40 Party-Ready Halloween Treats: Wow Your Guests!

All of the treats below will blow minds and turn heads at your next party. Enjoy these 40 party-ready Halloween treats…

Article Image From: TheCrumbyKitchen

1. Spicy Little Devil’s Food Cupcakes

These are no ordinary chocolate cupcakes! These Spicy Little Devil’s Food Cupcakes turn up the heat with a cinnamon & cayenne ganache filling, and are topped with devilish decor perfect for any Halloween party!

From: TheCrumbyKitchen

2. Halloween Cupcakes Ideas

Bring your Halloween cupcake ideas to fruition, and bake a variety of treats for your next ghostly gala. Have fun and get creative with frosting and toppings. Bake ghost cupcakes, mummy cupcakes, and spider cupcakes for a “spookalicious” display of yummy treats!

From: PunchBowl

3. Stabbed Eyeballs

From: Instructables

4. Poison Toffee Apples

These black poison toffee apples are the ultimate wickedly sinister Halloween treat and will make an excellent centerpiece.

From: SimplyDeliciousFood

5. Eyeball Oreo Truffles

Eyeball OREO Truffles are crushed OREO cookies and cream cheese dipped in white chocolate candy melts.

From: MomLovesBaking

6. Devil Meringues

Devilishly clever cookies complete with horns give any Halloween celebration a slightly mischievous edge. The wicked shades of crimson and black are easy to achieve using the Wilton Color Right Performance Color System.

From: Wilton

7. Mummy Cupcakes

These Mummy Cupcakes are a fun and spooky Halloween treat that kids will love. Perfect for serving at a Halloween party!

From: FrugalMomEh

8. Witch Hat Cookies

These no-bake Halloween witch hat treats are so easy and fun to make and to eat!

From: DizzyBusyAndHungry

9. Easy Ghost Cupcakes

Boo! These ghost cupcakes are super easy to make and the perfect treat for your Halloween party.

From: WhatShouldIMakeFor

10. “Boo”Nana Pops

With Halloween coming soon, I thought I would share these cute, ghost-shaped frozen Frozen “Boo”-nana Pops made with white chocolate and bananas. This is fun to make with the kids and what kid doesn’t like chocolate covered bananas.

From: SkinnyTaste

11. Bewitched M&M Cookies

Chock full of colorful M&M’s this yummy cakey cookie is sure to please your family so grab an eye of a newt and a bag of M&M’s and make a batch today!

From: TwoSistersCrafting

12. Monster Eye Balls Rice Krispie Bites

Whether you like your Halloween treats to be “creepy” or “cute”, these Monster Eye Ball Rice Krispie Bites are for you.  And did we mention how easy they are to make?  What about how yummy they taste?  Grab a box of Rice Krispie Cereal and the kids and make up a batch of these fun, colorful and delicious Halloween snacks.

From: TwoSistersCrafting

13. Witch Hat Cupcakes

Witch Hat Cupcakes that take just 5 ingredients to make! You kids will love helping you make these fun and easy Halloween cupcakes! 

From: TastesBetterFromScratch

14. Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats

Halloween is coming up fast! Which means its time to start planning for your Halloween party! Whether you’re going to have a big party with friends or just a small family party with your kids, you’ll want to make sure to serve some tasty themed treats.

From: AcultivatedNest

15. Spider Web Taco Dip

Scary good taco dip for your Halloween party!

From: PalatablePastime

16.  Halloween Jalapeno Popper Mummies

These little mummies will win over your heart and your stomach! They are just so darned cute you don’t want to eat them but trust me, once you have one you will be heading back for more! These little Halloweeño Jalapeño Popper Mummies are so easy to make, too.

From: TheHopelessHousewife

17. Witch Brooms

Witch brooms are a fun and easy treat that you can make for Halloween.  They look really cute and are the perfect blend of sweet and salty.  Simply insert a pretzel stick into a Reese’s cup and that’s it.  If you want to jazz them up a little more, you can pipe some black icing around the bottom of the sticks where they go into the chocolate.  Or tie little bows around them.  Just make them your own and everyone will love them!

From: CouponingToDisney

18. Candy Corn Chocolate Bites

These salty-sweet candy corn pretzel treats are so simple to make!

From: SallysBakingAddiction

19. Bewitched Halloween Popcorn

Our Bewitched Halloween Popcorn is sweet, salty, delicious and chock full of crunchy chocolate candy in Halloween colors. So yummy and easy to make, it is one of our go-to desserts for Halloween parties, potlucks, and bake sales.

From: TwoSistersCrafting

20. Pumpkin Patch Brownie Treats

Whether you want a non-spooky treat for Halloween or just a fun treat for fall, these pumpkin patch brownies are sure to be a hit!

From: MomEndeavors

21. Harvest Hash Trail Mix

Mix Together and serve. Quantities of each item can vary based on your preference and the total quantity needed. The key to a delicious looking snack is a variety of textures and shapes.

From: TheHouseOfHendrix

22. Spooky Chocolate Vanilla Oreo Fudge

Layers of chocolate, vanilla, Oreo cookies, and sprinkles make this Spooky Chocolate Vanilla Oreo Fudge a fun treat to make and eat.  Candy eyes give it the spooky “Eye will be watching you” feel.

From: InsideBruCrewLife

23. Lolly Pop Spiders

I don’t particularly like to eat lollypops in general anymore, but my girls love them. And they LOVED these spider lollypops! Almost as much as they loved the lolly pop ghosts we made last week. (We had leftovers, hence the second lolly pop post this week.). And surprisingly, they love Tootsie Pops too. My 3 year old would eat three a day if I’d let her. (Don’t worry, I don’t let her…)

From: OneLittleProject

24. Ghost & Candy Corn Mini Cupcakes

Who doesn’t love a two-bite cupcake? These tiny treats are adorable and easy to make using the Wilton Royal Icing Ghost and Candy Corn decorations and the Wilton Mega Mini Muffin Pan. Great for Halloween party ideas, school functions or any time you need mini cupcakes that makes a huge impact for fun!

From: Wilton

25. Spooky Fog Drinks

A Halloween party drink should be a little eerie and a whole lot of fun. That’s what makes these fog drinks perfect for some holiday fun.

From: FamilyMaven

26. Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats

How cute are these Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats? A few years back the we decided to let the kiddos have their friends all over for a Halloween party. They had not had Halloween parties since they were quite young. Being the cute food crazy mom that I am  I insisted they let me choose the food if they were to have a Halloween Party.

From: CincyShopper

27. Pumpkin Puke Dip

Choose any dip you’d like and carve your pumpkin to make it look like it’s puking! Guacamole, queso, and spinach artichoke dip work great!

28. Oreo Eyeball Cookies

These easy eyeball cookies are one of our favorite Halloween food crafts. This OREO Cookie Eyeballs Halloween Treat DIY aka my OREO eyeballs are fun to make and the kids will definitely love to eat them!  You can change up the ingredients a little bit to work with items you can find, but you really don’t need much for this easy cookie recipe other than OREO cookies and different frostings.

From: 100Directions

29. Pretzel Pumpkins

Pretzel Pumpkins have only 3 ingredients, can be made in 10 minutes and will soon be your new favorite fall or Halloween candy.

From: TheSpruceEats

30. Ghostbusters Green Slimed Popcorn

Today I’m sharing a fun, easy recipe for Ghostbusters Green Slimed Popcorn. It’s green and sticks to your fingers – just like slime! My kids loved this Slimer-inspired ooey-gooey popcorn treat. We’re planning on making for our family Halloween party. I think it will be a huge hit!

From: Babble

31. Deliciously Rotten Deviled Eggs

With Halloween sneaking up on us, I’m sure you’ll be attending some parties. The kids are sure going to go nuts over these Halloween deviled eggs.

From: ParentingChaos

32. Strawberry Ghosts

Halloween treats are steadily filling my Pinterest feed, my bloglovin’ emails and my trips down every aisle in the grocery store. So I figure it’s time! I love these little strawberry ghosts!

From: BlogCandiQuik

33. Mummy Nutter Butters

Here’s a step-by-step photo guide to making the cookies. You can get the full recipe at the bottom of this post.

From: Buzzfeed

34. Mummy Weenies

There’s no better time than Halloween to get your wee ones involved in helping out in the kitchen! Ghoulish colors and freaky designs are sure to attract their curious eyes, and you don’t have to worry about perfection, because when it comes to Halloween treats, the scarier the better.

From: YahooStyle

35. Bowl Of Worms

Create tasty, edible worms. This recipe is simple and great for Halloween, April Fool’s, or anytime you feel like snacking on wormy goodness! If you can make jello, then you can make these cool looking worms.

From: Instructables

36. Halloween Marshmallow Pops

Halloween Marshmallow Pops couldn’t be easier or more festive. Everyone’s going to want one the minute they get to your Halloween party!

From: MyBakingAddiction

37. Fun & Easy Mummy Brownies

Hey friends! I’m so excited to be sharing these fun and easy mummy brownies with you guys today! I am a sucker for themed treats– mostly because my kids love them so much! The best thing about these brownies  (besides that they are freaking delicious) is how simple and fun they are to make! I love baking with my littles and these are definitely simple enough for kids to be able to help in the creating!

From: PrettyProvidence

38. Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups

I love dirt.  And by dirt, I mean the delicious dessert comprised of layering Oreo crumbs and chocolate pudding. We made these cute pumpkin patch dirt cups to take to a fellowship dinner at our church last night.

From: ICanTeachMyChild

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39. Halloween Pretzels

Halloween Pretzels made into 3 spooky treats- Pumpkins, Mummies & Aliens. Use chocolate & candy to create these festive Halloween Pretzels.

From: ButterWithASideOfBread

40. Trick-or-Treat Pocky

It turns out the trick to homemade Pocky is delivering more treat.

From: Tastemade

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