These 24 simple Halloween Desserts are perfect for your fright night parties! Whether you want an element of spooky or playful and fun, I got you covered with some tasty desserts that will offer a wonderful presentation factor. The beauty of these Halloween desserts is whether you have adults only or a kid costume party, these desserts will fit the menu either way.
We love Halloween treats, and these below are top-notch on fun factor and taste factor. Some might say they are too cute to eat, we say Boo to that. Dig in and let your guest have a blast playing games, chatting away, and snacking on these sweet Halloween treats.
Quick and Easy Halloween Desserts
Serve up this colorful and fun monster brownie that is so delicious, you will eat every last crumb. Change up the frosting color to fit the theme of the party you are hosting. I always love a bold color for Halloween.
These bars are a breeze to make and let me tell you they give you the perfect sweetness paired with chewy texture. Your guest will love these bars, and they are a fun treat for kids.
Nothing says Halloween is here more, than candy corn dessert. Get that candy corn feel to your Halloween bash with these easy candy corn Jello cups. Top with some whipped cream and you have a colorful and fun Halloween treat.
Here is another fun candy corn color theme going on. You have fruit cups that have the yellow, orange and white look. A very affordable and quick treat to whip up for those last minute events. Or if you want your kids to eat more fruit, try this! It is fun and different so it will lure them in.
Transform a chocolate covered strawberry into the perfect Halloween dessert. This white chocolate strawberry gives your guests that ghostly feel in a juicy and sweet way.
6.) Twinkie Mummies
These Twinkie Mummies are so easy to make, and don’t require you to turn your oven or stove on. A few basic supplies and you can serve up a spooky Halloween treat.
7.) Halloween Rice Krispies from Organized 31
She took store bought Rice Krispies and transformed them into spell books for a fun and different Halloween dessert. No baking required for this epic treat.
8.) Jack O Lantern Twinkies from Dancing Through The Rain
With a little orange colored melting chocolate, you can transform that Twinkie into a fun jack o lantern. Another really easy dessert that has no baking needed. These are great for school parties.
9.) Witch Fingers from Veggie Desserts
How real do these peanut butter witch fingers look? I love the details that went into these fingers with easy steps to follow. These are one spooky treat to serve up.
10.) Vampire Donuts from Southern Family Fun
Take that basic donut and transform it into a vampire within seconds. These are a tasty dessert for anytime of the day.
11.) Oreo Lollipops from April Golightly
Doesn’t every dessert taste better when served like a lollipop? Here is a really easy fun Halloween treat that kids will go crazy over. A simple Oreo cookie transforms into a pumpkin.
12.) Spider Cookies from Sugar Spun Run
How fun are these cookies? You have that spooky spider feel which is so unique and different. Make homemade cookies or buy dough to just bake and decorate.
13.) Mummy Bananas from Moments with Mandi
A chocolate covered banana that gives you that mummy vibe. Easy, tasty, and a great way to sneak in some fruit for the little kids. Who can resist fruit that is covered in sweet chocolate?
14.) Halloween Cookie Bark from Mom Spark
I love how colorful this bark is, and not to mention sweet! A very easy and quick dessert you could whip up in 10 minutes and have ready to serve guests as soon as it hardens.
15.) Earthworm Cupcakes from Doodle Craft Blog
You don’t have to be a master of frosting to create these eerie earthworm cupcakes. Tasty but give you that Halloween vibe to make your guests do a double take.
16.) Graveyard Cakemix Brownies from Nerdy Mamma
Grab a boxed cake mix and get to work on creating a Halloween graveyard brownie that will be a perfect element of design to your themed party.
17.) Frankenstein Cookies from Julie Measures
A no-bake treat that will give your guests a taste of sweetness when they sink their taste into these chocolate covered cookies. A very easy dessert to make if you are not a huge fan of baking.
18.) Monster Halloween Marshmallows from Recipes From A Pantry
Okay, these are the cutest marshmallows I have ever seen! Bold, colorful, and a tasty treat that you can make in a hurry. Plus it is affordable to make to serve a crowd.
19.) Mummy Pumpkin Cookies from Julie Measures
Who doesn’t love a tasty cookie? Check out these incredibly fun mummy cookies and eyeballs. Easy, tasty, and a creative treat to serve up for school parties, costume party and more.
20.) Halloween Popcorn from Recipes From A Pantry
This popcorn is going to be a fun treat for your guests to dig into! A sweet chocolate covered popcorn with candy eyeballs and toss some fake spiders around for an even more eerie feel.
21.) Haunted Haystacks from Butter with A Side of Bread
I love a good haystack and these haunted haystacks are the most colorful ones I have seen. I can see how kids and adults would just gravitate towards this satisfying no bake dessert.
22.) Ghost Popcorn Balls from The First Years
Just five basic ingredients is all these ghostly popcorn balls need. Crunchy, sweet, and totally satisfying! Whip these up and watch your family, friends, and kids go nuts.
23.) Witch’s Brew Trifle from The Crafting Chicks
A trifle is delicious layers of whipped cream, pudding, and brownies, that will curb your sweet tooth. I love the bold green color to give it that perfect Halloween vibe.
24.) Monster Cupcakes from I Heart Naptime
What I love about this dessert is you can buy cupcakes, make them homemade, or whip up a boxed cake and create monster cupcakes in a hurry!
If you are not tired of Halloween yet, then I got more goodies in store for you. Here are even more Halloween goodies for you all!
- 12 Spooky Halloween Treats To Spook your guests
- Halloween Cakes You Need to Make
- 15 Candy Corn Recipes for anyone addicted to candy corn
What is your favorite Halloween Dessert?