9 Sweet Treats to Make for Your Halloween Party

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Make these delicious sweet treats for your Halloween party

9 Sweet Treats to Make for Your Halloween Party

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. 

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.

For the Chocolate Crescent Witch Hats for Halloween recipe, click here.

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.

For the Easy Halloween Candy Chocolate Truffles recipe, click here.

Frankenstein Monkey Bread for Halloween

There's nothing freaky about this friendly Frankenstein monkey bread. Everyone will love to eat this special Halloween-themed treat — sweet cinnamon rolls get doused in brown sugar and cream cheese icing. Yum!

For the Frankenstein Monkey Bread for Halloween recipe, click here.

Ghost Sugar Cookie Cutouts for Halloween

These simple sugar cookies add a touch of spookiness to your Halloween festivities. You can lay out sprinkles and icing and have everyone decorate his or her own cookies.  

For the Ghost Sugar Cookie Cutouts for Halloween recipe, click here.

Halloween Cake

Halloween Cake

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This cake is perfect for Halloween because of the bold flavors and the cool look of the green, orange, and white colors inside. It is sure to delight all guests because the flavor profile is interesting and unique. — Lauren Gordon

For the Halloween Cake recipe, click here.

Mummy Cookies for Halloween

These bright and colorful mummy cookies are a fun twist on traditional mummies. They are fun to decorate, and yummy to eat. — Pillsbury

For the Mummy Cookies for Halloween recipe, click here.

Reese’s Spiders Recipe

Scare your guests this Halloween with Reese’s spiders. Use the chocolate as the body of the spider and make the arms out of pretzels — it’s a salty sweet treat that everyone will surely eat.

For the Reese’s Spiders recipe, click here.

Severed Fingers Halloween Cookies

Severed Fingers Halloween Cookies

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Instead of buying plastic fingers and putting those in a bowl, make frightening severed finger cookies. This recipe produces a deliciously buttery almond cookie that will do anything but scare your guests.

For the Severed Fingers Halloween Cookies recipe, click here.

Spider Web Cinnamon Rolls for Halloween

These playful cobweb cinnamon rolls are fun to serve for a Halloween-themed party and the colorful spiders that they are topped with add to the fun! — Pillsbury

For the Spider Web Cinnamon Rolls for Halloween recipe, click here.