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18 Adorably Spooky Halloween Treats You Need to Make

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Halloween is coming soon, so now is the time to make all of your spooky Halloween treats to share with friends and family. Whether you are hosting a party or just want some fun treats for the kiddos you are going to love these Halloween treats! 

1. Creepy Cute Monster Halloween Cookies

Halloween monster cookies with eyeballs.
Photo Credit: My Everyday Table.

These cookies are easy to make with a box of white cake mix, eggs, oil, food coloring, and candy eyes! After your cookie dough is mixed, separate the dough so that you can have a colorful platter of creepy cute monster Halloween cookies to share! 

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2. Creepy Cute Halloween Charcuterie Board

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Charcuterie boards are easy to make and perfect for any occasion or celebration including Halloween. All you need are your favorite cheeses, meats, fruits, and candy for a delicious charcuterie board everyone will love. Give it a little extra Halloween flair with some plastic spiders, skeletons, or pumpkins. 

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3. Halloween Oreo Truffle Ghosts

Halloween oreo truffle ghost.
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You only need three ingredients to make these adorable Halloween Oreo truffle ghosts. Simply crumble your Oreos and mix them with cream cheese so that you can form it into balls. Dip these balls into your melted white chocolate and give your ghosts a spooky face for a delicious Halloween treat! 

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4. Candied Apples

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Candied apples are always a Halloween staple but these candied apples are made with a healthy twist. These candied apples use brown rice syrup and chopped walnuts to give them their delicious candied apple texture and flavor. 

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5. Graveyard Dirt Cupcakes

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If you’re looking for a lightly sweet treat that is a little healthier than most Halloween recipes you might enjoy these Halloween dirt cups. These treats are lightly sweetened with applesauce, honey, and coconut sugar. A tasty, fun treat for everyone this Halloween season! 

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6. Cauldron Cake

If you are looking for an adorable individually portioned dessert this Halloween then these cauldron cakes are for you! Full of chocolate flavor, and perfectly portioned too! You are going to love this spooky Halloween treat and you won’t even have to share!

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7. Halloween Snickers Mummy Treats

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These Snickers mummy treats are incredibly easy to make with some puff pastry, miniature Snickers bars, and some candy eyes. Flaky puff pastry filled with a melty Snickers bar? Yes, please! You are going to love these sweet Halloween treats. 

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8. Halloween Monster Eye Pretzels

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These Halloween monster eye pretzels are easy to make and they will look amazing on your Halloween snack table. Simply melt some black candy melts, dip your pretzels, and add some candy eyes and you are all set. You can even have the kids help make this Halloween treat!

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9. No Churn Halloween Ice Cream

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Are you looking for a frozen treat to celebrate Halloween with this year? Then you are going to love this simply delicious no churn Halloween ice cream. Flavorful, and colorful, with lots of Halloween flair this is a treat everyone will love! 

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10. Candy Apples

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Candy apples are a Halloween staple and while you can buy them at the store they are so easy to make, why would you? Pick your favorite apples, stick a popsicle stick in them and dip it in your homemade three ingredient candy mixture!

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11. Halloween Donuts

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These spooky Halloween donuts are fall flavored with apple cider, cinnamon, and nutmeg, are baked and then decorated for Halloween fun. Dip these donuts in green frosting and chocolate sprinkles to give them that Frankenstein flare. Add some candy eyes, and marshmallows for ears to complete these scary looking treats!

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12. Spooky Halloween Bark

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Halloween bark is such a fun Halloween treat to make and enjoy and you can let the kids get in on the fun. You can add any of your favorite Halloween candy or cookies to this bark recipe and it will still turn out perfect and delicious every time! 

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12. Halloween Chocolate Covered Oreos

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These Halloween chocolate covered Oreos are perfect for serving at your next Halloween party, or even for a family movie night watching your favorite family scares. Colorful candy melts, Oreos, candy eyes and chocolate chips are all you need to turn your plain Oreos into pumpkins, Frankenstein, Dracula, or ghosts! 

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13. Halloween Popcorn Balls

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These sweet and salty popcorn balls are designed to look like Frankenstein and they are perfect for handing out to party goers or trick or treaters as a single serving treat! As a bonus the kiddos get some fun, plastic vampire teeth to play with after they eat their treats! 

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14. Spider Web Acai Bowl and Acai Ghost Popsicles

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Looking for a healthy Halloween treat the kid will love? Then check out this acai spider web bowl with yogurt webs, and grape and raisin spiders, or these acai ghost popsicles that are dipped in white chocolate with candy eyeballs for a yummy treat they’ll love. 

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15. Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs

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These jack-o-lantern hot chocolate bombs are perfect for warming up on a cool fall evening. They only take a few minutes to make, and you could even hand them out to your trick or treaters, or use them as party favors for a Halloween get together. 

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16. Maple Cinnamon Mummy Cookies

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These maple cinnamon mummy cookies have all of the flavors of fall in a soft, chewy cookie that you are going to love. Give them some Halloween flair with homemade frosting designed to look like a mummy, and some candy eyes to complete the look. These easy to make cookies are sure to please! 

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17. Vampire Teeth Cookies

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These adorably spooky vampire teeth cookies are made with store bought cookies, red icing, marshmallows and candy corn. They are so easy to assemble you can let the kids make them as a fun after school project. 

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18. Gingerbread Caramel Crunch Popcorn

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Cinnamon, ginger, cloves, molasses, and brown sugar come together for a salty sweet treat that everyone will enjoy. Once your popcorn is complete, serve it in a Halloween themed container and add some spooky plastic spiders to it for even more fun! 

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