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Decorations for any Halloween party are easy; just hit any dollar store, box store, or craft store. But, coming up with great ideas for spooky Halloween treats that are edible and cute is a bit more difficult.
We found 7 amazing ideas for Halloween treats that are spooky and perfect for your next party.
Ghost Crisped Rice Treats
Definitely the right amount of spook, even for the little ones, these Ghost Crisped Rice Treats from our friend, The Rebel Chick, are too cute not to share at your next party or for a class treat.
Leaky Cauldron Brownies
These are so cute and can be a fun way to customize with your favorite candies. These Leaky Cauldron Brownies are delicious and sweet and perfectly bite-sized, thanks to Jade Louise Designs!
Not all Halloween treats need to be sweet, but they can still be delicious! This Skinnygirl brand Hummus can be made for the holiday, thanks to this super cute garnish idea from Viva Veltoro!
The combination of sweet and salty might be what makes these Funny Bones so amazing, but we’re pretty sure it’s because they’re so cute… and perfectly creepy! They actually look like real bones, but they’re 100% edible, thank to Simply Being Mommy.
Salty Bones Breadsticks
There’s no ‘bones’ about it; our friends at Simply Being Mommy were sure ‘boning’ up (that’s the last pun, we promise) on their spooky recipes! These breadsticks bones are too cute and perfect for dipping.
Edible Halloween Witches Hats
These witches hats are so cute, I could eat them right up! Wait… I think I will! These are so easy to make and are sure to be a big
hat hit at your next Halloween party, thanks to our friends at The Simple Parent.
Witches Broom Snacks
Honestly, I’ve seen many attempts at edible witches brooms, but these are by FAR the best I’ve ever seen! They’re cute, they’re easy to make, and more importantly, they look more like the real thing, thanks to attention to detail from our amazing friends at Thrifty Jinxy.
For more great Halloween ideas, be sure to check out these awesome posts written by my fellow Chosen Chix bloggers:
- 7 Themed Halloween Costume Ideas for Families by November Sunflower
- Halloween Decorations – Door Wreath by Me Myself and Jen
- 7 Costumes for your Tiny Creepy Crawly by Another Day, Another Diaper
- Free Disney Pumpkin Carving Templates by Afropolitan Mom
- 7 Non-Candy Halloween Treat Alternatives by Philzendia
- 7 Spooktacular Ways to Celebrate Halloween by Happy Healthy Hip Parenting