20 Fabulous Treats for Halloween – These amazing Halloween treats are delicious enough to satisfy all the mischievous ghosts and ghouls who come knocking at your door. With these recipes, there is something for everyone.
My son isn’t a fan of Halloween. Halloween in England is very different than American Halloweens. It’s scary and costumes (even for children) are meant to be just that. So, my little boy always opted out. We’d go to the store and I’d take him to the costume section and see if he could bear to look at the terrifying masks on the shelves. If not, we’d know there was no way he could trick or treat with those masks being attached to walking talking bodies. So, because he’s not a big fan of the day, I never get too into it. Sure, I’ll make him some pumpkin filled sticky buns or chocolates, but that’s as far as I usually go. Just because we don’t do it just yet in our house, doesn’t mean you won’t be looking for some treats to make in yours. So, I’ve put together a list for you from all different bloggers so that you’ll have some great recipes all in one place.
Pumpkin Pie Sticky Buns
My recipe for Pumpkin Pie Sticky Buns is the perfect Halloween breakfast! My son can’t wait for Halloween just so I make them again! Get the recipe here.
Homemade Snicker Cups
Want to make something homemade for your kids this Halloween? My recipe for Homemade Snicker Cups is sure to please! Get the recipe here.
Mummy Milano Cookies
Easy Spider Oreo Balls
This recipe for Easy Spider Oreo Balls also from Chelsea’s Messy Apron, are Simple OREO Ball “Spiders,” an easy Candy Corn Punch, and a fun way to decorate your table this Halloween! Get the recipe here.
Ghost Cookie Cups
This recipe for Ghost Cookie Cups, again from Chelsea’s Messy Apron, was too cute to pass up! This recipe is perfect if you’ve put off making treats for a Halloween event. There are only 6 ingredients and minimal time required. And this dessert is dressed to impress! Get the recipe here.
Salted Caramel Apple Snickers Cake
Halloween Peanut Butter Popcorn Balls
This recipe for Halloween Peanut Butter Popcorn Balls from Mariah’s Pleasing Plates is a fun and easy treat! Honey Nut Chex, Rice Krispies, and Popcorn are coated in a sticky sweet, peanut butter marshmallow coating and then mixed with Reese’s Pieces and candy corn! Get the recipe here.
Ultimate Caramel Apples
This recipe for Ultimate Caramel Apples from Cooking Classy is a beautiful, indulgent, way to dress up your Halloween menu. Get the recipe here.
Bloody Good Cheesecake
This recipe for Bloody Good Cheesecake Recipe from Sugar Dish Me is the spookiest Halloween treat that is sure to be the scary centerpiece of your party! Red velvet cheesecake is baked on a chocolate crust and covered in a blood-red homemade gel frosting. Get the recipe here.
Individual Caramel Cheesecake Apple Dip
Orange Brownie Trifle
This Orange Brownie Trifle recipe from Lisa at Wine & Glue is so super easy and it’s the to die for combo of orange and chocolate, which also just so happens to make it perfect for Halloween! Get the recipe here.
Mini Monster Chocolate Whoopie Pies with Orange Cream Filling
This recipe for Mini Monster Chocolate Whoopie Pies with Orange Cream Filling from Melanie Makes couldn’t be easier to create. They are the perfect Halloween classroom party treat! Get the recipe here.
Peanut Butter Cup Stuffed S’mores Brownies
Candy Corn Fudge
Salted Turtle Caramel Apples
This recipe for Salted Turtle Caramel Apples from Flavor the Moments are dipped in homemade caramel, then drizzled with melted chocolate with a sprinkling of toasted pecans and flaky sea salt. These caramel apples will give you your candy fix the homemade way! Get the recipe here.
Spooky Spiderweb Cake
Pumpkin Mini Cheesecakes
Witches’ Brew Cupcakes
This recipe for Witches’ Brew Cupcakes from Gluten Free Yumms is a fun, gluten-free treat anyone can enjoy. Get the recipe here.
Flourless Peanut Butter Skillet Cookie