20 Easy & Fun Halloween Treats Your Teen Can Make Themselves

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20 Easy & Fun Halloween Treats Your Teen Can Make Themselves

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Maybe it’s time for some good ‘ole fashioned Halloween fun!

Halloween might not be what it used to be when our kids were young. And, considering some cities, towns and neighborhoods have restrictions on trick or treating due to COVID, it might look even more different this year.

But, just because our kids might be limited in how they celebrate Halloween this year doesn’t mean they can’t stir up a little fun by whipping up a batch of fun spooky treats in the kitchen.

Whether you and your teen whip these up together, you surprise them with a fun after-school bite or let them invite a few friends over for an afternoon in the kitchen, these devilishly good tempting treats are a fun way to celebrate Halloween!

Go ahead… grab your favorite teen (even if they are a little clueless in the kitchen), crank up the creepy Halloween music and have a little fun!

No prior kitchen experience is necessary for these 20 devilishly good Halloween treats your teen can make themselves!

20 Devilishly Good Halloween Treats Your Teen Can Make Themselves

 

Chocolate Covered Halloween Pretzel Rods

My kids and I have made chocolate covered pretzel rods dozens of times through the years – for Christmas, Valentine’s Day and even for their birthday parties. Oddly enough, we never made them for Halloween and I’m wondering why! They’re adorably fun and so easy to do AND the spooky possibilities are endless! 

Get the recipe here: Like Mother Like Daughter

Spooky Spider Cookies

These spooky spider cookies couldn’t be any easier OR cuter! Any cookie dough will do (although what teenager can resist a gooey chocolate chip cookie) – simply drizzle chocolate, add an upside Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and candy eyes, and voila! 

Get the recipe here: She Saved

Easy Peazy Monster Munch

Crunchy, sweet, salty, chewy and delicious – this easy monster munch is so ridiculously good (and easy), you’ll want to make it year-round! It might look challenging, but it’s only six simple ingredients and it’s ready in no time!

Get the recipe here: Easy Peazy Mealz

Halloween Candy Bark

Calling all Halloween candy lovers! If plain candy bars aren’t cutting it for your spooky soiree, now you can up your Halloween game with this quick, easy and ghoulish Halloween Candy Bark.

Get the recipe here: Just a Taste

Strawberry Ghoulish Ghosts

There’s nothing like the sweet taste of a chocolate-covered strawberry! These easy, three-ingredient strawberry ghosts come together in about 30 minutes and make a fun and healthy Halloween snack. 

Get the recipe here: Miss Candiquik

Witch Hat Cupcakes

Nothing says Halloween more than a witch’s hat! These cupcakes are easy to make (you can cut a few corners by making boxed cupcakes) and they’re easy to decorate! Cute for friends, Halloween gatherings or just because.

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Get the recipe here: Tastes Better from Scratch

 

Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip

With cream cheese, cocoa, chocolate sandwich cookies and lots of fun Halloween candy, I’m pretty sure most teenagers will find this Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip absolutely to die for. 

Get the recipe here: Well Plated

Halloween Marshmallow Pops

These Halloween Marshmallow Pops are super easy to make and they’re so incredibly festive, they’ll be hard to pass up. The fun part is, you can get creative with different chocolate and sprinkle colors to make each one unique and fun!

Get the recipe here: My Baking Addiction

Rice Krispies Monster Treats

How cute are these monster bites? Just add purple and green food coloring to the classic Rice Krispies Marshmallow Treats (found on the back of any Rice Krispies cereal box), shape into balls and add candy eyes for a “monsterish” treat any teen would love. 

Recipe compliments of Pinterest

 

Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs

Just three simple ingredients are all you need to whip up these sweet, salty candy corn treats! Make an extra batch because these go quickly!

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Get the recipe here: Sally’s Baking Addiction

Halloween Chocolate Apple Pops

A fresh twist on the traditional caramel apple, these apple pops take Halloween to the extreme with tons of great sweet and salty flavor piled high. A fun and easy sweet treat you can whip up in no time!

Get the recipe here: Delish

Easy Spider Web Oreo Cookies

Give your Oreos a spooky spin this Halloween with this super-easy (and super-genius) spider web design. Who can possibly resist a chocolate-covered Oreo?

Get the recipe here: Delish

Spooky Boo Brownies

Transform basic brownies into a spooky Halloween treat with just a few extra ingredients. Did someone say brownies?

Get the recipe here: Betty Crocker

Ghost Popcorn Balls

These 5-ingredient no-bake ghost popcorn balls are a breeze to make – even for teens who have never stepped foot in a kitchen.

Get the recipe here: The First Year Blog

Best Ghost S’Mores Dip

This dip is seriously a little scary. First of all, it’s spooky simple and with teenagers in the house, it’s bound to vanish in the blink of an eye. (If you can’t find Halloween peeps, just use regular marshmallows!)

Get the recipe here: Delish

Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups

For every teen who loves going to the pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin to carve, here’s a treat for you! They’re super simple (and fun) to make and they make the perfect Halloween treat. 

Get the recipe here: Arts Crackers

Halloween Apple Mummy Crypts

This recipe makes it easy to turn a simple homemade apple crisp into a festive (and fairly healthy) Halloween treat. Seven simple ingredients, including apples, cinnamon and brown sugar make this little mummy treat totally delish for any teen.

Get the recipe here: Home and Plate

Dark Chocolate Halloween Chip Cookies

Dark Chocolate Halloween Chip Cookies have a super soft and black-as-night dark chocolate cookie base that is studded with sweet white chocolate chips and creamy peanut butter chips for a frighteningly delicious treat!

Get the recipe here: House of Nash Eats

Bubbling Witch’s Cauldron Brownies

Boxed brownie mix (just to make things easy), frosting, food coloring, decorations and a handful of other ingredients are all you need to make these adorable cauldron brownies. 

Get the recipe here: The First Year Blog

Mini Candy Corn Cheesecakes

These yummy candy corn cheesecakes might take a tad more work – since you have to layer the different colors – but they’re well worth it. Perfect for the teen who knows their way around a kitchen. 

Get the recipe here: Life Love and Sugar

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