36 Creepy Halloween Desserts You’ll Love

Thinking about what to serve as desserts this Halloween? Have fun with these extra creepy, fear-inducing Halloween dessert recipes. Enjoy!


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1. No-Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffles

This year I’m bringing these pumpkin cheesecake truffles! They’re no bake, super easy, and totally delicious. You can serve them up all season long but for the Halloween party I’m doing them mummy-style. Festive, fun, and CUTE!

From: CremeDeLaCrumb

2. Silly Apple Bites

They’re silly. They’re easy to make. And best of all, they’re allergen-free. No nuts, no gluten, no soy…nada. Just green apples, sunflower butter, sunflower seeds, a strawberry tongue, and a batch of homemade googly eyes. The great part about making these eyes is that you will have a ton leftover and with Halloween approaching shortly, these babies preserve rather well and get you through the holiday season better than you ever imagined!

From: ForkAndBeans

3. Melted Witch Fruit Dip

This Melted Witch Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Fruit Dip is the perfect dip to have at your Halloween Party! It’s super easy and quick to make, and it tastes PHENOMENAL, and everyone will get a kick out of it!

From: IWashYouDry

4. Easy Candy Corn Cookies

Get your groove on this Halloween with this easy-to-prepare candy corn cookies!

From: GoodHousekeeping

5. Banana Mummies

These adorably spooky banana mummies will be the hit of any Halloween party treat table!

From: Woman’sDay

6. Witches Brew Cupcakes

Easy Halloween cupcakes decorated to look like a bubbling cauldron of witches’ brew are an adorable trick-or-treat for your little goblins. Double, double toil and trouble, devil’s food chocolate cupcakes with frosting and bubbles make these Witches’ Brew Halloween Cupcakes as much fun to make as they are to eat.

From: CupcakesAndKaleChips

7. Spooky Halloween Eyeballs

I absolutely love Halloween, especially the fun and creative treats that seem to pop up.  It’s always fun coming up with new ideas and seeing what others make, too. I first saw these Oreo cookie eyeballs at a Halloween party I was at last year.  I’m not sure who brought them, but the idea was pretty ingenious!  You only need a few simple things and about 10 minutes to whip up a whole bunch.

From: ItIsAKeeper

8. Coffin Surprise Cookies

A few years ago I made Trick Or Treat Cookies for Halloween and back then I noted that I’d love to do an all-coffin version. And look! It only took me three years!

From: NotMartha

9. Gluten-Free Halloween Monster Cookies

Perfect fun Gluten-free Halloween cookies to make with your kids. They’re made with almond butter, natural sweetener and dark chocolate chips.

From: PrimaveraKitchen

10. Spooky Chocolate Cookie Cups

These Brownie Brittle and Peanut Butter Cookie Cups are filled with cream cheese frosting for a Halloween treat that is quick, easy and great for kids!

From: FoodFaithFitness

11. Halloween Oreo Pops

Simple Oreo Pops decorated for Halloween — Bat Oreo Pops, Pumpkin Oreo Pops, Mummy Oreo Pops, and Eyeball Oreo Pops.

From: Chelsea’sMessyApron

12. Monster Brownie Pizza

Add this to your Holiday Baking list, this Monster Brownie Pizza Recipe is SURE to be a HIT! I LOVE making halloween treats and snacks for my kids! We don’t do a lot of halloween decorations, because frankly, I enjoy decorating for Fall… BUT.. we do consume enough spooky and scary halloween treats that the kids get to enjoy the holiday to the fullest!

From: PassionForSavings

13. Brownie Spiders

Halloween is just around the corner!  And while I’m not big into the “gore” side of the holiday, I am all for some cute little spooky treats!  And when I happened to see this adorable little spider cake pedestal at Target last week, I, of course, had to find a use for it.

From: GimmeSomeOven

14. Monster Eye Cookies

These homemade chocolate Monster Eye Cookies are actually Halloween Thumbprint Cookies with candy eye decorations! Bring a batch or two to your next Halloween party— they’re festive, fun and totally delicious!

From: MommyMusings

16. Monster Smores

Have you checked out the new book, Candy Aisle Crafts by former editor of Martha Stewart Living, Jodi Levine? I’m just drooling over all the amazing food craft projects. I don’t remember the last time a book has been more inspiring to me. Jodi graciously offered to share one of my favorite projects from the book here today, these monster s’mores! Aren’t they amazing? Keep reading to see how to make them with your kids (or for yourself!)

From: SayYes

17. Easy Halloween Mummy Pops

Halloween is a few hours away, and I couldn’t be more excited. So excited in fact that I decided to start preparing last week with an ALL CARB DIET. I know what you are thinking…doesn’t she mean a low carb diet? Or maybe a no carb diet? But, no. I meant what I said – all carbs, all the time.

From: SprinklesForBreakfast

18. Mini Monster Cakes

Mini monster cakes are on the menu today. That’s right, these are little bitty cupcake layer cakes all dressed up and ready for Halloween.

From: Bakerella

19. Edible Jack-O-Lantern

No tricks! This carved pumpkin Rice Krispies treat is SO easy to make – all you need is cereal, marshmallows, and the self-control to not eat it all up. Fill it with miniature candies and show it off at your Halloween party. Your costumed friends will be so impressed!

From: GoodHousekeeping

20. Frankenstein Cupcakes

Adorable Frankenstein Cupcakes with M&M eyes and sprinkle hair! Perfect for Halloween. It’s not only cute, but it’s totally edible!

From: YourCupOfCake

21. Voodoo Cookies

These voodoo cookies reminded me of the fun times  I had during my childhood when we used voodoo dolls to gain affection with someone you liked or exact revenge on someone you didn’t and are for my upcoming Halloween party. Suitably slightly creepy, they’re made using a gingerbread man mold and you can decorate them with hearts, broken hearts, bandages or whatever takes your fancy.

From: NotQuiteNigella

22. Pretzel Spider Web

Trick or treat! Halloween season is finally here, which means you have an excuse to make adorable treats like these Pretzel Spider Webs! The pretzel-chocolate combination is a favorite among many kids, so we’re confident these are going to become a Halloween tradition in your house. Plus, two webs will only put you out 71 calories! Don’t forget to pick up some spider rings to surprise the kiddies!

From: PopCulture

23. Coffin-Shaped Homemade Pop Tarts

These coffin-shaped homemade pop tarts aren’t just easy and tasty, they’re adorable! A fun Halloween recipe for kids, too!

From: MyCrazyGoodLife

24. Mummy Pumpkin Cookies

If you want a beautiful treat in the shape of creepy mummies for the upcoming Halloween, then these Mummy Pumpkin Cookies will be as much about fun as about taste. For the friends or relatives who don’t like pumpkin you could make an equally delicious magic cake or a chocolate peanut butter cheesecake, they will love you for it!

From: OmgChocolateDesserts

25. Dracula’s Dentures

This Dracula Dentures recipe is made from chocolate chip cookies, marshmallows, almond slices, and a little red frosting. This Halloween recipe that’s not only fun to look at but good to eat!

From: TheGirlWhoAteEverything

26. Vegan and Gluten-Free Bloody Cups

These Bloody Cups are filled with a raspberry sauce – making it the perfect treat for Halloween! They are vegan, gluten-free and only need 3 ingredients!

From: ElephantasticVegan

27. Halloween Ghost Fruit Kabobs

Since the kids usually get there fill with sweet treats on Halloween, I’ve been focused on creating some fun healthy Halloween snacks this year for our Halloween celebrations.  I’ve added a spooky twist to these Halloween ghost fruit kabobs with some ghostly marshmallows.  I used melon and strawberries for fruit since they are my kids’ favourites, but this Halloween snack would work great with any fruit.  Serve at a Halloween party or send in as a fun snack for your kids to share at school.

From: Katarina’sPaperie

28. Red Velvet Hot Chocolate and Almond Witch Finger

Happy Halloween! It’s been a month absolutely full of spooky sweets and ghoulish goodies. So what could possibly be left to make at this late date? Four words for you: Red Velvet Hot Chocolate. Four more words for you: make it right now!

From: SugarHero

29. Halloween Nakd Chocolate Mousse

One of the recipe videos is for my Nakd Chocolate Mousse Pots and whilst making them again, an idea struck me to turn them into a Halloween dessert. Simply by adding tombstone-shaped cookies, these mousse pots are turned into graveyard plots! Pretty morbid, I know. But delicious and a perfect treat for Halloween!

From: WallflowerKitchen

30. Full Moon Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups

Full Moon Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups are a festive Halloween or Thanksgiving treat!

From: SprinkleSomeFun

31. Poison Toffee Apples

These Black Poison Toffee/Candy Apples are the ultimate wickedly sinister Halloween treat and will make an excellent centerpiece. Making them is equally fun. Even more fun when they candy coating is a glossy, sinister black. They look like something Maleficent would serve. Just perfect for Halloween!

From: SimplyDeliciousFood

32. Ooey Gooey Monster Eye Cookies

I have some great Halloween cookies to share with you. They are a Halloween version of the Ooey Gooey Butter Cookies. They are seriously so good and festive. These Gooey Butter cookies are always a hit and these ones definitely will be too at your next Halloween party!

From: LilLuna

33. Bloody Eyeball Dessert

One creepy-cool recipe for a bloody eyeball dessert, AKA Vegan Panna Cotta. It’s amazing, easy and the result is creeptacular fun. It’s super easy to make and kids are just going to flip when they see it (or when it sees them)!

From: NerdyMamma

34. Frightening Strawberry Cupcakes

These strawberries have come alive!  Moist strawberry cupcakes with vanilla buttercream and crushed Oreo cookies with a frightening strawberry monster.  These Monster Strawberry Cupcakes will make a killer impression at your next Halloween party!

From: YummyCrumble

35. Halloween Cream Cheese Swirl Brownies

Halloween Swirl Cream Cheese Brownies have a layer of rich, dark chocolate brownie topped with a layer of orange cheesecake then swirled together for a spooky treat.  These are sure to be a perfect dessert treat for everyone at your Halloween party!

From: PersnicketyPlates

36. Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Monsters

Make cute and quirky Chocolate Caramel Pretzel Monsters for Halloween. They are quick and easy to create using a variety of candies and are perfect treats for this fun holiday. If you need a simple treat to make for Halloween, you’ve got to try these pretzel monsters. They are lumpy and bumpy and furry and fun. Plus they taste great!

From: HungryHappenings

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