13 Adorably Spooky Halloween Treats to Make and Eat with Your Kids

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If you really want to impress your kids and their friends this Halloween, check out these 13 creepy and creative snack ideas.

No. 1: Spider Web Cake

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Buddy Valastro shared this show-stopping spiderweb cake recipe with us — and it’s the perfect centerpiece for your Halloween spread. Watch him and Rach make it in the video above.

No. 2: Dirt Dessert

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Surprise your kids by encouraging them to eat “dirt” for once!

No. 3: Spider Cookies

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These cleverly creepy cookies are easy to make, and even the littlest kiddos can help by pressing the candy into the center of the cookie.

No. 4: Mummy Brownie Cupcakes

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These fun mummy cupcakes are super simple – just bake brownies in a muffin tin, then pipe bandage-esque lines of white frosting over the top, and finish with chocolate chip eyes.

No. 5: Chocolate Sandwich Cookie Cupcakes

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These cute cupcakes would be the perfect treat for a school Halloween party.

No. 6: Blood Splatter Cookies

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You might want to save these “bloody” cookies for the older kids.

No. 7: Popcorn Balls

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Popcorn balls that feature candy corn AND peanut butter candy? Yes, please!

No. 8: “Blood” Oranges

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This is so fun – just hollow out two halves of an orange, and fill with liquid jello. Let it harden then slice into “blood” orange slices! Adorable!

No. 9: Spooky Pasta

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This one couldn’t be easier – just dye some pre-cooked pasta black! Add some edible clay (used for decorating cakes) shaped like worms. Spooky!

No. 10: Ghostly Banana Treats

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For this yummy treat, slice bananas in half, and put each half on a stick. Freeze, then dip in melted white chocolate. Add mini candy eyeballs or M&Ms for the eyes, then add some frosting in a zig-zag pattern.

No. 11: Spooky Ghoul Punch

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For these treats, cut apples in half, and remove the core. Carve little faces into the outside of the apple, the soak in lemon juice so they won’t turn brown. Bake them on a baking sheet at 250 for about 1.5 hours, and they will shrink a bit to make exaggerated faces. Put cloves in the eye and nose holes, then plop into your punch (or apple cider).

Tip: For an adults-only party, spike the punch!

No. 12: Hot Halloween Cheese Ball

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This yummy spicy cheddar cheeseball is shaped like a pumpkin! So fun!

No. 13: Pumpkin-Shaped Pancake

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You can even do a fun Halloween treat for breakfast! Watch to learn how to make spooky and fun pumpkin-shaped pancakes! (For added Halloween cred, use a pumpkin-flavored pancake mix.)

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