23 Homemade Halloween Desserts and Treats

Enjoy one of these spooky, fun Halloween dessert ideas the whole family will love!

If I had to guess what I will be doing this time next week, I would say that I'll likely be frantically running to my local craft supply store to pick up as much candy melts, googly eye balls, orange sprinkles, and candy skeleton pieces that I can get my hands on. I am SO guilty of procrastinating when it comes to baking desserts and making baking preparations for big holidays like Halloween! 

This year, we'll be hosting another spooky walking taco party and I'll be introducing even more edible, Halloween critters! I've got a good idea on what I'll be preparing when it comes to black and orange food ideas for the appetizers and main course, but I was lacking in inspiration in the desserts department until I found some fun ideas from some of my favorite food bloggers. Today, I'm sharing lots of fun and easy-to-recreate Halloween treats and desserts that everyone can enjoy!

Homemade Halloween Desserts and Treats 

Witches, graveyards, spiders, monsters, ghosts, and gore! 

All 23 of these Halloween-themed treat ideas are simple enough to make that anyone can re-create them! Be sure to save any of these ideas you enjoy to Pinterest and Facebook!

Graveyard Tombstone Brownies from  Home and Plate

Halloween Witch Hats Treats from  Cincy Shopper

Super Cute Frankenstein Jolly Rancher Suckers from  Dorky's Deals

Chocolate Peanut Butter Spiderweb Brownies from  Beaming Baker

Candy Corn Halloween Dessert Pizza from  A Side of Sweet

Spider Chocolate Chip Cookies from  Serena Bakes Simply from Scratch

Halloween Pumpkin OREO Cake from  Peas and Peonies

Halloween Pretzels from  The Monday Box

Killer Mini Bundts from  Homemade Hooplah

Halloween Bloodshot Eyeball Cookies from  Creations by Kara

Ghosts in the Graveyard Dessert Shoots from  Sugar Spun Run

Miss Dracula Pudding Cups from  Cake Whiz

Eye of Newt Halloween Pretzels from  The Farm Girl Gabs

Gluten-Free Frankenstein Macarons from  Anyonita Nibbles

Vegan Mummy Cupcakes from  Vegan Hugs

Creepy Witches Fingers from  Num's the Word

Monster Mash Halloween Candy Bark from  Pack Momma

Boo-tiful Halloween JELLO Cups from  My Organized Chaos

Cute Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats from  A Cultivated Nest

Spiderweb Cake from  Liv for Cake

Halloween Chex Mix Muddy Buddies from  House of Nash Eats

Spider Cookies from  Celebrating Sweets

Halloween Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Platter from  Our Mini Family

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  1. Whoa! Now that's a serious collection of spooktacular yumminess! We take Halloween seriously at our house so I know my family will enjoy trying some of these recipes out this year.

  2. These are all adorable! It's amazing what you can do with some edible eyeballs!

    1. For real--those edible eyeballs are always a good investment every year haha

  3. Wow these all look incredible and some really fun creations to try to make Halloween even more spooktacular! I love the frankenpops and the little Witch hats the most!

    1. Yes!! They are very cute--glad you enjoyed the post, Charlotte!

  4. What a fun ideas! Halloween is so exciting, kids would love all of these.

  5. What a yummy treats for Halloween! My kids are so excited for their Halloween party

    1. SO many yummy ideas I am sure both the kids and adults would love!

  6. Those graveyard brownies are awesome! Thanks for sharing all these ideas!

  7. Oh wow! What a fun list of food! I love the witches hats. I think they would taste as good as they look!

  8. What a great line up of Halloween treats. Halloween is really the best time for treats because you can do so many crazy things that aren't really acceptable any other time of the year.

    1. Yes--Halloween is definitely the best time of year for sweets and desserts!

  9. So many halloween treats and so little time to try them all. Would be trying couple of them for sure and the kid's would absolutely love it.


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