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Make Some Spooky Baked Goods for Halloween
Could you use some ideas for decorating your Halloween cookies, cupcakes, and cake pops? Do you like to make the treats that you give on Halloween Eve?
If you'd rather bake and decorate cookies, cupcakes, or cake pops than make other types of Halloween treats, this article will provide pictures of baked and beautifully decorated Halloween treats, along with links to the instructions. Just bag one of these baked treats in clear cellophane tied with a length of fall-colored curly ribbon, and you'll have a treat that you'll love to give. For a party, arrange a group or plate of your decorated masterpieces and display them as a centerpiece.
How to Decorate Your Halloween Treats
- Zombie Marshmallow Pops
- Meringue Ghost Cupcakes
- Candy Apples
- Spider Pops or Cupcake Toppers
- Owl Cookies
- Rice Krispie Ghosts
- Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies
- Spider Cupcakes
- Pumpkin Pie Pops
- Harvest Crow-eos
- Dead Fingers
- Halloween Cake Pops
- Cookie Monsters
- Peanut Butter Spider Cookies
- Meringue Ghosts
- Nutter Butter Ghosts
- Vampire Denture Cookies
1. Zombie Marshmallow Pops
This is a very cute and extremely easy treat to make. To find out how to make them, go to the decorated cookie.
2. Meringue Ghost Cupcakes
I think these are my favorite decorated cupcakes. They are so cute and so very simple to make. Go to JENNY STEFFENS HOBICK for the recipe and instructions.
3. Candy Apples
Okay, so these aren't cookies, cupcakes, or cake pops, but I had to add them because I think they're the perfect Halloween treat. And they look sooo beautiful. Find the recipe at my recipes.
4. Spider Pops or Cupcake Toppers
The little ghosts and goblins will have no problem eating these spiders. For the instructions for making these cute spider pops, go to the decorated cookie.
5. Owl Cookies
You'll get a great sugar cookie recipe and a royal icing recipe here. For the recipes and instructions, go to sweetopia.
6. Rice Krispie Ghosts
Most of the kids I know love Rice Krispie bars, and they are very easy to make, so this is a great treat to make for Halloween. Go to THE idea ROOM for the instructions.
7. Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies
This is another easy-to-do Halloween treat with eye-catching (and tasty) results. You'll find the recipes needed for this cookie at The Gardening Cook.
8. Spider Cupcakes
To make these cupcakes extra scary, the spiders on the webs are black widows. Go to the 6 Bittersweets website for the recipes and instructions needed for these cupcakes.
9. Pumpkin Pie Pops
This is such a cute idea. I think it would be great for a Halloween dinner dessert. Find the recipe at the domestic rebel.
10. Harvest Crow-eos
Make these crows and scarecrow using Oreo cookies—what could be easier? You'll find the instructions at Party Pinching. I love these. You have to scan down on the page to find these cookies, but you'll see other great ideas along the way.
11. Dead Fingers
To me, these are scarier than the spiders. Find out how to make them at the CakeJournal site.
12. Halloween Cake Pops
Find out how easy it is to make cake pops by reading the recipe and instructions at BEE IN OUR BONNET.
13. Cookie Monsters
These are really cute, and the kids will love helping to make them. Find the recipe and instructions at the decorated cookie.
14. Peanut Butter Spider Cookies
I never thought I'd say this, but those spiders look good enough to eat. Only peanut butter spiders are good to eat, though.
15. Meringue Ghosts
These are just too cute to eat! That's what you'll hear when your visitors see these cute little ghosts. Find the instructions at my recipes.
16. Nutter Butter Ghosts
17. Vampire Denture Cookies
These are quick and easy to make, using store-bought cookies, jam, and marshmallows. Find the recipe at Nerdy Mamma. The kids will love helping to make these.
© 2012 Loraine Brummer
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floppypoppygift1 on September 17, 2012:
Your suggestions look easy & adorable! Great lens! Cheers~cb