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The freakier and gross you can make Halloween food the better! It’s really the only acceptable time of year that I’ll make food featuring “worms”, “spiders” or other creepy critters. I created a Foodie collection featuring a variety of Halloween party treats for kids. I know my daughter would enjoy any of these treats and they also look like they’d be fun to make too!
The other day I made a batch of Rice Krispies Squares and to give them a Halloween twist, I used a box of instant butterscotch pudding mix. Just add it in after you melt the marshmallows. Then I took some pumpkin and bat shaped cookie cutters to carve them up. They were adorable! All I was missing was some candy to decorate them with. I had jelly beans but the kids ate them before I could use them!
© Halloween treats image via Shutterstock
I picked out a selection of 20 treats to showcase in my Foodie collection and now I need to decide which ones I want to make. I’d love to be able to make them all, but I think that would be too big of a task for me right now. And that’s a lot of sweets! Though I’m sure we could all eat them….
Take a peek at the collection and let me know which treat you are most interested in making!
Try my Halloween Punch.
- Toil & Trouble Halloween Cupcakes
- Halloween Witch Hats
- Mummy Cookies
- Ghost Cupcakes
- Spider Cookies
- Witches Fingers
- Deviled Egg Eyeballs
- Candy Apples
- Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups