Kids and adults won't be able to resist these festive Halloween treats. Whether you're organizing a Halloween party or want to surprise your family with some delicious desserts, these recipes are precisely what you need.
Chocolate Pumpkin Cupcakes, Tombstone Cookies, or Bite-Size Honey Popcorn Balls are ready to spook and delight your trick-or-treaters and guests at your party! Make the holiday extra tasty with these party foods and candy from your kitchen!
Here are some spooky dessert and snack recipes for Halloween!
It’s the spooky details that count when making and decorating Halloween brownies. Try resisting this chocolate, marshmallows, and M&M's brownies that come together as silly-spooky monster faces. Just try to resist! Check out the recipe here!
Bell Pepper Jack-o-Lanterns with Vegetables and Dip
Who knew a Halloween snack could be healthy? Let your party have a little spice with this snack! These are basically edible bowls and can be spooky, goofy, or a combination of both. Add a bit of festive touch with these jack o'lantern to your treats. These snacks are healthy and good for kids and adults alike. They will undoubtedly continue to eat vegetables in between bites of your Halloween candy. Check out the recipe here!
Spun sugar is an excellent way to decorate your party with edible cobwebs. This recipe usually is a bit more complicated than others here, but here’s a simpler way. You have to toss hot liquid sugar through just a few forks and a small upturned bowl, and you can do it on your kitchen counter. Check out the recipe here for a golden, airy sugar web that makes terrific Halloween cupcake toppers.
Spinach Jack-o'-Lantern Hand Pies
Just like the Bell Pepper Jack-o-Lanterns with Vegetables and Dip, this spinach wrapped pie will please any kid on Halloween! For these Halloween riffs on the traditional calzone, use your four by five inches Pumpkin-Shaped cookie cutter. With a thin and sharp knife, you can also cut a pumpkin-shaped template from paper then set it on the dough and slice around it.
Sweet & Savory Tortilla Bats
Cutting tortillas in the shape of a bat can make your Halloween table spooky, and it's easy with the help of a cookie cutter. With a pan full of cinnamon, sugar and the chile salt, but you can opt for all sweet or all savory if you fancy. These Halloween snacks can be served as delicacies. If you want something sweet, add Greek yogurt with honey, and for something salty, some salsa!
Red Velvet Cupcakes with Orange Buttercream
With the help of pureed roasted beets, these electric magenta cupcakes got there not from food coloring and add a subtle flavor that your kids would enjoy. Don't use the canned or packaged beets as your cupcake's color will look dull.
This dessert works as a beautiful yet unique decoration. They’re a great snack on their own, but you can combine them with the Dark Chocolate Graveyard Pots for an extra cup of rich, thick pudding, with some “dirt” on top made from a chocolate wafer. And all you need is a microwave and a blender!
Mini Caramel Apples
A sweet and delicious Halloween treat, is this caramel dipped apple. It gives a modern nod to the holiday tradition of bobbing for apples. You can also customize the color of the caramel by adding black food coloring to match the decorations for your party. No mess, pure satisfaction with this particular caramel apple!
After your Halloween party, there will always be a mess. With the help of a professional house cleaning service, you’ll be able to relax and have fun with your family. Let the professionals do the work for you and enjoy trick-or-treating with your kids!