4 Scary Sweet Treats You Can Bring To Any Halloween Party

One of the best parts about the holiday season is the baking that happens during it. There are so many excuses to try new recipes and have some fun in the kitchen that it’s hard to just make one thing at a time!

Holidays inspire lots of fun recipes. Halloween is the perfect time to experiment with some fun new recipes that are sure to win over any party you host. Here are a few starter recipes that have helped me host better parties during the spookiest season of the year. Eat, drink and be scary, ghoulfriends! 😉

Character Cupcakes

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Everyone’s going to be dressing up, so why not let your desserts do the same thing? No extra purchase at the Halloween costume store required. This simple cupcake recipe will help you create any Halloween character you want. Turn your cupcakes into pumpkins, ghosts or even mini Frankensteins. Get creative — anything’s possible!

Homemade Candy Bars

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You probably already know what kinds of candy you’re going to buy this October and how much you’ll end up not giving away. Put that extra candy to good use instead of just eating it all the day after Halloween. You don’t need to be an expert baker to make homemade bite-sized candy bars. Just whip up a batch and cover in icing. You’ll soon find that the decoration possibilities are endless.

A Classic — Pumpkin Pie!

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Pumpkin pie is a classic Halloween dessert, which makes it perfect for a party. Make your pie a crowd pleaser by topping it with chocolate drizzle.

Jello Worms

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Need a dessert that’s striking enough to make guests hesitate to eat it? Try making some jello worms. By cooling your jello inside straws, you’ll have multicolored Earth crawlers ready to eat in no time. Make them look more at home by baking a single layer of chocolate cake and breaking it into crumbles to create soil.

You can also put Oreos in a blender to make the same effect, just take out the filling first!

Baking for the holidays can either be a fun experience or an exhausting one. It all depends on how many people you’re trying to feed and what you’re planning on making. And no matter what you’re baking or how skilled you are, make sure you’re practicing safe baking methods. Did you know that 42% of people walk away from the kitchen while baking to talk on their phone or text? Don’t let all those cute pumpkin patches Instagram posts distract you from your goal of baking the best Halloween desserts ever.

Halloween is a great time of year to do exactly that because the dessert recipes are so much fun! People will love these tasty and neat recipes because they’ll be as much fun to look at as they will be to eat. Have fun trying out something new this Halloween, and don’t forget to leave a bite for yourself!

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