Wednesday, October 18, 2017

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

BAY CITY, Mich. – Candy, desserts, and other sweets are the highlights of the Halloween season. If you're on the hunt for treats, not tricks, you've come to the right place! Give these 12 spooky Halloween dessert recipes a try this October to taste the most delicious desserts the season has to offer.

1. Rice Krispie Treat Pumpkins

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

Skip the trip to the pumpkin patch and make a batch of these Rice Krispie Treat pumpkins instead! These little guys are the sweetest, delicious, and are extremely easy to make, too!

Ingredients: Rice Krispies, liquid food coloring (red and yellow), cooking oil, butter, green M&Ms, large marshmallows, mini Rolos

Prep/Cook Time: 20 minutes

Recipe Yields: 12 pumpkins

2. Mummy Oreo Pops

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

How do you make something as good as Oreos taste even better? The answer is more chocolate, of course! Mummify your Oreos in white chocolate for hauntingly delicious flavor this Halloween!

Ingredients: Oreos, melted white chocolate, piping bag/ziplock bag for drizzling, tweezers, edible eyes, lollipop sticks

Prep/Cook Time: 20-25 minutes

Recipe Yields: 8-10 mummies

3. Coffin Cake

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

Bring your guests back from the dead with a slice of this sweet and spooky coffin cake! They're sure to enjoy every bite. After all, the mouth-watering flavor is simply to die for!

Ingredients: Flour, baking soda, baking powder, nutmeg, salt, sugar, butter, eggs, pumpkin, vanilla extract, buttermilk, cream cheese, confectioners' sugar, heavy cream, candy eyeballs

Prep/Cook Time: 1 hour 50 minutes

Recipe Yields: 2 loaves

4. Monster Truffles

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

These little guys are easy to make and taste just as good as they look! If you're feeling creative, you can substitute the lavender candy melts for other colored chocolates to create monsters of all shapes, sizes, and colors!

Ingredients: Oreos, cream cheese, lavender candy melts, light purple sprinkles, candy eyeballs

Prep/Cook Time: 1 hour 20 minutes

Recipe Yields: 18-20 truffles

5. Monster Whoopie Pies

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

With teeth that sharp, you'd expect these monster whoopie pies to bite back. The good news is, they don't! Take a bite (or two!) of one of these for some scary good snacking at your next Halloween get-together.

Ingredients: Devil's Food cake, cooking oil, eggs, brown sugar, vanilla extract, butter, cocoa powder, milk, powdered sugar, Starbursts, white chocolate chips, large marshmallows, Junior Mints

Prep/Cook Time: 25 minutes

Recipe Yields: 10 monsters

6. Chocolate Caramel-Covered Banana Goblins

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

Turn your bananas into creepy chocolate and caramel-covered goblins in a mere matter of minutes! You can serve these spooky sweets right away, or you can freeze them to give your goblins a thick "skin"!

Ingredients: Bananas, popsicle sticks, caramel dip, mini chocolate chips, candy eyeballs

Prep/Cook Time: 10 minutes

Recipe Yields: 6 banana goblins

7. Spiderweb Cake

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

Don't get tangled up in the long list of ingredients - not only is spiderweb cake easy to make, but it's as delicious as it is simple! You don't have to have eight legs to enjoy this tasty treat.

Ingredients: Flour, sugar, black cocoa powder, Dutch-processed cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, salt, vegetable oil, buttermilk, coffee, eggs, vanilla, powdered sugar, whipping cream, orange extract

Prep/Cook Time: 2 hours 35 minutes

Recipe Yields: 1 spiderweb cake

8. Brimstone Brownies

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

You don't need a volcano to whip up a batch of brimstone brownies! If you want to impress your partygoers with an unbeatably tasty take on Halloween desserts, make a batch of brimstone brownies that they'll be talking about until Thanksgiving! 

Ingredients: Sugar, flour, dark cocoa powder, salt, baking powder, eggs, vegetable oil, vanilla extract, cream cheese, orange food coloring

Prep/Cook Time: 40 minutes

Recipe Yields: 9 brimstone brownies

9. Monster Cereal Treats

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

Get your cereal into the Halloween spirit by turning them into batches of monster cereal treats! Using candy eyeballs, sprinkles, and melted chocolate, you can make each and every treat into a uniquely creepy creature!

Ingredients: Pretzel sticks, Cheerios, Rice Krispie cereal, orange chocolate candy melts, green chocolate candy melts, purple chocolate candy melts, candy sprinkles, candy eyeballs

Prep/Cook Time: 15 minutes

Recipe Yields: 36 monster cereal treats

10. Mini Bat Treats

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

Let your taste buds take flight this Halloween! One bite of these easy, 4-ingredient mini bat treats will make you glide back over to the snack table to grab seconds, thirds, and maybe even fourths!

Ingredients: Reese's peanut butter cups, Oreos, edible eyeballs, frosting

Prep/Cook Time: 10 minutes

Recipe Yields: 25 mini bats

11. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Eyeballs

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

Want to make a truly eye-popping treat this Halloween? With a few simple steps, these peanut butter and chocolate eyeballs are sure to get everyone's attention. You'll see what we mean after just one bite!

Ingredients: Butter, peanut butter, powdered sugar, vanilla, white chocolate, mini chocolate chips, red food gel

Prep/Cook Time: 25 minutes

Recipe Yields: 40 eyeballs

12. Pretzel Witch Fingers

12 Spooky Halloween Dessert Recipes

If you want a magically easy recipe that's perfect for any Halloween party, pretzel witch fingers might be just what you're looking for! Thankfully, these witch fingers are curse-free so you won't have to worry about any spells or hexes as you prepare them for your Halloween festivities.

Ingredients: Pretzel rods, almonds, black food dye, green candy melts

Prep/Cook Time: 20-25 minutes

Recipe Yields: 20 witch fingers

Skip the candy this year and give your taste buds the treatment they deserve with these 12 spooky Halloween dessert recipes. If you're looking for more trick-free treats, check out our Pinterest page for recipes, DIY decorations, and all things Halloween! Looking for more fall fun? Take on a new adventure this autumn with our Fall Seasonal Guide. You'll find information on cider mills, pumpkin decorations, fall recipes, and more.

Additionally, while you're out and about enjoying the season, make sure your vehicle is ready to take on the cold weather with our Fall Car Care guide! You'd be surprised at how many of your vehicle's components are affected by the changing weather, and it's always better to be safe than sorry, especially before the temperatures really start to drop! If you find anything that may require attention, contact us and schedule an appointment at our Service Center right away. We're more than happy to get your vehicle ready to face the fall and winter weather!

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