10 Ghoulish Ghost Treats

October 13th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

10 Ghoulish Ghost Treats | WiltonDo you believe in ghosts? No matter your answer to that question, I think we can all agree these ghost treats are ones you’ll want to haunt your Halloween party spread. Add a little spookiness to your sweets with these 10 ghoulish ghost treats.


1. HALLOWEEN HIDDEN GHOST CAKE

This tasty chocolate cake by Sewlicious Home Decor is haunted by some white cake. Use a ghost shaped cookie cutter on a white sheet cake, line up the ghosts in a loaf pan, and cover with chocolate batter. The end result are ghostly shapes in every slice. Get the how-to here.

Halloween Chocolate Ghost Cake | Sewlicious Home Decor

2. GHOST HALLOWEEN CUPCAKES

You’ll be able to whip up these cupcakes faster than you can say, “boo!” OK, maybe not that fast – but they’re definitely quick and easy to create. Olivia’s Cuisine topped chocolate cupcakes with yummy marshmallow buttercream, then added candy eyeballs as a finishing touch. Get the how-to here.

Ghost Halloween Cupcakes | Olivia's Cuisine

3. PEANUT BUTTER COOKIE GHOST CUPS

These cookie cups from Food Faith Fitness are as tasty as they are adorable. These cookie cups are made out of Brownie Brittle and peanut butter and baked in a mini muffin pan, then topped with cream cheese icing. Use mini chocolate chips for their little ghost faces, or pipe on some black icing. Get the recipe here.

Peanut Butter Cookie Ghost Cups | Food Faith Fitness

4. GHOST AND CANDY CORN MINI CUPCAKES

Add a ghostly touch in seconds to these mini cupcakes with ready-made ghost icing decorations. These ghosts are even hugging a little piece of candy corn to show their Halloween spirit. Get the Wilton recipe here.

Ghost and Candy Corn Mini Cupcakes | Wilton Cake Decorating

5. Ghost-tini

I always feel like somebody’s watching me…serve up some spirit with this tasty “ghost-tini”. Top this drink with candy eyeball skewers and get the recipe from Tonya Staab here.

Ghostini | Tonya Staab

6. GHOSTS IN THE GRAVEYARD PUDDING CUPS

These pudding cups from Our Best Bites are a treat kids will really enjoy. Use a decorating bag and tip 2A to pipe the whipped cream ghosts, and add candy eyes.  Get the how-to here.

Ghosts in the Graveyard | Our Best Bites

7. GHOST FUDGE COVERED GRAHAMS

Add a few details to fudge covered grahams like Gym Craft Laundry does here, and you’ll have boo-tiful treats in no time! Use vanilla icing and sparkle gel to accent these little ghosts. Get the how-to here.
Ghost Fudge Covered Graham Squares | Gym Craft Laundry

8. GHOST CAKE

Let this sweet ghostly apparition haunt your Halloween party! Use a 6 x 3 round pan to build up this ghost. Get the how-to from Wilton here.

Ghost Cake | Wilton Cake Decorating

9. GHOST PRETZELS

I have to admit, I chuckle every time I see the wailing faces on these ghost pretzels from Dessert Now Dinner Later! Create these haunting sweet-and-salty treats by following the how-to here.

Ghost Pretzels | Dessert Now, Dinner Later

10. HALLOWEEN GHOST CANDY BARK

This spooky bark from Mom Foodie uses purple and orange Candy Melts for the base and white Candy Melts for the ghostly figures. Get the how-to here.

Halloween Ghost Bark | Mom Foodie

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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