5 DIY Halloween Treats
The spooky season is here once more with a tasty vengeance! Scare your taste buds this Halloween with a homemade snack that will deliciously surprise even the most fancy dessert connoisseurs.
With the DIY attitude running strong at Halloween time, it is good to get crafty. With homemade pumpkin heads and decorations, why not have homemade treats to go with it!
1. Mooberry Apple Pops
Newtown-based frozen yogurt company, Mooberry, has recently launched a new product called Apple Pops. The age of toffee apples is over and the times of the caramel apple has come! Mix up your Halloween with this fresh idea. The dessert starts with a Granny Smith apple, which is then delicately coated in a luxurious, salted caramel topping. Extras are then added. They can include Belgian chocolate, honeycomb, crushed peanuts, marshmallows, Oreos, and many more. Go wild with your favorite toppings! Visit Mooberry today for some fresh DIY dessert inspiration.
2. Dark Chocolate Cupcakes with Meringue Ghosts
Get your ghostly cooking creation ideas from The Comfort of Cooking. Create a chocolate cupcake that will trick people into wanting one, simply because they look so amazing! Then treat your senses, as the fusion of meringue and chocolate will make you fall in love with this recipe. This formula will haunt you all year, making you come back to this recipe even when it’s not Halloween.
3. Black Cat Cookies
McCormick has come up with a unique cookie recipe that everyone can follow. Although black cats are an omen for bad luck, you won’t have a problem getting rid of these delicious cookies. The only bad luck will be not having made enough cookies, as they are sure to be a Halloween hit! With rich chocolate and a delicious selection of sweets, these will steal the show. Visit McCormick for more Halloween recipes.
4. Graveyard Cakes
Graveyards are generally a scary place – however, when lathered in smooth chocolate and decorated with sweets, it is inviting to anyone. With the cream-filled biscuit gravestones marking the death of those cake lovers who never returned from their food coma, all will enjoy this cake. Add ghost and pumpkin candies to give your cake a delicious flair. Visit The Daily Meal for more cake ideas.
5. Witches’ Hats
Have no fear, inspiration is here! Where style meets simplicity, you have witches’ hats. These consist of a simple concoction of short bread cookies, a chocolate kiss, and frosting. Finally there is proof that witches are good for something. For more DIY Halloween dessert ideas, visit Southern Living.
What sweet treats will you create this Halloween?