Looking for some easy last minute Halloween treats? Try the following recipes and ideas from the best of the web!
If you want to get brains, bats, ghosts or creepy crawlie bugs, why not do it in the form of cupcakes, where things get a little too cute to be scary. The sweet monster is adorable.
Family Fun has a bunch of different ideas. Use boxed cake mix and prepared frosting to make putting these together so easy.
Another one of my favorite places for fun ideas is the food network. They have…you guessed it…more cupcakes. These are a little more sophisticated in nature, but still fun. You’ll also find treats to make with pumpkin seeds, and sweet and savory recipes for pumpkin itself.
If you are particularly inspired, you can even make your own candy.
Parents Magazine has some really different and fun…Halloween cupcakes. I’m sensing a theme here. The witches are so cute and make use of chocolate ice cream cones. The frost pumpkins are elegant enough for any table, including thanksgiving.
“Green Salad With Dracula’s Teeth, Broomstick Breadsticks, and Risotto in Decapitated Pumpkins are just a few of the elements that make up this perfectly spooky Halloween menu,” reads the Sunset website.
You can coordinate a complete Halloween meal that contains lots of surprises for your family and your guests.
Who better to help you create some tasty treats than Hershey’s? There recipes and offerings are perfect for classroom treats, a kids Halloween party or to hand out to your favorite little goblins.
From individual deserts to complete Halloween scenes, this food can also serve as decoration.