13 Delicious Halloween Desserts Perfect for the Spooky Season

Do you love spending your time in the kitchen and baking different kinds of desserts? Halloween is right around the corner, and maybe you're thinking about doing something extra this year to make your Halloween even more special. Fortunately, this article has the recipes that will be perfect for your celebration.

1) Bloody Truffles

These blood oozing truffles are delicious and bloody, plus they’re bite-sized treats. This dessert is skewered with royal icing knives that are edible. It is also painted with red food coloring to make it scary and perfect for the celebration.
Get the recipe at The Spruce Eats.

2) Bloody Caramel Apples

This recipe is very simple, and the blood which is made from red gel will surely give your visitors the goosebumps. It is a great addition to a spooky-themed table.
Visit 1 Fine Cookie for the full recipe.

3) Skeleton Coffin Candy Bars

These candy bars are treats that you can offer to your visitors during the party. All you must do is to put the skeleton on top of chocolate bars and sprinkle with crushed Oreo cookies.
Find the recipe at Just a Pinch.

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4) Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

This treat is made from store-bought marshmallows on lollipop sticks and covered with candy coating to make them look like the green monster.
Create one with Just a Taste’s’ recipe.

5) White Chocolate Ghosts

This snack is both spooky and savory. It is made from white chocolate. Plus, the ghosts look like they are riding pretzel broomsticks.
Let Martha Stewart teach you how to create this.

6) Meringue Ghosts

This treat has a crispy exterior and a fluffy interior, and it is dipped in chocolate.

Let My Baking Addiction teach you how to create this.

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7) Ghost Cake Pops

This treat is very easy to make. You have to shape the cake into a ghost, put it on a lollipop stick, and coat it in vanilla.
Find the complete recipe at the Kid’s Spot.

8) Ghost Strawberries

Instead of dipping your strawberries in the usual chocolate, you have to dip them in white chocolate to give them a ghostly look. Add chocolate icing for the face.
The Taste of Home has complete instructions.

9) Witch Finger Pretzel Rods

This treat is sweet and salty at the same time. It is made of pretzels and is covered with a candy coating that resembles the color of an evil witch.
Find the recipe at Simply Sated.

10) Spiderwebs Candy

These spider webs are edible and are laced across several pretzel sticks. The bug is also sitting silently at the center of the web.
Get the recipe at The Spruce Eats.

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11) Black Cat Chocolate-Dipped Cookies

Seeing a black cat means bad luck, but it is way different with these sweet treats that are dipped in chocolate.
Create these purr-fect treats with the help of McCormick.

12) Peanut Butter Eyeballs

These spooky eyeballs are alternatives for the candy called buckeyes. Just dip the peanut butter candy in white chocolate and decorate them to make them look like creepy eyeballs.
All Recipes has the instructions.

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13) Candy Spiders

Aside from spiderwebs, you can also make candy spiders. You will only need chocolate, rice cereal, and marshmallows. Adults and kids will surely love this treat.
Let the Nerdy Mamma show you the easy way to get this done.

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