Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

Every year for Halloween, I like to make the kids a special treat. I usually keep it simple since I’m not the most creative when it comes to decorating baked goods! I make them cupcakes, a cake, cake pops, or any other baked goods that are easy to decorate with Halloween colored frosting and sprinkles. This year, though, I’m inspired to get just a bit more creative and make them some treats that are truly Halloween-inspired.

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So I went on the hunt for some fun and easy Halloween treat ideas I’m certain my kids will love. I’ve come up with a list of 18 awesome looking treats that will hopefully impress my kids! All these choices are unbelievably cute, and I think I can definitely handle the creativity part of it! I’ll let you know how that goes!

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Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

Hopefully these treats can inspire you to make something frighteningly fun for Halloween!

  • halloween chocolate mousse graveyards

    Only six ingredients and you’ve got these awesome chocolate mousse graveyards! The kids will love helping you make these and you’ll all enjoy eating them!

  • halloween party punch with hand shaped ice cubes
    Spooky Halloween Party Punch
    from Simply Happy Foodie

    How scary is this punch with ice hands in it! Super easy to make and I know the kids will freak out when they see it! I win!

  • halloween mummy brownies
    Mummy Brownies
    from Dancing Through The Rain

    These scarily delicious Mummy Brownies are so cute. You can make your brownies from scratch or you can buy brownie mix. Either way, these seem like something I can definitely be successful at! 

  • halloween jack-o-lantern twinkies
    Jack O’ Lantern Twinkies
    from Dancing Through The Rain

    These super cute Jack O’ Lantern Twinkie treats seem like a no fail option. There are several other really great Halloween treats on the Dancing Through The Rain blog, so make sure to check them out while you’re there!

  • Spooky Halloween Kids Drinks
    from Happy Family Blog

    These Spooky Halloween Kids Drinks are dreadfully adorable. You can make them with your kids’ favorite drink! This one is very simple to make! I love simple!

  • halloween mummy pizzas
    Pizza Mummies
    from Thrifty Jinxy

    Turning pizza into a Halloween treat. This is my kind of treat! These Pizza Mummies are sure to be a hit with my kids too. They love pizza! I mean, who doesn’t love pizza? Plus, they could even help me with making these!

  • halloween string cheese ghosts
    String Cheese Guests
    from Thrifty Jinxy

    Ok. So, this is a no-brainer. I’m definitely doing this. These string cheese ghosts treats are the easiest treat in the bunch! No special skills needed to make these super cute ghosts!

  • no bake witch hats
    Witch Hats
    from My Heavenly Recipes

    These Witch Hats are super easy to make, and of course…chocolate and Oreos. Need I say more?

  • rice krispy mummies
    Mummy Rice Krispies
    from My Heavenly Recipes

    OK, Rice Krispies treats are a family favorite around here. I always love seeing all the creative Rice Krispies treat ideas this time of year. These Mummy Rice Krispies treats are perfect! Plus, the kids can definitely help with decorating these.

  • halloween ghosts graveyard shooters

    These single-serving-sized Ghosts in the Graveyard Dessert Shooters are adorably spooky! With no baking involved, these will be easy to put together. I’ll probably use pre-made pudding to make it easier! The kids will love how cool these are.

  • halloween franken krispies
    Franken Krispies
    from Beauty Through Imperfection

    I can’t get enough of these Rice Krispies ideas. These Franken Krispies treats are so easy to make. Like I said, we love Rice Krispies treats at our house, so these are sure to be a hit! 

  • halloween spider cookies
    Spooky Spider Cookies
    from Beauty Through Imperfection

    These Spooky Spider Cookies can be easily recreated with any cookies. Make your own cookies, or buy them made. Either way, they are too cute!

  • candy corn sugar cookies
    Candy Corn Sugar Cookies
    from Joyfully Thriving

    These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are slightly more involved than the rest of the sweet treats, but she does a great job at explaining how to make them. Super creative in my book!

  • halloween witches broom snacks
    Witches Broom
    from Cincy Shopper

    Aren’t these Witches Broom treats so stinking cute? These are definitely perfect for Halloween!

  • peeps ghost brownies
    Peeps Ghost Brownies
    from Cincy Shopper

    These Ghost Brownies are adorable. Incredibly easy to make!

  • frankenstein cookies
    Frankenstein Cookies
    from Moms Who Save

    I love these Frankenstein Cookies! The kids would have fun decorating these!

  • halloween marshmallow pops
    Halloween Marshmallow Pops
    from Take Time for Style

    These Halloween Marshmallow Pops are super easy and who doesn’t love marshmallows on a stick?! 

  • halloween spider cupcakes
    Halloween Spider Cupcakes
    from Living Sweet Moments

    These Halloween Spider Cupcakes are easy to make, and I know the kids will love them. Tiffany from Living Sweet Moments has several other spooky ideas on her blog. She also has so many delicious recipes on there, you won’t want to miss visiting her site!

  • witch hat cupcake
    Witches Hat Cupcakes
    from Crayons and Cravings

    These Witches Hat Cupcakes are Halloween perfection! What a creative idea and so easy for us to make!

  • stuffed bell pepper jack o lantern

    I love these over the top adorable Jack O’ Lantern Stuffed Bell Peppers. These are definitely going on my dinner menu for Halloween! My friend Bethany at Crisp Collective teaches you exactly how to make them. Her site is always full of wonderful surprises!

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