48 Fun and Festive Halloween Baked Goodies
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48 Fun and Festive Halloween Baked Goodies

If you couldn’t tell by all of the amazing Halloween DIYs and snack mixes floating around the Brit + Co site right now, we love Halloween. And you know what pairs perfectly with Halloween festivities besides a creative costume? Halloween-themed baked goods. Here’s a mega lineup of some seriously yummy Halloween treats to bake up this October — candy-corn creations included.

1. Mississippi Blood Pie: A little red food coloring goes a long way to make this Mississippi mud pie dracula-fied. (via Creme de la Crumb)

2. Spooky Macarons: These pumpkin + choco ganache macarons are turned into Halloween-themed beauties with edible ink. (via The Proper Pinwheel)

3. Boo-tiful Halloween Cake: This ghoulish red velvet cake with rich chocolate ganache is stunning and sophisticated. (via I Am Baker)

4. Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops: Green candy melts give these Frankie marshmallow pops their vivid color, and pretzel rods and semisweet chocolate only add to the deliciousness. (via Just a Taste)

5. Brownie Spiders: These are totally cute! Use chow mein noodles to make the little legs. (via Gimme Some Oven)

6. Cinnamon Sugar Bat Crisps: Crunch away on these cinnamon sugar bat crisps. Opt for whole wheat tortillas for a healthier snack. (via Simply Recipes)

7. Witch Hat Peanut Butter Cookies: You can make these peanut butter hats in a flash. Change up the decorative sprinkles to add some variety. (via Life With the Crust Cut Off)

8. Boneyard Cupcakes: The headstones are free printables, and the skeleton bones are made with melted white choco chips. It can’t get much easier than that. (via Happiness Is Homemade)

9. Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bars: So these are basically giant candy corns. Perfect. (via Dessert Now Dinner Later)

10. Gingerbread Mummies: These soft + chewy gingerbread mummies are the ultimate fall treat. (via The Suburban Soapbox)

11. Double Dark Chocolate Oreo Pudding Cookies: Pudding in cookies? Why didn’t we think of that?! (via Something Swanky)

12. Monster Whoopie Pies: The bigger the eyes, the better. (via Your Cup of Cake)

13. Pumpkin Patch Candy Corn Brownie Pie: We love anything bite-sized, so we are pretty excited to bake these up. (via Crazy for Crust)

14. Mummy Twinkies: Okay, sooooo you don’t actually have to bake anything for this one, but who cares? (via Cincy Shopper)

15. Reese’s Frankenstein Cupcakes: We adore these disgruntled little Frankestein cupcakes. They’ll take some time to create, but they will be totally worth it. (via Your Cup of Cake)

16. Monster Eye Cookies: The secret to these gooey cookies is soft cream cheese. (via Lil’ Luna)

17. Monster Cake: The texture of this monster cake with monster eyeball cake pops is unreal. (via Makoodle)

18. Monster Eye Cake: Not ready to take on the challenge of the full-blown monster cake? DIY this monster eye cake instead for a fun + creepy dessert. (via The Cake Blog)

19. Pumpkin Oreo Cupcakes: The Oreo frosting takes this pumpkin cupcake to a whole new level. (via Your Cup of Cake)

20. Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies: Turn thumbprint cookies into spiders with a twitch of your nose.  (via A Spicy Perspective)

21. Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bundt Cake: Yeah, this is definitely the most delicious pumpkin we’ve ever seen. (via Creme de la Crumb)

22. Pumpkin Rice Krispy Treats: Alright, another one where you won’t really be baking. But sometimes keeping the oven off is okay. Make these with your little ones for a fun and festive DIY treat. (via Yummy Healthy Easy)

23. Candy Corn Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake: Yes, we love candy corn. (via Life, Love & Sugar)

24. Halloween Candy Cake: Not sure what to do with all that leftover candy and have limited frosting-decoration skills? Bake up this delectable Halloween cake. (via Cookies & Cups)

25. Halloween Fudge: Fudge trumps fun-sized candy bars. (via Crazy for Crust)

26. Halloween Sugar Cookies: We couldn’t have a Halloween baked goodies roundup without throwing some festive sugar cookies into the mix. (via Annie’s Eats)

27. Spider Petits Fours: These are completely awesome. (via I Am Baker)

28. Witch Hat Cupcakes: Cupcake liner witch hats are an easy way to decorate your cupcakes Halloween style. (via The Cake Blog)

29. Ghost Cake Pops: This tutorial also includes directions on how to create jack-o’-lantern cake pops if ghosts aren’t your thing. (via The Tomkat Studio)

30. Bat Oreo Truffles: Yum, edible bat wings! (via One Sweet Appetite)

31. Brownie Brittle Peanut Butter Cookie Ghost Cups: Brownie cups + cream cheese frosting + chocolate chips = these little cuties. (via Food Faith Fitness)

32. Graveyard Cupcakes: Use Vienna Fingers for the gravestones and crushed Oreos for the dirt. (via Cupcake Diaries)

33. Monster Claw Cupcakes: Rawr! (via Bakingdom)

34. Frankenstein Face Cookies: Break out your royally rocking icing skills for these cookies. (via The Bearfoot Baker)

35. Candy Corn Flower Cake: We believe in the power of the (candy corn) flower. (via Make Fabulous Cake)

36. Spooky Monster Cupcakes: Mummies, spiders, skeletons — these black and white cupcakes have all the prerequisite characters covered. (via Brit + Co)

37. Halloween Trick-or-Treat Cookies: Yes, there is candy in these cookies. (via The Kitchn)

38. Spiderweb Cookie Cake: Turn a cookie cake into a perfect Halloween treat by icing on a spiderweb. (via That Skinny Chick Can Bake)

39. Frankenstein S’mores: These s’mores are completely awesome. (via The Bearfoot Baker)

40. Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Eyeball cake pops, anyone? (via Brit + Co)

41. Dirt and Worm Red Velvet Cheesecake: Red velvet cheesecake and gummy worms? Do go on. (via Will Cook for Smiles)

42. Bug Tuxedo Cake: Gold bugs on a chic tuxedo cake — we don’t hate it. (via Brit + Co)

43. Wicked Witch Cupcakes: Complete with wicked witch legs and all. (via Made to be a Momma)

44. Pumpkin Cream Cheese-Filled Brownies: We’ll take four. (via Averie Cooks)

45. Witch’s Cauldron Cupcakes: The magic is in the details. (via Life Made Simple)

46. Monster’s University Cupcakes: Make these Monster University treats for an extra special Disney Pixar Halloween. (via Will Cook for Smiles)

47. Chomping Monster Cookies: These marshmallow-eyed buggers are hilarious and delicious. (via Pillsbury)

48. Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffle Mummies: These mummy truffles are finished off with creepy red eyes. Pop them in your mouth one by one for a yummy pumpkin sweet treat. (via Creme de la Crumb)

Which of these goodies will you bake up for All Hallows’ Eve? Let us know in the comments!