It may be that pregnancy kicked my sweet tooth into high gear, but I think in general I just love when it is time for Halloween treats. There is something about this holiday that just brings out the creativity in everyone and they have so much fun making something sweet to eat that has its own vibe. Whether it is sweet, cute, spooky, scary or just plain fun, I think we can all agree that Halloween treats are a must. I can promise you that they are a must in this house. Without further ado, I challenge you to make one of these amazing and fun Halloween treats and eats!
Let’s see those Halloween treats and eats…
Last year we made these amazing Halloween Candy Bars. They were so easy and the kids loved that they had Halloween sprinkles inside. I hope we will be able to make them this year, too!
How cute are these spider deviled eggs by Practically Functional. They look super easy to make, too!
This Bat’s Brew Halloween Punch by Crafting in the Rain looks like it would be a hit at any party! So fun!
I so want to try these easy cinnamon roll ghosts by The Pinning Mama. How fun would these be for breakfast?
Did someone say no-bake? I’m in! How adorable are these frankenstein snack cake treats by Design Dazzle? Love!
This pumpkin bubbling drink is a family friendly drink that even the kids will love. Head on over to Simply Darrling for all sorts of drink ideas.
Kleinworth and Co. is amping up the Halloween fun with these adorable monster cupcakes. I love them!
At our house we love a little humor and this Pumpkin Poop Treat Jar does just that!
I love a snack idea that looks so intricate, but it is really so simple to make, these Frankenstein Pudding Cups are just that!
These are the cutest cookies by 100 directions. I literally want to make these eyeball cookies right now!
Amber Simmons created Rice Krispie Zombie brains. I know my son would get a kick out of this!
Finally, these Witch Hat Cookies are always a classic at our house! Now go make some fun treats!
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