8 Quick and Easy (and Spooky!) Halloween Treats

Morgan Burke, Contributor
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Ghosts, goblins and...Angry Birds - oh my! Once school gets back in session, kids' thoughts quickly turn to their next big day: Halloween. But we all know it's not just about the costume. It's the spooky sweets and terror-filled treats that set the mood!

Whether you're hosting a party, making a class snack or looking for a themed appetizer for adults, here are some quick and easy ideas - straight from our favorite recipe bloggers. You can even do them with your kids!

Top 8 Quick and Easy (and Spooky!) Halloween Treats:

  1. Spider Cookies. Turn ordinary sugar cookies into hairy Halloween goodies!

    Spider Cookies
  2. Creepy-Crawly Corn Dogs. Transform an old-fashioned kid favorite into a creepy-crawly critter in minutes!

    Creepy-Crawly Corn Dogs
  3. Frankenstein Pudding Cups. Be the classroom party hit with this monster-ful delight.

    Frankenstein Pudding Cups
  4. Spooky Salmon Brain Dip. Check out this Halloween twist on a yummy grown-up treat!

    Spooky Salmon Brain Dip
  5. Boolicious Apples. For the inner artist in you, try this creative way of bringing the Halloween spirit to a healthy snack!

    Boolicious Apples
  6. Sweet Ghost Crisps. See why this sweet, crispy Casper look-a-like becomes the life of every Halloween party!

    Sweet Ghost Crisps
  7. Spider Web Dip. Learn how to give a 7-layer dip the Halloween spirit!

    Spider Web Dip
  8. Harvest Cups. Check out this cup of sweet treats -- without the tricks!

    Harvest Cups
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(1) Comment
Samon S.
Samon S.
All of these are look yummy and healthy and I will make them for my kids, thanks for sharing your ideas .
October 13, 2014 at 3:00 PM

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