Five spooky Halloween treats. Eat them if you dare! It’s Halloween season already and you know what that means. Time to scour Pinterest and try making really adorable snacks that, when executed, look absolutely nothing like the picture. But hey, have fun doing it!

These treats below would make really fun and impressive after school snacks– your kids will love it!

Spider Cookies


Need a super-quick, super-easy Halloween treat? Here you go! These spider cookies come together in no time at all. Twist open the chocolate sandwich cookies, add some black lace licorice strands and white candy coating, close up the cookies, and add the eyes—that’s all it takes!

These cookies and photo are from the book, Smart Cookies. Get the recipe here!



Meringue Ghost Cookies

spooky halloween treats

Talk about friendly ghosts. These crisp-and-chewy concoctions with mini chocolate chip eyes are just begging to be devoured.

These cookies and photo are from Real Simple. Get the recipe here!



Gooey Monster Eye Cookies

spooky halloween treats

Fan of Monsters, Inc. or just a fan of these colorful, delicious looking cookies in general? These chewy gooey cookies are a hit with kids and parents alike!

These cookies and photo are from Lil’Luna. Get the recipe here!


Halloween Bark


Not only is this dessert delicious, it only takes minutes and is a great recipe to include the little one’s help. Makes for a great Halloween treat!

These bark cookies and photo are from Family Fresh Meals. Get the recipe here!


Boo-Nana Pops

spooky halloween treats

Although this is made with white chocolate (only half an ounce each pop), it’s much healthier than candy, and certainly a frozen Halloween snack that the kids will love!

These pops and photo are from Listotic. Get the recipe here!

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