Halloween is almost here! It is always a favorite holiday around here, as I have younger kids. My son has been planning what he wants to be all year and has even picked out a costume for his sister. If you have kids, you may be thinking of some cute treats to make for them or for their class party. If you don’t have kids, you may be wanting to make some treats just to have at home or for an adult Halloween party. Whatever the occasion, I have created a list of 80 Fun Halloween Treats and Halloween snacks that will be sure to delight!
The list includes everything from brownies to cookies to cakes. There are even some savory recipes if you aren’t a fan of sweet snacks. Try one or two, or more, from the list below. Maybe you can try an old classic treat, like a Halloween brookie, or try something new and fun, like some Zombie Bait Chex Mix. Creepy options, cute options, vegan options, options for everyone!
I would love to hear which ones you are thinking of making in the comments below! Here is the full list of 80 Fun Halloween Treats!
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The brownie cemetery uses crushed Oreos for dirt, decorated Milano cookies for tombstones, and then adds on candy corn. This Halloween treat recipe is from Hispana Global.
Halloween Brownie Bites
These adorable Halloween Brownie Bites are decorated with frosting, candy pumpkins, and mini tombstones to complete the spooky look. This recipe is from Food Fun & Faraway Places.
Halloween Oreo Brookie Bars
Brookies are always one of my favorite treats since it combines two of my favorite things, cookies and brownies! From Valerie’s Kitchen has created a Halloween Brookie using the Halloween Oreos, chocolate chip cookie, and brownie.
These easy to make Halloween monster brownies are topped with a cute monster face. The kids can help decorate and make these delicious brownies as well! Recipe was created by Where Is My Spoon.
Bloody Bone Cupcakes
If you are going for more of a creepy, rather than cute, factor, try these bloody bone cupcakes from Ottawa Mommy Club. These are a chocolate cupcake with a buttercream frosting. They are topped with a bloody gummy bone.
Chocolate Swiss Roll Bat Cakes
The best thing about this is that it only requires 3 ingredients and no baking! These adorable Halloween bats use Swiss Rolls, chocolate chips, and candy eyes. This cute creation is from Kim Schob.
Epic Halloween Cupcakes
These cupcakes use gel food coloring to get the bright colors, along with some Halloween themed sprinkles. The kids will have fun decorating too! This Halloween cupcake recipe is from Ruffles and Rain Boots.
Frankenstein Cake Pops
These cute Frankenstein Cake Pops can use cake made from scratch or box cake to save time. This fun Halloween cake pop recipe is from The Soccer Mom Blog.
These fun ghost cupcakes are made using only 5 ingredients and are sure to liven up any Halloween party. This Halloween cupcake recipe was created by Kim Schob.
Gluten Free Spider Cupcakes
These Spider Halloween cupcakes are a great gluten free option. The cupcakes are a pumpkin flavor topped with an Oreo cookie for the spider’s body. This cute Halloween cupcake was created by Texanerin Baking.
Keep Calm And Eat Ice Cream has created a fun Halloween cakesicle recipe that lets you bring out your creative side. There are many different versions you can make, including a bat, a pumpkin, a monster, and a mummy.
Halloween Cake Pops
The kids will have fun helping to decorate these festive Halloween Cake Pops. Use black and orange icing, along with eyes or other spooky or cute decorations. These cake pops were created by Life Begins With Dessert.
This version of the Halloween cake pops is from The Anthony Kitchen and is made to look like ghosts, mummies, or monsters.
Halloween Push Pops
The Halloween Push Pop recipe is from Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt. It uses yellow cake with black food dye, along with brightly colored icing to create this Halloween inspired look.
These easy cupcakes use only three ingredients and are great for either planning ahead or for those last minute parties! This is from Kim Schob.
Oreo Biscuit Cake
This delicious Halloween cake uses Oreos, yogurt, and other regular baking ingredients. It is topped off with bats to give it the Halloween spirit. Recipe is from Sugar Spice N’ Everything Nice.
Pumpkin and Ginger Cupcakes
In The Playroom gives three different variations for these cupcakes. Each uses fruits or veggies, which makes these a slightly healthier version to eat.
This spooky Halloween cupcakes are topped with mini tombstones made from ladyfinger cookies. This recipe comes from The Inspiration Edit.
Vampire Cake Pops
These cute vampire cake pops are from Moms & Munchkins. They use a fruit roll-up as the vampire’s cape.
Vegan Mummy Cupcakes
Not only are these mummy cupcakes adorable, but they are easy to make too! The mummy wrapping uses vegan buttercream and the eyes are made with chocolate chips. This recipe was created by Vegan Huggs.
Witches Cauldron Cake Pops
Cauldron-themed Halloween cake pops are unbelievably easy to make (and decorate!). They are so cute that they’re sure to be the hit of the school Halloween party or any festive gathering! This recipe is from Made In A Pinch.
Bat Sugar Cookies
These cookies are fun for the whole family to make. Get the kids involved in decorating these adorable bat shaped cookies. Easy to make and you don’t have to chill the dough. This recipe is from The Six Figure Dish.
Candy Corn Mason Jar Cookies
The fun Halloween mason jar cookies are topped off with an adorable spider. Perfect to get in the Halloween spirit! This recipe was created by Moms and Munchkins.
Cookie Witch Hats
The cookie witch hats are made using Hershey kisses on top of chocolate cookies. They are then decorated with frosting. This cute idea is from Home Cooked Harvest.
Easy Halloween Bats
These easy Halloween bats are made using Oreos and peanut butter cups, along with candy eyes. This recipe is from Ann’s Entitled Life.
Easy Halloween Chocolate Chip Sandwich
This recipe combines two chocolate chip cookies and a creamy middle rolled in sprinkles. This festive Halloween recipe is from TropRockin.
Edible Pumpkin Cookie Dough
The Halloween season would not be complete without a pumpkin flavored item mixed in! This is perfect for the cookie dough lover in your life and takes less than 15 minutes to make. This recipe was created by The Six Figure Dish.
These Frankenstein cookies are easy to make and the kids can help decorate. This recipe is from Oh My! Creative.
Goblin Skillet Cookie
This is a chocolate chip cookie that uses ghoul mix M&Ms mixed in. Perfect for kids and adults of all ages! This adorable recipe is from Quiche My Grits.
Halloween Candy Cookies
This Halloween cookie recipe is perfect for using up leftover Halloween candy. They are customizable because you can use any Halloween candy you want. This delicious recipe is from Cookie Dough Diaries.
Hocus Pocus Cookies
This adorable Halloween recipe uses melting chocolate and frosting to recreate the Sanderson sisters from Hocus Pocus. And if you have never seen Hocus Pocus, definitely go watch it! This recipe is from Get Your Holiday On.
Here is another cookie that is inspired by the Hocus Pocus movie. These cookies contain M&Ms along with a surprise Witches’ brew ooze in the center. This version is from The Soccer Mom Blog.
Jumbo Pumpkin Sugar Cookie
This is basically a giant pumpkin cookie cake. The perfect Halloween treat! This recipe is from When Is Dinner?
Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Patch Cookies
This cookie recipe provides the perfect combination of Disney and fall. It was created by Military Fam of 8.
This Halloween cookie recipe uses chocolate chip cookies and frosting combined with marshmallows and white chocolate chips. Each person in the family can make their own monster. This recipe is from Food Wine Sunshine.
Monster Eye Crinkle Cookies
These cookies are super easy to make and are made using cake mix, edible eyeballs, and a few other easy ingredients. This recipe was created by XOXO Bella.
The adorable Halloween cookies are made to look like mummies by decorating chocolate cookies with buttercream frosting. The kids can even help decorate these. This recipe is from Crayons & Cravings.
Here is another cute version of Mummy cookies that is made using shortbread dough infused with vanilla and cinnamon. This recipe is from Cooked by Julie.
No-Bake Owl Cookies
These no-bake Halloween cookies are made using graham crackers, Oreos, and frosting. Perfect for a quick snack at home or a treat for the whole class. This cute idea is from Dancing Through The Rain.
These Halloween spider cookies only use four ingredients and can be made in less than 30 minutes. Recipe is from In The Kids Kitchen.
These adorable spiderweb cookies are made using Oreos, colored candy wafers, and gel icing. This cute recipe is from Food Fun & Faraway Places.
Sour Cream Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting
These cookies are both easy to make and can be made into fun Halloween shapes by using cookie cutters. This recipe is from Saving Talents.
Vegan Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
These vegan cookies are also gluten free and are made with pumpkin and dairy free chocolate chips. This healthier recipe was created by Strength & Sunshine.
Witch Finger Shortbread Cookies
These cookies are made using shortbread dough, almonds for fingernails, and frosting to mimic blood. These creepy Halloween cookies were created by The Suburban Soapbox.
Here is another version of the Witch Finger Halloween Cookie. The dough is dusted with cocoa powder and almonds are used for the fingernails. This version is from Muy Bueno.
Witch Hat Cookies
This adorable Halloween cookie recipe is from Crayons & Cravings. They are made using chocolate cookies, Hershey kisses, and buttercream frosting.
Zombie Pumpkin Patch Cookie Pizza
This fun Halloween themed cookie pizza uses candy pumpkins, gummy worms, and Sour Patch zombies as decorations. Kids of any age will love this! This recipe is from The Moody Blonde.
Other Halloween Treats
Candied Halloween Popcorn
This recipe is easy to make and tastes great! Drizzle melted chocolate over the popcorn and mix in your favorite candy. This recipe is from The Moody Blonde.
If spooky and gross are more what you are looking for, here is another version of candied popcorn. This is bloody popcorn with bones from Finding Zest. The “blood” is made using Jello mix.
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
The Halloween chocolate covered strawberries use only three ingredients and can be decorated using a toothpick and piping bag. Make mummies, skulls, or any other Halloween themed monster. This recipe is from Marley’s Menu.
Donut Hole Eyeballs
These are so quick to make and perfect for that special Halloween breakfast for your kids. Use food coloring and candy eyeballs to create this look. This recipe is from Cooking With Janica.
Easy Candy Apples
These candy apples are easy to make for a delicious and a little bit healthier treat. Perfect for a Halloween party or to wrap and give to trick or treaters. This easy candy apple recipe is from XOXO Bella.
Here is another candy apple version that is made to both look and taste like candy corn! This version was created by The Soccer Mom Blog.
Easy Halloween Fruit Kabobs
The Halloween fruit kabobs offer a healthy, yet still fun, treat for kids. They include banana ghosts, pumpkin shaped cantaloupe, and monster grapes with eyeballs. This Halloween snack idea is from 3 Boys and a Dog.
Easy Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cup
If you are looking for a healthy Halloween treat, try these Jack-O-Lantern fruit cups. Simply carve a face into the peel of an orange and place the fruit inside. This recipe is from Eating On A Dime.
Ghost and Mummy Halloween Pretzels
These Halloween pretzels are super cute while being easy and quick to make. Just dip in the melted chocolate and put on the eyes. This recipe is from Curry Trail.
The Halloween Bark with candy corn is so easy to make and only uses a few ingredients, including white chocolate, food coloring, sprinkles, and candy corn. This recipe is from Fun Money Mom.
Here is another version of the Halloween bark that includes candy corn, monster eyes, and pieces of Oreo. Recipe is from Honey & Lime.
And finally, a third version of Halloween bark. This one includes a unique ingredient, quinoa! Recipe is from Nourish Nutrition.
Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board
Combine all your family’s favorite Halloween candies into this festive charcuterie board. Easy to put together and something the whole family will enjoy. This idea is from Hispana Global.
Halloween Dessert Waffles
This Halloween themed waffle has a pumpkin pie flavor and is topped with cute Halloween decorations. This Halloween breakfast recipe is from Hey Mom! What’s Cooking?
Halloween Dirt Cups
This Halloween treat is made using pudding, cookies, and various candy for decoration. Recipe from Desserts On A Dime.
Homemade Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights
This recipe is a copycat version of the Little Debbie Pumpkin Delight snack. This version is a bit healthier and is gluten-free, vegan, and allergen free. This Halloween recipe is from Strength & Sunshine.
Halloween Popcorn Balls
The Halloween popcorn balls would make a cute addition to any party. These are made using popcorn, marshmallows, and Halloween sprinkles, along with a few other fun ingredients. This recipe was created by Boulder Locavore.
Ice Cream Cups
Quiche My Grits created a great Halloween themed ice cream cup recipe. These can also be made ahead of time for a Halloween party. There are two different options including a mint chocolate chip monster or a vanilla Nutter Butter ghost.
The marshmallow witches are made from marshmallows, Oreos, Hershey’s kisses, and a little shredded coconut. This cute Halloween treat recipe is from Ottawa Mommy Club.
Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes
The cheesecake is made with a pumpkin flavor and topped with frosting in a pumpkin shape. This adorable Halloween recipe is from Bubba Pie.
Mummy Cherry Hand Pies
The Halloween pies are made using pie dough sheets and cherry pie filling. You can also use gluten free dough to make this more allergen friendly. This recipe was created by Boulder Locavore.
These Halloween Oreo Pops are so cute and much easier to make than traditional cake pops. Simply dip the Oreos in melted chocolate and decorate. This idea is from Honey & Lime.
Pretzel Screaming Ghosts
These Halloween pretzels are easy to make and require only three ingredients. These can last up to 7-10 days in an airtight container, so can be made ahead of time. This recipe is from 3 Boys and a Dog.
Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream
If you are a fan of making your own ice cream, try out this Halloween inspired pumpkin spice ice cream recipe from In The Kitch. You can make it more festive for Halloween by topping with toy spiders, Halloween sprinkles, or Halloween candy.
Rice Krispie Treats
There are so many fun and creative things you can do to spice up the original rice krispie treat recipe. Here are a few different versions of Halloween themed treats you can make. The first one is a Frankenstein inspired one from Emily Fabulous.
This fun Halloween treat can be decorated in any color and style that you wish. The whole family can make their own monster design. Recipe from Curry Trail.
The Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats are made using food coloring, a Tootsie roll stem, and a fruit roll-up leaf. This Halloween treat was created by Desserts On A Dime.
Here is another Halloween rice krispie treat version that is shaped like a candy corn. Perfect for those who aren’t fans of actual candy corn! This version is from Saving Dollars and Sense.
Twinkie Chocolate Bats
This yummy Halloween treat is created by covering chocolate Twinkies in melted chocolate and then decorating to look like bats. This was created by Oh My! Creative.
Witch Ice Cream Sundaes
This Halloween ice cream sundae recipe was created by Nibble and Dine. She used Pizzelle cookies, chocolate and pistachio ice cream, chocolate chips, and assorted candies to create this adorable witch.
Savory Halloween Snacks
Simply use a paring knife and some googly eyes to make these adorable cheese monsters. This idea is from Danya Banya.
Creamy Pumpkin Cauliflower Alfredo
This one is really more of a meal than a snack or treat, but I just had to include this one because it’s so perfect for Halloween! This recipe uses black rice pasta noodles and is topped with a pumpkin sauce. The recipe is from The Forked Spoon.
Ghostly Halloween Guacamole
This guacamole recipe would be a perfect Halloween appetizer. The ghosts are made from flatbread using Halloween cookie cutters. This cute recipe is from In The Playroom.
Halloween Stuffed Pumpkins
These savory Halloween Stuffed Pumpkins are filled with a wild rice stuffing and are a healthier Halloween treat. This recipe is from Happy Kitchen.
Hot Dog Mummies
The hot dog mummies are made using hot dogs and crescent roll dough. Easy to make and fun to eat! This recipe was created by The Soccer Mom Blog.
Jack O’ Lantern Butternut Squash Risotto Balls
These wonderful Jack O’ Lantern Risotto Balls are the best way of using up leftover risotto, and are fun to decorate with kids or your friends. They taste divine and are brightly colored like pumpkins. This recipe is vegan and was created by The Vegan Larder.
If creepy and gross are what you are aiming for, try this Halloween appetizer. You can make these eyeballs as bloody looking as you want with the use of marinara sauce. Green and black olives form the rest of the eyeball. This recipe is from Salty Side Dish.
The Mummy Meatballs are created by In The Kids Kitchen. Ingredients include meatballs, marinara sauce, crescent roll dough, and black olives.
Make your lunch or dinner more fun and adorable with this Mummy Pizza. String cheese is used for the mummy wrappings. This idea is from Fun Money Mom.
Pumpkin Spice Fall Chex Mix
The Pumpkin Spice Chex Mix is the perfect combination of salty and sweet. The recipe combines Bugles, Chex cereal, pretzels, pecans, and candy to create this mix. This recipe is from Aleka’s Get-Together.
Purple Sweet Potato Spice Monster Biscuits
The monster biscuits would make the perfect addition to your Halloween breakfast meal. They can be decorate with chocolate chips, fruit, walnut halves, or whatever else you have on hand. This recipe is also vegan and is from Healthy Slow Cooking.
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Fall would not be complete without roasting and eating some pumpkin seeds! From Valerie’s Kitchen shares the perfect way to roast pumpkin seeds.
Spider Deviled Eggs
My Productive Backyard brings us a great Halloween deviled egg recipe made to look like a spider. The body and legs are made from black olives and the eyes are made from capers.
Zombie Bait Chex Mix
This delicious chex mix has both savory and sweet flavors. It requires only four ingredients, including Rice Chex, candy melts, and candy worms. The recipe is from Food Folks and Fun.
I hope this list of 80 Fun Halloween Treats and Snacks has been helpful for you in planning your Halloween party, a fun night at home, or just a special treat for the kids! Which one of these are you planning on trying next? Are there any other treats you have every year that wasn’t included on the list?
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