It’s hard to believe, but Halloween is 3 weeks away! I’ve compiled a list of the best Halloween treats for you, so if you’re throwing a party, have kids, or just like to have some fun with your food around holidays, you have a bunch of great things to make. I use “treats” as a broad description of good tasting things, and I’ve broken them down into 4 categories: drinks, snacks, entrees, and desserts. Unsurprisingly, desserts is the largest category. Enjoy!
Best Halloween Treats To Make This Year
Boo-nilla Ghost Milkshakes – Vanilla milkshakes in adorable ghost cups
Bloody Shirley Temple – Here you have the Shirley Temple mix in a syringe and you pour it over a glass of Sprite.
Caramel Apple Sangria – This looks so good! If I could drink (or have caramel), I’d make this.
Vampire Drink – An easy mix of Sprite and Kool Aid in a way that looks like it’s from a Vampire.
Embalming Fluid – Basically, this is a green cocktail that you can tell your guests is embalming fluid (for best results, also get skeleton hand glasses like she has).
Fanta Jack O’Lantern Floats – Like a rootbeer float but with Fanta and in Jack O’Lantern cups.
Halloween Pretzels – Pretzels that look like pumpkins, mummies, or aliens.
Caramel Apple Slices – They’re like caramel apples, but easier to eat!
Tangerine Pumpkins & Banana Ghosts – Do you have kids? You should make these for them! They’re adorable but healthy.
Cheesy Halloween Breadstick Bones – If you like cheesy bread, you’ll like these.
Peanut Butter Halloween Party Mix – Sweet and salty and Halloweeny!
Candy Corn Popcorn – Basically, this is caramel popcorn in different colors arranged to look like candy corn.
Crescent Roll Witch Hats – Delicious looking and adorable.
Witch’s Broomstick Snacks – Everyone likes cheese (unless you’re like me and you can’t eat it), so why not make them look like brooms?
Halloween Ghost Fruit Kabobs – Marshmallow and fruit! What could be better?The best Halloween treats Click To Tweet
Pizza Skulls – Since they’re pizza in the shape of skulls with the toppings on the inside, they’re more like calzones than pizza. But they still look delicious!
Mummy Hot Dogs – Basically, you take crescent roll dough and wrap it (in small pieces) around hot dogs until they look like mummies. The perfect Halloween food for kids!
Halloween Stuffed Bell Peppers – You can make your peppers look like pumpkins and cook them like normal stuffed bell pepper. They look delicious!
Chicken Boo-dle Soup – A Halloween version of chicken noodle soup.
Mummy Calzones – We all know calzones are delicious, so why not make a Halloween version?
Jack-O-Lantern Calzones – These are another great idea for if you have kids!
Halloween Roasted Vegetables – Need to get your kids to eat their vegetables? Make them in fun Halloween shapes!
Halloween Spider Cookies – These are so cute! They are peanut butter cookies with Reese’s peanut butter cups on top.
Spiced Apple Mini Skull Lava Cakes – Honestly, if you make these, you’re super impressive. They look difficult to make, but maybe they’re not? Regardless, they look really cool.
Halloween Marshmallow Pops – On the other hand, these look a lot easier but super delicious.
Chocolate Dipped Candy Corn Treats – These are rice krispie treats in the shape of candy corn and dipped in chocolate.
Brownie Cupcakes – Brownies and cupcakes in the same treat? Count me in! They are black and orange, so perfect for Halloween.
Spooky Boo Brownies – Brownies with ghosts on top! So cute!
Easy Pumpkin Krispies Treat – Another rice krispies treat! These have the krispies in the shape of a pumpkin.
Halloween Spiker Cupcakes – These are simple cupcakes but they are topped with spiders (of the non-creepy variety).
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops – Another marshmallow pop treat! Here, as you probably figured out, they look like Frankenstein’s monster.
Witches Hats – Cookies that look like witches hats!
Dark Chocolate Cupcakes with Meringue Ghosts – Pretty self-explanatory.
Frankenstein Cupcakes – I’m all heart-eyed over these. They’re so cute.
Spiderweb Brownies – These brownies have a cheesecake-like spiderweb on them.
Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake – Speaking of cheesecake, why not have one in the shape of a graveyard.
What are your favorite Halloween treats?
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