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what are some yummy Halloween treats?

i am going to cook halloween treats, but i need some more recipes for yummy treats i could make
i like anything sweet and i really like caramel

btw how do i choose best answer
i figured out how to choose best answer. i’m blind

10 Responses to what are some yummy Halloween treats?

  • mamaflutey says:

    Caramel Apples

    Orange and black candy sprinkles
    2 (12-ounce) package Kraft Caramels
    1/4 cup heavy cream
    8 Granny Smith apples, washed and dried
    8 popsicle sticks

    Arrange the sprinkles on separate plates and set aside. Heat the caramels and heavy cream in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until melted. Turn the heat down to low. Skewer the apples with the popsicle sticks.
    Working in batches, dip the apples into the caramel, coating them completely and letting any excess caramel drop back into the saucepan. Dip or roll the apples in the sprinkles and stand them up on a wax paper-lined baking sheet to cool.Place in Halloween cupcake baking papers to serve.

    Shrunken Heads
    You add the candy faces.

    8 medium apples
    8 wooden craft sticks
    1 cup coarsely chopped nuts, such as pecans, walnuts, or peanuts
    21 ounces (about 75) vanilla caramels or chocolate caramels, unwrapped
    3 tablespoons water
    6 ounces vanilla-flavor candy coating
    2 teaspoons shortening
    Desired candies for decoration, such as licorice, candy corn, gumdrops, candy-coated chocolate pieces, optional
    Tubes of writing gel decorating icing
    Canned frosting

    1. Wash and dry apples. Remove stems. Insert one wood stick into the stem end of each apple. Place apples on a buttered baking sheet. Place chopped nuts in a shallow dish; set aside.
    2. In a heavy medium saucepan, heat and stir the caramels and water over medium-low heat just until caramels are melted.
    3. Dip each apple into hot caramel mixture, spooning caramel evenly over apple. Allow excess caramel to drip off. Briefly set bottoms of apples in chopped nuts. Set apples on prepared baking sheet and let stand about 30 minutes or until firm.
    4. In a heavy, small saucepan, heat and stir the vanilla-flavor candy coating and shortening over low heat just until mixture is melted. Holding apples over the saucepan, spoon the melted candy coating evenly over the tops of the caramel-coated apples. Return to baking sheet and let stand about 30 minutes or until firm.
    5. Decorate the apples to resemble faces or monsters using desired candies and writing gel. Use writing gel or canned frosting to attach candies to dipped apples. Makes 8 medium apples.
    Make-Ahead Tip: Prepare apples as directed. Cover and chill for up to two days.

  • heart_breakurr says:

    There’s this wonderful site that I have tried numerous times. It’s great and gets you in the Halloween spirit.

  • want2review says:

    This recipe is awesome and super easy to make. Plus it feeds a lot of people!



    * 15 cups popped corn
    * 1/2 tsp. salt
    * 1 cup butter
    * 2 cups packed brown sugar
    * 1/4 cup corn syrup
    * 1/4 cup light molasses
    * 1 Tbsp. ground ginger
    * 1 tsp. cinnamon
    * 1/2 tsp. baking soda


    Preheat oven to 250 degrees F. Place popcorn into 2 -13"x9" pans. Mix together salt, butter, brown sugar, corn syrup, molasses, ginger and cinnamon in a heavy, large saucepan. Heat over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil, stirring frequently. Boil for 5 minutes. Remove pan from heat and mix in baking soda. Mixture will foam up – this is why you need a large pan!

    Pour this foamy mixture over popped corn in the prepared pans and mix thoroughly. Bake both pans at 250 degrees for one hour, stirring every 15 minutes, until corn is glazed and crisp. Cool completely, then store in airtight containers. 30 servings

  • ? says:

    Get a can of lychee’s (fruit) from the asian market, drain and place red or green grape in lychee. Place a few drops of food color or the liquid from jam on the grape. These taste great and look like eyeballs. Happy Halloween!

  • Happy-Jihah-Friends says:

    Apple Sucker!

    ingredient A :

    1/2 caramel or butterscotch fudge.

    1 tablespoon cinnamon

    1 teaspoon cocoa powder

    1 tablespoon glucose

    1 tablespoon ice-cream soda

    ingredient B:



    mix all A ingredient on stove until caramelized..put the apple on stick..

    roll the apples until covered with the fudge..let it harden..

    1 day ago
    i am ontariogolden chef at canada

  • Dan says:

    Well, what kind of "treats" do you like or do you usually have?!

    There are lots of recipes here, just see which one you like and wanna make. 🙂


  • smdiner says:

    Cream Caramel

    ½ litre + 50ml milk
    2 eggs + 3 yolks
    125g caster sugar + 50g for caramel
    ½ broken vanilla pod

    Bring the ½l milk to the boil. Add vanilla, leave to infuse for ten minutes, away from the heat.
    Mix the eggs, yolks and sugar together in a bowl and whisk.
    Add 50ml cold milk, then gently add warm milk, whisking constantly.

    Make a caramel, with a little water and the 50g sugar left over, in a blancmange tin.
    Pour in milk mixture, through a seive.

    Cook in a bain-marie in the oven at 150°c (300°F) for 45 mins.
    Leave to cool, serve warm or cold
    Caramel Slice

    1/4 cup margarine
    1 cup brown sugar
    1 cup coconut
    1 egg, beaten
    3/4 cup flour
    1 tsp. baking powder
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1/2 tsp. vanilla
    1/2 cup chopped pecans

    1/4 cup margarine
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    2 Tbsp. milk
    1 cup powdered sugar

    Melt margarine; remove from heat; add sugar; stir. Add rest of
    ingredients and stir well. Spread into greased 9×9 pan; bake about 25 minutes at 350 degrees or until medium brown; cool. Combine margarine and sugar in pan. Add milk and bring to a boil for 2
    minutes; cool. (Set pan in cold water and stir.); add powdered
    sugar and beat; if too stiff, add a bit more milk until soft enough to spread; smooth over bars; cut 36.

    Dessert Bar Recipe

    1/3 pound graham cracker crumbs
    1 cup butter
    1 cup peanut butter
    1 pound powdered sugar
    vanilla extract, to taste
    2 cups chocolate chips

    Mix graham crackers crumbs, butter, peanut butter, powdered sugar and vanilla; press in buttered pan. Melt 2 cups chocolate chips over hot water. Spread over mixture in pan. Cool overnight.

  • Dark Avenger - loving Seb 4 life says:


    You can choose from loads of yummy halloween treats here

  • Beth L. says:

    I’m going to make cupcakes.
    You can buy Halloween funfetti type mix from the store, and then make vanilla frosting orange by using food coloring. (:

  • Tanya P says:

    Super fast and easy (and yummy) treats: squishy spiders, black hairy moles and big hairy warts (yucky and delicious at the same time!)

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