My kids have been counting down to Halloween all month because they know it’s the one day out of the year where I’m not policing every little morsel that goes into their mouth. Halloween is the one day that I allow them to indulge in the sweet goodness of fun Halloween treats. After we get home with their loot, I sneakingly replace it with candy I bought from the store. And then I take what I want from their trick-or-treating loot and hide it in the highest part of the pantry, where even the husband can’t find it. I’m totally one of those moms, y’all!
My friends over at Kraft have a plethora of fun Halloween Treats available on their website that are perfect for Halloween festivities. For us, part of the fun of Halloween night are all the treats! There is something so satisfying about stuffing our faces with candy spiders and cookie ghosts.
Fun Halloween Treats
Bats & Cats Chocolate Halloween Cookies // Cookies are just more fun when they’re dressed as bats and cats.
Halloween Mummy Spinach Dip // The mummy-shaped bread loaf will be the talk of the party.
Halloween Spook Cookies // Need a quick Halloween treat? Decorating gels and melted white chocolate add a ghostly appeal to store-bought, packaged cookies.
Happy Halloween Dessert Cups // Jell-O, Cool Whip, and chocolate — need I say more?
Halloween Cupcakes // Use orange-flavored Kool-Aid for a trip down memory lane.
Easy Halloween Truffles // The chocolate center of these ghosts and pumpkin truffles is nothing to be scared of.
Halloween Sparkle Punch // Blackberry sherbet and cold ginger ale makes this punch the drink of the night for ages 1 – 101.
Halloween JIGGLERS Hands // I don’t know. You decide — creepy or cute?
Halloween Poke Cake // You’ll get the job done with the help of the humble kitchen utensil — the fork.
Spider Cupcakes // These spiders have been fashioned from cookies and licorice. No creepy crawlies here.
For more fun Halloween treats, visit these links:
Andrea Kruse says
Love that spinach dip and Jigglers hand. Those would be fun additions to our party table tonight. Will have to pin for next year.
Vanessa: thequeenofswag says
What a great collection of Halloween treats. Thanks so much for sharing.
I have to run to the store anyways. I think I’ll grab the stuff for the Halloween Sparkle Punch. It would be a great surprise for the kids.
Krystyn @ Really, Are You Serious? says
These are great halloween treat ideas! Even for a grown up Halloween party or Bunco! That bread and spinach dip looks delicious!
Sara P. (@SensiblySara) says
So many great options for Halloween snacks – and I love that they aren’t all sweets. I want to try that spinach dip.
Cyndi @ MrsWrightWrites says
Great list! All of these treats are super fun and creative. My 5 year old and I will have to test some out.
Valerie Remy-Milora says
That mummy spinach dip sounds like my kind of treat! I’m not a big fan of trick or treating either but like you I let my girls participate because they think it’s a lot of fun, We often team up with a group of friends and have a big party afterwards. I’ll be missing out this year since I’m in France but I’m sure the girls will have lots to share when I get back on Monday! What’s your favorite candy?
I want to try them all! I love spinach dip, so that would be cool, but my son would flip over the jigglers hands!
Those are such adorable treats. I definitely love the spinach dip!
Jennifer H says
What festive ideas. That mummy looks so cool!
Ellen That Chic Mom says
I have never seen spinach dip like that, super cute idea I am totally stealing. Thanks for reminding me about eh nutter butter ghosts every year I say I am going to make them and then I forget!
Little Miss Kate says
Love that spinach dip, a great spooky alternative to all the sweet treats people normally have around Halloween.
valmg @ From Val's Kitchen says
What fun Halloween dessert ideas! The spider cupcakes are super cute!
Karen W says
My kids have been counting down the days till Halloween as well – because like you, I let them eat candy on this day without bugging them about what they are eating. It’s part of being a kid! I love all those recipes and I’m going to try a few even though Halloween is almost over. Since they eat the candy for days, we can celebrate for days!
Tiffany (A Mom's Take) says
Those treats do look pretty yummy. Even though Halloween is over I might still make some of them, just for fun.
Kelly Hutchinson says
The jiggler hands really creeped me out. They look so real!
These are all great party treat ideas. I will have to make them next year,
Halloween treats are so fun, I bet the sparkle punch is tasty.
Digna D. says
Some very nice choices. I love to make new cute things for our Halloween parties to surprise our guests. I’ll definitely keep some of these in mind. Thank you for sharing.
These are all some very cute and festive Halloween treats! I bet my kids would love all of them.
These are the cutest treats, especially the spiders. I’m going to try some of these next year.
These are all such fun ideas! I totally want to have a Halloween party next year and serve them all up. I like the mummy spinach dip!
Oh yum! What fun ideas for a great Halloween party!
Mel @ Outnumbered 3 to 1 says
That Oreo Spider Cupcake is too cute! I’ll have to use that mummy spinach dip idea for next year!
Liz Mays says
There’s lots of yummy ideas for treats in that collection. I don’t know where to start!
Wow all of these treats look absolutely adorable to make!
I tried making a Halloween dish once that had plastic spiders on it. No one in my house would touch it!
Theresa @ Faith and Family Reviews says
Those look like yummy treats all children would love to help make and eat!
That Mummy Spinach dip is awesome. I was a little late this year seeing this for Halloween, but am totally bookmarking it to make for next year!
Penelope Guzman says
I love the mummies, I always find those so creative with the wrapping effects!
Anne - Mommy Has to Work says
I love Halloween! You can really get creative.
That mummy spinach dip is wondrously creative!
Sally Ennes says
I especially LOVE the hands! My 12-year-old niece is a Type 1 diabetic and we are always looking for fun things for Halloween that she can have. We can adapt this recipe by using sugar-free Jell-o and then provide ways to decorate the hand with Cool Whip and other things.