16 Easy Halloween Treats

September 13th, 2019 by Desiree Smith

Host one ghoulish gathering with these cute and spooky Halloween treats. There is something for everyone with desserts including marshmallow and cake pops, ganache tarts, spooky cakes, cute cupcakes, festive cookies and much more. Boo appetite!

Halloween Marshmallow Pops

These fun and easy-to-make Marshmallow Pops look tough on the outside but are soft underneath. Complete the decorations with Color Mist food color spray and Candy Melts candy. Find the recipe here.

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. Find the recipe here.

Bloody Toe Cake Pops

These spooky treats are sure to inspire a few scares and screams, no matter how delicious. With these creepy Toe Cake Pops, you will definitely have a foot up on the rest of the food on the sweets table this Halloween! Find the recipe here.

Halloween Chocolate Candy Ganache Tart

If you’re more of the sweet than spooky type, this Halloween dessert has your name written all over it! Who needs ghouls or goblins when you have ganache? Find the recipe here.

Pumpkin Emoji Cookies

Forget carving pumpkins this year! With the Pumpkin Emoji Cookies, you can make your pumpkin as expressive as you’d like. A fun project to do with the kids, these Pumpkin Emoji Cookies are sure to become a well-loved Halloween tradition. Make these easy pumpkin cookies using out Cut-Out Sugar Cookies recipe and ice them with orange icing. Find the recipe here.

Vodka-Spiked Caramel Pumpkin Brownies

These brownies take a walk on the wild side. These adult treats are made with rich pumpkin and chocolate flavor, filled with vodka-spiked caramel sauce and topped with pumpkin spice whipped mousse. Find the recipe here.

Ghost Brownies

These ghost brownies are easy to make and fun to eat! Best of all, they’re topped with the only thing that can make brownies better – cookies! Find the recipe here.

Stacked Pumpkin Mini Donuts

These Jack-O-Lantern Mini Donuts are the cutest and tiniest Halloween treats, perfect for guests of all ages! Find the recipe here.

Eye Spy Rice Cereal Treats

All eyes will be on these cute little rice cereal treats! Made with candy eyeballs and an assortment of Candy Melts candies, these little treats are perfect for any Halloween party. Find the recipe here.

Halloween Candy Corn Mini Donuts

Take a bite of these delicious candy corn-themed mini donuts! Use Candy Melts candy to make these little treats as delicious as possible. Find the recipe here.

Monster Chomper Halloween Donuts

Don’t worry, they won’t bite! Candy Eyeballs and yummy Candy Melts candy make these little donuts colorful and tasty. Find the recipe here.

Peek-A-Boo! Cupcakes

Boo, there it is! Make these silly and cute cupcakes using Candy Eyeballs! Find the recipe here.

Halloween Emoji Pretzel Rods

Add some variety to your dessert table with these cute and delicious creations. Make these salty and sweet snacks using Candy Melts candy and a variety of Halloween sprinkles! Find the recipe here.

Spider Eyes Halloween Sugar Cookies

Add a Halloween twist to your favorite sugar cookies with these delicious spider cookies. Find the recipe here.

Color Swirl Halloween Sandwich Cookies

Simply add a swirl of Halloween color to any of your favorite cookies with these Color Swirl Halloween Sandwich Cookies! Make these fun and festive cookie sandwiches with the Color Swirl 3-Color Coupler. Find the recipe here.

Surprised Spider Mini Donuts

These spiders won’t bite! Make these cute and silly spiders with Candy Eyeballs and black licorice. Find the recipe here.

Check out this video of other great Halloween treats!

Which of these easy Halloween treats are you going to make this year? Let us know in the comments below or take a picture of your desserts and tag us on Instagram @wiltoncakes!

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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