Halloween is by far the best time to go crazy, weird and fun all at the same time. This is why kids love this day the most and grown-ups just can’t seem to get it out of their system. Halloween is supposed to be scary—and at times it is just that. But there are times, Halloween is just the sweetest, most delicious day enjoyed by family and friends.
Witch Fingers Pretzels
The perfect prop for wannabe ghouls and zombies. Looks disgusting but the taste is nothing magical.
Recipe from: About.com
Halloween Marshmallow Pops
A Halloween treat you need to make so that trick or treaters just lean more on the “treat” part.
Recipe from: mybakingaddiction.com
Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats
Scary is the new cute, at least during Halloween. Just like this guy, he’s too cute not to munch on.
Recipe from: bigbearswife.com
Halloween Brownie Cupcakes
In just one glance, this mouth-watering chocolatey treat will have you under its spell.
Recipe from: twosisterscrafting.com
Halloween Pumpkin Pops
This is one treat that will make the kids stay in one place for at least the next ten minutes with its combination of sweetness and crunchiness.
Recipe from: sweetsugarbelle.com
Chocolate Dipped Candy Corn Treats
Let the kids and kids-at-heart dads nibble on this treat and you’re sure to be the best mom this Halloween.
Recipe from: pintsizedtreasures.com
White Chocolate Mummy Pretzels
These are the kinds of mummies kids wouldn’t even think of running away from.
Recipe from: letsdishrecipes.com
Chocolate Coffin Brownie Bites
The spirit of Halloween in one bite—it can only get better with two or three or four more bites.
Recipe from: kellystilwell.com
Witch Hat Cookies
After munching the whole treat, it’s perfectly normal when you start hearing a lady laughing in a high-pitched voice—that’s mom casting a spell on you.
Recipe from: bettycrocker.com
Poison Toffee Apples for Halloween
Even if the name is super suggestive, this is toffee apple—nothing can go wrong with a toffee apple right?
Recipe from: simply-delicious-food.com
Halloween is the one time when everything that should be scary becomes adorable—and these little ghosts are the perfect example.
Recipe from: smartschoolhouse.com
Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups
Play tricks on everyone with treat and make them think if this actually something a normal person can eat.
Recipe from: icanteachmychild.com
Freaky Eyeball Cake Pops
Play up you playfulness card this Halloween with this treat that will make everyone’s eyes open wide.
Recipe from: bakerella.com
Halloween Sugar Cookie Cake
The only way to counter the scare fest that Halloween brings is making sweet treats that brighten up anyone’s day.
Recipe from: lilluna.com
Candy Corn Jello
If guilty pleasures you’d want to confess shamelessly over and over again took form, this Halloween treat can probably fall under that category.
Recipe from: cincyshopper.com
Big scary guys can turn a full 180 degrees if just make the necessary sweet and chocolatey tweaks here and there.
Recipe from: yourcupofcake.com
Halloween Oreo Cake Bars
As long as it has Oreo in it, it’s bound to be an amazing delight for the kids, the entire family and the cute little ghouls and witches that will roam the streets come Halloween night.
Recipe from: idigpinterest.com
Candy Corn Milkshakes
When your cute little monsters need to quickly recharge, this is the perfect concoction to do the trick.
Recipe from: karaspartyideas.com
Monster Rice Krispies Treats
Get your kid’s eyes glued on these colorful and yummy rice krispies that will bring up their Halloween mode to a higher level.
Recipe from: people.com
Graveyard Pudding Halloween Treat
This is the one graveyard kids will not be scared to come to—how can they even stay away from all that chocolate, candies and yummy pudding.
Recipe from: vanessashafferdesigns.com
With all the elements of Halloween present in one desserts table, how can your mischief night not end with sweet and lovely memories.
Recipe from: themondaybox.com
Some ghosts are scary. Some ghosts are mean. But these ghost just want you have a wonderful trick-or-treat this Halloween.
Recipe from: blog.candiquik.com
Halloween Mini Bat Treats
Fill your kid’s tummy with these cute flying tasty and crafty treats that they’ll be asking for even after Halloween.
Recipe from: chelseasmessyapron.com
Gummy Worms in Dirt Pudding Cups
Be the ultimate tricksters this Halloween and pull of this chocolate pudding and cookie crumbs turned dirt patch complete with colorful squiggly worms.
Recipe from: ohnuts.com
Impress the quest and try to make them think if this one is an actual cake you’ve baked just moments ago.
Recipe from: livforcake.com
Halloween Bundt Cake
With the funky color theme of this sweet delight, no Halloween can never be sad or scary.
Recipe from: lovebakesgoodcakes.com
Spooky Marshmallow Web Cupcake
This small treat gives off some kind of classy air that will still leave you craving for more just one bite.
Recipe from: handmadecharlotte.com
Dipped Scarecrow Halloween Cupcake
The spirit of Halloween has a funny bone too, you just have to bake it into a cupcake with green buttercream frosting.
Recipe from: Pinterest.com