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20 Easy Halloween Treats for a Spooktacular Celebration!

20 Easy Halloween Treats for a Spooktacular Celebration!

Halloween is the perfect time to indulge in deliciously eerie treats, but you don't need to be a master chef to create ghoulishly good snacks. No-bake Halloween treats are not only hassle-free but also a fun and creative way to get into the spooky spirit. In this blog post, we'll introduce you to 20 easy, no-bake Halloween treats that are perfect for a fangtastic celebration. Whether you're hosting a party or just want to whip up something spooky with the kids, these treats are sure to delight and terrify in equal measure.


  1. Banana Ghosts

Peel and halve bananas then add mini chocolate chip eyes for adorable ghostly treats. Super easy, super cute, and super festive!


  1. Spider Oreos

 Stick 8 pretzel sticks (4 on each side) into an Oreo. Then add candy eyes by sticking them on with frosting or peanut butter. You can also add candy corn pieces under the eyes to make fangs!


  1. Eyeball Rice Krispie Treats

Make your rice krispies as you normally do. However, prior to adding the cereal, dye the mix whatever color you please. Then, make the treats into small circles. Before it is fully cooled, squish a candy eye in the center!


  1. Vampire Teeth

Take 2 apple slices and coat one side of each with peanut butter. Line up marshmallows on one of the slices. Then, stick the other apple slice on top, peanut butter side facing the marshmallows.


  1. Vampire Donuts

Stick plastic vampire teeth (I find them here) in the hole of the donut. If you want to, you can also add candy eyes to make it more fun.


  1. Halloween Veggie Tray 

Grab some orange veggies (carrots and/or orange bell peppers) and arrange them into a pumpkin shape. I used a round, shallow bowl to make my pumpkin. Then, make your favorite veggie dip (I LOVE this super easy one!) and use that as the eyes. Add whatever other colored veggies you like to contrast with the orange to make a mouth and nose. Finally, use a short stick of celery for the stem! My kids went wild about this one and were actually excited to eat their veggies!


  1. Pumpkin Cuties 

 Draw a jack-o-lantern face on a cutie! Easy as that! 


  1. Creepy-Crawly Jello Cups / Simply Made Recipes


  1. Marshmallow GhostsTaste of Home


  1. Spider Web Pretzels / Five Heart Home


  1. Witch Hat CookiesKelly's Thoughts on Things


  1. Candy Corn Rice KrispiesLil' Luna


  1. Oreo Mummies / Soulfully Made


  1. Pretzel Witches' Brooms / Amanda's Cookin'


  1. Donut Hole Eyeballs / Cooking with Janica


  1. Frankenstein Fruit Cups / Sparkles to Sprinkles


  1. Strawberry Ghosts / Love from the Oven


  1. Harvest Puppy Chow / Made to Be A Momma


  1. Easy Ghost Pretzels / Dessert Now Dinner Later


  1. Ghost SuckersKitchen Cents


Try these out at your next party! Most of them are easy enough that your kiddos can help you make them. I hope you enjoy these treats. Looking for some entertainment for that party, check out this blog post: Spooky Fun: How to Throw a Kids Halloween Party! 

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