14 Delicious Homemade Treats to Make This Halloween
This year, Halloween falls on a Saturday, and that means everyone is going to want to get in on the fun. Whether you’re watching a scary movie at home while you greet trick-or-treaters or getting decked out in a fabulous costume and heading to a blowout bash, you’re going to need some delicious desserts. That’s why we’ve scoured the Internet in search of the most devilish cupcakes and the best spooky snacks. Here are 14 Halloween treats that you have to bookmark. Make one of these delectable sweets and your friends and family will be so delighted they’ll scream with joy!
The once-trendy cupcake has proven it’s here to stay. Celebrate by making these caramel chocolate cupcakes. Bake in festive Halloween cupcake wrappers and call it a day.
These beautiful marbleized candy apples are almost too pretty to eat. Choose marble colors that match your party’s color palette and you’ll have one of the most memorable tablescapes around.
Peanut butter cookies with mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Reese’s Pieces?! Yes, please! This is the ideal sweet to make for the peanut butter lover in your life.
Not into baking? Make these vampire doughnuts using doughnuts from your favorite bakery. These are especially fun for kids because they can wear the vampire teeth after they’ve finished eating the doughnut.
No-bake pumpkin cheesecake truffle mummies is a mouthful to say, but they're absolutely adorable and downright addictive. We dare you to have just one.
This recipe for homemade peanut butter cups requires only three ingredients and is gluten-free and vegan. Sweet!
Halloween is the perfect time to break out the best of your cookie cutter collection. Use your skulls to make these surprise cookies. Fill with skull candies, Reese’s Pieces, or Nerds.
S’mores are always a crowd-pleaser, so why not reinvent them as cupcakes? In this recipe, a graham cracker crust is topped with chocolate cake, marshmallow frosting, and Hershey’s chocolate.
Caramel apples are the quintessential fall dessert, and this recipe dips them in homemade caramel, dark chocolate, and white chocolate. Delish!
How cute are these scaredy-cat brownies?! Mini chocolate-peppermint patties serve as the faces, decorated with icing pens and chocolate chips.
Homemade Snickers bars may take a little time to make, but the resulting dessert is seriously worth it.
Use a boxed cake mix to whip up fudgey cupcakes quickly, then spend your time with the decorating fun. The cashew beaks are crucial!
Hoping to make something more gourmet and grown-up? Look no further than this recipe for almond and goat cheese candy bars. Almond butter, goat cheese, and bittersweet chocolate are an unlikely but scrumptious trio.