Our Top 10 Spooky Halloween Recipes

    Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

    This Halloween, be all creative and show your talent by making spooky savory appetizers and creepy-crawly desserts. My sweet little princess just loves making baked goods for Halloween night, so I have decided to share my top 10 Halloween recipes with you guys too. Let’s get started then!

    1. Halloween Slash Cake

    Red from the inside, this cake looks like Freddy Krueger has scratched it with his hand. The secrets behind this blood topping and filling are fondant icing, strawberry jam, and red food coloring. Read the full recipe here.

    2. Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

    Does this recipe’s name sound familiar to you? Yes, right – I am talking about Frankenstein. If you love the character, you will love this Frankenshake too. One is mint-flavored, and the other one is vanilla. Want to read the full recipe? Click here!

    3. Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

    Although scary, these cute little chocolate-cinnamon skeleton cookies will surely melt your heart. Not only do they look good, but they taste amazing as well. Want to try them? Read the full recipe here.

    4. Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

    These sweet and fruity candy-coated pears will make your kids want more of them. Just remove the stems of pears, put a wooden pop stick about halfway into each, and dip them in white melted candy. Wait for 1 hour, and voila! To read the full recipe, click here.

    5. Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

    Imagine eating a brain – it sure doesn’t sound good, but this brain is what everyone would LOVE to eat! Made of rice cereal, this ghoulishly delicious treat with silky chocolate mousse will surely make you feel so good! Check out the full recipe here.

    6. Meringue Bones for Halloween

    We have talked about eating the brain and skull, so why leave the bones alone? Made with egg whites and cream of tartar, these meringue bones are not only yummy but cutely horrifying too. For the full recipe, click here.

    7. Crispy Treat Witch’s Hat

    You might have always seen this hat on a witch’s head in movies, but this Halloween, why don’t you make it at home? Umm, how about an edible one? Don’t worry; it is easy-peasy! All you need to have are chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring, edible gold dust, and some more ingredients. Want to know the full recipe? Click here.

    8. Eyeball Lava Cake

    Do you have about 45 minutes to make something delicious yet a bit scary, which is perfect for Halloween? Try out this eyeball lava cake. When you slice it, a gush of blood flows out of it (which is actually raspberry jam). For the full recipe, click here.

    9. Easy Mummy Cake Pops

    Halloween is indeed a busy day, and I can understand that things can get tough to manage! This is why I have chosen this easy-to-make dish for you guys. You need to buy a store-bought snack vanilla cake and get it all dressed up for Halloween. And yes, these cake pops are wrapped with bandages (of course edible). Click here for the full recipe.

    10. Pull-Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

    This graveyard-looking cake is made up of individual cupcakes, making it a unique dessert for your guests. Just grab the cupcake you see and eat it (no knives needed). Ready to read the full recipe? Click here.