Spooky Halloween Candy Recipes

This collection of spooky Halloween candy recipes is sure to liven up any Halloween party. Most are simple enough that kids can make them, with a little adult assistance. Boooo appetit!

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    Bloody Truffles
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

    Bloody truffles are bloody delicious, but also bloody gross! These cake truffles are skewered with edible royal icing weapons and painted with food coloring to create scary—yet sweet—Halloween truffles. 

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    Bloody Caramel Apples
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

    These caramel apples are easy to whip up, but the red gel "blood" makes them totally eye-catching, and perfect for a spooky Halloween party.

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    Skeleton Coffin Candy Bars
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

    Skeleton coffin candy bars are delightfully spooky Halloween candy bars. These simple bars have just a few ingredients, but their looks are killer! 

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    Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    Frankenstein marshmallow pops are a monster of a Halloween candy! They couldn't be more simple: marshmallows are skewered on lollipop sticks, then decorated with candy coating to look like Frankenstein.

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    White Chocolate Ghosts
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    These delicious white chocolate ghosts are riding on crunchy pretzel broomsticks for an extra-spooky Halloween candy treat.

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    Meringue Ghosts
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    Meringue ghosts are fluffy, crispy meringue candies dipped in chocolate and formed into cute ghost shapes, perfect for Halloween.

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    Ghost Cake Pops
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    Cake pops get a spooky makeover in this recipe for ghost cake pops! Moist bites of cake are shaped into ghostly shapes, skewered on lollipop sticks, then dipped in vanilla candy coating for a fun Halloween version of the traditional cake pop recipe.

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    Ghost Strawberries
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    Ghost strawberries are so easy, it's scary. Instead of dipping strawberries in the traditional semi-sweet chocolate, they're instead dipped in white chocolate and given ghostly faces with dark chocolate. 

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    Witch Finger Pretzel Rods
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

    Witch finger pretzel rods are ghoulishly good! It takes just 15 minutes and 4 ingredients to make these spooky, sweet-and-salty treats. 

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    Pretzel Spiderwebs Candy
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    If candy spiders aren't your style, how about these delicious spiderwebs instead? Strands of white chocolate are laced around pretzels sticks, and a fat chocolate spider happily sits in the middle of the web. These spiderwebs are an incredibly easy Halloween candy, and everyone will love the great taste of salty, crunchy pretzels and smooth, sweet white chocolate.

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    Black Cat Chocolate-Dipped Cookies
    (c) Elizabeth LaBau

    Black cat chocolate-dipped cookies are an easy, cute recipe that's perfect for Halloween or any kid's party! Use your favorite cookies as the center, and get creative with the toppings and designs of the cat faces. 

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    Candy Spiders
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    Candy spiders are a fun, easy Halloween recipe. Marshmallows, rice cereal, and chocolate form delicious spiders that kids and adults will love to gobble!

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    Peanut Butter Eyeballs
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    These spooktacular candy eyeballs are a variation of a popular candy called buckeyes. Peanut butter candy is formed into balls, dipped in white chocolate, and decorated to resemble bloodshot eyes.