If you’re planning a Halloween party this year, I’m sure you’ve already had desserts on the brain! They’re only the best part of the spread, after all! It doesn’t matter if you are hosting 12 olds or 42 year olds, desserts are always remembered as the highlight! If you have room in your stomach, of course!
Wear a breathable costume, or save room, because these spooky recipes are sure to satisfy!
Who knew that these little witches were actually a super delicious cupcake? The warts make it seem kind of doubtful, right? 😉 Use your favorite cupcake recipe, and this tutorial from Parents Magazine for your next gathering!
I’m not entirely sure I could be swayed to sample these fingers! They look much too real! A Witch’s Nail cookie recipe from The Food Network might just scare all of your guests away from the dessert table….However, an almond makes the “nail” and these are definitely safe to eat!
I’ve seen this colorful cake floating around Pinterest for the last couple of years, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting a chance to make a Halloween rainbow cake. This notorious Halloween recipe comes to you courtesy of Cooking With Sugar TV. I think this cake alone is enough to make your the hit of any Halloween gathering!
Some people think I am downright disgusting, but my favorite Halloween treat are those darn Branch’s Pumpkins! They might hurt your teeth ever so slightly, but just one of these puts me in an instant Fall spirit! Bake a tray of your famous brownies, use decorative icing as your vines, and plant your store bought pumpkins! Adorable!
Who wouldn’t love a Jack Skellington topped pumpkin? No one! This is Halloween, after all! Use yogurt pretzels and marshmallows to sculpt your skeleton.
Everybody knows that Halloween is a sugar-filled holiday! Save your sanity, and your dental bill by opting for a healthier treat! These look so cute that no one will even realize what they’re eating!
Sliced apples, a hint of peanut butter, and marshmallows as teeth make these treats complete!
I’d love to try my hand at baking these, but I doubt mine would look as cute as these do! For a quick Halloween treat, whip up some chocolate (or vanilla!) cupcakes. You can learn to ice your cupcakes as pumpkin using this method from Just A Taste.
The kids in my household absolutely LOVE marshmallows, and I think I might be to blame for that! For as long as I can remember, I loved to make candy or chocolate coated marshmallows. It’s such an easy treat, but set up as the right display, it can leave an impact–on tastebuds that is! Knock your guests out with my favorite recipe from Parents Magazine.
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