Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

With Halloween just a few spooky weeks away, the themed parties and family get-togethers are sure to be closing in fast! You have the theme, the decorations, even the costumes. But what about the snacks? Instead of throwing a batch of cookies in the oven, show some imagination and create something truly spooktacular!

We’ve found four quick and easy party treat recipes that will leave your guests screaming – for more!


1. Witches’ Brooms

Trick or treat? Both! While this treat is frightfully quick to make, it’ll go fast, leaving everyone asking for more! And the trick: it’ll only take you a few seconds to make another batch!



Pretzel Sticks

Mini Reese’s Cups



Perhaps the easiest Halloween recipe you can make, Witches’ Brooms only require two ingredients! Simply flip over the Reese’s Cups and stick the pretzel sticks into their bottom – and voilà! You’ve got a number of delicious treats in a matter of seconds!



2. Graveyard Pudding Cups

Whip up this spooky snack when you’re looking to make a truly adorable, quick, and sweet treat! With milky chocolate and a friendly ghost, it’s perfect for a kid’s party!



Oreo Cookies

Chocolate Pudding Cups

Ghost Peeps

Pumpkin shaped candy



Place the Oreos in a zip lock bag and, pressing out the air, seal it tightly. Using a rolling pin, finely smash Oreos. Next, open up the pudding cups and sprinkle an even amount of the crushed Oreos on top. Place a Peep ghost and candy pumpkin in each cup to top it off.



3. Oreo Eyeballs

If you’re trying to be extra clever this Halloween, create some Oreo Eyeballs for your guests! They require an imaginative eye but what happens if some don’t turn out perfect? Looks like you’re going to have to eat the evidence!



Oreo Cookies

Blue & green gel icing

Red food coloring

A small paintbrush

Brown M&Ms



Remove half of the Oreo cookie and discard (eat!) Keep the side that holds the frosting. Add a decent sized glob of either blue or green icing in the middle of the frosting – alternate the colors to have an even amount of each! Place 1 M&M in the center of the icing. Lastly, put a small drop of red food coloring in a bowl or plate. Using the paintbrush, paint red vein on the white frosting, around the colored gel.


4. Frozen Banana Ghosts

Boo – nana! These banana ghosts are a dream come true when looking for a healthy treat the kids actually want to eat! Who knew Halloween treats could be something other than candy?!


Ingredients: (Makes 4 Ghosts)

1 Banana

4 Popsicle Sticks

8 mini chocolate chips

1 cup of white chocolate



Cutting lengthwise, slice the banana in half from end to end. Next, cut slices in half to make 4 quarters. Insert Popsicle sticks into the bottom of each piece and freeze on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper. Once banana pieces are frozen, fill a mug or small bowl with the white chocolate and microwave chocolate in 30 second intervals, stirring in between until it is melted and soft. Next, working one at a time, dip the bananas into the white chocolate and reset them on the cookie sheet and wax paper. Working quickly, place the chocolate chips into the bananas as eyes before the chocolate hardens. Return to the freezer until they are hardened. Finally – enjoy a delicious and healthy Halloween treat!


Frightfully delightful, these Halloween treats are sure to cast a spell on your guests! Quick, easy, and adorably spooky, they will be the talk of the party! Who ever said hosting was a chore? With recipes like these, it’ll be a treat!