Homemade Halloween treats are easy to make and fun to eat.
Use these ideas to wow your friends and family.
Because some of these recipes use the basic Rice Krispie Treat recipe, I am putting it here for easy access.
Buried Skeleton Cupcakes
Bury stretchy skeleton parts in the chocolate frosting and sprinkle with oreo cookie crumbs to make buried skeleton cupcakes.
These super cute and very easy skulls are created with marshmallows to make skeleton cupcakes.
For funny bones you need pretzels, mini marshmallows and white chocolate. Easy and fun.
Bag of Bones
Make these bag of bones cookies with egg whites, cream of tartar and ground chocolate wafer cookies. For nut allergies substitute vanilla extract for the almond extract.
Gingerbread Skeleton Cookies
Kids will love these fun gingerbread skeleton cookies that are gingerbread men with skeletons piped on with icing.
Use marshmallows and licorice sticks to make fun skull pops. Another great homemade Halloween treat!
Rice Krispie Treat Eyeballs
Shape Rice Krispie Treats into balls and dip in melted Candiquick. Finish with colored Candy Melts to make Rice Krispie Treat eyeballs.
Eyes and Fries
To make eyes and fries, decorate a fries box with google eyes and add gumball or chocolate eyeballs.
Make casket candy holders with paper or cardstock. Great party favors.
Add fangs and a mini Milky Way to lip shaped cookies for fun Vampire bites.
Vampire Blood Lollipops
These vampire blood lollipops look like the real thing. Make regular clear lollipops. After you pour them into circles on a baking sheet, you squirt red food coloring onto them. Great idea!
Chocolate Covered Witch Warts
Put chocolate covered raisins in a ziplock bag and use this printable Chocolate Covered Witch Warts header.
Fun favor Goody Witches are made with popcorn balls and witch hats.
Witch Hat Cookies
Use Hershey Kisses and shortbread cookies to make these easy witch hat cookies.
Witch Hat Treats
These clever witch hat treats hide a peanut butter cup inside, but if you make them for peanut allergy kids, use a Hershey Kiss instead.
Hairy Spider Cakes
Craft some great hairy spider cakes with gumdrops and pipe cleaners.
Orange Slice Pumpkin
This cute pumpkin favor idea is quickly put together with candy orange slices and a baggie. Tie off with green ribbon, make a face and he’s done.
Rice Krispie Treat Pumpkins
Shape Rice Krispie Treats into balls and dip in melted orange Candiquick. Add stem with green Candy Melts and you have Rice Krispie Treat pumpkins.
Cute Halloween cupcake collars to print and cut out.
E.L. Fudge Ghosts
Make E.L. Fudge ghosts by covering the cookies with white chocolate and adding chocolate chip eyes.
Wrap a tissue around a lollipop and tie a ribbon underneath to make lollipop ghosts.
White Chocolate Ghost Suckers
Use a pastry bag to squeeze out melted white chocolate into ghostly shapes.
Boo-tastic Goblin Treats
Make Rice Krispie treats and shape and decorate with candies to make your boo-tastic goblin treats.
Halloween Candy Bar Wrappers
These homemade Halloween treats will make any party great fun!