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Halloween Candy

Looking for recipes for halloween candy? Taste of Home has the best halloween candy recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Marshmallow Ghosts

Marshmallow Ghosts

Marshmallow Ghosts

Kids of all ages can help prepare these easy-to-make treats. With just three ingredients that I often keep on hand, they can be put together at a moment's notice.—Nancy Foust, Stoneboro, Pennsylvania

Batty Bark

Batty Bark

Batty Bark

These very cute chocolately treats are especially wonderful because they hold their shape. Be sure to chop the cherries into small pieces for a smoother look. For easy cutting, dip cutter into hot water between cuts.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Peanut Butter Cups

Peanut Butter Cups

Peanut Butter Cups

The classic combination of peanut and chocolate is one my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren can't resist. They gobble up this candy all year long!—Doris Price, St. John, New Brunswick
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Orange Gumdrops

Orange Gumdrops

Orange Gumdrops

I get nothing but rave reviews when I make these gumdrops and usually have to prepare three batches. The refreshing orange flavor is a nice change from the usual chocolate holiday candies. —Becky Burch, Marceline, Missouri

Maple Ginger Fudge

Maple Ginger Fudge

Maple Ginger Fudge

I combine two fall favorites--maple and ginger--in this sweet, smooth fudge. One piece just isn't enough!

Butterscotch Candy

Butterscotch Candy

Butterscotch Candy

The old-fashioned flavor of these butterscotch candies appeals to kids of all ages. My family can't stop eating them!

Black Widow Bites

Black Widow Bites

Black Widow Bites

Our home economists add even more fun to Halloween with these candy spiders resting on a chocolate cookie web. Little goblins will be delighted with these sweet treats.

Caramel Lollipops

Caramel Lollipops

Caramel Lollipops

These pops offer a fun and unique way to enjoy the sweet, toasty flavor of homemade caramel. —Kathryn Conrad, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Contest-Winning Brown Sugar Angel Food Cake

Contest-Winning Brown Sugar Angel Food Cake

Contest-Winning Brown Sugar Angel Food Cake

Brown sugar makes this moist, tender angel food cake delicious and different. Chunks of chopped toffee give its fluffy frosting some snap. The cake’s lovely with a hot cup of coffee.

Favorite Dipped Pretzel Rods

Favorite Dipped Pretzel Rods

Favorite Dipped Pretzel Rods

Coated in gooey caramel, then covered with chocolate and peanut butter chips, these decadent dipped pretzels are a delicious way to celebrate. For added variety, make some using butterscotch chips in place of the peanut butter chips.—Connie Banner, Castlewood, Virginia.

Fingers of Fright

Fingers of Fright

Fingers of Fright

As the young guests arrived, we joked about “finger food,” then offered them Fingers of Fright. Their eyes widened at the sight of these chewy digits made with circus peanut candies. Jelly beans cut in half lengthwise are pressed in for the fingernails.
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