Happy Fall, Y’all! I think this time of year is seriously a blast. I am always looking for Easy Halloween Treats to make whether it be for a party, for my kids to take to school, or let’s be honest, or just me to eat. Because why not? Plus, Easy Halloween Treats means that you can spend more time eating them and doing other fun, Halloween activities!
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Cute + Easy Halloween Treats
Anyway, back to our delicious Halloween treats. I’ve rounded up some of my all-time favorite Easy Halloween Treats and sweets for you. Some are silly, scary, cute and yummy. Frightful delightful fun! Which ones will you be making this Halloween?
35 Easy Halloween Treats You Can Make
All 35 Halloween treats on this list are so easy that you can make them super fast. You can also get some help from your kids if you want.
1. Mad Scientist Halloween Kids’ Drink
The bright green color just pops in this creepy drink. It’s a fun party idea too. You’ll definitely want to serve it in a beaker for that extra effect.
2. Chocolate Marshmallow Ghost Treats
Hand out these handmade treats at Halloween parties or to all your trick or treaters. Under the marshmallow is a delightful chocolate treat.
Get the recipe: Halloween Chocolate Marshmallow Ghost Treats
3. Halloween Coffin Treat Boxes
Inside the free printable treat boxes, put some gluten-free popcorn. This is a fantastic allergy-friendly idea for all those parties.
Get the Printable: Halloween Coffin Treat Boxes (Comes with free printable!)
4. Pumpkin Patch Candy
Just look at this adorable Halloween bark. Doesn’t each piece look like a cute pumpkin patch? Kiddos and Halloween fans will all adore it.
Get the recipe: Halloween Pumpkin Patch Candy Bark
5. Candy Corn Yogurt Pops
When the weather is still super warm, or you just want some ice cream, these adorable little popsicles will hit the spot. They look just like candy corn, but with a lot less sugar.
6. Evil Eye Cake Pops
Ewww!! These actually look like you are eating an eyeball! They are hilarious and perfect for Haunted House parties or just to make everyone laugh.
Get the recipe: Halloween Evil Eye Cake Pops
7. Twinkie Mummy Treats
If you aren’t skilled at piping icing, then these treats are just for you! They are even better when they aren’t perfect.
Get the recipe: Halloween Twinkie Mummy Treats
8. Frankenstein Cookies
You don’t have to bake these cookies, just decorate them. They are supposed to look silly, so don’t worry if the icing isn’t perfect.
Get the recipe: Halloween Frankenstein Cookies
9. Halloween Twinkie Bats
Twinkies taste divine when you cover them in chocolate. These aren’t scary at all either, so really little kids will love them too.
Get the recipe: Halloween Twinkie Bats
10. Eyeball Cupcakes
The red gel icing looks like blood as it’s running out of the icky eyeballs! Aren’t these the best?
Get the recipe: Spooky Eyeball Cupcakes
11. Candy-Filled Witch Hats
The chocolate waffle cones are the perfect size to be pointy witch hats for these super cute cookies. Decorate them with some black spiders too.
Get the recipe: Candy Filled Witch Hats
12. Candy Corn Flowers
These little creations look kind of like a sunflower, with a pumpkin in the middle. They have all your favorite fall colors too: yellow, orange, and green.
Get the recipe: Halloween Candy Corn Flowers
13. Frankenstein Suckers
It’s simple to make your own suckers out of Jolly Ranchers. The green ones are the best color (since Frankenstein’s monster was green) but have fun with other flavors too.
Get the recipe: Frankenstein Suckers
14. Halloween Jell-O Worms
Ask your kiddos which of them is brave enough to eat the “bloody, creepy worms” – it will be so funny! They look slimy – which they are!
Get the recipe: Halloween Jell-O Worms
15. Chocolate Spiderweb Milk
This is a super easy breakfast treat that you can make in mere minutes. You can also place this little chocolate decoration on top of your coffee cup too.
Get the recipe: Chocolate Spiderweb Milk
16. 1-Minute Monster Treats
As the name suggests, these funny and creative monster treats will be finished in about one minute. These are fantastic last-minute party treats.
Get the recipe: Halloween Monster Treats
17. Halloween Marshmallow Pops
Be free and let your creativity soar! Decorate some marshmallows with your favorite Halloween colors.
Get the recipe: Halloween Marshmallow Pops
18. Spiderweb Cupcakes
Doesn’t the “fur” on the spiders look real? For a little extra creepiness, add some googly eyes to them!
Get the recipe: Spiderweb Cupcakes
19. Frozen Banana Ghosts
If you want something that is so easy you can do it while doing your other things on your list, this one is for you. There’s not many steps to it and they are really entertaining for kids too.
Get the recipe: Halloween Frozen Banana Ghosts
20. Oreo Cookie Eyeballs
The green and blue goop in the eyes is delightfully icky for Halloween. You can also use red for a more bloodshot look.
Get the recipe: Halloween Oreo Cookie Eyeballs
21. Halloween Dipped Pretzels
The more eyes you add, the better these look! Use any colors you want and design them with your personal flair.
Get the recipe: Easy Halloween Dipped Pretzels
22. Eyeball Donuts
The best thing about these Halloween treats is that there is literally no cooking, melting, or freezing required.
Get the recipe: Halloween Eyeball Donuts
23. Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats
This tutorial comes complete with a printable label. If your child has a Halloween party, these are allergy-friendly and a fun choice.
Get the recipe: Halloween Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treat
24. Bloodshot Eyeball Cookies
What’s more Halloween than eating bloodshot eyeballs? Set these out on a plate with a few other treats from this list.
Get the recipe: Halloween Bloodshot Eyeball Cookies
25. Spiderweb Pretzels
Aren’t these cute? They are so fun to make! They might be more fun to make than to eat.
Get the recipe: Halloween Spider Web Pretzels
26. Vampire Cookies
These are such happy and friendly little vampires. You won’t believe how they are made.
Get the recipe: Halloween Vampire Cookies
27. Zombie Eyeball Cookies
Zombies normally want to eat brains, but in this case, they’ll enjoy some eyeballs. Your little monsters will chomp them up!
Get the recipe: Halloween Zombie Eyeballs
28. Pretzel Monster Treats
These monsters are purple, but you can make them any color you want.
Get the recipe: Halloween Pretzel Monster Treats
29. Candy Corn Fruit Parfaits
For a healthier option, make a fruit parfait that resembles candy corn. It’s a sweet treat without added sugars.
Get the recipe: Halloween Candy Corn Fruit Parfaits
30. Oreo Mummy Pops
For anyone that doesn’t enjoy being perfect with frosting piping, try these treats. A mummy’s wrapping isn’t perfect, so neither do these have to be.
Get the recipe: Halloween Oreo Mummy Pops
31. Candy Corn Cupcakes
Even the inside of these cupcakes looks like candy corn. And they are super sweet too – just like candy corn.
Get the recipe: Halloween Candy Corn Cupcakes
32. Caramel Pretzel Bites
Chocolate dipped pretzels satiate both salty and sweet cravings. Adding some orange and black sprinkles makes them Halloweeny.
Get the recipe: Halloween Caramel Pretzel Bites
33. Ding Dong Bat Treats
These little vampire bats are so adorable! No baking required, just a little decorating.
Get the recipe: Halloween Ding Dong Bat Treats
34. Halloween Slime Pops
Slop some green goop on top of some Oreos and you have some ghoulishly fun treats! Use red frosting for a little “bloody” treat too.
Get the recipe: Halloween Slime Pops
35. Witch Hat Cupcakes
The chocolate frosting on these cupcakes is so delicious that you’ll want to eat it with a spoon. You can pile the cupcakes high or use less frosting – it’s up to you.
Get the recipe: Halloween Witch Hat Cupcakes
36. Marshmallow Ghost Cupcakes
Nothing tastes better than marshmallow and chocolate. These easy Ghost Cupcakes will be a tasty treat for all your ghostly parties.
Get the recipe: Marshmallow Ghost Cupcakes
37. Witches Cauldron Halloween Treats
This is a great no-bake Halloween treat. Use store-bought cakes and toppings to decorate these cute Cauldron treats!
Get the recipe: Witches Cauldron Halloween Treats
38. Homemade Caramel Apples
Create great family memories making caramel apples using a homemade caramel sauce and a variety of toppings. Perfect for fall and Halloween!
Get the recipe: Homemade Caramel Apples