10 Simple and Spooky DIY Halloween Treats
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10 Simple and Spooky DIY Halloween Treats

"These easy DIY Halloween treats will take your party from spooky to spook-tacular."

10 Simple and Spooky DIY Halloween Treats

Looking for scary-easy Halloween treats that are fangtastic and don't require hard work? These 10 treats range from kid-friendly healthy snacks to mouth-watering desserts that will be sure to satisfy any craving. I dare you to make one of these "to die for" treats, that will be the hit of any party!

1. Mini Chocolate Bat Treats

No bake, no mess! These batty snacks will be ready to “fly off your serving plates” within minutes. Try the dynamic duo of Oreo cookies and Reese’s peanut butter cups; I’m sure they won’t disappoint.

Recipe Details: ChelseasMessyApron

2. Hot Dog Mummies

Serve these “yummy mummies” for a snack or for lunch! These hot dogs are unique since many Halloween treats are dessert based. So, try em’ out, and I can guarantee these will be gobbled up within minutes.

Recipe Details: seakettle.com

3. Frozen “Boo”-nana Pops

If you’re looking for a compromise on a sweet and healthy treat, these pops are for you! They are fun to make with children because kids can add their own ghostly faces to each white chocolate banana pop.

Recipe Details: SkinnyTaste

4. Fearful Fruit Kebabs

This healthy and energizing snack is a good option for anyone who wants to take a break from candy. These festive treats will catch a person’s eye.

Recipe Details: SheKnows

5. Bloodshot Eyeballs

This eye-catching treat will be one that most won’t pass up. Horrifying on the outside, but what awaits under the scary appearance is a moist munchkin.

Recipe Details: WomansDay

6. Cheesy Broomsticks

These “wonderfully witchy” snacks are the perfect choice if you are looking to serve something with a little less sugar. Take a break from the candy and offer this savory treat instead

Recipe Details: OneLittleProject

7. Oreo Spider Webs

Give these crunchy chocolaty cookies a “spooky spin” this Halloween by adding a spider web design to each cookie.

Recipe Details: KellyStilwell

8. Frankenstein Pudding Cups

Another no bake snack! Decorate the cups with freakish Frankenstein faces and pour the green pudding in the cup and top it off with the crushed Oreos and voilà!

Recipe Details: StopLookingGetCookin

9. Spider Cupcakes

Just take an ordinary cupcake topped with chocolate frosting/chocolate sprinkles and add black licorice for the legs and eyes, and you will have some creepy crawly snacks ready to be devoured.

Recipe Details: DamnDelicious

10. Spooky Slasher Brownies

Looking for a scary sweet snack? These slasher brownies are creepy in appearance but melt in your mouth. How could you go wrong with brownies, frosting, and strawberry puree?

Recipe Details: HappyFoodHealthyLife

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