These evil treats will force you to look them in the eye as you eat them! Can you handle it? ?
This recipe is essentially a s'more, just not as you know it. It turns out mini marshmallows make great skeleton bones, and graham crackers can easily be cut into coffins. This is a treat the kids can definitely help with making.
The poop emoji is surprisingly popular. These chocolate cookies are fun to make and will bring a smile to your kid's face.
These easy sugar cookies are covered in chocolate truffle spiders. They're frighteningly delicious!
Your kids will love shaping and decorating these creepy little creatures. Watch out for those chewy licorice tails that look so realistic.
Do you dare to eat his big square green head? Those candy eyes are very tempting.
You don't need good piping skills for this recipe -- in fact the messier the better for these easy mummy cupcakes.
Cute or scary -- you decide? Either way, these chocolate nut cookies are extremely tasty.
This recipe with box mix cake is as easy as it gets. Let your kids make their own crazy spiders with licorice and frosting.
These gluten-free treats are quick to bake and can be made ahead of time.
This is a great treat for younger kids to make, though your kitchen may be a scary mess afterwards.
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