Part monster, part cute! If you love Halloween as much as I do, here are 21 stunning Halloween desserts that you must make. I gathered a wide range of my favorite Halloween snacks into this post. So you have a ton of choice of what to create from cookies, to candy apples, and from popcorn balls, to monster cupcakes.
So let’s take a look! Click through to visit the recipes on their blog and try the full recipe.
I love meringue cookies and making them into ghosts is such a stylish idea for Halloween! All you need is to shape the meringue and finish their faces with a touch of dark chocolate. It’s fairy beginner friendly and they are just stunning. Don’t you think these DIY Halloween Apothecary Jars would be perfect in this photo?
These confetti sprinkle warts are too much! Pretzels are perfect on a Halloween Dessert Table because it’s part savory, part sweet and they keep really well.
Have you ever seen cookies as elaborately decorated than this? I just love these perfect Halloween shapes. You will be surprised to see the steps. They do require a bit of artistic skill, but are actually quite simple.
Surprise! There are treats inside! These cookies are layered in way that leaves plenty of room for a secret stash of Halloween candy on the inside.
This Salted Caramel Apple Snickers Cake has all the flavors I want in fall! Using natural twigs for Caramel Apples transforms these apples into something magical.
Here’s an easy Halloween Dessert that’s perfect to make with kids. All you need to do is using black frosting to affix candy eyes to chocolate donuts. Simple!
These cupcakes are overflowing with cuteness! They are regular cupcakes that are frosted and topped with a variety of Halloween perfect candies like bats and bones.
Pumpkin Truffles – now we are talking. These truffles combine gingersnaps, pumpkin, cream cheese and graham cracker. And you won’t believe this – but these truffles are no bake!
These vanilla layered milkshake screams candy corn. That orange and yellow color palette is so strikingly fall and yet a milkshake is perfect for warmer climates – like for myself in Texas. This milkshake recipe is so simple, you have to try it.
Dip inside a pumpkin – need I say more? This gorgeous dessert is sure to be the hit of any party.
How stunning are these pie tops? They are filled with all things fall including cherry, pumpkin and apple. You can use cookie cutters, like the pies on the right to create the spooky shapes. Or you can hand cut them like the pie on the left.
When heated, marshmallow strings into gorgeous threads that can double as spider webs. Adding fondant spiders makes these cupcakes complete!
These apples are chocolate coated and candy dipped. These apples make an excellent gift and pair perfectly with a wicked queen Halloween vibe.
This chocolate cake is as black as night from the black food dye it calls for. It also pairs with a dark chocolate buttercream frosting. It’s gorgeous and decadent.
The eyes have it! These cookies only use 6 ingredients and use gelatin for that fabulous color. You can use M&M’s or Skittles for the eyes.
Here is a no bake recipe that’s party perfect. It has everything you need from sprinkle cookies to candy pumpkins and from candy corn to fall inspired trail mix.
These lollipops are a touch macrame. It is a clear and red hard candy lollipop that is swirled together for some Halloween fun.
I’m just living for this pretzel pumpkin stem. Popcorn balls are the best idea for a Halloween Movie Marathon one of my favorite Halloween activities!
These mummy hand pies are another of my favorites because it’s one of the more beginner friendly desserts here. What’s great is that everyone is just a touch different.
These brownies include peanut butter cups and are swirled with all the frosting colors that say Halloween. They are so much fun!
Underneath this vampire is a graham cracker! It’s then dipped and decorated.
Oh what the heck, how about 1 more recipe?! These monster cupcakes are reminiscent of Little Shop of Horrors and this recipe includes a step by step tutorial in making them. Why don’t you check it out and make them yourself!
So which Halloween Dessert Recipe are you going to make? Tell us in the comments!
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