Get recipe: Halloween Monster Cookie Balls
When you're planning your Halloween party menu this year, you'll definitely want to incorporate these eight cute Halloween treats! Halloween is one of our favorite times of year—it's so much fun to serve spooky desserts and food at costume parties. Try out one—or more!—of these frighteningly cute Halloween treats for a party or to take to work or school. Be sure to check out some of our savory Halloween appetizers and other great Halloween recipes!
The cobwebs are hung, the jack-o-lanterns are carved and the kids are in costume. Serve a Green S'Lime JELL-O Swamp Cake to delight all of the little ghouls and goblins are your party. Smother a devil's food cake with a flavor extravaganza to make it look like a creepy swamp full of worms and dirt.
One of our favorite cute Halloween treats is this recipe for Candy Corn Cookies! Complement these fun sugar cookies with a glass of milk or some green Halloween punch. These cookies are definitely the least scary of them all!
You won't have to step into a graveyard to enjoy this batch of spooky-yet-cute Halloween treats. Decorate peanut butter sandwich cookies as tombstones to turn basic brownies into these Graveyard Brownies.
Treat—don't trick—your family to these OREO Pumpkin Cookie Balls. Made with cream cheese and OREO Peanut Butter Creme Cookies and white chocolate, these cookie balls are dipped in white chocolate and rolled in orange colored sugar to create precious little pumpkins.
Get your cookie cutters ready to make these Bats & Cats Chocolate Halloween Cookies. With one taste, you might start thinking of black cats as good luck after all!
Need to whip up something spooky at the last minute? These semi-homemade Easy Ghost Cookies come together in a snap. Simply melt white chocolate to ice the cookies and use decorating gels and candies to create boo-tiful faces!
Black cats, pumpkins, owls, ghosts, ghouls…whatever kinds of scary cookie cutters you've got on hand, use them to create Spooky JELL-O JIGGLERS. The best part? Even the littlest hands can help make them!
The cupcakes have their eyes on you! Even though they're monsters, these One-Eyed Monster Cupcakes are adorably cute Halloween treats. We use green dye for the frosting, but feel free to make your own variation! Purple, blue, red—any color will do!