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Delicious Spooky Desserts to Serve on Your Night of Fright

Sharon Monticello

Sharon Monticello is native to one of California's most picturesque areas— Petaluma, nestled in the heart of wine country, has been home to Sharon's...

Sharon Monticello is native to one of California's most picturesque areas— Petaluma, nestled in the heart of wine country, has been home to Sharon's...

Oct 25 3 minutes read

When it comes to Halloween desserts, the possibilities are endless. Get creative this Halloween with our ghoulishly good selection of scary cupcakes, creepy cookies, and spooky sweets that the kids will love. You’ve probably already started on making your house spooky and preparing your Halloween costumes. But have you already thought of what you’ll eat?  Sure, you got some Fall recipes on the menu but you don’t want to miss out on these delicious Halloween desserts this frightfully fun holiday.

Read on for all the spooky Halloween cupcakes, brownies, candies, and creative Halloween cookies you could imagine.

Halloween Cookies

Get your kids to scream for excitement this Halloween with these spooky spider cookies. These cookies are both cute and creepy, but most of all they're tasty! The peanut butter cookies are soft, rich, and topped with a spine-chilling chocolate peanut butter candy that looks just like a spider. They'll be a big hit.

Eire Eyeball pops

Transform ordinary cake balls into eyeball pops. These spooky chocolate cake balls will be a hit with kids at Halloween - they can help decorate them too. Your kids will love you all the more for whipping up a batch of these guys.

Halloween Slash Cake

How will you make your dessert spookier? By making this Halloween Slash Cake. It is made of Fondant icing, strawberry jam, and red food coloring. There are the secrets behind the 'blood' topping and filling of the cake.

Halloween Cupcakes

Bake our Halloween cupcakes for your little monsters. With black velvet sponge and scary faces made using simple icing techniques, they're spookily good. Most of these cupcakes don’t require any professional piping tips to make, which means they're perfect for novice bakers. There's also no fondant involved.

Spooky Surprise Truffles

This truffle roulette game is perfect for a Halloween party, as you can surprise guests with the fillings. They’re also fun to make with older children.

Candy Apples

Experiment with fun and vibrant colors. Serve these easy candy apples at a Halloween party.  These red-hot apples are straight out of a spooky fairytale but don't worry they're anything but wicked.

Ghost Popcorn Balls

Got white candy melts, some popcorn, and marshmallows? Then you're halfway to this hilarious-looking dessert, which will delight kids and grownups alike.

Candy Corn Pudding Pops

It's a play on the candy corn you already know and love! Combination of orange and yellow candy that melts in your mouth. These "popsicles" are actually flavored with vanilla and white Jell-O pudding. Warning: You might be tempted to start making them year-round.

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