Ceecee's Graveyard Brownies
"These brownies were a hit with my kids...and really how could they not be?? Brownies, icing, cookies, and green candy all in one dessert equals kid nirvana!"—Ceecee L.
Heather's Eye Ball Cakes
"For Halloween, I turn cake balls into Eye Balls! Mwahahaha!!! A gummy worm coming out of the side of the cake ball (eye) just adds to the creepiness."—Heather
Lauren's Mini Halloween Confetti Cookie Sandwiches
"Sugar cookies meet buttercream in this perfect recipe for Halloween. Tweak the colors for any holiday!"—Lauren L.
Amanda's Devils Food Cupcakes
" "These devil's food cupcakes are a fun, delicious Halloween treat. Moist and deeply chocolatey, the cupcakes are topped with buttercream frosting that I add a bit of orange gel color to, then made festive with chocolate sprinkles and a piece of candy corn on top. I've made these every Halloween for the past few years and will be making them again this year for my daughter's kindergarten class."—Amanda M.
Barbara's Pumpkin Cinnamon Bread
"A moist, tender quick bread with the rich flavors of fall. It’s studded with sweet cinnamon chips which creates almost a little sugar crust on the outside of the bread."—Barbara S.
Laura's Vanilla Pudding Candy Corn Oreo Parfaits
"This year Halloween meant Candy Corn Oreos. I couldn't wait to buy some at the store and then make a delectable treat with them. Layered with thick and creamy homemade vanilla bean pudding, the Oreos provide crunch and the flavor combination is incredible. These Vanilla Pudding Candy Corn Oreo Parfaits will make for a very Happy Halloween!"—Laura D.
Sara's Pistachio-Pumpkin-Chocolate Halloween Cupcakes
"A couple of years ago, I baked up these Halloween cupcakes for a party. I made three cupcake batters - pistachio, pumpkin, and chocolate - amped up the color a bit with food coloring, and then combined two flavors in each cupcake. Each flavor was really yummy on its own, and the combinations were very tasty as well."—Sara C.
Miranda's Pumpkin Filled Whoopie Pies
"What says Halloween more than black and orange, pumpkins and chocolate?"—Miranda L.