20 Festive Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home
October 23rd, 2013 posted by Laura Bray
Make some cute and delicious Halloween treats at home this year. Your little goblins will thank you! Below are several fun, festive and even spooky Halloween edibles that you can make at home. Some are sweet and some are healthy, so a little bit of everything for everyone!
Mummy Meatloaf via Family Corner Magazine
Be everyone’s favorite “mummy” with this easy recipe for meatloaf.
Spider Infested Chocolate Chip Cookies via Fun Family Crafts
Suddenly, spiders aren’t so scary anymore!
Crescent Mummy Dogs via My Little Corner
The kids will go crazy over these cute hot dogs wrapped in crescent roll dough.
Spooky Spider Eggs via Sunset Magazine
A plate of spooky deviled eggs is sure to make your Halloween cocktail party a big hit!
Clementine Pumpkins via Spaceships and Laser Beams
Sneak in a healthy Halloween snack. These clementine pumpkins are so cute; your kids won’t even realize you are sneaking in a little health food.
Funky Frankenstein Sandwich via Little Food Junction
Here’s another healthy, but still festive, Halloween treat. Use cucumber slices and other vegetables to create a monster of a sandwich.
Mummy Cookies via Family Corner Magazine
If you are short on time, whip a batch of these cookies with refrigerated, sugar cookie dough.
Halloween Stuffed Peppers via Megan’s Cookin’
Serve your favorite pasta recipe stuffed into carved bell peppers.
Frankenmallows via Family Corner
Green food dye turns an average marshmallow into a fun Halloween treat.
Graveyard Taco Dip via chickabug
The old party favorite, layered taco dip, all dressed-up for Halloween.
Boo-Scotti via Land O’Lakes
Biscotti, dipped in melted vanilla candy, makes your coffee break festive and fun.
Tombstone Sandwiches via Family Corner
These sandwiches are a perfect Halloween lunchbox idea.
Strawberry Ghosts via Taste of Home
The green leaves of the strawberries really make these ghosts special.
No-Bake Spider Web Cheesecake via Epicurean Mom
Delicious and beautiful, this dessert will please kids and adults alike.
Shrunken Head Punch via Maple Spice
You can make this punch for adults or kids. Either way it’s sure to be a Halloween party hit.
Spider Web Dip via Is This Really My Life
Beans, cream cheese, salsa, and guacamole make a tasty party dip.
Halloween Snack Mix Bites via Spoonful of Flavor
Nuts and raisins make this healthy, right?
Spooky Halloween Marshmallow Dippers via Bombshell Bling
These marshmallow treats are almost as fun to make as they are to eat.
Halloween Snickerdoodles via Barbara Bakes
Cinnamon chips makes these snickerdoodles extra special.
Jack o’ Lantern Cheeseburgers via Sandra Lee
Cheese slices, cut into smiling pumpkin faces, elevate the average burger into a special Halloween dinner.