50 Spooky Halloween Treats for the Kids to Eat!


 

If you’re anything like me, Halloween is one of your favorite holidays. The cool air, the pumpkins and all the scary decor makes me grin from ear to ear in excitement for October 31st! Now that my daughter is older, I’m always looking for new ways to add anticipation for Halloween, and these FIFTY treat ideas are a great place to start!

 

1. Cream Cheese Swirl Halloween Brownies
2. Fast and Easy Halloween Spiderweb Treat
3. Eyeball Hot Chocolate
4. Pumpkin Marshmallows
5. Witch Hats

6. Deviled Spider Eggs
7. Mummy Dogs
8. Hooting Owl Pretzels
9. Scarecrow Treats
10. Spider Lollipops

11. Peeps Fun Fall Fruit Cups
12. Severed Finger Hot Dogs
13. Blood Fondue
14. Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats
15. Halloween Candy Creation

16. Spook Cookies
17. Easy Spider Halloween Cupcakes
18. Voodoo Doll Cookies
19. Ghost Pizza
20. Sweet and Salty Boo Crunch


21. Brew-Ha-Ha Punch
22. Creepy Breadstick Fingers
23. Halloween Oreo Caramel Rice Krispie Treats
24. Halloween Sugar Cookies
25. Peanut Butter Cookie Pizza

26. Blackout Candy Apples
27. Pig in a Blanket Toadies
28. Candy Corn on the Cob
29. Halloween Teeth
30. Swamp Water

31. Candy Corn Cheesecake
32. Pretzel Fingers
33. Creepy Peepers
34. Candy Corn Fudge
35. Ghostly Strawberries

36. Cauldron Cakes
37. Frankenstein Cookies
38. Pumpkin Pretzels
39. Cauldron Cupcakes
40. Orange Hot Chocolate

41. Skull Cookies
42. White Chocolate Ghost Suckers
43. Spider Krispies
44. White Chocolate Candy Corn Pretzel Fudge
45. Witch’s Hat Cookies

46. Halloween Kitty Cookies
47. Swirly Halloween Cookies
48. Halloween Owl Cupcakes
49. Zombie Boogers
50. Zombie Cupcakes

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