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Watch these eyeball pies disappear faster than you can say "monster mash." Pudding-filled tart shells are a crowd pleaser and when made into eyeballs for Halloween, they'll be gobbled up in a wink.
Note: The eyeball tart looks especially scary when presented on a purple fake fur monster bearing candy corn teeth.
Classic rice cereal-and-marshmallow bars are sculpted into ghost shapes and dipped in candy coating. Form different shaped ghosts for a fun variety.
Go for wicked or zany with this edible witch's hat. The concoction is an updated popcorn ball recipe tinted with food coloring pastes and shaped into hat form. For something a little more wicked, use traditional black and orange food coloring pastes. Or, pair vibrant colors for something zany.
A variation on the classic Dirt and Worms Dessert, Dragon Food is a hit with kids. The layers of pudding, cookies, and gummy candies are a winning combination for all your little monsters, goblins, and gremlins.
All kinds of creatures come out at Halloween, including mysterious beings like the Blue Blob. Anything but disturbing, this concoction is a simple mix of pudding and frozen whipped topping with a few details added to give the dessert its monsterlike appearance.
It's OK to cross paths on Halloween with this particular black cat. The chocolate-covered feline features a gooey rice cereal-and-marshmallow bar center, a tasty treat on a stick that's worth risking bad luck to eat.
Craft these wicked witch hats by sandwiching a layer of frosting between two store-bought chocolate cookies. Top the sandwich brims with a chocolate ice cream cone, glued in place with frosting. Pipe frosting around the hat for decoration.
Represent a favorite Halloween motif in dessert form with a skull-shape cake. With our free pattern, you don't have to be a mad scientist to concoct this skeleton cake.
Make no bones about it -- these three skeletons are a scarily sweet treat. Create the edible scene with staples found in your grocery store's snack and baking aisles.
Invite these vampires to your next Halloween party. Guests needn't fear -- these aren't the harmful type, but are friendly vampires of the sweet and chocolately variety.
Tricks go with treats, and sweet pairs with spicy in this flavorful, well-decorated spice cake.
It both looks and tastes like autumn; this pumpkin-shape cake is also pumpkin flavor. To give it a little more Halloween spirit, pipe a jack-o'-lantern face onto the cake with tubed chocolate frosting.
Present your Halloween party with this scary monster face cake, trimmed out with all kinds of candy.
Transform a round layer cake into a display of fall colors. Start with a frosted cake. Trim lollipop sticks so the candy portion just peeks out over the edge of the cake. Remove wrappers and press into the side of the cake.
Up the "eek" factor of these pudding-filled cupcakes with layers of slimy gummy worms.
Jack-o'-lantern-face gingersnaps top creamy mini pumpkin cheesecakes for a yummy flavor pairing (and a cute table display!). Use Halloween-theme cupcake liners for the cheesecakes to add to the festivity.
For a Halloween dessert in a hurry, purchase a frozen cheesecake, thaw, and decorate with shards of melted candy coating tinted with orange food coloring paste. Top with whipped dessert topping and sprinkles and be ready to wow 'em.
Get ready for your Halloween party with spooky appetizers, main dishes, and desserts.
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