For Halloween, a few years ago. We have made them every year since then. We have improved or changed the recipe or creation process a little.






21.

Gooey Monster Cookies

We are HUGE Disney fans here at the Merkley house. Not only do we go to Disneyland every year, but we own almost every movie and love all things Disney. I may the biggest Disney fan of all in the family and still find myself in tears at the end of every movie…

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