13 Delicious Halloween Treat Ideas
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Need inspiration for some easy yet delectable Halloween treats that you can whip up yourself? Looking for recipes to make you the star of the neighborhood?
Fortunately for you, the team at BookCulinaryVacations.com did the grunt work and found the spookiest and most interesting Halloween snacks you can make right in your kitchen. Make this Halloween one to remember with these adorable and tasty treats!
Halloween Spider Cookies
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These cookies are not only easy to make, the miniature Reese's cups and candy eyes are all you need for this good looking Halloween treat everyone will love!
Mini Chocolate Bat Bites
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Who doesn’t love cute bats? These simple Halloween treats are easy to make and kids love them. You just need Oreos, miniature Reese's cups, some cream cheese frosting, and edible eyes.
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Everybody loves pizza! Make a special Halloween one by shaping the low-moisture mozzarella slices to look like ghosts. For a speedy meal, use frozen pizza dough. You just need to add the canned tomato sauce and you are done.
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Spooky Boo Brownies
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This is a Halloween recipe that will take a bit longer to make. You can cut corners by using a brownie mix, though (as per the recipe). You also need some marshmallows and black decorating gel. Spooky!
Spider Taco Ring
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Turn a simple taco ring – which is not only delicious but also a frugal meal – into a spooky one, by adding the spider legs and some shredded lettuce in the center and olives for the eyes. For the taco ring you need crescent rolls, ground beef, and some taco seasoning.
Spiderweb Caramel Apple
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These caramel apples will make you the star of the neighborhood. All you need is apples, caramel, dark chocolate, white chocolate and some wooden sticks.
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The mummy pretzels are very easy to make and you only need three ingredients: pretzels, white chocolate, and candy eyeballs. Get the kids to help make these cute Halloween treats.
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Looking for some healthy Halloween treats? These strawberry ghosts are easy to make and only require three ingredients: strawberries, coating, and some chocolate chips.
Jalapeño Popper Mummies
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Savory treats are well loved for a Halloween-themed party and these mummies look good and are easy to make. You just need some jalapeño peppers, cream cheese, jack cheese, crescent rolls, eggs and candy eyeballs.
Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups
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Oreos and pudding are the stars of this interesting looking Halloween treat idea. You will also need some pumpkin candies to make the cups in just 10 minutes.
Chips and Salsa Monster
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Whether you make the salsa at home or you get ready made one, this Halloween recipe is easy to make and tasty. You need green bell peppers, some string cheese (for the eyes and mouth), some olives and tortilla chips. Use toothpicks to secure the years, eyes and mouth.
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Candy Corn Cupcakes
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For these cupcakes, you need to either get a mix or make your own batter. Divide it equally in two bowls and use food coloring. Then just fill the muffin tins halfway with yellow batter and on top the orange one. Bake until done (20-25min), leave to rest and frost them.
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All you need for these adorable ghosts are some eggs and an electric mixer. Beat the eggs for the meringue, then using an icing bag create the ghosts. Bake and then let them cool down completely. Finish by adding its eyes and a ghoulish mouth with black gel.
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