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  • cookiesandcups.com

    Skeletal Edibles
    White chocolate-covered pretzels look surprisingly like a skeleton when stacked atop of one another—add a marshmallow head and use as a cupcake topper for a perfectly Halloween-y treat.

    Skeleton Cupcakes from Cookies and Cups 

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  • annies-eats.com

    Eye'll Eat You
    Attach regular-sized cupcakes to mini ones and decorate with frosting and candy eyes (the bigger, the better!) to make adorable monster. Or throw a party and let kids design their own.

    Monster Cupcakes from Annie's Eats

  • recipesnobs.com

    Luminous Liquid
    Did you know that tonic water glows under a black light? It's true! Add it to frosting to make a treat that will steal the spotlight.

    Ghoulishly Glowing Cupcakes from Recipe Snobs

  • hungryhappenings.com

    Scary Dairy
    A great spin on a classic cheese-plate that even the pickiest eaters will pick clean. Scoop a ball of cream cheese, roll it in shredded cheddar and decorate.

    Mini Monster Cheeseballs from Hungry Happenings

  • cookiesandcups.com

    Spellbinding Sweepers
    What's a Halloween without at least one broomstick? This recipes uses a pretzel rod and fruit roll-up for the handle—a delightful mix of salty and sweet that you won't want to sweep under the rug. 

    Witch's Broom Cupcakes from Cookies and Cups

  • notmartha.org

    Spindly Sweets
    Arachnophobes beware! These cakes might look tricky but they're a real treat—there's a delicious raspberry and cream filling inside.

    Spider Cakes from Not Martha

  • bubbleandsweet.blogspot.com

    Toil and Trouble
    Cake pops are a great, minimal-mess treat. We love the idea of putting green nerds on cauldron-shaped pops to make the bubbles of a witch's brew.

    Double Trouble Witch Brew Cauldron Cake Pops from Bubble and Sweet

  • the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

    Creepy Chompers
    Mini marshmallows, red food coloring and cookies are all you need for these little sandwiches that pack a big bite.

    Dracula's Dentures from The Girl Who Ate Everything

  • craft-o-maniac.com

    Monster Marshmallow
    A lighter—and easier—alternative to the cake pop. Put a marshmallow on a stick, dip in chocolate and voila! Kids will enjoy painting on the faces.

    Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops from Craft-O-Maniac

  • confessionsofacookbookqueen.com

    I'm Melting, I'm Melting
    We love the idea of using half an Oreo cookie and a chocolate kiss for a witches hat. Put it on molten chocolate and wrap it up for a unique trick-or-treat sweet.

    Melted Witches from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

  • cookingwithsugar.com

    Bewitched Bundt Cake
    Layer colored batter into a bundt pan. Your little monsters will love the result: a cake that's a treat for the eyes.

    Halloween Rainbow Party Bundt Cake from Cooking with Sugar

  • purplechocolathome.blogspot.com

    Paranormal Popcorn
    Mix popcorn with white chocolate and green food coloring for a super easy and festive snack.

    Green Slimed Popcorn from Purple Chocolat Home

  • skinnytaste.com

    Spectral Snack
    These friendly ghosts are a clever way to disguise fruit as a chocolatey snack.

    Frozen "Boo"-nana Pops from Skinnytaste

  • amerrierworld.com

    The Great Pumpkin
    Stack two bundt cakes together and decorate with orange and green frosting to make a pumpkin worth waiting for. 

    Great Pumpkin Cake from A Merrier World

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