The 15 Most Creative Halloween Desserts
Halloween Worms: Kids will slurp up these fruit-flavored gummy worms.
Graveyard Cupcakes: I make these cupcakes each Halloween with my daughters and now granddaughter!
Devil's Food Spider Cupcakes: These cupcakes are creepy, right down to their yellow jellybean eyes. Perfect for Halloween!
Sandra Lee's Spider Bites: This spooky Halloween sweet was provided to us by the Food Network star Sandra Lee!
Halloween Crispy Marshmallow Ghosts: These fun treats are very festive without being scary. Children can decorate the ghost's faces to make them personal.
Halloween Slime Punch: This is so good, I even use it for birthdays and showers without the bugs.
Black Halloween Punch: Delicious! As it is with any Halloween punch, a frozen 'hand' adds just the right spooky touch! The combined colors make a delightfully scary look!
Witches' Broomsticks: These maple-flavored broomsticks are guaranteed to melt in your mouth and be a hit with kids of all ages.
Gross Out Pudding: Kids love "gross" on Halloween and this pudding will do the trick for parties. I don't know if it's been done before but it just hit me one day and all the kids got such a kick out of it.
Fudgy Frankenstein Fingers: These edible fingers are tender and fragile -- so handle with care!
Gravedigger's Cake: Let your little zombies grab a shovel and dig in!
Jack O' Lantern Cakes: Brew up a witch's cauldron of fun this Halloween with special spooky treats. This delicious goodie is frighteningly fun to make, so get your little monsters involved.
Monster Munchies: Keep your little ghouls happy this Halloween with these filling snack balls or bars.
Chocolate Cauldron Cups: A chocolate cookie crumb crust is filled with minty pudding in this quick-to-make treat
Butterfinger Eyeballs: Have a fun scare with these candy "eyeballs" at your next Halloween party.