Halloween Treats for All

Halloween is only a few weeks away,  it’s time for parties and gatherings with friends and family.  This season the options are endless for goolish, tasty treats that the kiddos are sure to enjoy, and a few for mom, too!  Here are a few of  my favorites picks, sure to be tasty and not too difficult to prepare.  The pictures have clickable links to the source for recipes and step-by-step instructions.

via  www.southernliving.com  Try using pumpkins to add interesting height to your buffet this Halloween.

via www.dixiecrystals.com  This yummy treat has only six ingredients, Chocolate Pumpkin Truffles.

via www.erinsfoodfiles.com  Pumpkin Cream Cheese Truffles, another pumpkin truffle option, they look delish!

via www.marthastewart.com  Marshmallow skulls top madeleines shrouded in bittersweet chocolate.

via www.notquitenigella.com  How about brains, grotesque with a blood clot hidden inside the cupcake?

via  www.cupcakestakethecake.blogspot.com  Love this simple vampire bite cupcake, it is vanilla cake with bloody jam centre and bloodied fang marks.

via  www.karaspartyideas.com  This is a cute idea for a fall party, using mini Oreos and Reese’s pieces.

via www.tasteofhome.com  Adorable ghosts, a simple way to decorate your juicy strawberries.

via www.annies-eats.com  If you need a chocolate fix, this colorful Halloween bark is a good balance of sweet and salty.

 

bandaids via  www.katherinemariephotography.com   This is an easy idea for the kids to help prepare.

via www.craftberrybush.com  This is definitely the cutest idea for older kids and adults, how can you resist a candy apple bar? Bite size is perfect and you can try them all. Check out Lucy’s blog for recipes and more cute ideas.

via www.pinterest.com/pin/68724549731  Beautiful presentation of a candied apple bar.

via  www.mylitter.com Here is another great option for candied apples, great for little hands.  Be sure to read the helpful tips, under the recipe on www.mylitter.com.

via www.life-in-the-lofthouse.com  If you are not into candied apples, how about a little caramel apple dip?  This recipe also looks delicious.

via  www.shewearsmanyhats.com  Here’s a simple recipe for your pumpkin seeds after carving your jack-o-lantern ,  this one has only five ingredients.

via  www.dearcrissy.com This is another simple recipe, only six ingredients, most are already in your pantry.  This with your morning coffee, yes, please!

via www.marthastewart.com  I had to add this jack-o-lattern pick, made me smile.

Hope you enjoyed this post and are hungry now!  Dont’t forget to subscribe and share with your friends.  Have wonderful day!

Jessica

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