35 Fun and Festive Halloween Treats for Kids

Your little ones will go batty for these sweets!

halloween treats for kids
Chelsea's Messy Apron

Gather your little ghouls and goblins to make these easy Halloween treats. Whether you decide on cookies, cake, or another sweet snack, you and your kids will love brewing a batch of these seasonal desserts.

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Chelsea's Messy Apron
Spider Oreo Balls

Who knew spiders could be so cute? (Or yummy!)

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One Little Project
Rice Krispie Treat Monsters

Use different colored candy melts to make these monsters especially fun.

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Chelsea's Messy Apron
Mummy Brownie Batter Bark

Chocolatey, no-bake brownie bark is an easy dessert both kids and adults will enjoy.

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One Little Project
Halloween Harvest Hash Chex Mix

You'll be snacking on this salty-sweet three-step mix all season long.

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Yummy Healthy Easy
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts

Kids won't be scared of eating their fruit when they see these chocolate-covered ghouls.

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Savory Nothings
Cute Monster Eye Cookies

Press the candy eyes in place as soon as these chocolate treats come out of the oven so they'll stay put throughout the party.

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Dessert Now Dinner Later
Ghost Pretzels

Customize this recipe by using white chocolate, white candy melts, or white almond bark.

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Chelsea's Messy Apron
Four-Ingredient Witches Hats

Use the thin version of these sandwich cookies to make the hat's brim even more realistic.

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The Decorated Cookie
Easy Monster Apples

Prevent the apple from browning by brushing honey inside this grinning monster's mouth.

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Home Made Interest
Nutter Butter Boos

Dip these already delicious peanut butter cookies into white chocolate for an extra-sweet treat.

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Butter with a Side of Bread
Haunted Haystacks

There's nothing scary about these crazy critters. Trick-or-treaters will love this snack!

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Lil Luna
Boo-nilla Ghost Milkshakes

Your kids will love to slurp up this scary-sweet snack.

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Who Needs a Cape
Halloween Sopapilla Crescents with Creamy Caramel Dip

Fried dough dipped in creamy caramel? Yes please!

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Brian Woodcock
Breadstick Rattlers

Unroll 1 (13.8-oz.) tube refrigerated pizza dough; cut into 12 strips on the long side and roll each into 12-inch ropes, tapering one end (to create the tail) and flattening the other end (to create the head). Wrap each rope in a spiral around a greased 10 ½-inch chopstick. Brush with olive oil and sprinkle body with poppy seeds and tails with sesame seeds. Cut black olives into small triangles and place on the head of each snake to make the eyes.

Bake on two parchment paper-lined baking sheets at 350°F until golden brown, 15 to 18 mins. Cool 3 mins. before carefully removing chopsticks. While still warm, use a toothpick to carefully thread dried chiles (cut into tongues) into the tip of the flat end of each snake to make the tongue. Serve with store-bought tomato soup.

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Con Poulos
Licorice-Eared Mice

Treat guests to their very own cakes with these bite-size, licorice-eared mice.

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Courtesy of It's Always Autumn
Mini Doughnut Spiders

These easy snacks are simply made from mini doughnuts, pretzels and M&Ms. Just break the pretzels to use them as legs, and a creeper spider is born!

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Monster Cupcakes

These desserts are fun and silly, and sweet and spooky! Top chocolate cupcakes with pops of frosting color and load them with tons of creepy eyes.

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Chocolate Monster Cookies

Do the monster mash with these silly treats! Sandwich a large layer of frosting in-between two chocolate chip cookies, and top with white chocolate eyes and teeth.

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Courtesy of Chelsea's Messy Apron
Mini Chocolate Bat Bites

These spooky treats are so easy to create. Attach Oreo wings to mini Reese's, and place edible eyes on top.

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Owl S'mores

Bring these snacks to an after-school party, and they'll be gone before you even walk through the door.

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Witch Hat Peanut Butter Cookies

Blogger Parrish Ritchie suggests letting kids help bake this dessert by rolling the cookie balls, coating them in the sugar, or decorating the finished cookies with sprinkles.

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Frozen "Boo"-nana Pops

Make a healthy and sweet snack this Halloween. Place white chocolate covered bananas in the freezer to create these mini ghosts. Boo!

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Melted Witch Brownies

Upgrade regular brownies for Halloween with melted green chocolate and paper legs. Everyone will be happy to eat these up knowing they're safe from the Wicked Witch.

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Spider Doughnuts

Mini chocolate doughnuts, Pocky Sticks, and candy eyeballs create tiny spiders you can use as a cake topper or pumpkin decor.

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Monster Cake

This monster cake with lollipop eyeballs will make a great addition to any Halloween party.

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Silly Apple Bites

Snacking can be both healthy and fun with these festive, no-bake treats.

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Skeleton Cupcakes

Who knew white chocolate-covered pretzels could be made into adorable skeletons? Change up each cupcake's silly face, and these creepy confections will easily become a favorite.

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A Spicy Perspective
Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

Chocolate truffles star as the centerpiece of these cute cookies.

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Monster S'mores

The campfire snack gets made over into a delectable Halloween treat, perfect for letting kids get creative with the toppings.

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Chocolate Apple Owl

Oreo eyes and candy corn noses turn these chocolate-dipped apples into treats that are almost too cute to eat. Almost.

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