Easy Halloween Desserts That Taste (and Look) Wickedly Good
All-Seeing Slime Lollipops
With a few simple ingredients, you can make your own spooky lollipops at home! When wrapped in plastic, these bright-eyed lollies will keep at room temperature for a week.
These candy-coated treats are oozing with personality! Make a big batch for a class snack or a Halloween party. Store-bought cake mix and frosting streamline the preparation for these toothy pies so kids can focus on decorating.
You can transform cupcakes into witches in just a few steps, no magic spell required. Chocolate-flavored ice cream cones make perfect pointy hats, and Mike and Ike Tangy Twister candies make perfect pointy noses. Don't forget add few warts to finish off the look.
Beware! Little ghosts and goblins are sure to get tangled in these tasty webs. Serve these frosted cookies with a tall glass of milk.
Mini Franken Faces Cakes
Mini monster cakes start with store-bought pound cake. Cut the cake into rectangles and then decorate with green frosting and candy. These treats are frighteningly good.
Kids cannot live on treats alone at Halloween! See how to turn regular juice boxes into fun and spooky mummies.
Frosted Pumpkin Cupcakes
Create your own edible pumpkin patch with these adorable cupcakes.You'll only need 15 minutes to prep enough delicious sweets to feed a party full of people. You can even enlist your kids to help frost and decorate.
Recipe by Karen Tack; originally published in the November 29, 2008 issue of Family Circle magazine.
Monster Mash-Mallow Treats
Your little goblins will go crazy for these adorable cupcakes. You'll be happy, too, when you see how easy they are to make.
Hocus Pocus Hats
Want a delicious trick and treat experience for your party guests? These chocolate cone hats hide a cool ice-cream surprise! You'll only need six ingredients to pull off this sweet prank.
Cat's Meow Cookies
All hands on deck! These purr-fectly spooky black cat cookies are easy enough for kids to decorate. Just make sure they aren't eating all the candy decorations (from candy corn to licorice strips) as they are designing!
Use store-bought cupcakes and frosting to make these whimsical treats.
Scale down on the sweets with mini mummies. These chocolate cupcakes are all wrapped up in sour apple bubble gum tape. They are almost too cute to eat!
Creepy Creature Cake
Halloween Treats on Sticks
This treat is so easy to serve! The pumpkins are made from store-bought doughnuts decorated with frosting. Add a gumdrop as a stem and a quick face with more frosting, and you're set.
M&M's Pumpkin Cake
Guests will shriek over this impressive Jack-o-lantern cake. Bake this cake in 2 mixing bowls and transform it into a pumpkin by adding frosting, M&M's, and a candy bar stem. It's not only a dessert, it's a work of art!