Salty and sweet were meant to be together and these Mummy Treats from Simply Being Mommy are no exception. Quick to make, adorable to look at, delicious to eat!
These Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups from Arts & Crackers are another quick and simple yet totally adorable treat. They are sure to be a hit with your kids!
Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats are a classic. Who could resist these sweet little gourds? Cincy Shopper has outdone herself with these!
I simply adore Muddy Buddies Mix and will find any excuse to eat them. What better way than by adding some candy corn?
This Halloween Candy Bark from Upstate Ramblings is a guaranteed hit. I’m drooling just looking at this picture!
Raking in the Savings has added a sweet little Halloween twist to these Popcorn Balls.
It’s too early for Christmas cookies but it’s definitely the perfect time for these Gingerbread Vampires from The Kitchen is My Playground!
How awesome are these Rolo Eye Cookies from Simply Being Mommy?
Sometimes it can be hard to find a treat for everyone on your list but these Gluten Free Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies from One Creative Mommy are sure to fit the bill.
Melanie Makes has come up with a fantastic recipe for these Mini Monster Chocolate Whoopie Pies.
These Jack Skellington Cookies from Hezzi-D’s Books & Cooks are a must-have for your Halloween party!
These Spider Cookies put a little Halloween spin onto a classically delicious cookie.
Halloween wouldn’t be complete without Sugar Cookie Friendly Frankenstein from Raking in the Savings.
CAKES, CUPCAKES, AND PIES
Hezzi-D’s Monster Bundt Cake puts a wonderful spin on a classic using funfetti cake mix and festive colours.
The TipToe Fairy’s Shards of Glass Cupcakes aren’t for the faint of heart!
These Spider Web Pumpkin Cupcakes from Cake Whiz are much easier to make than you might think! And delicious too.
Mummy Cake Pops from Thrifty DIY Diva are a fun and delicious treat for your Halloween guests this year.
These Mini Halloween Pumpkin Pies from Inspiration for Moms are actually filled with apples!
Andrea can always be found with a new craft in front of her, a form of technology on her right and a coffee on her left. This is how she survives suburbia with her two crazy toddlers in tow.