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15 Must-Try Yummy Halloween Treats

15 Must-Try Yummy Halloween Treats

October 15, 2019

15 Must-Try Yummy Halloween Treats

Thinking of delicious Halloween treats that will amaze the kids and all those who are still kids at heart? Look no further, here are 15 Halloween recipes that are appetizing to the mouth – and the eyes too!

Halloween Cat Cake

Bake a chocolate cake and top with ganache. Divide into two and make half a cake stand. Decorate with fondant, icing, sweets and cotton candy to complete the cat appearance to your preference.

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Coffin Cake

Bake a cake in a loaf pan – chocolate or vanilla, whatever your choice might be! Top with a layer of white frosting, and use the remaining to create mummy bandages (with the use of a flat-tip piping bag). Complete the look with a pair of candy eyeballs for a Halloween styled cake.

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Bat Donuts

You won’t need to spend hours in the kitchen to make this spook-tacular treat! All you need to do is buy chocolate-coated doughnuts, and decorate them with edible eyes, candy corn, and halved chocolate cookies. Serve on hardwood cutting boards for the ultimate finishing touch.

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Halloween Cupcakes

Serve a healthy yet delicious treat by making a thick cupcake base made of pudding, sour cream, and chopped walnuts. Top the cupcake with cream cheese frosting and chocolate chips to make ghost-like cupcakes. You can also use green or purple frosting and edible eyes to make monster-like cupcakes.

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Skeleton Cheesecakes

Make mini cheesecakes, utilizing chocolate graham crackers for the base instead of the original honey ones. Use chocolate ganache to make eyes and ‘stitch’ smiles on top of the cheesecakes for the perfect skeleton dessert.

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

Create a bar base by combining maple, honey, peanut butter, and corn flakes. Transfer the mixture to a baking pan and cover it with melted chocolate. Top with white chocolate and use small dark candies to decorate. Break the finished product into bars and serve the pieces on your high-quality wood board.

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Ghost Smores Dip

Place chocolate chips, cream, and ghost peeps marshmallows on top. Bake for 8-10 minutes and serve with graham crackers. You can never go wrong with this Halloween treat!

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Bloody Truffles

Make truffles by combining crumbled cake and frosting. Roll into balls and dip into melted white chocolate. Place a miniature axe or knife on top and line the edges with a red glaze made with red gel food coloring.

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Boo-scotti

Dip half your biscotti into melted white chocolate and refrigerate for 15 minutes. Use a toothpick and melted dark chocolate to make a ghoulish appearance for a scary Halloween treat.

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Monster Cookies

Make a cookie dough made of cream cheese, egg, butter, vanilla, and cake mix. Add food coloring, making sure to use separate bowls for each color. Bake cookies for 10-12 minutes. Add monster candy eyeballs while the cookies are still warm and serve!

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Mummy Cookies

Cover Vienna fingers with melted white chocolate. Place some white chocolate in a piping bag and use it to draw lines that look like bandages. Use two brown mini M&M’s to complete the mummy’s eyes for the ultimate mummy cookie.

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Meringue Bones

Make a meringue mixture out of egg whites, cream of tartar, sugar and vanilla extract. Transfer into a piping bag and create bones on top of a lined tray. Bake for 1 hour and serve on your personalized, engraved cutting board.

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Dracula’s Dentures

Cover the top of a chocolate chip cookie with red frosting. Arrange marshmallows in a circular fashion and spread another layer of red frosting on top. Place another cookie on top, adding almond slivers in between two marshmallow teeth to create the illusion of Dracula’s fangs.

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Peanut and Chocolate Banana Snakes

Cut bananas and place them in a way that they form the shape of a serpent. Spread your chocolate mixture on top and press candies according to color to create a ‘snake-like’ appearance.

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Monster Dirt Cups

Decorate shortbread cookies with icing and edible eyes and place one on top of each chocolate pudding cup. Make the ‘dirt’ by adding chocolate chip cookie or Oreo cookie crumbs on top.

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