Easy and fun to make, these Halloween push pops contain moist bites of carrot cake, layered with cream cheese frosting. The biggest problem with these adorable treats is that they’re so cute that people will initially be afraid to take one. Rest assured however, that the hesitation doesn’t last long!
If you’re looking for a spooktacularly delicious and adorable appetizer to make for your Halloween party, you should definitely try this Jack O’Lantern Black Bean Dip. All by itself, the Black Bean Dip incredible, but when paired with a carved yellow bell pepper, it’s a show-stopper!
Wow your friends with this adorable and easy to prepare Halloween treat for kids and adults alike! These little cornucopias can be filled with all sorts of munchies, and can do double duty as Thanksgiving approaches.
Want two Halloween treats that are sure to please young and old, and just take minutes to make? Well look no further. These Witch’s Brooms are either sweet and salty, or just salty – the choice is yours.
How cute is this? With only four ingredients, these adorable Pumpkin Patch Cookie Cups are super simple to make, and taste delicious! I was inspired to make these after I saw them on the Pillsbury site.
Quick and easy to make, these Spooky Spider Pops are perfect for your next Halloween Party! Kids, young and old will love these yummy treats.
For a quick bite during the hectic Halloween season, grab a delicious Jack O’Lantern Ham and Swiss Hand Pie. They are way easier to make than carving a pumpkin, and taste as good as they look!
Monster Munch is perfect if you’re looking for an easy, no cook treat for an afternoon snack, Halloween party, or trick or treat surprise for neighborhood kids young and old. It is sweet and salty, and can be made with any combination of cereals, salty munchies, candies and nuts.