These cute Halloween treats, snacks, and food recipes are sweet to look at and eat!




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Learn how to make cute Halloween snacks and treats with recipes, decorations and design tips that kids and adults will totally adore. You can also check out our Halloween treat bags and boxes post for ideas to pass out these treats to share these goodies as favors.

Scary Strawberries

These chocolate covered strawberries come in 3 figures: Count Dracula, mummies, and monsters. (via ABCs and Garden Peas)

Ghouls Guts Cake Shot

A decadent treat with vanilla cupcake and ice cream. (via Sugar and Cloth)

Marshmallow Ghost Cupcakes

These adorable ghosts are made from marshmallow buttercream frosting on a chocolate cupcake. (via Our Family of Seven)

Skeleton Cupcakes

So smart to use white chocolate covered pretzels to create the body of the skeleton. (via Your Cup of Cake)

Witches Feet Cupcakes

Get a kick out of this chocolate devil’s food cake mix with sour cream, buttermilk and peppermint extract topped with orange and white straws for stockings and black paper feet. (via Your Cup of Cake)

Floating Ghost Cupcakes

The trick to these hovering toppers on this chocolate cupcake is lollipops! (via Tara Teaspoon)

Poison Apple Cookies

Check out the detailed tutorial on how to get the decorations just right on these sugar cookies. (via Angelica Made Me)

Happy Ghost Cookies

No spook here with these joyful sugar cookies. (via Sarah Bake Studio)

Bat and Mummy Cookie Pops

These Nutter Butter treats would make adorable Halloween party favors. (via Five Heart Home)

Spider Cookies

Another peanut butter flavored cookie, with Lindt center to create the body of the spider. (via A Spicy Perspective)

Witch Hat Oreos

The peak of the witch hat is thanks to strawberries, and extra decorations from green icing and orange sprinkles. (via Evite)

Halloween Oreos

Make an assortment of Halloween figures, including a cat, Frankenstein, mummy, and pumpkins. (via The Baker Upstairs)

Gingerbread Skeleton

Halloween meets Christmas with this design that shows the inside and outside of the gingerbread man. (via Semi Sweet Designs)

Halloween Macarons

Follow the tutorials to create the fun faces of Frankenstein, pumpkin, spider, and a scary face on pre-made macarons. (via Eats Amazing)

Spooky Smores Bar

Use ghost-shaped Peeps for easy Halloween smores bars. (via Bake at 350)

Bubbling Witches Cauldron Brownie

A delicious suggestion to use mint extract for the bubbling contents. (via The First Year Blog)

Monster Marshmallows

This one’s a fun food decorating activity for kids. (via Made to be a Momma)

Pumpkin Pretzels

The lime tootsie rolls for the pumpkin stems add another fun flavor to these chocolate covered pretzels. (via Simple as That Blog)

Halloween Unicorn Donuts

Add otherworldly magic to your food with these sweet unicorn designs in purple, green, and white. (via One Sarcastic Baker)

Mickey Donuts

Or how about a little Disney magic with these spider, ghost, pumpkin and bat donuts with Mickey ears? (via Disney Family)

Mummy Truffles

Make truffles to create a treat that’s a little more sophisticated. (via OMG Chocolate Desserts)

Zombie Rice Krispies Treats

These Rice Krispie treats in ice cream cones are the most adorable zombies I’ve ever seen. (via Design Eat Repeat)

Ghastly Candy Bark

It looks fun to make the ghostly figures in this two-ingredient bark. (via The Simple Sweet Life)

Reeses Owls

All you need are Reese’s cups, mini Oreos, and candy corn for this easy treat. (via Inside Bru Crew Life)

It’s hard not to love these simple, cute Halloween treats, snacks, and recipes. So adorable!