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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.

Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Put these cute treats out for your next ghost and goblin party and watch them disappear.--Lisa Rupple, Keenesburg, Colorado

Bloodshot Eyeballs

Bloodshot Eyeballs

Bloodshot Eyeballs

Your party guests will be pleasantly surprised to find that these aren't eyeballs at all—they're yummy peanut butter balls! Little ghouls will find them fun to eat. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Candy Cupcakes

Candy Cupcakes

Candy Cupcakes

Rich chocolaty cupcakes include a cream cheese surprise. Get kids in on the fun by letting them help decorate. ‐Mrs. Walter Jacobson, Ashland, Ohio
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Pumpkin Cookie Pops

Pumpkin Cookie Pops

Pumpkin Cookie Pops

These cookie pops are a great way to liven up a Halloween party. Kids love them! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Ghostly Pirate Cake

Ghostly Pirate Cake

Ghostly Pirate Cake

This moist white cake is a snap to prepare because it starts with a mix. Have fun decorating it--we sure did!--Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Trick Pizza

Trick Pizza

Trick Pizza

This decorated cookie wll be sure to trick your guest goblins at your Trick-or-Treat party. Kids will enjoy helping to decorate it, too!--Shirley Petryk, Redmond, Washington

Halloween Mini-Cakes

Halloween Mini-Cakes

Halloween Mini-Cakes

Pumpkin and ghost cookie cutters make it a snap to shape these cute little cakes. A simple icing gives the sweet treats their spook-tacular look. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Creepy Spiders

Creepy Spiders

Creepy Spiders

Cake mix gives these chocolate sandwich cookies a head start. You can even have kids help assemble the "spiders!"—Nella Parker, Hersey, Michigan

Carnival Caramel Apples

Carnival Caramel Apples

Carnival Caramel Apples

With four kids (one child whose birthday is November 1), we celebrate Halloween in style around our house. These caramel apples are a tried-and-true favorite year after year. —Gail Prather, Bethel, Minnesota

Evil Eye Truffles

Evil Eye Truffles

Evil Eye Truffles

A few years ago, I hosted a Halloween bash with a variety of foods. These were a fun addition of the table and so tasty! — Linda Fete, Maximillon, Ohio

Eyeball Cookies

Eyeball Cookies

Eyeball Cookies

All eyes will definitely be on these adorable cookies when they're set on any buffet table. I created them for my son's kindergarten class for Halloween. —Sherry Lee, Columbus, Ohio
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