Frightfully easy Halloween treats
Trick or treat! Well, we'll pick a treat thank you! With this handpicked selection of spookily easy-to-make and delicious recipes, you will be ready for anything. So if you are hosting a Halloween party, throwing a bash for the kids, or just watching scary movies, we have you covered.
Witch Finger Pretzel Rods
Witch finger pretzel rods are one spectacularly spooky sweet-and-salty treat for Halloween or any wizard-themed party. It takes just four ingredients to make this ghoulish recipe and it's simple enough for kids to lend a hand (or at least a finger).
All you need are a couple of readily available ingredients to make these super savoury cheesy mummies. Get the recipe
Peanut Butter Halloween Eyeballs
A Halloween variation on the popular candy called buckeyes, these peanut butter eyeballs will scare everyone at first sight. Once they realize the balls are actually sweet-and-salty candies, however, your costumed guests won't be able to stop eating them.
3-ingredient cheese straw broomsticks
Make the perfect spooky snack with this simple 3-ingredient cheese straw broomstick recipe. Use breadsticks as a broom handle, string cheese as the brush and tie with a pop of green chives.
Turn marshmallows, rice cereal, and chocolate into spooky-delicious spiders that kids and adults will gobble right up on Halloween night. Black string licorice is best for the spider’s legs, but if you can’t find the string type, regular black licorice works fine.
Skull Caramel Apples
Make no bones about it... these skull-shaped caramel apples will disappear fast at any Halloween party! Apples are already a great seasonal treat since they're at peak sweetness during the fall. But once you dunk them in caramel, dip them in white chocolate, and decorate them with a creepy skull design, they're ghoulishly great for Halloween!
Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats
Rice Krispie treats get transformed into jack-o'-lanterns in this adorable Halloween recipe! These vibrant orange balls also make great Halloween decorations or party centerpieces. Experiment with different facial expressions to give each pumpkin its own personality.