The best, easiest Halloween treat and baking ideas! Kids will love making these this Halloween, and you’ll love eating them!
Happy (almost) Halloween! 🎃
I *think* that Halloween is my favourite holiday… what about you? It’s a close run thing with Christmas (which also has AWESOME food of course) but I love the fun, quirky-ness of Halloween. It’s a lower pressure, cooler holiday for sure!
So I thought I’d bring together some of my favourite, easiest Halloween treat ideas! I hope these inspire you to get into the kitchen this Halloween!
Ghost Rice Krispie Pops
Can you say hauntingly adorable? Make these little no-bake treats spooky or cute. Kids will love helping to make these! Get the recipe.
Ghostly Eton Mess
Another really fun Halloween treat for kids, and you could make it pretty healthy too – just use yoghurt and berries. Get the recipe.
Halloween Teacake Ghosts
These are SO impressive for the effort involved! Get the recipe.
Orange Chocolate Halloween Bark
Love! So effective and easy to make – plus this uses only ingredients from your local supermarket! Plain chocolate, sugarcraft orange flavoured buttons, then sprinkles and M&Ms – just use the Halloween coloured ones (you’ll have to eat the rest)! Get the recipe.
Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats
Their little faces! Get the recipe.
I love this. And it’s effectively no bake, since you’re buying a rectangular cake and just decorating the top! Use orange and brown smarties or m&ms. Get the recipe.
And two healthy options…
Decorating these is a super fun activity with kids! They can form part of a Halloween display and encourage them to eat healthy snacks too. Get the… recipe. (kinda!)
Frozen Boo-Nana Pops
I’m not even sure I could eat these, they’re that cute. Get the recipe.
Halloween Rainbow Cake
This is a half Rainbow Cake recipe, using purple, green and orange gel colours to give a vibrant Halloween themed cake! Get the recipe.
Spider Web Cupcakes
I love everything about these. That chocolate on top looks SO good and Nadia talks you through how to get the effect – it’s so simple! Get the recipe.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cake
This is simply genius! The spider is made with matchmakers for legs, a tunnocks teacake for a body and a malteser for a head! Plus that cake sounds delicious. Get the recipe.
Halloween Chocolate Cookies
I love the colours of these. We don’t really get peanut butter chips in the UK (and they tend to be full of nasty stuff anyway like trans fats) so use orange smarties instead. Get the recipe.
Chocolate Cobweb Cake
You just can’t beat a chocolate cake! This looks brilliant and is easy too. Get the recipe.
Brownie Layer Cupcakes
So showstopping, these would be perfect for a Halloween party and they aren’t as much work as they look either. Get the recipe.
Liv’s blog is just incredible, and this cake is stunning. Get the recipe.
Halloween obsessed? Pin these ideas for later!