These festive Halloween treats will get your whole family in the holiday spirit! Whether you’re throwing the perfect party or looking for fun treats your little goblins will love assembling – and eating – these spooky Halloween sweets. The Friendly Frankensteins, Spider Bites and Halloween Candy Bark are sure to be a spooky success.
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A little green frosting and edible eyeballs make these Friendly Frankensteins tasty little monsters.
Yield: 12 cookies
- 1 – 16 ounce container of store-bought vanilla frosting
- Green food coloring
- 12 sugar wafer cookies
- 24 edible eyes
- Black licorice rope
- 6 graham crackers, broken in half
1. Add about 6 drops of green food coloring to the tub of store-bought frosting; mix to combine. Frost graham crackers. Spread a line of frosting horizontally across the top of a chocolate wafer cookie and attach behind the bottom of the graham cracker so it looks like a bolt. Place two candy eyeballs on each cracker.
2. Tear off pieces of black licorice rope to form hair and mouth.
Licorice rope added to these brownie bites make for the perfect Spider Bites.
- 12 store-bought brownie bites
- 24 mini red M&Ms Chocolate jimmies
- 8 ounce container store-bought chocolate frosting
- Black licorice rope
1. Cover brownie bites with chocolate frosting. Sprinkle on chocolate jimmies. Place two mini red M&Ms as eyes.
2. Cut 72 strips of black licorice rope about 3 inches long. Insert 3 into each side of brownie bite as “legs.”
Craving something salty and sweet? This irresistible blend of pretzels, chocolate and candy makes this Halloween Candy Bark a frighteningly good Halloween treat.
- 1 pound vanilla candy bark, candy melts, or white chocolate
- Mini pretzel twists
- Chocolate sandwich cookies with orange filling
- Candy corn
- Assorted sprinkles
- Additional candies of your choice
1. Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with a silicone liner or parchment paper; set aside. Chop or break any larger candies, cookies, or pretzels; set aside.
2. Melt the vanilla candy bark (or white chocolate) as directed on package. If heating in the microwave, use 50% power to prevent overheating the candy/chocolate. Pour about half of the melted chocolate onto the lined baking sheet, then spread about 1/4 inch thick.
3. Working quickly, add an assortment of pretzels, cookie pieces, and candy corn (or other candies) in a single layer.
4. Pour the remaining melted chocolate on top of the pretzels and cookies, then add additional toppings, including sprinkles. Set aside and allow the chocolate to cool fully. You can place the entire baking sheet in the freezer for 10 minutes to speed up the process.
5. Once the chocolate is fully set and cool, break the candy bark into pieces. Store Halloween Candy Bark in an airtight container for up to a week.