It’s that time again my friends. People are pulling out those Halloween decorations and shopping for that special Halloween costume.
But what about the Halloween treats?
Why does the creativity have to begin and end with the costume and decorations?
I can hear the kids saying, “Treats! Treats! We want treats!”
And today, I am going to side with them. But only in the vote.
I am enlisting some help from our web friends for the actual treats. Here they are.
1. Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Monster
Nope! The monster song is not needed.
These monster pretzels can visit my house any time they like. But just know, they probably will not be leaving. LOL!
Hungry Happenings made them so likable.
The caramel bits! The sprinkles! Thank you Hungry Happenings for making me not afraid of the monsters.
2. Coffee Filter Ghost Lollipops
Are you looking a simple way to include ghosts in your Halloween event?
Well… I may found an easy way for you. Ghost lollipops.
Needed: item 1, item 2, item 3 , artist touch (2 dots for the eyes and 1 for the mouth) and some spare minutes to follow Happiness is Homemade tutorial
3. Cauldron Cupcakes
Yes! One of our favorite desserts is making an appearance, the cupcake. What a creative way to display the Halloween theme. I mean eyeballs, bats, and more with a cauldron. Genius!
You can work your magic just like A Pumpkin and a Princess following her instructions.
4. Mummy Raisin Boxes
Guess what is wrapped inside. Raisins! Yes, Creating Really Awesome Fun Things (C.R.A.F.T) has provided a healthy treat for Halloween that you don’t have to keep mums about.
5. Halloween Monster Eye Cookies
I think I’ve met my match on this list. Seriously, these cookies are a little spooky. All those eyes! Shivers.
Thank goodness you are not a scary cat like me. So follow Parenting Chaos’ lead and create these colorful cookies for your Halloween festivities.
6. Spiderweb Chocolate Cake with Vanilla Frosting
Not a fan of spiders? You may want to rethink that.
Seriously, this cake is beautiful! Did I mention it’s a chocolate cake with vanilla frosting? My favorite.
Winner! Winner! Winner! At least in my books.
Sidenote: Sorry for all of the exclamation points. Excitement got the best of me. Blame it on Life, Love and Sugar.
7. Strawberry Ghosts
One dip. Two dips. Three dips. 4. These little ghostly strawberries can knock on my door.
Yes, it’s the best I could do. Womp, womp, womp.
While my rhyming abilities might not be the best, these strawberries from lovefromtheoven probably are.
8. Gummy Worm Punch
Brides and grooms are doing it. Why can’t you?
Wouldn’t it be neat to have a signature drink?
How about this Gummy Worm Punch found on BitznGiggles?
The kids will go crazy over it.
9. Chocolate Covered Pretzel Pumpkins
This Halloween treat by I Heart Naptime is absolutely cute.
And the cool part, they are easy to make. See for yourself here.
10. Spooky Spider Cookies
Okay! Now I;m spooked out. The spider eyes are so piercing. Spooky!
Way to go SheSaved for a spooky, spooktacular cookie.
11. Pumpkin Patch Brownies
Last but not least, I present to you Pumpkin Patch Brownies by way of momendeavors.
Having gone to the pumpkin patch this year, I can totally appreciate this Halloween treat. Ah, the memories.
So I’m encouraging you to create your own and see what stories your guests’ share about their past pumpkin patch visits. I bet the kids’ stories are going to be awesome.
So now it’s your turn. You have some excellent choices, right? Whether it’s the pumpkin patch brownies or the ghost lollipops, make it a good one and enjoy!
What special Halloween treat will you be making?