The HERSHEY’s Company
Tossing some Hershey’s, Almond Joy, or Skittles in a candy bowl at your next Halloween party is perfectly fine, but there are creative sweet treats that are waiting to be made, too. Scare your guests with severed finger cookies or Reese’s spiders.
For the Reese’s spiders, all you need is Reese’s Peanut Butter Pumpkins, pretzels, chocolate chips, and white York Pieces. The assembly is simple: Use the pretzels as legs and the York Pieces and chocolate chips as eyes. You’ll have a creative treat that will impress everyone.
If you want an option for your Halloween party that requires less work from you, then have guests decorate their own desserts. Make sugar cookies that are shaped like ghosts, tombstones, or witch hats. Lay out powdered sugar, icing, sprinkles, and chocolate chips so that your guests can decorate their cookies however they please.
Keep a bag of candy by the door, but make sure you have other sweet treats for everyone to nosh on as the night goes on. Here are a few desserts that are simple, spooky, and delicious for your Halloween bash:
Chocolate Crescent Witch Hats for Halloween
This is a simple and sweet treat that will impress your guests. Fill your store-bought crescent rolls with chocolate chips, shape them into witch hats, and bake. Cover them in powdered sugar and you have a dessert that everyone will love.
Easy Halloween Candy Chocolate Truffles
These chocolate truffles are made with Indian corn, which is the redheaded step-cousin of candy corn. Instead of the yellow base on the kernel it has a chocolate base, which adds great flavor to this truffle recipe.