Recipes from Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats Cookbook

Every child loves the thrill of Halloween—the costumes, the trick-or-treating, the ghost stories and the sweets!

There’s nothing more exciting for them than hosting their own Halloween party, complete with ghoulish sweet treats. In this spooky new book, queen of cakes, Annie Rigg, turns her hand to simple, cute and creepy cakes, cookies and other edible sweet treats to delight any Halloween-loving child. You’ll find chapters on Cookies; Cupcakes; Big Cakes; and Other Treats. Kooky recipes include cookie ghouls, gingerbread witches’ hats, spidery cupcakes, and jack-o-lantern cookies. There are also simple recipes for bite-size treats like eyeball sweets and chocolate witches’ fingers. The easy ideas are suitable for the home baker, whether you have experience of baking or not. Some of the recipes are even straightforward enough for children to help you make.

Four cupcakes with chocolate icing, topped with chocolate wizard hats.

Wizards’ Hats Cupcakes

These inspired Halloween wizards’ hats are a simple assembly job made from cupcakes, frosting, sugar cones, sprinkles, and candy. Inspired by Dumbledore. Loved by all.

  • 45 M
  • 45 M
  • 2
Halloween meringue bones piled on a paper plate and scattered on a black cobweb tablecloth beside the plate.

Halloween Meringue Bones

What’s spookier than a skeleton? Disembodied bones. That is, meringue bones that are so sweet you just can’t resist the temptation to take a bite.

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  • 20 M
  • 1 H
  • 0
Three graveyard Halloween cupcakes with mini pumpkin candies and crosses on a piece of slate.

Graveyard Halloween Cupcakes

Graveyard hauntings are no laughing matter. Neither are these creepy (yet cute!) Halloween cupcakes. They’re a delicious matter.

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  • 1 H
  • 1 H, 25 M
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