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Everyone loves a good Halloween treat, right? I mean forget the tricks. Just give me the treats! With that in mind, here are some deliciously spooky Halloween treat ideas that everyone will be dying to have!
Cue scary laughter in 3, 2, 1 ...
Found from One Little Project
I don't know about you, but the first thing I thought when I saw these is my little guy would love them! What an awesome recipe for pumpkin Rice Krispie treats from Debbie.
Found from Chelsea's Messy Apron
Wow, these monster, skeleton, Frankenstein, and spider Oreo cookie pops look so delicious. I want to make them all for myself!
Found from Sugar Spun Run
Found from Butter with a Side of Bread
Seriously people come up with the best ideas. I know I wouldn't mind eating these frighteningly scrumptious pretzels with a cauldron of witch's brew!
Found from Our Family of Seven
These cupcakes are such a simple and easy Halloween dessert. And if you have a child like my son who loves to help with literally everything, this is a great way to let your little chef learn some skills!
Whether it's for the kids or for your Halloween party, these treats will go a long way in making everyone -- alive and undead alike -- very happy! Have a "spooktacular" time this Halloween!
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