18 Spooky Halloween Treats

October 24th, 2017 by Desiree Smith

18 Spooky Halloween Treats | Wilton Cake DecoratingSeeking treats that surprise and delight this Halloween? Look no further than this list of spooky Halloween treats. Whether you’re hosting kid-friendly festivities or throwing a creepy adults-only party, there are plenty of Halloween desserts to choose from!


1. SHRUNKEN HEAD BAKED APPLES

These frightfully yummy treats look like they came right from Frankenstein’s lab. Golden apples with cut-out faces have a cinnamon, brown sugar, oat and nut mixture inside to resemble shrunken heads with brains oozing out. Use the recipe below for a Halloween dessert that’s as spooky as it is sweet. Get the recipe and how-to here.

Shrunken Head Baked Apples | Wilton Cake Decorating

2. HALLOWEEN EMOJI CUPCAKES

Bring all your favorite Halloween characters to your Monster Mash with these Halloween Emoji Cupcakes. Featuring devils, ghosts, pumpkins, Frankenstein monsters, Draculas and zombies, these Halloween cupcakes are a fun way to dress up your favorite emojis! A fun decorating project for beginning decorators, these Halloween cupcakes are sure to be the hit of any party! Get the how-to here.

Halloween Emoji Cupcakes | Wilton Cake Decorating

3. TERRIFYING TOE CAKE POPS

Severed fingers? No, severed toes! Will you eat them? Nobody knows! These bloody toe treats are sure to inspire a few scares and screams, no matter how delicious. With these creepy cake pops, you’ll have the spookiest sweets table ever this Halloween. Get the how-to here.

Terrifying Toe Cake Pops | Wilton Cake Decorating

4. SPIDER EYES HALLOWEEN SUGAR COOKIES

How fun are these easy Halloween sugar cookies? Using Candy Melts Candy and your favorite roll out sugar cookie dough plus some crazy cute and edible candy eyeballs, these treats make an easy dessert for any treat bag, Halloween party or just for something fun to decorate with your friends or family! Get the how-to here.

Spider Eyes Halloween Sugar Cookies | Wilton Cake Decorating

5. MONSTER MASH MINI PIES

Trick or treat, scare up something sweet to eat! These mini face pies are perfect for your Halloween party, giving your favorite ghosts and goblins their very own frightful delight. Get the recipe here and watch the how-to below:

6. OOEY GOOEY ZOMBIE INTESTINE AND BRAIN CUPCAKES

A little squeamish yet yummy, these cupcakes are topped with oozy intestines and squishy brains for a Halloween dessert that’s more than scream-worthy. Get the recipe here.

Ooey Gooey Zombie Intestine and Brain Cupcakes | Wilton Cake Decorating

7. BLOODY FINGER POPS

Your Halloween treat table is full of gory goodness with these life-like bloody finger lollipops. Made with red Candy Melts® Candy, severed finger icing decorations and dark red piping gel to resemble dripping blood, these gruesome-looking lollipops are perfect for playing tricks on anyone looking for treats. Get the how-to here.

Bloody Finger Pops | Wilton Cake Decorating

8. HALLOWEEN WITCH HAT CUPCAKE CONES

Create these cute bewitching cone hats for your Halloween celebration! Easy to make and decorate, these sweet treats are sure to be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. Get the how-to here and watch the video below:

9. CANDY MONSTER SCAR SHOT GLASSES

These gruesomely fun candy shot glasses are just the thing to make your Halloween party a monstrous success. Mix up your favorite frightful cocktail (or mocktail), pour them in the scar shot glasses and have everyone take a sip. Get the how-to here.

Candy Monster Scar Shot Glasses | Wilton Cake Decorating

10. TAKE A STAB CAKE

Your guests will be ready for a frightening good time when you serve this fake blood-splattered cake to celebrate Halloween. Easy to make, just mold the knife using Wilton® Candy Melts® Candy, bake the layers in the Easy Layers!™ Cake Pan Set and add the oozing red blood effect with Blood Red Sparkle Gel™. Get the how-to here.

Take a Stab Cake | Wilton Cake Decorating

11. HALLOWEEN EMOJI PRETZELS

Make fun monster treats for your party with these Halloween Emoji Pretzel Rods. Decorated with festive Halloween sprinkles and topped with cute Candy Melts candy monsters, these pretzel rods are a fun treat for kids and adults alike. Add them to a sweets table or wrap them in treat bags and hand out as party favors. Easy to make for decorators of all skill levels, these Halloween pretzel rods are a fun way to bring your favorite emojis to life! Get the how-to here.

Halloween Emoji Pretzel Rods | Wilton Cake Decorating

12. EYE SPY RICE CEREAL TREATS

These cute rice cereal treats only have eyes for you! Decorated with various colors of Wilton® Candy Melts® Candy and candy eyeballs, these Eye Spy Rice Cereal Treats are a fun dessert or snack for any Halloween or monster-themed party. An easy project that kids of all ages are sure to love, these rice cereal treats are just as fun to eat as they are to make! Get the how-to here.

Eye Spy Rice Cereal Treats | Wilton Cake Decorating

13. HALLOWEEN MINI CUPCAKES

Create a frightful feast of sweet treats for Halloween trick-or-treaters and partygoers. Halloween-hued mini cupcakes make the most of the party, and are perfect for kids and adults. Easy to decorate with Wilton® Sprinkle Decorations and Icing Decorations in skeleton, Jack-O’-Lantern, Ghosts and other scary shapes! Get the how-to here.

Halloween Mini Cupcakes | Wilton Cake Decorating

14. HALLOWEEN CANDY GANACHE TART

If you’re more of the sweet than spooky type, this Halloween dessert has your name written all over it. A dark, gooey ganache made with Dark Cocoa Candy Melts and heavy whipping cream is poured onto a cookie crust, then topped with your favorite Halloween candies and sprinkles. Who needs ghouls or goblins when you’ve got ganache? Get the how-to here.

Halloween Candy Ganache Tart | Wilton Cake Decorating

15. HALLOWEEN EMOJI BROWNIES

Make Halloween just a little sweeter with these Halloween Emoji Brownies. Featuring cute pumpkins, monsters, devils and more, these Halloween brownies are fun treats to make for a party or bring into the office. Use various colors of Candy Melts candy to make the monster faces, then decorate them with icing to make your very own monster and pumpkin-faced emojis! Get the how-to here.

Halloween Emoji Brownies | Wilton Cake Decorating

16. HERE’S LOOKING AT BOO EYEBALL POPS

Give classic hard candy sprinkles a new life by combining classic Halloween skulls, bones and pumpkins with creepy eyeballs to make these candy pops. Simply melt Candy Melts® candy and decorate with our custom mix. Everyone will be looking at you when you bring these unique pops to the party. Get the how-to here.

Here's Looking at Boo Eyeball Pops | Wilton Cake Decorating

17. FRANKENSTEIN CEREAL TREATS

Whether you’re gearing up for Halloween or a monster movie marathon, these Frankenstein Cereal Treats are sure to be a hit at your party. Use icing colors to tint your cereal treat mixture green, then decorate your treats to look like monsters using black icing. A fun way to dress up your favorite emoji in a Halloween costume, these cereal treats are sure to make your next Halloween bash a monster hit! Get the how-to here.

Frankenstein Cereal Treats

18. PUMPKIN EMOJI COOKIES

Forget carving pumpkins this year, with these Pumpkin Emoji Cookies, you can make your pumpkin as expressive as you’d like! Make a heart-eye pumpkin for the boy or ghoul you love…or make spooky grinning pumpkins to hand out to your favorite trick-or-treaters. A fun project to do with the kids, these Pumpkin Emoji Cookies are sure to become a well-loved Halloween tradition. Get the how-to here.

Pumpkin Emoji Cookies | Wilton Cake Decorating

 

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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  1. These are all so cute! I think I’ll have to make the Take a Stab Cakes next Halloween!

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