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Halloween Desserts

Make desserts for a party or to hand out during trick-or-treat with these spine-tingling recipes for Halloween desserts, including cake, cupcakes, candy, cheesecake, cookies, pie, tortes, trifle, blondies, peanut butter cups, pumpkin mousse, glazed apples and more.

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

Fudgy Cheesecake Moons

Fudgy Cheesecake Moons

Fudgy Cheesecake Moons

These little cakes are deceiving because despite how thin they are, they are still very rich and filling. Instead of crescent moons, you can also cut them into circles to celebrate the Harvest Moon.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Coffin Pumpkin Cake

Coffin Pumpkin Cake

Coffin Pumpkin Cake

The maple flavoring in the frosting makes this spooky cake taste delicious! And the gingersnap crumbs make the "coffin" look like a pine box…to suit the season perfectly. —Kathy Michel, Dubuque, Iowa
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Dark Side Chocolate Caramel Tart

Dark Side Chocolate Caramel Tart

Dark Side Chocolate Caramel Tart

This is a rich, sweet and oh-so-delicious delicious after-dinner treat. The decorating can make it fun or elegant. It tastes like a turtle candy and holds well so it can be made ahead-of-time.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Butterscotch Bones

Butterscotch Bones

Butterscotch Bones

Ordinary rice cereal treats get special treatment with the addition of butterscotch flavors.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Ghosts to Go

Ghosts to Go

Ghosts to Go

Are these adorable or what? Little kids would love to eat these treats, made colorful with food coloring and decorated with candy treats. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Eye Spy Cookies

Eye Spy Cookies

Eye Spy Cookies

These cookies are reminiscent of old cartoons where eyes pop out in a dark room! They’re a cinch to make and doubly fun to decorate!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Mounds of Bugs

Mounds of Bugs

Mounds of Bugs

If you have helping hands in the kitchen, this is a perfect recipe for you. Kids will squeal with delight when they make these cute bugs. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Halloween Night Cookie Puzzle

Halloween Night Cookie Puzzle

Halloween Night Cookie Puzzle

A Halloween sleepover can’t be complete without this cookie puzzle. It is easy to make and decorate…and fast to eat! The kids will never stop talking about the puzzle they ate at your house!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Frightfully Good Cakes

Frightfully Good Cakes

Frightfully Good Cakes

If there is one word to describe these one- or two-bite cakes, it is EASY! Use different Halloween candies to make different cakes, such as "Boo" or Frankenstein. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Halloween Layered Fudge

Halloween Layered Fudge

Halloween Layered Fudge

Here's an easy and foolproof fudge recipe that screams "Halloween!" thanks to the brown and orange colors. You can also try making the fudge with mango flavoring. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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