1. White Chocolate Candy Corn Fudge

The colors of this treat will look gorgeous on your dessert table!

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2. Poison Toffee Apples

 

These black candied apples belong in a movie like Maleficent. They’re both beautiful and creepy at the same time. Oh, and they taste great too!

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3. Open-Face Bologna-and-Cheese Sandwiches

Use small cookie cutters to create the faces on slices of cheese, basil for the leaf, and bread crust for the stem.

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4. Spider Cakes

Making these adorable spider cakes is ridiculously easy. All you need are Ding Dongs, black licorice, googly eye candies, and frosting to help them stick onto the cakes. Use a skewer to poke holes for the licorice legs to rest in, and you’re done!

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5. Marbled Red Eggs

No doubt — these veiny, eyeball-looking eggs will capture people’s attention. Make them into deviled eggs to impress their taste buds as well.

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6. Monster Rice Krispie Treats

This is one of the simplest Halloween treats you can make—and your kids are going to love helping you create them!

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7. Chocolate Crescent Witch Hats

You only need three ingredients to make these cute pastries!

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8. Hot Dog Mummies

We all know how fast pigs in a blanket go at a party. Imagine the thrill of eating these pastry-wrapped mummy dogs. Your guests won’t be able to get enough of them!

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9. Spider Cookies

The best part about this treat idea? You can use any cookie you want (including refrigerated cookie dough if you don’t have time to make cookies from scratch)!

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10. Voodoo Doll Cookies

Break out the Christmastime gingerbread cookie cutter and make these adorably creepy cookie dolls. They were a big hit at the last Halloween party I attended.

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11. No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffle Mummies

Those eyes, though! Don’t let them creep you out too much—the pumpkin filling that lies beneath the white chocolate coating on these babies is to die (and come back to life) for!

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11 Scary Good Halloween Treats