Mommy's Kitchen - Recipes From my Texas Kitchen: Halloween Recipe Round Up - 20+ SpooktacularTreats

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Halloween Recipe Round Up - 20+ SpooktacularTreats

Today I have a fun and a yummy Halloween Recipe Round up to share with y'all.  Halloween is just around the corner, so it's time to start thinking about all things, spooky, yummy, and fun. I love this time of year and I especially love whipping up easy Halloween treats. If you're looking for a few fun and spooktacular treat ideas, today I'm sharing my favorite Halloween recipes on Mommy's Kitchen. I hope you'll find something you like.

White Chocolate Candy Corn Cake Mix Cookies: A Cake Mix Cookie packed with white chocolate chips, cream cheese and festive candy corn m&ms.


Halloween Dirt Cake:  If you're looking for a fun Halloween themed dessert try this kid and adult friendly Halloween Dirt Cake. This dirt cake is a bit different than a classic dirt cake. It starts with a marble cake bottom, a creamy pudding and cool whip center, and finished off with a crushed Oreo cookie topping, and fun themed edible candies.


Halloween Poke Cake: This is a marble cake infused with orange Jell-o and topped off with a homemade chocolate frosting, and candy corn candies. 

Candy Corn Jell-O Poke Cake: a fun candy corn inspired poke cake infused with the flavors of orange and lemon Jell-O, and topped with a lightly sweetened whipped cream frosting and candy corn. 

Ghost Peep S'mores: A fun Halloween twist on traditional s'mores.  Ghost or pumpkin peeps are used in place of marshmallows to make a fun holiday treat everyone will love. (These are not for trick or treating). 

Halloween Sweet & Salty Snack Mix: A Fun Halloween treat mix with a variety of dry cereal, pretzels, peanuts, cheese crackers, caramel popcorn, yogurt covered raisins and holiday candy. This is perfect for your next Halloween or Fall party. 

Halloween Cookie Bars: Cookie Bars:  made from a biscuit baking mix with butterscotch chips baked inside and topped with candy corn and indian corn.   


Banana Ghosts and Clementine Pumpkins: To help balance out all the Halloween sweets try mixing in a few healthy options. These cute little clementine pumpkins and banana ghosts are the perfect idea.  

Yummy Mummy Dogs:  These little mummy dogs are made with refrigerated bread stick dough and hot dogs. Use mustard or ketchup to resemble spooky eyes. That's it just two ingredients making this recipe a snap to prepare, and it's even more fun to eat! 

Halloween Tea Cakes:  A lightly sweetened tea cake topped off with a colored icing and Halloween or fall sprinkles. 

Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats : Regular Rice Krispie Treats with candy corn candies and festive sprinkles. 

Jack-O-Lantern Sugar Cookies: Using my favorite sugar cookie recipe you can make these cute little jack-o-lantern cookies. Top them off with a simple icing and use candy corn for eyes and licorice strips for the mouth. 

3 Ingredient Double Chocolate Pumpkin Muffins:  This muffin is the perfect little muffin to satisfy your big chocolate craving. These start with a chocolate cake mix, canned pumpkin and chocolate chips. You can use peanut butter chips in place of chocolate. 

Nutter Butter Ghost CookiesThese fun little guys are so easy to throw together. All you need is nutter butter cookies, vanilla almond bark and mini chocolate chips for eyes. 

Halloween Brownie Treat Cupcakes: These cupcakes start with a store bought brownie mix and are topped with a homemade vanilla white chocolate frosting, and a mini candy bar. 

Halloween Dream Cupcakes W/Buttercream Frosting: Halloween Cupcakes with the addition of dream whip and pudding added to a cake mix, yielding in bakery style cupcakes every time. These moist cupcakes are topped off with a homemade buttercream frosting. 

Boo Jell-O Cups: These cute little orange jell- o cups have whipped cream ghosts on top with mini chocolate chip eyes. If you're a big fan of dreamsicles then you're going to love this. They taste almost exact to a dreamsicle. 

Halloween Munch Mix {Vanilla Popcorn}: This is the perfect little treat to add to party bags for the kids at Halloween. The pop corn has a vanilla coating which is so yummy. I make this popcorn mix for just about every holiday, it's so versatile. You can color coordinate any candies that you would like to add to the mix along with the sprinkles. 


Frosted Pumpkin Shaped Sugar Cookies I used my favorite sugar cookie recipe to make these pumpkin shaped sugar cookies for Fall. I love this recipe because the cookies turn out soft on the inside and crispy on the outside. Just like a rolled sugar cookie should be. The colored icing recipe is super easy to make. 

Homemade Caramel Corn: That taste just like Cracker Jack Popcorn. This is perfect to add to party treat bags. 

Cookie Cutter Jack-O-Lantern: Decorate your jack -o-lantern the easy way. Use metal cookie cutters and hammer them into a pumpkin to make a Cookie Cutter Jack O Lantern.  A pretty clever idea if you ask me. This method is perfect for little hands, so let the kiddos help out. 


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2 comments:

Colleen said... #

I really don't get into Halloween but I must say; your treats look wonderful and delicious.

Tina Butler said... #

Thank you so much Colleen. As our kids are getting older it is less about trick or treating now, but we still love making fun and delicious treats.