Halloween just wouldn’t be complete without some adorable Halloween desserts. Save these for a special Halloween party for kids or make them as a special treat for your own little goblins. I know there is already a lot of sugar associated with Halloween but it’s tough to resist Halloween desserts as adorable as these!
This is a fun collection from other talented bloggers. To view the full details on each, simply click the title of the dessert and it will open in a new window for you.
Be sure to pop over to our Halloween Fun page for even more creative ideas!
Can you believe that I’ve never had a Twinkie? I think that needs to change soon! These Frankenstein Twinkies Pops (pictured above) by This Silly Girl’s Life could not be anymore adorable!
I can promise you that I don’t have a habit of eating spiders but these Easy Mini Donut Spiders by It’s Always Autumn sure do look delicious!
Peanut butter, cookie dough, brownies and…spiders? Yes, these Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Brownies by Cookies and Cups look delicious!
I still have not tried chocolate-coated Oreos. For someone that loves sugar as much as I do, this is shocking! These Oreo Mummy Pops by Smell Good Kitchen would be so much fun to make and eat.
I am terrified of things that fly – birds, grasshoppers flying through the air, bats…the list goes on. It’s some weird fear of mine that they’ll fly into my hair and get tangled in it. Yes, very weird…I know. What doesn’t scare me are these fun Not-So-Spooky Oreo Bats by Our Best Bites.
I love these Halloween Spider and Web Pretzels by Shugary Sweets. These bite-sized treats look highly addictive and they are so unique!
These Peanut Butter Eyeball Truffles by Confessions of a Cookbook Queen look spooktacular!
These Dracula’s Dentures for Halloween by The Girl Who Ate Everything are so fun! Both the adults and the kids would get a chuckle out of these.
These Floating Ghost Cupcakes by Hoosier Homemade are so clever! You have to see the special trick she has for making these ghosts float above the cupcakes.
I’m addicted to my grandma’s popcorn cake so I’m sure I’d love these Pumpkin Popcorn Balls by What’s Cooking, Love.
I’m not a fan of candy corn but my dad loves it. What I would be able to gobble up are these fun Candy Corn Rice Krispie Cupcakes by Life in the Lofthouse.
Another candy corn dessert that looks irresistible – Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats by Yummy Healthy Easy.
Don’t forget to visit our Halloween Fun page for even more creative ideas!