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9 Monstrously Easy Halloween Treats Even Kids Can Make

You don't have to be a mad scientist to cook up these adorable Halloween treats. They're so easy, the kids can help you make them. Happy Halloween for everyone!

1. Witches' Hats

Lots of reviewers used a dab of melted chocolate instead of honey to "glue" the chocolate kiss to the fudge cookie to make the hat.


Witches' Hats

Photo by sanzoe

2. Acorn Candy Cookies

"I made this for a work Halloween luncheon. Everyone thought they were the cutest little things ever and wanted to know exactly how to make them." — Sherry Zordani Shondy


Acorn Candy Cookies

Photo by Sugarplum

3. Monster Bites

The recipe calls for candy corn teeth, but you can use slivered almonds instead to make this a healthier treat.


Monster Bites

Photo by KGora

4. Halloween Popcorn Pumpkins

Be sure to use plain popcorn for this recipe because you'll be adding butter to the mix. ccleveland says, "Great idea for Halloween -- always looking for something fun to do with the kids. They enjoyed passing them out to their friends -- kids ate them up and adults raved about them!"


Halloween Popcorn Pumpkins

Photo by The Messy Cook

5. Halloween Ghosties

You'll need only three ingredients to make these cute and clever little treats, and you don't have to be a little kid to like them. wendy says, "These were a big hit at my teenage son's Halloween party."


Halloween Ghosties

Photo by Allrecipes Magazine

6. S'more Eyeballs


S'more Eyeballs

Photo by Sheila LaLonde

7. Candy Corn Bark

"Spectacular! Very sweet but I could not stop eating it." — PULLEYHEATHER


Candy Corn Bark

Photo by Melissa Goff

8. Magic Wands

"This works really well with melted white chocolate chips too. It is a nice not too sweet treat for Halloween and it's a very simple and quick way for the kids to participate." -- Kelly


Magic Wands

Photo by ALFANN02

9. Spider Web S'mores

Jill notes, "If you want to toast the marshmallow, you can either take a match (adults do this for your child) and hold it over the marshmallow fluff to give it a burnt look or stick it in a toaster oven for 5 minutes or until it is toasted a little bit."


Spider Web S'mores

Photo by magicallydelicious


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