The best Halloween treats for kids and families

These Halloween treat ideas from top food bloggers will be a yummy, ghoulish treat for your spooky bashes


If you’re looking for Halloween treat ideas for your next spooky bash, then you’ve come to the right place! These food bloggers have offered up some of their best recipes that will sweeten any scary party with delicious eye balls, silly monsters, crispy spiders and more.

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Easy Pumpkin Rice Krispies Treats by Yummy Healthy Easy (Recipe here)

These mini pumpkins give Rice Krispies treats a sweet and simple Halloween twist.

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Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts by Yummy Healthy Easy (Recipe here)

Your little ones won't be the least bit spooked by these spirits. In fact, they'll be asking for more!

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Halloween Peanut Butter Truffle Eyeballs by Yummy Healthy Easy (Recipe here)

These desserts might seem gnarly, but we promise they're yummier than they look! And they're sure to be a hit at your Halloween party.

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Monster Eyeball Pretzels by Princess Pinky Girl (Recipe here)

For another take on spooky eyeballs that are a treat to eat, check out this recipe that's both sweet and salty.

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Halloween Witch Hat Cookies by Princess Pinky Girl (Recipe here)

These no-bake delights are ready in 15 minutes and perfect for your kids' classroom parties.

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Ghost Meringues by Smart School House (Recipe here)

Impress your Halloween party guests with this crop of ghosts. You'll find that they'll mysteriously disappear as soon as you set them on the table.

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Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats by Big Bear’s Wife (Recipe here)

No child will be terrified of this monster when they see how silly—and yummy—he really is. Plus, who doesn't love weirdly-colored food and chocolate?

Gingerdead Men by Kailleys Kitchen (Recipe here)

Here's another excuse to pull out your favorite cookie cutters! These creepy little dudes are easy enough to make (and good enough to eat).

Mr. Spooky Chocolate Spider Ring Pops by Handmade Charlotte (Recipe here)

Your kids can keep these little critters with them while they trick-or-treat, assuming they don't get eaten first.

Halloween Candy Bark by i heart eating (Recipe here)

Eat all the sugar you can handle—it's what Halloween's all about! This recipe incorporates pretzels, chocolate chips, Snickers and more...everything sweet you could ever dream of all mixed into one delicious chocolatey slab.

White Chocolate-Dipped Oreo Mummy Pops by Like Mother, Like Daughter (Recipe here)

Yum! We love any excuse to eat Oreos. This cool blogger wrapped hers up in white chocolate like little mummies, perfect for grab 'n go fun with little ones.

Peppermint Toads by Bake, Love, Give (Recipe here)

Nothing says "Eek!" like a pocketful of peppermint-flavored chocolate toads. An ode to Harry Potter's Chocolate Frogs, this delicious recipe pleases partygoers big and small. 


Autumn Mix Candy Bites by Bake, Love, Give (Recipe here)

Celebrate your favorite fall colors with candy corn, mini pumpkins and orange sprinkles. They're easy to make, and the kids won't be able to keep away.

Oatmeal Reese's Pieces Cookies by Bake, Love, Give (Recipe here)

A unique twist on your favorite oatmeal cookie incorporates delicious peanut butter-ey flavor...and it's to die for.

Pumpkin Spice Pull-Apart Bread by Bake, Love, Give (Recipe here)

Getting your pumpkin fix is easy this year! Just make this delicious, buttery pumpkin pull-apart bread (and don't forget to share).

Spooky Spider Chocolate Spritz Cookies by Bake, Love, Give (Recipe here)

You won't need to run away from these creepy crawlies. In fact, you'll want to stay right by them. They're delicious, cute and easy to pack for classroom parties at your kid's school.

White Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Spice Oreos by Bake, Love, Give (Recipe here)

Pack your favorite pumpkin spice latte into cookie form—just dip and dress your go-to Oreo with these easy directions.

Apple Peanut Butter Teeth by Mom Foodie at (Recipe here)

It's awesome, it's delicious and (shh) it's actually pretty healthy. These sweet chompers are a go-to snack for the Halloween season.

Walking Dead Cupcakes by Kailleys Kitchen (Recipe here)

So the little ones may not be watching The Walking Dead quite yet, but it doesn't mean they won't appreciate these totally gross (and amazingly delicious) cupcakes. It's a win all around.

Chocolate Monster Pops by Handmade Charlotte (Recipe here)

Made from simple ingredients like a Hershey bar and shredded coconut, these little pops are fairly easy to make (and look totally amazing).

Mini Chocolate Bat Delight and Chocolate Caramel-Covered Banana Goblins by Handmade Charlotte (Recipe here and here)

Face it: You love mini eyeballs. Give yourself an excuse to use some on these creative bat and banana treats!