These fun Halloween treats are easy to make with some help from the kids. Whether you need some spooky Halloween pretzel rods to pass out at a small party or want to make a batch of witches hats to have on hand for a private family monster mash with your own boys and ghouls, these easy Halloween desserts are no trick, all treat! So get your food coloring and edible candy eyes ready!
This collection of Halloween food ideas for kids is sure to satisfy everyone’s need for some spooky sweets this season.
Easy enough for the kids to help make and a great way to help them express their creativity, these Halloween desserts could be a perfect way to celebrate before trick or treating this year. (Or could even be a way to get in the spirit without having to go trick or treating at all!)
With an assortment of fun faces, these cupcakes are all dressed up for Halloween fun. With easy-to-make characters like ghosts, pumpkins and zombies, kids will have a blast making these Emoji-inspired treats.
Not everyone likes candy corn, but everyone is sure to love these rice cereal candy corn treats! Melted Candy Melts candy is drizzled over rice cereal treats for a quick and easy dessert that’s sure to be a hit. Top them with Halloween sprinkles for added color and crunch!
All eyes will be on these cute and easy Halloween cupcakes. Simple enough for kids to decorate with a parent, these monster, pumpkin and mummy-themed cupcakes are perfect for parties or a Halloween night spent in with the family.
Have some leftover Halloween candy on hand? Put it to good use with this fun Halloween candy bark. Use Orange and Dark Cocoa Candy Melts candy as the base, then let the kids have fun topping the bark with gummies, chocolates, sprinkles and more!
Need a quick sweet for your Halloween party? These crispy rice cereal treats are just the thing! Decorated using an assortment of Halloween sprinkles, these crunchy treats are easy enough for the kids to do on their own. Package them in treat bags or arrange on a platter for a quick pre-trick-or-treating snack!
Eye spy a fun project for the kids! These sprinkle-covered candy pops are great for parties or an after-school activity. Simply melt Candy Melts candy, then pipe it into circles. Have the kids top the candy with whatever sprinkles they’d like, then set them aside to harden.
Start fright night off right with these cute Halloween donuts. Homemade donuts are decorated using a strawberry filling and candy eyeballs for a fun breakfast (or dessert) kids will love!
Who needs ghouls when you’ve got ganache? Topped with a variety of Halloween candies and sprinkles, this chocolate tart is a great way to use up any leftover candy you may have lying around. Let the kids help decorate with sprinkles and nonpareils, then enjoy with a big glass of cold milk.
Here’s one for all you sweet and salty fans. These Halloween Pretzel Rods are dipped into melted candy, then coated with a mix of Halloween sprinkles. Top each stick with a funny-faced candy wafer for the perfect finishing touch.
These cute rice cereal treats only have eyes for you! Decorated using Candy Melts candy and candy eyeballs, these rice cereal treats are a fun dessert or snack for any Halloween or monster-themed party.
Which of these witch fingers is your favorite? A fun project for kids to do together, there’s no wrong way to decorate these cookies! Use a variety of frosting colors and sprinkles to give your cookies a Halloween manicure.
If you’re more of a cookie fan than a candy fan, you’ll love these cute and classic Halloween party cookies. Large enough to satisfy even the hungriest of cookie monsters, these treats also make adorable edible party favors for kids and adults alike.
Kids of all ages will love making these cute spider cookies. Decorated using Candy Melts candy, these cookies are an easy addition to any treat bag or sweets table. Though we used Lavender Candy Melts candy here, you can make spiders in any color you’d like using our wide assortment of candy colors.
Make Halloween just a little sweeter with these funny face brownies. A fun way to dress up homemade (or store-bought!) brownies, these treats are a Halloween party must-have!
What’s some of your favorite Halloween party food to make with kids? Let us know in the comments below, or share a picture and tag us on Instagram @wiltoncakes. Boo appetit!