Tuesday, October 18, 2022 / by Brian Armstrong
Halloween is almost here, but you are missing one thing...treats! Whether you are just hanging around the house or need some goodies to bring to a Halloween party, these snacks are sure to make you the life (or walking dead) of the party! Enjoy these simple DIY recipes this October season!
1) Haunted Rice Crispy
Rice Crispy treats are the perfect simple snack that is sure to impress! The real fun in this project is shaping and decorating your rice crispy bars! Combine your cereal and marshmallow and form them into different Halloween shapes, like mummies or bats, and don't forget to add your favorite candy to spice things up!
Halloween Crispy Rice Treats Recipe | Food Network Kitchen | Food Network
2) Possesed Pretzle Treats
Pretzels and chocolate have been best friends for a very long time! Pretzel treats are easy to make and do not require any baking, making them a perfect recipe for you to make in a pinch! Grab some pretzel rods, and some white or dark chocolate, and start building some festive treats!
Pretzel Spider Webs Recipe | Ree Drummond | Food Network
Nothing screams Halloween like some edible brains! This DIY cake pop recipe takes a little longer than the previous ones but is well worth the wait. Red Velvet cake is so delicious and gives you that perfect brain color to complete these spooky snacks!
Cake Pop Brains Recipe | Food Network Kitchen | Food Network
Gingerbread men are only for the winter holidays, right? Wrong! These fun treats require you to break out your cutter and make some shapes to build the base for your cookies. While they may resemble a gingerbread man cookie, these combine chocolate and cinnamon for a yummy feast!
Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies Recipe | Food Network Kitchen | Food Network
If you are a sucker for raspberry cheesecake, you will absolutely love these cheesecake bars! The raspberry puree topping makes the perfect bloody effect, and to top it all off, add a piece of "broken glass" caramel to really seal the deal!
Bloody Cheesecake Bars with Broken Glass Caramel Recipe | Trisha Yearwood | Food Network