There’s no need for tricks here! These Halloween dessert ideas are the perfect way to get a break from all the candy your kids bring home!
Nothing says Halloween like pumpkin and these pumpkin donuts have just four ingredients. The best thing (besides the taste) is that they take just 30 minutes, making them perfect for busy moms.
Ghost Meringue Cupcakes
Say boo! These cute cupcakes are topped with meringue ghosts! The only scare you’ll get is when they’re all gone.
Candy Corn Bark
This candy corn bark is perfect for Halloween or a fall party. Mix white chocolate with a little orange and yellow candy melts and sprinkle with candy corn. Break into pieces and enjoy!
Halloween Candy Blondies
Don’t let your kids have all the candy fun! Instead, steal your kids’ Halloween candy and make these blondies for dessert. They work with any type of candy so it’s possible to get a different recipe every time.
Ghost Rice Krispie Treats
Rice krispy treats on a stick are a great take home treat for kids Halloween parties. These are even more spooky with the addition of an icing ghost.
Monster Mash Treats
Do the monster mash! Gummy eyeballs create a funny topper on a mix of caramel popcorn, pretzels and chocolate candies for this monster mash treat.
Bubbly Cauldron Halloween Treat
This pistachio treat only looks wicked! Delicious pistachio fluff is a sweet treat that your little ghosts and goblins will, well, gobble up!
Candy Cane Treat Cones
White, orange and yellow frosting and a simple sugar ice cream cone make perfectly edible candy corn treat cones. Fill them with candy corn or other Halloween treats.
Candy Corn Pop Tarts
Love candy corn? You must try these candy corn pop tarts made with candy and premade pie crust.
Ghostly White Chocolate Brownies
These white chocolate brownies are topped with a ghostly marshmallow. They’re perfect for a Halloween play date or to take for a treat for a kids’ party.
Ghost Brownies with White Frosting
A cookie cutter creates ghostly figures out of brownies. Cover these ghost brownies in some white frosting and use a little black icing to make a spooky face – boo!
Frankenstein Oreo Pops
With candy melts, Oreos and an edible marker, you’ve got the materials to make these adorable Frankenstein Oreo pops! Bet your kids can’t eat just one.
These not so spooky bats also use Oreos as a base, but they add black cardstock wings. For an even more fun twist, use the special Halloween Oreos for a surprise when you bite into them.
Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes
Cupcakes baked in an ice cream cone make for a no-mess ghost treat! Pipe white frosting in the shape of soft serve ice cream and add a funny face and you’ve got an insta-ghost.
Halloween Bundt Cake
This Halloween bundt cake is just oozing with chocolate goodness and it’s SO easy to make. Follow the mix, pick the frosting and finish it off with candy corn or your favorite Halloween candy.
Candy Corn Pudding Parfaits
If your kids love to help you in the kitchen, this is the perfect dessert for little bakers! All you need in vanilla pudding, whipped cream and orange food coloring to create this delicious candy corn parfait.
You don’t have to be a decorating wizard to make these Halloween cupcakes. Find everything from simple to amazing that sure to please all your party guests
Halloween Ghost Cake
This boooo-tiful ghost cake is not only budget friendly, it’s easy to make, too! Just whip up these simple ingredients for a dessert that impresses every time.
Leftover Candy Blondies
Why waste Halloween treats when you can bake them right into dessert?! Find tons of options for cookies, cupcakes, cookie bars and Halloween blondies!
Little bakers will love helping mom make these delicious monster bites! Simple to bake and fun to assemble.
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