It’s Halloween, go totally catty, batty, deadly, ghostly and scary! Get some Halloween treats to enjoy the spookiest day.
Stay safe. Stay scary. Enjoy the Halloween treats.
Spooky season is here! Though it feels that 2020 has been the scariest year due to pandemic, it shouldn’t stop us from enjoying the festival. We are planning a virtual Halloween party for friends and family over zoom with some spooky treats and twists. House parties aren’t safe so plan a virtual zoom party. You can checkout the essentials for planning the virtual party, here. This is also a time to get some Pinterest inspiration for frightening treats. I am not a good baker ( you can ask my husband, he has witnessed some scary baking disasters.)
Here are 13 Halloween treats for the spookiest day of the year! You can check out all these Halloween treats on my Halloween Treats Easy – Pinterest Board.
As I mentioned before I am not a good baker, this is the easiest no-bake candy treat party tray. Follow the tutorial – celebrate the Day of the Dead!
Who said you can’t follow your dietary restrictions? You can enjoy these low fat mummy cup cakes with vanilla frosting. I found it too cute!
Do you know why mummies never reveal their true age?
– ‘cause they like to keep it under wraps
Looking for halloween treat to make with toddlers? Here are cute cookie eyeballs that will make your kids super happy.
You can have doughnuts anytime of the day. Make spooky spiderwebs on your doughnut and make it perfect for the scary night. You can bake the doughnut or get it from the store and decorate the way you want.
What do spiders do for fun on Halloween?
-Surf the web!
Pumpkin cupcake base and cream cheese frosting with spider on the top makes it perfect for Halloween. Don’t be a scaredy spider!
Give the spooky twist to the elegant strawberry…try dipping strawberries to melted white chocolate. Aren’t these boo-berries boo-tiful!
Just 3 ingredients and you’re good to go. Again, it’s a perfect Halloween treat to make with toddlers.
Give a twist to delicious gingerbread men and make it spooky skeletons for Halloween. Happy Haunting!
Why didn’t the skeleton Go to the Halloween party?
– Because he had no-body to go with!
I am a big fan of cake toppers. Cupcakes with witch toppers are not only cute but easy to make. Time to sharpen my DIY skills!
The little bat screamed out in fright, “Turn on the dark…I’m afraid of the light.”- Silverstein. Four ingredients Halloween bat treats makes it perfect for the frightful night.
Caution! Witch is crossing. Super-easy witches hat and broom sticks are too good to eat. Booo….
How can I not add Red Velvet cake to the list? This classic red velvet cake with raspberry coulis is perfect for scary Halloween treat.
To be very honest, I am not sure if I can make this cake without skull moulds. I know…I know…it looks scary. But that’s the beauty of Halloween.
So, what are your plans for this Halloween? Are you planning to go out for some trick or treats? What are your favorite Halloween treats for the scariest day of the year?
Hope you enjoyed the crazy list of Halloween treats!
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Lots of Love,