30 No-Bake Halloween Treat Recipes That Are Frightfully Easy
Halloween can be a whole lot of spooky fun for everyone. From creating the perfect DIY costume to decorating your home to indulging in Boo-zy cocktails all Halloween season long, it can be a busy time of year too. Here's a kitchen time-saver: no-bake Halloween treats! Tackle all your spooky plans with these Halloween treats that are frightfully easy to make and fun for kids and parties. No oven necessary.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
- 4 cups white tea such as POM Pomegranate Orange Blossom White Tea
- 2 cups vodka, tequila, or gin
- 1 1/2 cups pineapple juice
- 2 cups orange or mandarin juice such as Wonderful Halos mandarin juice
- 1/2 cup water
- 3 cups sparkling water
- Lychees and oranges, sliced for garnish
- In a large bowl or pitcher, add white tea, spirit of choice, water, pineapple juice, mandarin juice and water.
- Stir to combine.
- Top with sparkling water, and garnish with lychees and orange slices.
Nothing says Halloween quite like a smattering of bite-sized blood. Shards of sugar make a just-as-creepy cake topper. (via Brit + Co)
Created by Jodi Levine
- Mandarins such as Wonderful Halos mandarins
- Food coloring marker
- Black heavyweight paper or card stock
- Paring knife or clean craft knife
- Adhesive dots
- Draw jack-o-lantern faces onto the mandarins with the food coloring marker.
- Cut pairs of bat wings, leaving an extra bit, around ¼”, on the flat side to fold back and act as a tab. Add an adhesive dot to the tab to adhere each wing to the mandarin.
- Cut pairs of small triangles for ears. Use the knife to cut small shallow slits on the top of the mandarin and tuck in the ears. (TIP: If you don’t have adhesive dots you can cut shallow slits for the wings too!)
Get ready to unleash your inner artist and freehand a mummy design with this delicious sponge cake recipe.
In case your local grocery store is all out of your favorite Halloween candy, you can make your own! (via Brit + Co)
Just in case caramel's not your thing. ;) Plus, you can't go wrong with pretzels and PB. (via Something Swanky)
Take your favorite Halloween candy up a notch with some chocolate vodka. (via Brit + Co)
The itsy bitsy spider… ended up on your Halloween cheesecake. That you didn't have to bake. (via Epicurean Mom)
Did you know you could make candy corn- and Oreo-filled brownies without using your oven? This is turning into the best Halloween ever. (via Homemaking Hacks)
Don't like creepy crawlers? Trap them in ice for the perfect cocktail garnish. (via Brit + Co)
Our favorite thing about these ominous feline bites is that the cookies are pre-made. And totally smothered in melted chocolate. Me-ow. (via Hungry Happenings)
This is how you put a Halloween spin on Reese's best creation. (via Yummy Beat)
Oreos. Jello. Are you sensing a theme here? These cookie jiggler shooters will scare your socks off. (via Brit + Co)
Here's another homemade (and more adult) spin on one of Halloween's staple sweets. (via A Bajillion Recipes)
It seems these candy bars only make an appearance come Halloween. But we're willing to bet the homemade kind will stick around all year. They're that good. (via Marin Mama Cooks)
Something tells us the word “healthy" never comes to mind when you're eating a Twix. That's all about to change. (via Healthful Pursuit)
You're never too old for a helping of Cheerios. Especially when they're looking at you from this jack-o'-lantern tart. (via Family Fresh Cooking)
These sweet desserts are about as no-bake as it gets. Plus, you only need four ingredients: candy eyes, candy melts, oil, and marshmallows. (via Finding Zest)
Here's a crazy idea: Let's combine summer's favorite treat with milk's favorite cookie and Halloween's favorite flavor. Yum, yum, yum. (via Brit + Co)
Pick up a dozen of your fave donuts to quickly make these delicious little vampires. Really, any donut will do (except donut holes, of course). (via She Knows)
Here, you'll use not just one, but TWO donuts per treat: one traditional donut and one donut hole. (via The Semisweet Sisters)
For this DIY dessert, all you'll need are sugar wafers, candy melts, chocolate sprinkles, and candy eyes. Yes, if you haven't gotten the hint already: You NEED to buy some candy eyes. (via Shaken Together)
Let your partygoers shoot back these tasty shots of festive color and scary spirit. Pro Tip: Always make extra shooters! (via Brit + Co)
These layered cookies-and-pudding cups are *to die for* (see what we did there?). (via Sugar Spice and Family Life)
This kid-friendly DIY is only *kinda* creepy. It's also really cute, and a surprisingly healthy Halloween stack: It's made from apples, peanut butter, strawberries, corn, and — you guessed it — candy eyes. (via Unicorn Hat Party)
It may be hard to believe, but these super-cool zombie eyeballs are simple to make. Just make sure you give yourself enough time to prepare them before your big party: They'll need at least an hour or two to make, including chill time in the fridge. (via Inside BruCrew Life)
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