12 Spooky Sweets for Halloween

12 Spooky Sweets for Halloween

It's official: Halloween decorations and miniature candy bars are already lining store shelves. Stay on track this fall and start prepping for your big Halloween bash. After all, no Halloween party's complete without spooky sweet treats for all the ghouls and goblins lucky enough to attend. We promise, a devilish time will be had by all!

Spooky Delights - This "spooky" recipe was the winner of the Spook-tacular Halloween Recipes Contest! These treats will surely make your little ghouls eyes pop!

Scary Eye Balls - Kids will squeal with delight at the sight of these eyeball treats from Shannon Blatchley of Ludlow, Massachusetts. They'll love the peanut butter flavor, too!

Candied Applies for Halloween - This is a fun, seasonal recipe that the whole family can enjoy! If they are old enough to be careful, let the kids help dip the apples into the coating.

Bloody Delights - After your lil' vampires bite into one, they'll want to bite into more!

Halloween Hands - These hands are so cute and they're not really scary so they are good for younger kids. So good everyone will enjoy. An added plus - they're easy to make for Halloween parties.

Gravedigger's Cake - Let your little zombies grab a shovel and dig in!

Creepy Delights - These Creepy Delights will keep all your ghouls happy, with a taste that can't be beat and squirming fun!

Pumpkin Cookies - Make these at Halloween, Thanksgiving or anytime you have a taste for pumpkin.  Great flavor and easy to make.

Spooky Eyes - Use hard boiled eggs to make these creepy eyeballs!

Dead Man's Legs - These simple cookies are delicious any time of year, but when you add this title, they're definitely for Halloween.

Butterfinger Eye Balls - Have a fun scare with these candy eyeballs at your next Halloween party.

Halloween Goblin Balls - A thick, candy syrup poured over popcorn makes these sweet treats.


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