Friendly Halloween Sweets & Treat Ideas

Friendly Halloween Sweets & Treat Ideas
21 Friendly & sweet Ideas

A buffet of boo-tiful cake pops, cupcakes, cookies and more!

Trick or treat, give them something good to eat!
Treat your boo crew to a smorgasbord of yummy Halloween sweets! They'll go batty for these too-cute bites inspired by All Hallows Eve creatures like owls, mummies, pumpkins and witches. Nibble on this menu of goodies and get ghastly-good tips for presenting them to your band of fiends.

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This pumpkin pal takes the cake! Put some bats in their belfry! Owls are a ghoul's best friend!
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Carve out a place on the table for a friendly pumpkin! He's almost too cute to eat, but we're sure your little monsters will find a way!
Drive them batty with these fang-tastic bites! Dress up everyone's favorite peanut butter sandwich cookies as cute Halloween vampire bats with candy eyes and Tootsie Roll® wings.
Take a break from the Halloween hijinks with these cute and yummy cookies for a bea-HOOT-iful display!
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Thrill the kiddies with these ghostly goodies! A stack o' spooky sweet cupcakes! These corny treats are a Halloween fave!
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Be the ghostess with the mostess by whipping up ghoulishly good ghost cookies! Serve these scrumptious cookies on a plate of purple jelly beans and watch them disappear off the boo-fet table!
The kids and their mummies will eek up this yummy dessert! Never fear – these spirited cupcakes are a cinch to make.
When the little monsters come clamoring for something sweet, meet them with a serving of Candy Corn Crispy Rice Treats! A cute container of purple jelly beans sets these Halloween treats apart on a table of goodies!
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Whoo-whoo wants a bite? Add the magic touch with witchy fingers! Make a platter o' pumpkins!
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These too-cute-to-spook treats are a hoot! Have some frightful fun making these pretzel bites featuring everyone's favorite spooky creature.
Whip up some wicked-good finger food with candy molds and pretzel sticks! Point your party pumpkins to these yummy nibbles by placing the fingers in a container of jelly beans!
A mix of candy-dipped pretzels and cookies offers endless choices of jack-o'-lantern faces you can make with the help of the boos and girls.
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Make Franken-tastic ghost & monster pretzel rods Sink your fangs into bat pops! Watch these Halloween snacks disappear!
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They'll love chomping on these scary-cute nomskulls! It's easy to whip up these spooky eats with pretzel rods, Candy Melts® and candy eyeballs. Serve up your experiments in darling "test tube" glasses with jelly bean filler for a cool mad-scientist touch!
Let these batty Halloween goodies land on your treats table! These not-so-spooky doughnut hole pops are decorated with Candy Melts®, candy eyeballs and jelly fruit slices for a bat-tastic transformation.
Make your little monsters squeal with delight over a tray of happy Halloween treats! These creepy creatures are scare-free with cartoonish candy eyeballs and silly icing mouths (and beaks!). Serve up the tempting trio on a platter of orange sugar sprinkles for a scary-cute display!
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Easy & adorable spider cupcakes Whip up some wicked-cute Halloween cake pops A wacky pumpkin makes a fun candy display!
Turn spooky spiders into tasty treats! Spray your frosted cupcakes with purple and green food color mist, then use gumballs and Sixlets® to make spider bodies on top. Creating these sweet spiders makes a fun party activity for the boys and ghouls!
Mummies and eyeballs and jack-o'-lanterns, oh my! To make this spookily scrumptious sampler of cake pops, dip your cooled batch of pops in Halloween-hued white, orange, and lime green Candy Melts. Use red, black and green sparkle gels to make bloodshot eyeballs. Display in a container of orange Sixlets®.
Forget a boring plate – let your pumpkin lend a hand (or a head!) to display candy kabobs. Kids can grab the ka-boos from the pumpkin head as they explore the treats table.
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Spooky-cute spider cupcakes with silly faces! Serve up this witchy brew of eyeball stew! Craft a kooky candy monster face
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These creepy-crawly cupcakes are more silly than spooky! A spider cupcake decorating kit makes it easy to create these not-so-scary sweets. Display your cheery treats on a platter filled with black mini gumballs – "boo" appetit!
Wow the li'l monsters at your Halloween get-together with ghoulishly great treats and candy! Cooking up a spooky serving of "eyeball soup" is easy with a plastic cauldron full of gumballs in happy Halloween hues, with pupils drawn on using food-safe markers!
Why be normal? Mini candy bars in a bowl are perfectly fine for answering the trick-or-treat doorbell … but on your Halloween party treats table, a little imagination and a couple of ping pong eyeballs go a long way!
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Wow them with wacky witch-finger pretzels A pumpkin treat they can't wait to carve into! Kids will go batty for this sweet Halloween spread!
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Bewitch your guests by whipping up a batch of witch-finger candy pretzels, one of our fave Halloween party food ideas. The candy mold below forms the fingers perfectly, so you don't have to have mad candy-making skills!
When your little monsters say "Trick-or-treat!"…give them something good to eat! Make their jaws drop with this edible jack-o'-lantern. Check out our how-to for this ooey-gooey crispy rice + candy treat (it's so easy, it's freaky!). Use orange and black Sixlets® or jelly beans!
A kid-friendly table is all about bright colors and cute characters for your decor.

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