13 Wonderfully Wicked Witch Treats

October 12th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

13 Wonderfully Wicked Witch Treats | WiltonDouble, double toil and trouble…if you’re looking for some deliciously wicked witch treats this Halloween, we’ve rounded up 13 different ideas for you.


1. MELTED WITCH BARK

This cute and easy candy bark project from Lil’ Luna uses Vibrant Green Candy Melts make for the perfect melted witch, with added sweets making broom and hat accessories. Get the full how-to here.

Melted Witch Bark | Lil' Luna

2. WITCH’S BREW BUTTER COOKIES

These incredible cookies look like a witch’s potion turned into a cookie! The Lady Behind the Curtain used gel icing colors for these eye-popping shades of purple and green accented with black. I’m especially impressed by the almost-glowing green color! Get the full recipe and how-to here.

Witches' Brew Halloween Cookies | The Lady Behind the Curtain

3. MELTING WITCH BROWNIES

There certainly are a lot of melting witch desserts out there, and it’s easy to see why – the projects are cute and funny, and reminiscent of a favorite childhood movie for many of us.  Big Bear’s Wife topped off these brownies with oozy melted icing and a cute witch hat. Get the how-to here.

Melting Witch Brownies | Big Bear's Wife

4. WITCH HAT COOKIES

These cute Witch Hat Cookies from Lizy B have a hint of sparkle with our Colored Sugars. Follow her easy tutorial here.

Witch Hat Cookies | Lizy B Bakes

5. WITCH SHOE COOKIES

May as well make some shoes to match the hats above! Also from Lizy B, these darling Witch Shoe Cookies are accented with tiny rosettes. Get the how-to here.

Witch Shoe Cookies | Lizy B Bakes

6. MELTED WITCH CAKE

There are so many things to love about this amazing cake. The witch feet sticking out. The candy corn colored cake inside. The drippy ganache. How SMOOTH this cake is! Seriously, The First Year must have used some sort of witchcraft when icing this cake. And that shell border at the bottom, oh my. Get the tutorial for this cute cake here.

Melted Witch Cake | The First Year

7. WITCH’S BROOMSTICKS

These darling broomstick cookies from Half-Baked Harvest are easy to make – just use the tines of a fork to make the bristles! Get the recipe and how-to here.

Witch's Broomsticks Cookies | Half Baked Harvest

8. MELTED WITCH COOKIES

The melted witch is back – in cookie form this time! Chelsea’s Messy Apron decorated these sugar cookies with royal icing and used chow mein noodles for the bristles – so clever! Get the how-to here.

Melted Witch Cookies | Chelsea's Messy Apron

9. WICKED WITCH FINGER PRETZELS

These witch finger pretzels look so incredibly finger-like, it’s hard to believe they’re edible! This creation from Lady Behind the Curtain uses dusted cocoa powder and slivered almonds atop Vibrant Green Candy Melts for a creepy set of fingers. Get the how-to here.

Wicked Witch Finger Pretzels | Lady Behind the Curtain

10. MELTED WITCH CUPCAKES

These cupcakes from Six Sisters Stuff are topped with some gooey, green ganache and paper straws with witch feet sticking out. Get the how-to here.

Melted Witch Cupcakes | Six Sisters's Stuff

11. CAULDRON COOKIE CUPS

Something sweet is bubbling over at On Sugar Mountain High. These cute and tasty Cauldron Cookie Cups are filled with buttercream icing and you can top them with these flavored sprinkles to look like bubbles. Get the how-to here.

Cauldron Cookie Cups | On Sugar Mountain High

12. WITCH HATS RICE KRISPIE TREATS

Two Sisters Crafting created these fun rice cereal treats shaped into a witch’s hat. Use Icing Color to color your melted marshmallows, stir in the rice cereal and shape away. Get the how-to here.

Witch Hats Rice Krispie Treats | Two Sisters Crafting

13. HALLOWEEN WITCH HAT CUPCAKE CONES

Use the Cone Cakes Baking Rack to bake cake in ice cream cones, then flip those cones upside down and give them a spray of black Color Mist. Attach to cookies, add some final details for decorating, and you’re done! We’ve got the how-to here.

Halloween Witch Hat Cupcake Cones | Wilton

Desiree Smith Desiree is the Public Relations Manager at Wilton. She spends her days monitoring media opportunities, working with newspaper, magazine and television contacts, collaborating with bloggers and handling a variety of other odds and ends. Desiree has a degree in journalism and experience writing for newspapers and television. Outside of Wilton, she enjoys running and planning outings with friends.

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