Adorably Spooky Halloween Treats You Have to Make Slideshow

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Get in the spirit with these Halloween sweets

Cake Brains

Our blogger friends at the Culinary Content Network are at it again. This time, they are getting so good it is a little scarry. Spooky and Halloween-themed treats for Halloween are always impressive to have on hand this time of year. But if you aren't sure of what to make or how to make your favorite recipes more "Halloween" looking, it can be a challenge. 

Halloween Candy Bark

This recipe from I Heart Eating is comprised of a ton of chocolatey, Halloween colored candies. But the best part about it has to be that it is totally customizable and can include any chocolate candy your heart desires.

Stuffed Pizza Skulls

Hungry Happenings takes “Halloween pizza” to a whole new level. This simple, homemade recipe will be a total treat for the kids before they head out to trick-or-treat.

Candy Corn Milkshake

Perfect for a kid-friendly Halloween party, this tasty and festive recipe from Baking Beauty is an adorable way to was down all those Halloween treats.​

Cake Brains

These slightly gory but totally delicious brain cake balls from Hungry Happenings are perfect for a Zombie themed Halloween party.

Thumbprint Cookies

If you’re looking for a Halloween treat that is simple, these thumbprint cookies from A Family Feast just use Halloween colors to give these sweets a festive pop of color.

Spider Cookies

Bake arachnids right into your cookie batter with this unique cookie recipe. Just kidding! Hungry Happenings just got a little creative with their piping bag to make these Halloween cookies creepy and crawly.

Ghostly Brownies

Not into the whole “spooky” thing? These brownies from An Alli Event are hardly scary. The standard brownies are topped with friendly marshmallow ghosts that will make your kids smile, not scream!

Pumpkin Surprise

A chocolate cupcake is always a dessert that will make you smile. A chocolate cupcake with a surprise cheesecake pumpkin inside just might make your kids or guests jump for joy! Hungry Happenings has a great step-by-step tutorial so you can recreate this sweet treat.