Skip to main content

10 Halloween Marshmallow Treats That Are Scary Delicious

Whether you're hosting a haunted house, or taking Halloween marshmallow treats for kids to a party, we've gathered enough recipes to make sure you'll be able to celebrate in spooky style all month long.

Recipes for Halloween Marshmallow Treats

Some are scary and some are just plain cute, but these Halloween treats are all packed with marshmallow yum.

1. Bloody Skeleton S'mores

Who says s'mores are just for campfires?! Coffin-shaped graham crackers, strategically placed mini-marshmallows, and some candy skull heads turn this summer treat into deliciously spooky Halloween treats for kids.

Bloody Skeleton S'more

Photo by Stasty Cook

2. S'more Eyeballs

Here's another way to spookify your s'mores. While you may want to serve these hot from the oven, recipe reviewer, Sheila LaLonde, says that "even after sitting and cooling they were still delicious and addictive."

S'more Eyeballs

Photo by Stasty Cook

3. Crispy Rice Candy Corn Treats

Give classic marshmallow treats the Halloween treatment by adding candy corn and chocolate chips—or try out other home cooks' recipe tweaks: melt the chocolate chips into the marshmallow-butter mixture, drizzle melted chocolate on top, or use M&Ms!

Crispy Rice Candy Corn Treat

Photo by Jaana Smith Bauman

4. Spider Web S'mores

More s'mores! This time in the form of delicious webs. Recipe submitter, Jill, says "If you don't want to take the time to melt the chocolate, they sell chocolate icing in piping bags already for cakes and cookies. You can buy those for easy use, especially if this is for kids."

Spider Web S'mores

Photo by magicallydelicious

5. Halloween Popcorn Pumpkins

If you're looking for not-so-spooky—yet festive—Halloween snacks for kids, these adorable pumpkin popcorn balls are perfect. Both kids and adults will love them, and you'll especially love that they only take 20 minutes to prepare.

Halloween Popcorn Pumpkins

Photo by The Messy Cook

6. Apple Smiles

Recipe submitter, Momi, says these Halloween bites (literally) are a delicious "goofy snack for you or your little ones. Many of the ingredients can be substituted for allergies or preference."

Apple Smiles

Photo by Lela

7. Pumpkin Marshmallows

The taste of pumpkin pie in marshmallow form? Let us at 'em! These Halloween marshmallow treats take a full 24 hours to prepare, so be sure to leave yourself time—the recipe reviews indicate that they are worth the wait!

Pumpkin Marshmallows

Photo by MrsFisher0729

8. Peanutty Candy Corn Cereal Bars

Magicallydelicious says, "These are really easy to make, very festive, and a nice balance of salty and sweet." Plus, this Halloween snack recipe turns out 12 servings, making them perfect for a party.

Peanutty Candy Corn Cereal Bars

Photo by magicallydelicious

9. A Spiritful Hot Chocolate

Brandy + hot chocolate mix + a marshmallow ghost = a spooky sipper for adults that still satisfies the kid in all of us. "It's a great way to warm up after a night of trick or treating!" says recipe submitter, SHORECOOK.

A Spiritful Hot Chocolate

Photo by SHORECOOK

10. Rocky Road Popcorn Balls

Mini marshmallows, dry-roasted peanuts, and mini chocolate chips are rolled into ooey-gooey popcorn balls, perfect for a Halloween party treat. This easy recipe comes together in 25 minutes and makes enough for 25 people.

Rocky Road Popcorn Balls

Photo by Allrecipes

Want more Halloween snacks for kids of all ages? Check out our collection of Halloween Treat Recipes.


More Marshmallow & Halloween Ideas

About Mackenzie Schieck

Writer and photographer obsessed with lattes, Mexican food, and stuff that’s funny.