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17 Spooky Delicious Halloween Treats Here!

I know that candy gets all the attention when it comes to Halloween treats, but let’s not forget about the party food! Between school, work, and other functions, it’s safe to bet you’re invited to (or hosting!) at least one Halloween shindig this year. And I think it would be in your best interest not to show up empty handed. I’ve got you covered in that department with a few slightly spooky and delightfully fun ghoulish treats and tasters in the gallery below. Click through for all the best ideas!


  • Mummy Dogs 1 of 17

    You'll be scared silly with how simple these come together!

    Dig up the recipe here from Damn Delicious

  • Puff Pastry Intestines 2 of 17

    Ewwww... and awesome all at the same time. Isn't puff pastry the best?

    All the gory details here from The Knead For Speed

  • Banana Ghosts 3 of 17

    Here's a bit of a healthy alternative to the sugar rush of Halloween! Banana Ghosts!

    Scare the details up here from Lauren Conrad

  • Band-Aid Grahams 4 of 17

    Once you reign in your gag reflex, these bloody band-aid cookies come together in a snap.

    Hazardously simple details here from Noble Pig

  • Candy Corn Rice Krispies 5 of 17

    Take a break from the gross out stuff with these yummy candy corn rice krispies. 

    Recipe here from Martha Stewart

  • Brainy Cupcakes 6 of 17

    Get your thinking caps on (get it, hah!)...

    Summon your frosting skills with this tutorial from Martha Stewart

  • Ghastly Pear Ghosts 7 of 17

    Cover those pears with caramel and frosting and pipe on a ghoulish face for a sweet and tasty scare.

    Dastardly simple directions here from Taste Of Home

  • Clementine Pumpkins 8 of 17

    The directions call for pipe cleaners to be used as stems but I bet you could use a celery stick to make the whole thing completely edible. 

    Pumpkin perfection here from Lauren Conrad

  • Ladies’ Fingers And Men’s Toes 9 of 17
    ladies fingers mens toes

    Finger foods, my favorite!

    Details on these delightful digits here from Martha Stewart

  • Salty Bones 10 of 17

    Refrigerated breadstick dough is the trick to these boney treats.

    Break a leg with this recipe from Spoonful

  • Candy Corn Marshmallows 11 of 17

    Tone down the creepy with these cute little candy corn dipped marshmallows. They're kind of adorable don't you think?


    Satisfy your sweet tooth with this how-to from Made To Be A Momma


  • Monster Apple Bites 12 of 17

    For a healthy alternative snack on these creepy monster bites, those teeth are yogurt covered raisins (I've also seen them done with marshmallows). 


    Sink your teeth into these details from We Do Fun Here

  • Mummy Jigglers 13 of 17
    mummy jello jigglers

    What kid doesn't love jigglers and these mummy ones are perfect for Halloween. 

    Find the undead instructions here from Ginger Snap Crafts

  • New Item 14 14 of 17

    These pretzel spider webs serve up a tasty little snack.

    Get all the sticky details here from Mom Endeavors

  • Eyeball Punch 15 of 17

    Here's a Halloween twist on an old standard. Sherbet and 7-Up with a candy eyeball, gross!


    Don't blink or you'll miss these instructions from Dukes &Duchesses

  • Zombie Fingers 16 of 17

    String cheese and red bell peppers make up the bones of this spooky snack. 

    Get your digits on the sugar-free details from

  • Ghost Cookies 17 of 17

    Oooooo! Cutest little ghosts made from white chocolate dipped Nutter Butters. So tasty!

    Get the ghoulish goods here from Musings From A Stay At Home Mom


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