For the upcoming October 31st party, make spooky, easy Halloween desserts. Choose from cupcakes, cakes, cookies and decorate them like your favorite monsters just like the tradition.
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 traditional cookies that take the shapes of scary monsters such as vampires, zombies, mummies, ghosts and pumpkins. However, you can't go wrong by serving yummy desserts made with pumpkin, apple or other seasonal ingredients.
So, what are you waiting for? Fire up the oven and get ready to create yummy treats from these 30 Halloween desserts we've come up with for you.
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.
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.
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.
Pumpkin bars are a classic sweet treat perfect to enjoy as dessert during fall season. Super easy to make, they're moist, spiced on the inside and topped with a fluffy cream cheese frosting. It's the perfect crowd-pleaser recipe you need to try.
Although candy corn can be a divisive Halloween candy, those who love it, really love it. And even people who aren't fans may change their minds after trying these super tasty white chocolate candy corn cookies. They're perfectly buttery, ultra-chewy, and soft, and make a great-tasting homemade Halloween cookie to make this autumn.
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.
Who doesn't love the heavenly scent of warming baking spices and sweet treats floating through their homes during autumn? If you're in the mood to make an easy dessert you can whip up in no time, try this wonderful pumpkin cake recipe.
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.
Candy apples are a delicious, impressive sweet treat perfect to enjoy in fall, just like other seasonal desserts. Super easy to make, it's a great recipe to enjoy at fairs or a Halloween party.
Looking for a fun, simple Halloween recipe to make with your kids? Witch hat cookies are perfect for you. Kids will love helping you bake and especially decorate these delicious chocolate witch hat cookies. It's chewy on the outside and crisp around the edges, with a spoonful of brightly colored icing and topped with a Hershey's kiss.
Peanut butter and chocolate are a match made in heaven. There are dozens of wonderful ways to combine the two, but one of the all-time most popular peanut butter and chocolate recipes out there is buckeye bites. The name comes from this toothsome sweet's resemblance to the buckeye nut. Made with a soft, chocolatey cake with a rich, creamy peanut butter filling topped in a decadent chocolate ganache, buckeye bites are pleasing to the eye and super satisfying to the taste buds. This easy recipe yields over 2 dozen bites, which makes them great for parties, potlucks, or as a homemade sweet treat you can give to loved ones over the holidays.
There's nothing like freshly baked apple pie when the weather starts to dip. The only thing that might be better than apple pie? Apple pie cupcakes! These incredibly soft, fluffy cupcakes are packed with the same irresistible apple pie flavor as the iconic fall dessert, and topped with decadent creamy frosting. It's a great way to use in-season apples this fall and offers a fun twist on a much-loved classic dessert. Serve them at holiday parties, Thanksgiving potlucks, or as a toothsome treat in a packed lunch.
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.
With the arrival of autumn, it's officially the season for delicious pumpkin desserts. If you're saving your pumpkin pie to show off at Thanksgiving dinner, but still want to make the most out of this tasty seasonal squash, why not try making a classic pumpkin roll? This easy fall dessert is light, fluffy, and full of that wonderful pumpkin and baking spice flavor so many of us associate with autumn.
This Apple Cake is an easy, light dessert recipe perfect for fall. It’s a great dessert to make if you’re craving something between an apple cake or apple pie. It’s easy to make (whip the batter up in one bowl) and even easier to eat!
These decadent pumpkin cupcakes are the perfect way to usher in fall, especially if you're a fan of pumpkin. They're lightly spiced with pumpkin pie mix, cinnamon, and ginger. These sweet, fluffy cupcakes are moist but not greasy on the inside, then topped with tangy-sweet cream cheese frosting.
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.
Autumn is officially in the air, and the cooler weather is a fantastic opportunity to bake. Fall means pumpkin season, so we have a new idea if you don't feel like regular brownies. It's a great time to make these chewy, fudgy pumpkin brownies.
While everyone loves pumpkin pies and apple crumbles, why not shake things up this fall by making these irresistible caramel apple cookies? This fabulous dessert recipe is perfect for autumn and is a fun, festive alternative to making caramel apples. With their decadent frosting and tantalizing chopped pecan garnish, caramel apple cookies are delicious and eye-catching.
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.
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.
Autumn is the perfect time to get cozy in the kitchen and make all sorts of heavenly baked treats. Fall is pumpkin season, so it's a wonderful excuse to make these incredible iced pumpkin cookies.
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.
Luxurious salted caramel coated in rich chocolate? Yes, please! These caramel fudge truffles will be a hit with anyone who tries one. Made with sugar, white chocolate, and butter, the caramel center is decadently sweet, a little creamy, and completely delicious, especially when coupled with the fudgy chocolate layer. The best part about these incredible melt-in-your-mouth caramel fudge truffles is that they're super easy to make. They're a perfect potluck or picnic treat that double up as an elegant homemade dessert you can gift to friends and family. However, these amazing caramel fudge truffles are so good, you may not want to share!
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.
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.
Also known as soulmass cakes, soul cakes are a delicious English baked treat that is traditionally made for Halloween, All Saints, and All Souls' Day. In the past, people gave soul cakes to children and the poor, who would travel from door to door during the holiday, singing and offering prayers for the deceased. Today, they're enjoyed around Allhallowtide in parts of England.
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.
Chocolate and peanut butter are such a perfect combination and maybe that is why so many candies and desserts are based around this classic duo. Homemade Peanut butter cups are so easy to make at home that there is no need to purchase premade, candy aisle ones anymore. Making peanut butter cups also enables you to use high quality chocolate and all natural peanut butter- no corn syrup or additives here! This recipe uses dark chocolate which has a deeper and richer flavor than milk chocolate and really enhances the peanut butter. If you prefer milk chocolate, go ahead! The recipe will work just as perfectly! Give this simple recipe a try and you will never need to buy peanut butter cups again!
With its rich, creamy pumpkin filling, buttery spiced crust, and lighter than air whipped cream topping, nothing says “autumn is here” like this easy pumpkin cheesecake. This delicious dessert is an easy recipe you can make this fall. Pumpkin cheesecake is perfect for big family gatherings like Thanksgiving, or any other occasion where you're entertaining a group.