Cute (Not Creepy) Halloween Recipes That Will Put a Spell on You

Brains and eyeballs and skulls - oh my! There’s so many non-appetizing Halloween treats out there that we’ve decided to go for the adorable (and edible) side. These boo-tiful and spooktacular treats are perfect for kids of all ages! So bubble, bubble, toil and trouble...let’s get to brewing up some tasty and creative Halloween treats.

Mummy Dogs

“These cute and simple Mummy Dogs have been one of my kids’ favorites since they were little. On Halloween they get home from school, we do their homework, and then we have a quick Halloween dinner before getting dressed in costumes to go trick-or-treating.” - Kat

Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats

“Such a fun easy treat the whole family will love, especially the kids! Traditional rice krispies treats are tinted orange, shaped into rounds and topped with a pretzel stick and shaped green candy, such as airheads (or green fondant). Perfect for Halloween and Thanksgiving parties, or a weekend edible craft.” - Jaclyn

Scary-Cute Monster Mash Halloween Brownies

“The time of monsters and scary movies, haunted houses and spooks. It is also the time for sticky-sweet treats like these Monster Mash Halloween Brownies. Me and my little ghoul-friend made these over the top Halloween brownies together. Holiday baking is family fun in our kitchen. Magically swirled with bright purple and green buttercream on top of fudgy brownies, this treat has a trick inside.” - Teri

Halloween Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

“These Halloween cookies show my weakness for one of my favorite flavor pairings— peanut butter and chocolate! They’re simple and delicious!” - Stefanie

Halloween Oreos

“They turned out so incredibly cute, and I think they will be perfect to share with friends (if we don't just eat them all ourselves). The best part is that they're super easy to make! I made all four varieties in about an hour and a half (and spent part of that time breaking up fights between my naughty children). They're so fun, and so easy to customize in any way you can imagine!” - Alicia

Halloween Candy Bark

“When you need a quick and easy idea for Halloween, I’ve got you covered with this simple recipe for Worm, Bugs and Eyeball Halloween Candy Bark. Halloween Candy Bark is one of the best no-bake desserts to make with your kids.” - Amy

Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicles

“Just one of many Candy Corn Ideas for this time of year. A simple treat for after school, Halloween party or a fall celebration…hand them out after a hayride, raking leaves or an afternoon bonfire.” - Susan

Hocus Pocus Rice Krispies Treats

“These Hocus Pocus rice krispies treats are dipped in chocolate and decorated with a candy eyeball and black icing. The spell book treats are easy to make and great for Halloween parties and movie nights.” - Crystal

Halloween Candy-Coated Rolo Pretzel Pumpkins

“Rolo pretzels get a Halloween makeover! Candy-coated Rolo pretzel pumpkins require few ingredients and far less time than their carved counterparts!” - Emily

Halloween S’mores Dip

“This Halloween s’mores dip needs only two ingredients, takes minutes to make, and is a super-fun Halloween party food idea.” - Meaghan

Haunted Halloween Ghost Brownies

“These fun and easy Haunted Halloween Ghost Brownies are sure to please all your guests both young and old. While the instructions include a scratch brownie recipe, feel free to use boxed, if that is your preference. They will be just as spooky & appreciated.” - Robin

Spooky Chocolate Vanilla Oreo Fudge

“Layers of chocolate, vanilla, Oreo cookies, and sprinkles make this Spooky Chocolate Vanilla Oreo Fudge a fun treat to make and eat. Candy eyes give it the spooky ‘Eye will be watching you’ feel.” - Jocelyn

Graveyard Pudding Cookie Cups

“Graveyard Pudding Cookie Cups have become such a classic Halloween dessert. These individual cups would be a great after school treat or holiday party.” - Amy

Slime Monster Popcorn

“A quick and easy popcorn recipe that’s perfect for kids Halloween parties. It’s so much fun to make. This recipe is also great for popcorn balls too! “ - April

Milk Chocolate Stuffed Jack-O-Lantern Cookies

“Fridays require something sweet, enter these Milk Chocolate Stuffed Jack-O’-Lantern Cookies. Sweet milk chocolate, sandwiched between spiced brown sugar cookies, and finished with a light dusting of cinnamon sugar. There’s nothing not to love about these cookies.” - Tieghan

Kid-Friendly Witches’ Brew Halloween Punch

“I have a delicious recipe to fill your cauldron this Halloween. Hehehehehe. (Read in a cackling witches voice.) If you need a Halloween punch for an upcoming party, this kid-friend Witches’ Brew is sure to put a spell on your guests. It is a delicious mix of sweet and sour in a delightfully festive green potion.” - Jen

Spooky Black Caramel Apples

“Perfect for the season, I put a fun and spooky spin on caramel apples, adding McCormick black food coloring to the mix! These are the perfect addition to any Halloween party. Kids and adults will love them!” - Rachel

Butterbeer Cookies

“With one bite of these delicious cookies, you will feel like you are taking flight on your Firebolt broomstick. They are buttery and sweet and we love the creamy vanilla drizzle. These really do taste like you're sipping a butterbeer in Diagon Alley. Yum!” - Kitchen Crew

Milk Chocolate Ghost Halloween Bark

“This super fun Milk Chocolate Ghost Halloween Bark has to be the quickest & easiest Halloween treat I have ever made! It requires only 2 ingredients, looks awesome & tastes great. Literally the perfect no fuss, no bake treat to give out to those trick or treaters this year!” - Emma

Spooky Pretzels

“Freakishly adorable pretzel rods decorated as Frankenstein and mummies for your upcoming Halloween festivities!” - Lauren

Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats

“I’m definitely not ready for that, so today I’m coming at you with these darling Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats. Kids will love decorating these fun treats, AND they don’t take long to set either, so they’ll be ready to devour in under an hour!” - Stephanie

Halloween Puppy Chow

“This Halloween puppy chow recipe is a fun, spooky, and perfect treat for October 31! Halloween sprinkles add the perfect twist to the classic chocolate, peanut butter, and powdered sugar snack.” - Natasha

“Spooky” Monster Halloween Cake Balls

“These monster Halloween cake balls are the perfect Halloween sweet treat – easy to make, ridiculously delicious and super fun to decorate. They are gluten free, with a dairy free option, and are easily transformed into Halloween themed cake pops by simply throwing some cake pop sticks into the mix.” - Kat

Candy Corn Cupcakes

“What’s for dessert? Cupcakes. Glorious dual-toned, frosting piled high, covered in an obscene sweet glaze decadent Candy Corn cupcakes.” - Amanda


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