While my kids are getting crazy excited about Halloween costumes, I’m over here planning out clever new Halloween treats! They’re always the FUNNEST treats to make because you can be so creative with them. Some of these treats LOOK professional, and rather complicated, but if you check out the tutorials, they’re actually pretty simple, even for a novice!
Here are some of the cutest, spookiest, and most creative treats I’ve found floating around recently…
1. Monster Cake
2. Blackout Candied Apples
How spooky are these Blackout Candied Apples?
3. Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cups
These adorable Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Bowls are the perfect healthy Halloween treat!
4. Pumpkin Popcorn Balls
These super simple Pumpkin Popcorn Balls are great for class parties or neighbor gifts! There are several candies you can use to make those leaves, too!
5. Vampire Caramel Apples
These adorable Vampire Caramel Apples are just a simple twist on regular caramel apples, with a couple marshmallows thrown in. Genius!
6. Graveyard Cupcakes
7. Cheese Monsters
These adorably simple Cheese Monsters are insanely easy!
8. Swamp Juice
My kids LOVE Swamp Juice! We make it every year! We like to freeze ice cubes with gummy worms inside them.
Okay, this Guac-O-Lantern is just as clever as it is disgusting!
10. Easy Halloween Spider Cookies
These really are easy to make! All you need is cookie mix, malt ball candies, chocolate covered peanuts or raisins and icing! Full recipe here.
11. Pumpkin Cheese Ball
Who doesn’t love a good cheese ball, really? And this Pumpkin Cheese Ball is loaded with flavor AND style. So stinking cute!
12. Band-Aid Biscuits
This one seriously freaks me out, but it’s SOOOO simple and so darn creative! Get the Band-Aid Biscuits instructions HERE!
13. Easy & FUN Halloween Snack Idea
Are you starting to think about and plan classroom Halloween parties or just looking for some cute snack ideas for lunches? Check out these SUPER easy to make Halloween snacks.
14. Dirty Earwax Q-Tip Treats
YUCK, right?! All you need for these are Q-Tips, mini marshmallows and caramels. Get the directions here.
15. Halloween Lunch Ideas for Kids
Make your little pumpkin a special lunch to get them even more excited about Halloween!🙂
Written by Danielle for Hip2Save. Danielle is a proud mom to 5 amazing kids in Utah, who lives for coffee and baking. She’s dedicated to balancing her own interests and passions, while encouraging her children to follow their own paths in life.