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12 Easy Halloween Treats That Will Save you From Trickery

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12 Easy Halloween Treats That Will Save you From Trickery

Don’t let Halloween get your head in a spin, we have just the selection of easy Halloween treats to make your home the favourite haunted house in your neighbourhood.

Having a selection of impressive looking bite size treats ready to hand out will be enough to placate any of the freakish of guests you have knocking on your door this Halloween.

Which goul or witch wouldn’t be delighted when handed a wobbly jelly eyeball, a neat pumpkin cookie or licorice sticks to add to their candy stash?

With this selection of easy Halloween treats from jelly eyeballs, to a selection of pumpkin cookie recipes and mini caramel apples there will be little reason to trick you this Halloween.

Take a look at the recipes below and even try cooking up a selection which will make for impressive eye candy presented in a basket or tray to present to your fiendish friends to choose their treat. 

Happy Halloween!


Home made red licorice sticks are the perfect treat to hand out to revellers knocking on your door this Halloween.

Pumpkin Cookies

We have five Halloween pumpkin cookie recipes to tempt your ghoulish guests. from shimmery autumnal pumkins to no bake pumpkin patties and the more fearsome Jack Skellington cookies or just simple home made pumpkin spiced cookies with brown butter icing. 

Mini Caramel Apples

These mini caramel apples are bite size and perfect for handing out on their sticks. They'll definitely be a one of a kind treat on Halloween.

Jello Eyeballs

These three ingredient jello eyeballs from the Jello Shot Test Kitchen will have you seeing double on Halloween. They're non alcoholic too and presented in paper cases they are perfect for placing into trick or treaters open hands.

Halloween Cup Cakes

Let Brooke from the DIY blog Talking Trash and Wasting Time show you how to make these scary cupcakes which look like a vampire might be after you to get at them first.


These simple marshmallow skewers are a great recipe to get the kids involved in the kitchen. They're as simple as threading marshamallows onto a skewer, grilling, then pressing on some dark chocolate strips and colouring with edible food dust.

DIY Halloween Treats


Learn how to make frozen banana ghosts out of bananas and citrus jack-o-lanterns in this simple video tutorial and your guests will be rattling your bins for more.

If you're looking for some Halloween party food ideas we have just the original selection to scare and impress your guests.

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