Host one ghoulish gathering with these cute and spooky Halloween party treats. There is something for everyone with desserts including marshmallow and cake pops, ganache tarts, festive cookies and much more. Boo appetit!
These Graveyard Chocolate Dirt Cups are quick and easy Halloween treat everyone is sure to love. Made using a simple cookie crust, chocolate pudding, whipped icing mix and spooky fun decorations, these cute Halloween desserts come together in no time!
Eye spy, eye spy with my little eye—a Faultline Halloween Cake! Create an amazing optical illusion for your Halloween party with this striking dessert. Decorated with sprinkles, candy eyeballs, piping gel and buttercream, this cake may look challenging at first, but it’s actually quite simple to make.
Kids will howl with delight as they decorate this Halloween Cookie House. The kit includes everything needed to decorate this cobweb-covered house—from icing to fondant to candy bats! Makes a fun, spooky centerpiece for your Halloween party.
Candy corn – you either love it or you hate it – but everyone is sure to love these cute Candy Corn Cookies. Decorated with sugar sprinkles, these quick and easy Halloween cookies are a crowd pleaser every time!
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.
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!
If you hoard all the chocolate after trick or treating, you’re going to love this Easy Candy Halloween Cake! Decorated with everyone’s favorite chocolate candies, this Halloween dessert can also be used as a fun birthday or wedding shower cake.
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 green food coloring to tint your treats green, then decorate your monsters with fun faces using buttercream frosting.
These cute Pumpkin and Ghost Halloween Mini Cakes are perfect for brightening up your October celebration. Small enough for a single serving, these mini cakes are a great alternative to cake or cupcakes. Top your mini treats with bright pink, blue, yellow and orange frosting to help add a fun pop of neon color to your sweets table.
Give some extra Halloween sprinkles a new life with these cute Halloween candy pops. Made using Candy Melts candy, these easy Halloween treats make a fun party favor for costume parties or scary movie nights.
Looking for quick and easy Halloween desserts you can whip up in no time? This fun Black Cat Cake is the perfect solution! Use black sanding sugar to create the silhouette of a cat on the top of your cake, then add a border of fun Halloween sprinkles.
Even if you’re not a fan of candy corn, you’re sure to love this cute Halloween Candy Corn Cheesecake. Made using the Checkerboard Cake Pan Set, this cute cheesecake recipe is perfect for Halloween fun!
Wake up your Halloween celebration with these cute Monster Eyes Halloween Donuts. Start by baking a batch of fresh vanilla donuts, then glaze and decorate them using Candy Melts candy. Fun for kids and adults, these donuts are sure to be gone in the blink of an eye!
The best thing about these Halloween cake pops is that they’re made using store-bought donut holes! No need to bake and shape pops by hand, simply dip your donut holes in melted candy and decorate using sprinkles or edible markers.
If you’re looking for a not so spooky treat to put out at your Halloween party, this easy brownie recipe will add some seasonal spirit to a batch of regular chocolate brownies. These Cute Emoji Halloween Brownies are fun to decorate and make the perfect addition to a table of Halloween desserts.
Fun for costume parties, superhero birthdays and more, these spider web cupcakes are a treat kids are sure to love. Make colorful spider webs using Candy Melts candy, then use them as edible toppers for cupcakes, cakes or cookies. Want to save time? Use store-bought cupcakes (we won’t tell!).
These fun Halloween cookies use a neat layering effect to make the cookies look like they’re actually glowing. Start off by icing your cookies with black royal icing, then pipe your design with a dark shade of icing. Finally, trace over your design with a lighter shade of icing to achieve the glowing effect.
Perfect for Halloween, Thanksgiving or fall birthdays and showers, these cute pumpkin cupcakes are a fun treat for beginning decorators. Use a variety of piping tips to create textured pumpkins, then top your treats with a stem and some leaves for the perfect finishing touch.
Trick or treat, scare up something sweet to eat! Filled with cherry pie filling, these Monster Face Halloween Pies offer a frightfully fun dessert for a spooky soiree. Save time by using store-bought pie crust for your mini pies.
Little boys and ghouls are sure to love this cute Halloween Monster Cake. Decorated using the grass tip (specialty tip 233), this fluffy monster cake is sure to get screams of joy from kids of all ages!
Decorating a cake for Halloween is easy when you use a shaped cake pan. Topped with orange and black candies, this Jack-O-Lantern Cake is quick, simple and sweet – perfect for any October celebration.
What’s better than a Halloween cookie? A cookie topped with MORE cookies! Great to use as edible party favors or handing out to neighbors and friends, these large Halloween Party Cookies are almost too cute to eat!
These Spooky Face Halloween Sugar Cookies have a shimmering smile, perfect for Halloween! Use icing colors to tint your cookie dough, then use black tube icing and sugar sprinkles to add fun faces.
Show off your best Halloween puns with this Graveyard Brownie Cake. Start off with your favorite brownie recipe, then top it with buttercream frosting and some fun tombstone cookies bearing cute Halloween messages.
Trick or treat, we’ve got something good to eat! Made using our delicious roll-out cookie dough recipe and premade cookie icing, these Halloween cookies are a great project for beginners, kids and families looking to have some fun in the kitchen.
Looking to add a little gore to your Halloween party? These Intestine and Brain Cupcakes are perfect! Though they are not for the squeamish at heart, they are easy to make and will certainly have your guests talking!
These Devilish Meringue Halloween Cookies certainly have a mischievous edge! Great for topping cupcakes or just serving as is, these light and airy meringue cookies are colored using Color Right food coloring for rich, deep hues that stay vibrant even after baking.
41. Spooky Halloween Spider Cupcakes
These easy spider cupcakes are decorated using pre-colored icing pouches for quick and simple decorating. Perfect for Halloween parties or just baking with the family, these cute Halloween cupcakes are sure to tangle you up in a web of fun!
42. Halloween Ghost Cupcakes
Dress up your Halloween cupcakes in fun, pastel shades with these Candy Ghost Halloween Cupcakes. Decorated with pastel icing and white Candy Melts candy ghosts, these cupcakes make the perfect Halloween treat.
43. Fun Halloween Candy Bark
Have some leftover candy on hand? Put it to good use with this fun Halloween Candy Bark recipe. Start off with Orange and Light Cocoa Candy Melts candy, then top your bark with all the sweets you have on hand. Add a dash of Halloween sprinkles for the perfect finishing touch.
44. Pastel Halloween Cookies
Great for a Halloween wedding or baby shower, these Pastel Halloween Cookies are a fun twist on the classic Halloween icons. They’re decorated using royal icing, so they dry hard and are easy to pack and hand out as edible favors or gifts.
These creepy fun candy shot glasses are just the thing to make your Halloween party a spooky success. Mix up your favorite frightful cocktail (or mocktail), pour them in the scar shot glasses and enjoy!
Whether you’re a good witch or a bad witch, you’re sure to love these Witch Finger Cookies! These easy Halloween cookies are frightfully delicious and a fun addition to any spooky celebration!
Simple and easy to make, these Candy Corn Frosting Cupcakes are a fun project for kids and beginning decorators. Start by baking your favorite white or vanilla cake mix in yellow cupcake liners, then top with swirls of orange and white buttercream to complete the look.
Everyone will love these frighteningly fun Halloween cupcakes. Serve them to all the trick-or-treating mini monsters and ghouls or offer them to costumed adults at a Halloween party.
Surprise and delight your Halloween party guests with this Striped Bat Halloween Cake. With plenty of room for candles or a piped message, this cake could also be used for an October birthday or shower.
Made using ginger ale, pineapple juice, lime juice and food coloring, these mocktails are fun for kids and adults alike. Garnish with candy eyeballs for the perfect finishing touch!
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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!