Halloween II

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What are some creative tastey ‘easy to make’ Halloween treats i could make?

im 13 and i want to make some sweet Halloween Treats or something. halloween or not halloween. i would prefer. and my mom’s birthday is tomorrow. i have no idea if we got her a present. :(((( !!!! i want to make something special and also because im craving something sweet.

thanks for ALL the help:)

6 Responses to What are some creative tastey ‘easy to make’ Halloween treats i could make?

  • Alice says:

    I found a cute Halloween treat idea on this website:


    They look really cute and really yummy. There are also lots of other halloween treat ideas/recipes on the website too.

  • glamorousvivica says:


    3 quarts popped popcorn
    1 1/3 c. peanuts
    1 1/3 c. sugar
    1 c. butter
    1/2 c. corn syrup
    1 tsp. vanilla

    Mix popcorn and peanuts together in large slightly buttered bowl. Set aside. Boil sugar, butter, and syrup, stirring constantly, approximately 15 minutes or until turns a light caramel color. Remove from heat, add vanilla. Pour over popcorn and nuts, mix with a large spoon.
    Toss with buttered hands as popcorn cools to prevent clumps, or spread on waxed paper, cool, break apart. Store in airtight container.

  • Diamond Strength says:

    Spider Cake
    Serving Size: varies

    For this cake we made two nine inch rounds, and decorated some cupcakes into spiders.

    1 (18 oz.) pkg. chocolate cake mix for the cake
    1 (18 oz.) pkg. chocolate cake mix for the cup cakes.
    1 stick (1/2 cup) butter or margarine
    Chocolate Frosting
    2/3 C. Cocoa
    3 C. powdered sugar
    1/3 C. milk
    1 tsp. vanilla extract
    1 tube of decorator white frosting
    black pipe cleaners for cup cakes
    a few chocolate coated candies for cup cakes

    Prepare one chocolate cake mix as directed but use two 9 inch pans for the cake. When the cakes cool, frost with chocolate frosting. Decorate with the white frosing by painting on a spiderweb shape.
    You can decorate cupcakes into spiders by frosting them with chocolate frosting, and cutting pipe cleaners into fourths, and adding four legs to each side. Add the eyes by placing two candies between the two sets of legs.

  • pandaqt says:
  • bengltygr says:

    how about some ghosties….

    pan on medium heat


    cream cheese icing


    mix in bowl and when marshmallows stick together place them on a cookie sheet 1 inch apart….til they harden…..

    also my specialty is poison apples….

    red apples

    red candy glaze

    gummy worms underneathe glaze

    as candy glaze hardens on apple attach gummy razor blades carefully so the blade is in the glaze…..very twisted but very cool effect……

  • mamaflutey says:

    Monster Mouth

    Slivered almonds

    1. Just quarter and core an apple, cut a wedge from the skin side of each quarter, then press slivered almonds in place for teeth.

    2. Tip: If you’re not going to serve them right away, baste the apples with orange juice to keep them from browning.

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