No Tricks, Just Halloween Themed Treats!

By Giggle Magazine

Halloween is next week, and we are so ready! While you probably aren’t throwing a big Halloween party for the whole neighborhood, you can still make some spooky snacks for your family and a few friends! Try out these Halloween themed treats this year to get in the spooky spirit!


Combine Chex mix, small black licorices pieces, mini marshmallows, candy corn, Reese’s pieces and mix!


Make Caramel apples as instructed on the Brach’s caramel bag. Let cool. Then, roll apples in, or hand place. pieces of cut up Halloween candy of your choice. Our top picks were Oreos, Reeses pieces, Snickers, Kit Kat, candy corn and mini M&M’s. Place in the fridge until ready to serve.

Halloween themed treats


Frost your cupcake with your dyed vanilla frosting. Separate an Oreo and reserve the side with no cream (you can eat the other side!). Use the decorating icing to secure one unwrapped Hershey’s Kiss to the center of your remaining Oreo half, then decorate your newly constructed witch hat as you like before placing it on your cupcake.


Cover Blow-Pops with tissues and secure with twine. Color in eyes with a black pen for a ghostly finish!

Halloween treats


Simply attach candy eyeballs to peppermints with gel icing.


We made these witch fingers by dipping pretzel rods into green candy melts and topped them with almond sliver nails!


We made these kiddie sized pizza treats by using flatbread rounds, pre-made pizza sauce and mozzarella cheese. Bake in the oven until done and top with a spider made out of a black olives.



These classic sugar cookies are cut into spooky shapes like bats, ghosts and spider webs! Use black and white royal icing to decorate the cookies!


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