Halloween Desserts: 10+ easy, spooky sweet treats to enjoy at a Halloween party

For the upcoming October 31st party, make spooky, easy Halloween desserts. Choose from cupcakes, cakes, cookies and decorate them like your favorite monsters.

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When planning a Halloween party, don't forget about desserts. On October 31st is a holiday loved by both children and adults, and whether you love to dress up or not, celebrating is always a good idea. Start your party with fun, festive appetizers and end with spooky, easy-to-make Halloween desserts.

Surprise your guests – children or adults – with sweet treats that are creepy yet delicious. Get ahead of the curve and make bootiful desserts that are themed decorated. You can't miss cute Halloween cupcakes, brownies, cake pops, cakes and cookies that take the shapes of scary monsters such as vampires, zombies, mummies, ghosts and pumpkins.

So, what are you waiting for? Fire up the oven and get ready to create yummy treats from these 10+ Halloween desserts we've come up with for you.

1. Halloween Cupcakes: a fun dessert to create scary, delicious monsters
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This Halloween, serve up some spooky Halloween cupcakes for your bash. Halloween cupcakes aren't just festive, they're delicious, too. They're fluffy and moist on the inside, with a rich chocolate flavor, and decorated with creamy frosting.

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2. Halloween Cake Pops: a festive, bite-sized recipe to make this Halloween
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If you're looking for the perfect spooky treat to serve at this year's Halloween party, you'll love this delicious, easy Halloween cake pop recipe. They're made with boxed cake mix, pudding mix, and frosting, and decorated with melted candy melts, sprinkles, and melted chocolate to look like classic Halloween monsters.

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3. Spider Web Cake: the delicious chocolate dessert for Halloween
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Spider web cake is a delicious dessert recipe perfect to enjoy at Halloween. Super easy and fun to make, this chocolate cake has a marble pattern on the inside and is decorated with a white chocolate spider web on top.

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4. Vampire Cookies: the ghoulish Dracula dentures to make this Halloween
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If you need a no-fuss dessert recipe to serve at your Halloween party, you'll love these spooky vampire cookies. Chocolate chip cookies serve as the vampire's mouth, while red frosting acts as edible fake blood. Use mini marshmallows for teeth and pointy slivers of almonds for the perfect vampire fangs. The combination of these fantastic flavors ensures these delicious Dracula dentures will satisfy everyone's sweet tooth.

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5. Halloween Sugar Cookies: the impressive Halloween sweet treat kids will love
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Halloween sugar cookies are the perfect sweet treat to enjoy for a party on October 31st. Super easy to make, it's a fun recipe to whip up together with the whole family – even with baker beginners.

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6. Marshmallow Ghost Cookies: the spooky sweet treat to make this Halloween
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Fun, easy to make, and adorable to look at, marshmallow ghost cookies are a simple, tasty homemade dessert to whip up for your Halloween party. Made to look like melted ghosts perched on a crisp cookie base, marshmallow ghost cookies are wonderfully sweet, with an irresistible marshmallow and texture not unlike a s'more.

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7. Witch Fingers: an easy creepy cookie recipe to make for your Halloween party
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No Halloween party is complete without a few scary treats to serve guests. With their strawberry jam blood and sliced almond fingernail, witch fingers are the perfect spooky sweet for your All Hallow's Eve bash. These creepy cookies are made with a buttery shortbread cookie which has that classic shortbread-sable cookie texture.

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8. Halloween Cheesecake: the tasty, impressive dessert recipe for your spooky party
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Halloween cheesecake is a delicious, rich dessert recipe perfect for your next Halloween party. It's made with a crisp crust, a creamy, orange pumpkin filling and topped with spooky decorations – edible ghost, spider webs, witch hat and pumpkins.

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9. Candy Corn Fudge: the easy, no-bake fudge recipe
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Candy corn is a popular Halloween treat in the United States. It’s a small, triangular candy divided into three different colors. During the fall and Halloween season, it’s one of the most popular candy types. This Candy Corn Fudge is an easy, no-bake fudge recipe inspired by that famous Halloween candy. These triangular sweets have three distinct colors. The flavor is sweet with a creamy texture.

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10. Halloween Hand Pies: the fun, delicious dessert recipe kids will love
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Halloween hand pies are a spooky, impressive sweet treat you can serve at your next Halloween party. Kids will love this dessert recipe much more than classic fall hand pies. It's the perfect balance of sweetness and horror, ideal for the night of October 31st.

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11. Pumpkin Whoopie Pies: the decadent, delicious sandwich cookies to make this fall
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If you're looking for a fun, easy recipe to bake this fall, you'll love these incredible pumpkin whoopie pies. These fabulous sandwich cookies are an autumn version of classic whoopie pies.

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12. Chocolate Mice: the fun, sweet dessert recipe kids will love
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Chocolate mice are a fun, kid-friendly dessert perfect for the holidays such as Halloween and Christmas. These sweet treats are made of chocolate cookie crumbs, sour cream, and melted chocolate, then shaped like a mouse.

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13. Puffed Rice Pumpkins: the sweet recipe for a funny Halloween treat
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Puffed Rice treats (also known as Rice Krispy treats) are a real treat no matter what time of year you eat them. But why not make them specially themed according to Halloween? These spooky Puffed Rice Pumpkins will be the perfect treat on your table this season.

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