MAKE IT CUTE
10 easy Halloween treats that are nightmarishly cute
October is the season of ghastly decorations, fabulously terrifying costumes, and of course sweet and spooky treats. Candy, of course, is a must, but for all our foodies and party planning gurus here’s ten super simple and adorable Halloween treats that your friends and family will love!
There’s nothing better than the sweet and salty taste of a chocolate covered pretzel. Here’s how to turn these beloved treats into frightful mummies, aliens, and pumpkins.
Caramel apples have always been a fun and easy treat for Halloween, but use this recipe to make your caramel apples even more fang-tastic!
We don’t know about you, but here at GL we aren’t fans of eating real eyeballs. That’s just *gross*! However, we do love these Oreo truffle eyeballs that are delightfully gruesome for Halloween. You can make chilling bat and pumpkin truffle balls to!
Want to add the snap, crackle, and pop to your table of *yumminess* at your Halloween party? These rice crispy treat mummies are the perfect undead snack.
If we could describe the perfect bite it would probably be a mouthful of chocolatey brownie goodness, gooey marshmallow, and sweet frosting. These ghostly brownies are exactly that.
We know The Wizard of Oz isn’t your go to hair-raising horror film for the October holiday, but we can guarantee these wicked witch inspired sugar cookies will be a huge hit.
We just can’t wait for Valentine’s Day to get our chocolate covered strawberries. If you’re like us and want them now instead of February, you can whip up these haunting chocolate covered strawberry ghosts.
Become the mad doctor with this recipe that will help you bring to life your own sweet yet supernatural Frankenstein cupcakes. No lightning necessary.
With this easy peasy recipe you can turn deliciously boring marshmallows into the creatures of the dark that live under your bed.
No Halloween is complete without the white, orange, and yellow candy that we only get once a year. Make a boo-tiful candy corn inspired jello cup with this simple recipe.
Which Halloween treat looks the most spook-tasticly yummy? Let us know in the comments!