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30 Easy Halloween Treats

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30 Halloween Recipes

Simple & Easy Cooking That Anyone Can Do!

Hannie P. Scott

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Abbreviations

Conversions

Candy Corn Cookies

Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks

Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Pumpkin Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Ghost Cookies

Spider Web Cupcakes

Ghost Pancakes

Candy Corn Marshmallow People

Frankenstein Cupcakes

Spider Stacks

Frankenstein Brownies

Oreo Rice Krispie Treats

Pumpkin Muddy Buddies

Monsters U Cookies

Halloween Sweet Popcorn

Halloween Sugar Cookies

Mummy Dogs

Candy Corn Cheesecake

Candy Corn Bark

Pumpkin Pretzels

Halloween Rice Krispie Cake

Popcorn Balls

Halloween Apple Mouth Bites

Halloween S’mores

Dirt Cake with Worms

Halloween Caramel Apples

Spider Krispies

Candy Corn Crunch

Hoot Owl Pretzels

Pumpkin Deviled Eggs

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[] Abbreviations

oz = ounce

fl oz = fluid ounce

tsp = teaspoon

tbsp = tablespoon

ml = milliliter

c = cup

pt = pint

qt = quart

gal = gallon

L = liter

[]Conversions

1/2 fl oz = 3 tsp = 1 tbsp = 15 ml

1 fl oz = 2 tbsp = 1/8 c = 30 ml

2 fl oz = 4 tbsp = 1/4 c = 60 ml

4 fl oz = 8 tbsp = 1/2 c = 118 ml

8 fl oz = 16 tbsp = 1 c = 236 ml

16 fl oz = 1 pt = 1/2 qt = 2 c = 473 ml

128 fl oz = 8 pt = 4 qt = 1 gal = 3.78 L

[] Candy Corn Cookies

Serves: 8-10

What you need:

1 roll sugar cookie dough

Candy corn

What to do:

1. Bake cookies according to directions on package.

2. When you remove them from the oven, let them cool for 2-3 minutes then place 3 or 4 candy corn pieces on each cookie.

3. Allow the cookies to cool completely and serve.

[] Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks

Serves: 12-14

What you need:

6 sticks of string cheese

1 cup pretzel sticks

18-20 chive sprigs

What to do:

1. Unwrap the sting cheeses and cut each one into thirds.

2. Spread out the end of the string cheese pieces to resemble bristles of a broom.

3. Stick a pretzel stick into non-bristled end of the cheese.

4. Tie a chive sprig around the top of the broom head, right under where you stuck the pretzel in.

[] Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Serves: 12-14

What you need:

1 bag of pretzels (any kind/shape/size)

1 package almond bark (chocolate or white chocolate)

Sprinkles (white, orange, black, and yellow)

Halloween themed candy

What to do:

1. Melt the almond bark according to package directions.

2. Dip the pretzels into the melted chocolate and lay them in an even layer on parchment paper or evenly lay pretzels on parchment paper then drizzle the chocolate over the pretzels.

3. Sprinkle the sprinkles over the pretzels before the chocolate is completely dried.

4. Stick candy to the chocolate before it is completely dried. You can really be creative with the decoration of these chocolate covered pretzels.

[] Pumpkin Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Serves: 8-10

What you need:

1 pint strawberries, washed and dried

1 package white chocolate almond bark or candy melts

Orange food dye

What to do:

1. Melt almond bark or candy melts according to package directions.

2. Once it’s melted, stir in the orange food dye. Use enough to where its bright orange like a pumpkin.

3. Completely dip the strawberries into the melted chocolate. You should still be able to see the leaves but you shouldn’t be able to see any red from the strawberry.

4. Lay strawberries on a sheet of parchment paper and gently draw vertical “pumpkin lines” down the chocolate.

5. Refrigerate strawberries until the chocolate is completely dried.

[] Ghost Cookies

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 package white chocolate almond bark or candy melts

1 1-lb package Nutter Butter cookies

About 4 tsp mini chocolate chips

What to do:

1. Melt almond bark or candy melts according to package directions.

2. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.

3. Dip cookies, one at a time, into the melted almond bark/candy. Dip as much of the cookie as possible.

4. Lay dipped cookies flat on baking sheet.

5. Place two chocolate chips towards the top of the cookies to resemble eyes.

6. Let cool for 10-20 minutes.

[] Spider Web Cupcakes

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 box white cake mix

Cupcake liners (orange, white, or black)

Additional ingredients cake mix calls for

1 container white icing

2-3 tubes black icing gel

Black plastic spider rings

What to do:

1. Bake the cupcakes according to the directions on the box.

2. Let them cool then frost them with the white icing

3. With the black icing gel, draw a big circle on the cupcake.

4. Draw a medium circle in the big circle.

5. Draw a small circle in the medium circle.

6. Starting from the center circle, carefully drag a toothpick to the outer edge of the cupcake. I did 4 or 5 lines on each cupcake.

7. Carefully place a spider ring into the middle of each cupcake and push down.

[] Ghost Pancakes

Serves: 4-6

What you need:

Your favorite pancake batter

Chocolate chips

What to do:

1. Heat a greased griddle on medium high heat.

2. Spoon the pancake batter into oddly shaped blobs onto the griddle. The shape doesn’t matter too much as long as they aren’t round. Whatever shape you think ghosts are.

3. Place two chocolate chips on the pancakes for eyes and another for the mouth.

4. When the batter begins to bubble, flip the pancake and cook for another 30 seconds-1 minute.

5. Remove from the pan and serve.

[] Candy Corn Marshmallow People

Serves: 14-16

What you need:

1 bag of jumbo marshmallows

1 package almond bark or candy melts

Vegetable oil

Yellow food coloring

Orange food coloring

Black icing gel

What to do:

1. Melt almond bark/candy melts according to package directions.

2. Divide the melted almond bark/candy melts in half.

3. Add orange food coloring to one half and yellow food coloring to the other half.

4. Dip the marshmallows about halfway into the orange chocolate and set on a piece of parchment paper to dry.

5. Once all marshmallows are dried (it won’t take long), dip them about a quarter of the way into the yellow chocolate and set back on the parchment paper to dry.

6. Using a very small amount of the black icing gel for each, carefully make two eyes on the marshmallows and allow them to dry.

[] Frankenstein Cupcakes

Serves: 8-10

What you need:

1 cake mix (your choice of what kind)

Additional ingredients the cake mix calls for

Green ice cream cones

1 container chocolate icing

Black icing gel

Smarties candies

What to do:

1. Prepare the cake mix according to the directions on the box.

2. Place ice cream cones in a muffin pan. One in each spot.

3. Fill the cones 2/3 full with cake batter.

4. Bake according to cake mix directions or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.

5. Let them cool completely.

6. For Frankenstein’s bolts, stick together two Smarties candies with a small amount of the chocolate icing. Apply a little more icing to the sides of the cone and stick the “bolts” onto the cone. You need one bolt on each side of the cone.

7. Ice the tops of the cupcakes with chocolate icing.

8. Use the black icing gel to make Frankenstein’s face and add some stitches to his head.

[] Spider Stacks

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

11 oz bag chocolate chips

11 oz bag peanut butter chips

12 oz bags chow mein noodles

Candy eyes (I found these at hobby lobby)

What to do:

1. Melt chocolate and peanut butter chips in a double broiler, stirring well to mix the two kinds of chips.

2. Pour in chow mein noodles and stir carefully until they are all evenly coated.

3. Drop by spoonful onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

4. Let the stacks cool for about 5 minutes and place the candy eyes in the center.

5. Let them cool completely.

[] Frankenstein Brownies

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 box brownie mix

Additional ingredients brownie mix calls for

3 cups powdered sugar

1 cup butter

1 tsp vanilla extract

1-2 tbsp whipping cream

Green food coloring

Black icing gel

Red icing gel

Candy corn

What to do:

1. Mix and bake brownies according to box directions and let cool.

2. In a large bowl, mix together the powdered sugar and butter until well blended.

3. Add vanilla and whipping cream until well blended.

4. Add green food coloring and mix and continue to add more until it’s the color green you want it to be.

5. Cut brownies into rectangles.

6. Ice each brownie with green icing.

7. With the gel icing, draw Frankenstein’s face and hair on each brownie. I drew a squiggly line for his hair in black, 2 dots of red for eyes with tiny dots of black for pupils, a black dot for a nose, and a black mouth.

8. On the side of the brownies (the “neck” area) stick a candy corn in each side.

[] Oreo Rice Krispie Treats

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

3 tbsp butter

4 cups mini marshmallows

6 cups rice krispies cereal

15 Halloween Oreos, crushed

What to do:

1. Melt the butter over low heat in a large saucepan.

2. Add marshmallows and stir completely until they are all melted then remove the heat.

3. Pour rice krispies and Oreos into a large bowl and mix together.

4. Spray some cooking spray onto a spatula and add marshmallows to the bowl with rice krispies and Oreos and stir until combined.

5. Gently press mixture into a 13 × 9 inch pan that is coated with cooking spray.

6. Let them cool then cut into squares.

[] Pumpkin Muddy Buddies

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

7 cups Chex cereal

1 ½ cups white chocolate

1 ½ cups powdered sugar

1 tbsp butter

3-4 tsp pumpkin pie spice

Reese’s pieces

What to do:

1. In a double broiler, melt butter and white chocolate chips together and stir until well combined.

2. Pour Chex cereal into a large bowl.

3. Pour half of the melted white chocolate and 2 tsp of pumpkin pie spice onto the cereal.

4. Mix it all together then pour on the rest of the chocolate and pumpkin pie spice and continue mixing until all the cereal is well coated.

5. Pour cereal and powdered sugar into a gallon sized zip lock bag.

6. Seal the bag and shake until all the cereal is coated well.

7. Toss in the Reese’s pieces and shake a little more.

8. Spread it all onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet and let the mixture cool completely before serving.

[] Monsters U Cookies

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 tube sugar cookie dough

1 container vanilla icing

Food coloring

Candy eyeballs

What to do:

1. Bake cookies according to directions on package and let cool.

2. Divide icing into 4 or 5 small bowls.

3. Put a few drops of food coloring into each bowl (one color in each) and mix them together until well combined. I used yellow, orange, blue, and pink.

4. Ice the cookies with the different colors of icing. Use one color on each cookie.

5. Place a candy eyeball into the center of each cookie.

[] Halloween Sweet Popcorn

Serves: 8-10

What you need:

1 bag popcorn, popped

1 package vanilla candy melts

¾ cup candy corn

Halloween colored candy corn

What to do:

1. Place popped popcorn in a large bowl.

2. Melt candy melts according to package directions and pour it on top of the popcorn.

3. Add in the candy corn and stir until well combined.

4. Pour mixture onto a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.

5. Add sprinkles on top of mixture.

6. Allow the mixture to harden and store in zip lock bag if not serving immediately.

[] Halloween Sugar Cookies

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 roll sugar cookies

Black icing

Orange icing

White icing

Green icing

Cookie cutters (pumpkin, cat, ghost)

What to do:

1. Remove plastic from sugar cookie roll and let soften to room temperature.

2. Put parchment paper into a 9×13 baking dish. Extend the paper over the sides of the dish so you can easily lift the cookies out later.

3. Spray the parchment paper with non-stick spray.

4. Place the ball of dough in the dish and spread out into an even layer.

5. Bake according to package directions.

6. Remove them from the oven and let them cool for 5 minutes.

7. Remove the parchment paper from the pan.

8. Cut various Halloween shapes out of the cookie sheet. I used pumpkin, cat, and ghost.

9. When the shapes have cooled completely, spread icing on evenly. I put orange on the pumpkin shapes with black for the face and green at the top, black for the cats with white facial features, and white for the ghosts with black facial features.

[] Mummy Dogs

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

2 cans breadstick dough

1 package hot dogs

Capers

What to do:

1. Stretch breadstick dough until it’s about a foot long.

2. Wrap dough around hot dogs. Make sure you let the hot dog show slightly through the dough.

3. Press capers in to make eyeballs.

4. Bake until bread is golden brown (whatever time the package says).

[] Candy Corn Cheesecake

Serves: 6-8

What you need:

1 graham cracker crust

8 oz cream cheese, softened

¼ cup powdered sugar

2 tsp vanilla

1 cup sour cream

8 oz cool whip, thawed

Yellow and orange food coloring

Candy corn

What to do:

1. In a large mixing bowl, beat cream cheese until smooth then add powdered sugar and combine well.

2. Add the vanilla, sour cream, and whipped cream into the bowl and mix until everything is combined.

3. Divide the mixture evenly into three bowls.

4. Add yellow food coloring to one third and orange food coloring to another third. Leave the other third white.

5. Pour the yellow mixture onto the graham cracker crust.

6. Carefully pour the orange mixture onto the yellow mixture.

7. Carefully pour the white mixture onto the yellow mixture.

8. Sprinkle candy corn onto the top of the cheesecake.

9. Refrigerate for 2 hours before cutting and serving.

[] Candy Corn Bark

Serves: 8-10

What you need:

1 bag waffle style pretzels

1 16-oz package white almond bark

1 11-oz package caramel bits

1 9-oz bag candy corn

What to do:

1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and put the pretzels on the baking sheet in an even layer.

2. Melt caramel according to package directions and spoon half of it onto pretzels then allow them to cool for 5 minutes.

3. Melt almond bark according to package directions and pour over the caramel and spread evenly.

4. Allow the almond bark to cool for 5 minutes then pour on the rest of the caramel.

5. Allow it to cool for a minute then add the candy corn to the top.

6. Allow the bark to harden and then cut it into pieces.

[] Pumpkin Pretzels

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 16-oz package white almond bark

1 tbsp shortening

1 bag mini pretzels

1 bag M&M’s

Orange food coloring

What to do:

1. Melt almond bark according to package directions but add shortening to it before melting and make sure it all combined well after its melted.

2. Add orange food coloring to the almond bark and mix well.

3. Dunk each pretzel into the almond bark then lay on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. The pretzels should be covered very well with the almond bark to where you can’t see through the pretzel holes.

4. Before the chocolate dries, place a green M&M sideways in the crook of each pretzel.

5. Allow the pretzels to dry and serve.

[] Halloween Rice Krispie Cake

Serves: 12-14

What you need:

3 tbsp butter

1 16-oz package mini marshmallows

6 cups rice krispies

1 cup candy corn

1 cup Reese’s Pieces

2 tbsp almond bark, melted

What to do:

1. In a large saucepan, melt butter over low heat.

2. Add the marshmallows and stir until melted then remove from heat.

3. Stir in the rice krispies, candy corn and Reese’s Pieces.

4. Pour the mixture into a greased bundt pan and press it firmly into the pan.

5. Let it cool.

6. Place a serving plate over the bundt pan and flip it all over so the cake is inverted onto the plate.

7. Drizzle melted almond bark onto the cake.

8. Slice and serve.

[] Popcorn Balls

Serves: 4-6

What you need:

1 bag popcorn, popped

¼ cup butter

1 10-oz bag mini marshmallows

½ tsp vanilla extract

1 cup Reese’s Pieces

What to do:

1. Melt butter in a large saucepan.

2. Add marshmallows and stir until they are melted then remove from heat and stir in vanilla.

3. Add popcorn to the marshmallow mixture and mix together.

4. Gently fold in Reese’s Pieces.

5. When mixture has cooled enough to handle, scoop about 1 cup of popcorn mixture and form it into a ball with your hands. I sprayed my hands with cooking spray so everything wouldn’t stick to my hands.

6. Place each ball on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and allow them to cool.

[] Halloween Apple Mouth Bites

Serves: 1-2

What you need:

1 apple

1 cup mini marshmallows

½ cup peanut butter

What to do:

1. Slice the apple into ¼ inch slices.

2. Generously spread peanut butter on one side of each apple slice.

3. Stick marshmallows in the peanut butter on the apple and top with another slice of apple.

[] Halloween S’mores

Serves: 15

What you need:

15 graham cracker rectangles

15 jumbo marshmallows

30 small rectangles of Hershey’s chocolate

Sprinkles (yellow, orange, black)

What to do:

1. Break each graham cracker into squares.

2. Place 15 squares on a large microwave safe plate. If 15 won’t fit, do this in smaller batches.

3. Place 2 rectangles of chocolate on each graham cracker and microwave for 10 seconds.

4. Place 1 jumbo marshmallow on each graham cracker and chocolate in the microwave and heat for an additional 10-15 seconds.

5. Top each s’more with another graham cracker square.

6. Pour sprinkles onto a plate and carefully roll the edges of each s’more in the sprinkles.

7. Serve immediately.

[] Dirt Cake with Worms

Serves: 12

What you need:

1 package Oreos, crushed

1 8-oz package cream cheese, softened

1/2 cup butter, softened

1 cup powdered sugar

3 cups milk

1 12-oz container whipped cream

2 3.5-oz packages instant pudding (chocolate or vanilla)

2 tsp vanilla extract

Gummy worms

What to do:

1. In a bowl, cream together the butter, cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla.

2. In a separate large bowl, mix together the pudding mix and milk.

3. Fold the cream cheese mixture into the pudding mixture.

4. Add the whipped cream to the mixture.

5. Layer the crushed Oreos and the pudding mixture in small clear cups.

6. Add gummy worms to the top layer.

[] Halloween Caramel Apples

Serves: 6

What you need:

6 wooden skewers

6 Gala apples

14 oz package caramels

2 tbsp milk

Halloween sprinkles

Candy Corn

What to do:

1. Insert skewers into apples and set aside.

2. Combine caramels and milk in a microwave safe bowl and heat on high for 2 minutes. Stir every 30 seconds.

3. Roll each apple in caramel, turning to coat well.

4. Allow apples to dry on parchment paper.

5. When apples are almost dry, roll them in candy corn and Halloween sprinkles.

[] Spider Krispies

Serves: 12

What you need:

6 cups cocoa pebbles

¼ cup butter

1 10.5-oz bag mini marshmallows

Round cookie cutter

Pretzel sticks, you will need about 100 sticks

Black icing gel

What to do:

1. Spray a 9×9 pan with non-stick cooking spray.

2. Take out a dozen marshmallows and set aside.

3. In a large saucepan, melt butter over low heat.

4. Stir marshmallows in to melted butter until they are completely melted.

5. Remove from heat and stir in the cocoa pebbles.

6. Press into the prepared 9×9 pan.

7. Let them cool for 15-20 minutes.

8. With a cookie cutter, cut the pebbles into circles.

9. Cut the dozen marshmallows you set aside in half to where you have two shorter marshmallows.

10. Squish marshmallows onto the pebble circles to make eyes.

11. Place a dot of black icing gel into the center of each eye to make pupils.

12. Stick 4 pretzels into each side of the circle to make spider legs.

[] Candy Corn Crunch

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 bag popcorn, popped

2 cups pretzels, broken into small pieces

1 bag orange candy melts

Halloween sprinkles

1 small bag candy corn

What to do:

1. Place popcorn and pretzels in a large bowl.

2. Melt the candy melts according to the package directions.

3. Pour melted candy over the popcorn and pretzels and stir until coated.

4. Add sprinkles and candy corn and mix to blend everything together.

5. Spread out on a large piece of parchment paper in an even layer and allow it to dry.

6. After it’s dried, place it in a serving bowl or store in an air tight container.

[] Hoot Owl Pretzels

Serves: 10-12

What you need:

1 bag large pretzels

White chocolate almond bark or candy melts

Mini Oreos

Black sprinkles

Black icing gel

Black licorice

Chocolate chips

What to do:

1. Melt almond bark/candy melts according to package directions.

2. Dip large pretzel into the melted almond bark and place on baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

3. Lightly sprinkle the sprinkles onto the covered pretzel.

4. Separate the mini Oreos and place one half on each top rounded part on each pretzel.

5. Drop a small round blob of the melted almond bark/candy melt onto the center of each Oreo and place a chocolate chip on each blob.

6. Draw a beak with the black icing gel between the two Oreo eyes (slightly lower).

7. Draw feet onto the bottom of the pretzel with the black icing gel.

8. Cut the black licorice into small pieces and use as eyebrows.

[] Pumpkin Deviled Eggs

Serves: 8-10

What you need:

6 eggs, boiled, cooled, peeled

2 tbsp mayonnaise

2 tsp tomato paste

1 tsp ketchup

1/2 tsp paprika plus more to sprinkle

1/2 tsp spicy brown mustard

1/4 tsp Sriracha sauce

Salt to taste

1 green onion

What to do:

1. Slice the eggs lengthwise and gently remove the yolks.

2. Place yolks, mayonnaise, tomato paste, ketchup, paprika, spicy brown mustard, Sriracha, and salt in a bowl and mash until very smooth.

3. Spoon the mixture back into the egg white and pat the surface to make the yolks look smooth and round.

4. Use a toothpick to make indentions in the yolks to look like the lines of a pumpkin.

5. Sprinkle with paprika.

6. Cut the onion to look like tiny pumpkin stems and place one stem at the top of each yolk.

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30 Easy Halloween Treats

30 Easy & Delicious Halloween Recipes Are you looking for some tasty and fun Halloween recipes to make this holiday season? This simple Halloween cookbook has 30 step-by-step Halloween recipes and treats for anyone looking to impress the entire family with delicious treats! Your Problems Have Been Solved --> EASY, STEP-BY-STEP RECIPES! This is the ultimate Halloween cookbook. Before long you'll have everyone asking for more. With a nice variety of Halloween recipes, you can please everyone! -Candy Corn Cookies -Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks -Chocolate Covered Pretzels -Pumpkin Chocolate Covered Strawberries -Ghost Cookies -Spider Web Cupcakes -Ghost Pancakes -Candy Corn Marshmallow People -Frankenstein Cupcakes -Spider Stacks -Frankenstein Brownies -Oreo Rice Krispie Treats -Pumpkin Muddy Buddies -Monsters U Cookies -Halloween Sweet Popcorn -Halloween Sugar Cookies -Mummy Dogs -Candy Corn Cheesecake -Candy Corn Bark -Pumpkin Pretzels -Halloween Rice Krispie Cake -Popcorn Balls -Halloween Apple Mouth Bites -Halloween S’mores -Dirt Cake with Worms -Halloween Caramel Apples -Spider Krispies -Candy Corn Crunch -Hoot Owl Pretzels -Pumpkin Deviled Eggs Scroll up and click 'buy' to get these tasty recipes today!

  • Author: Hannie P. Scott
  • Published: 2015-12-02 15:50:12
  • Words: 4185
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