11 Spooky and Spectacular Halloween Treats
It's all treats and no tricks with these DIY recipes
Halloween is nearly here and that means it's time to make a few goulish goodies.
Our editors have dug up everything from ghostly peeps to broken glass cupcakes, vegan rolos and low-carb and gluten-free candy corn cookies. They're all spooky and spectacular, not to mention delicious.
Try these delectable spice cupcakes with pumpkin cream cheese frosting and you'll never buy another cupcake again.
The recipe for the “broken glass” in these cookies is essentially clear caramel. The effect is eerily spooky and the taste, delicious.
These adorable bats are a breeze to make, with Mrs. Freshley's peanut butter swiss rolls as the base. Add wings made from piped melted chocolate, add a stick, and you're done.
Candy corn is one of the worst sins in the candy world, full of corn syrup and artificial colors. So you'll love this low-carb and gluten-free take on candy corn, in the form of delicious and healthy cookies with all-natural food coloring.
This version of brownie s'mores features ghostly peeps as the marshmallow layer.
We know, mummies are supposed to be scary, but these cookies are beyond adorable. And they're gluten-free and vegan.
These cupcakes are a snap to make. Use your favorite cupcake recipe, then frost, and put on swirls of chocolate frosting that you then drag out with a toothpick to form the web design.
Dip apples in white chocolate, add red sugar syrup, and wa-la. You have bloody candy apples. Brilliant.
These cookies are the perfect party favor. And the best part is that you can make them as easy or as hard as you want, choosing pre-made refrigerated dough or making your own from scratch.
A childhood favorite goes vegan and gluten-free with this homemade rolo recipe. It features dates, peanut butter, dark chocolate chips and coconut oil with optional chia seeds.
Your guests will feel as giddy as a three-year-old when they spot these chocolate-covered caramel popcorn balls complete with candied sprinkles.