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9 Creepy Halloween Party Treats

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Table of Contents
  1. 1. Green Marshmallow Treat Monsters
  2. 2. Halloween Shakes & Sundaes
  3. 3. Gingerbread Vampires
  4. 4. Witch's Brew Punch
  5. 5. Monster Eye Cookies
  6. 6. Halloween Creepy Candy Buffet
  7. 7. Homemade Monster Corn
  8. 8. Easy Halloween Personal Pizzas
  9. 9. Fun Monster Halloween Treats
  10. Need more inspiration to help make your Halloween party spooktacular? Check out these great ideas:
  11. Plus, don't miss out on 32 Halloween Party Food Ideas

Are you as excited as we are for fall to arrive? Cooler weather, lots of outdoor play time, football, and of course, Halloween. We have already begun our search for costumes this year. There’s nothing like planning a fun Halloween Party full of great kid’s party food ideas to get you in the spirit. These treat ideas ought to do it: green Frankenstein Krispie Treats, color-changing Witches Brew, Monster Eye Cookies, Spooky Shakes (with bat eyes!), Gingerbread Vampires, Monster (pop)Corn, Personal Halloween Pizza and Monsters-on-a-Stick. There are also some tips for a DIY candy dessert table to display all of these great treats. It’s spooktacular!

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1. Green Marshmallow Treat Monsters

These green guys are sure to be a delight at your Halloween party. They could also be a fun activity for a kid’s party. Simply create and cut out the base of the treats and let the kids decorate their monsters however they want!

2. Halloween Shakes & Sundaes

By taking some of your favorite shake or sundae additions and giving them a creepy name, you’ve got the perfect Halloween dessert. From werewolf toes to bet eyes, your guests will have a fun time creating their own creepy desserts. Label each one with it’s own creepy name to make sure your guests call it by the right name.

3. Gingerbread Vampires

These gingerbread cookies definitely have a bite to them. By giving these cookies some fangs, they’re dressed up and ready for Halloween instead of Christmas. This is the perfect way to break out your favorite gingerbread recipe more than once a year.

4. Witch’s Brew Punch

While the idea of a color-changing drink might seem daunting, don’t let this festive drink scare you away. It’s as simple as freezing ice cubes in different shapes and colors, they all melt together in the drink, giving it the color changing effect. Everyone will be amazed at their witch’s brew.

5. Monster Eye Cookies

This Halloween treat couldn’t be any more simple. With some mini chocolate sandwich cookies and chocolate candies, this eye-popping treat comes together in no time at all. Guests are sure to gobble these up throughout the night.

6. Halloween Creepy Candy Buffet

Nothing is better than candy on Halloween, right? Let your guests fill up their treat bags with this spooky candy buffet. Deck out your buffet with creepy decorations like spider webs, candelabras, or skeletons. Easy and festive!

7. Homemade Monster Corn

This colorful corn would be a fun addition to a dessert table. Make it more eye-popping by adding in some candy eyes. Pick your favorite colors or go for something more festive such as orange or purple.

8. Easy Halloween Personal Pizzas

This savory treat is definitely one to try. Set out the ingredients and let everyone create their very own pumpkin or spider web pizzas. Pepperonis make perfect faces for the pumpkins, while olives make for a convincing creepy-crawly. See who can make the most creative pizza!

9. Fun Monster Halloween Treats

What’s Halloween without the monsters? These little monsters will make your Halloween dessert table complete. A sweet and not-too-scary treat!

Need more inspiration to help make your Halloween party spooktacular? Check out these great ideas:

Plus, don’t miss out on 32 Halloween Party Food Ideas

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