As you can imagine, we here at Celebrations LOVE Halloween. More than any holiday (according to us, at least) Halloween offers so many opportunities to get creative with every aspect of party planning.
From the Halloween costumes we wear, to the party games we play, to the spooky treats we serve, every element of our celebration is decked out and themed out to the enth degree.
Take a peek at the Halloween foods we've shared that are super fun, super festive and super easy to make.
Baking up a spooky Halloween cake isn't hard when you've got this great tutorial on hand. Totally creepy, yet really delicious, this Halloween cake is as much an essential part of your party's decor as it is your menu.
And you thought monsters weren't cute! We'll show you how to transform basic marshmallows into the cutest Frankenstein Halloween treats. The kids are going to LOVE these guys.
If you've got more witches than monsters on your guest list, consider making these edible witch heads instead! Just like Frank, these Halloween treats are made from marshmallows and green chocolate, are super festive and totally easy to DIY.
Basic strawberries dipped in white chocolate, instead of dark, get spooky with some easy ghost face designs. Check out this incredibly easy Halloween treat and enjoy!
Our video tutorial will show you just how easy it is to turn the original chocolate covered Oreo into a pumpkin Halloween treat. Make yours creepy or cute - either way they'll taste delicious!
Top your basic chocolate brownie with a dollop of marshmallow frosting carefully piped on to resemble spooky ghosts. Though the recipe is super simple, the first bite you take will show just how sweet and decadent this Halloween treat is!
These chocolate covered bananas on a stick that are made to look like ghosts, too! We like to think of these as our healthy Halloween treats...they ARE made of banana, you know!
The third, and not quite so final, Halloween treat on a stick in this round up are some pretty cute Mummy cookies from Meaghan Mountford. Her guide to transform a basic sugar cookie into Halloween art on a stick is beyond simple to follow, but produces one awesome looking result!
With the right cookie cutter, a bit of sparkle and the help of Meaghan, you can create these spooky Halloween spider cookies, too. All the kids will love them, but we're banking the boys will name these as their favorite this year.
Another Halloween treat on a pop, these spooky eyeballs are actually cake pops! Courtney Horan gives you the crafty how-to that's so easy you'll have eerie eyeball cake pop treats before you can blink. Ha.
Halloween cakes are a good choice when it comes to dessert for a crowd. Bake a basic chocolate sheet cake and create a spooky graveyard scene on it using the easy decorating instructions also courtesy of Court. She shows you how to take easy to find store brought embellishments to create a Halloween cake that'll impress.
Guys, it doesn't get much easier than this! Pudding cups topped with whipped cream and chocolate chips are made into spooky ghosts and goblins. Easy Halloween treats were never simpler, nor looked so good!
Crushed chocolate cookies, pudding base and gummy worms? That can only mean one thing! If you've never tried the classic dirt cake give these revamped individual Halloween treats a try. They're so simple, we won't accept any excuses!
Perhaps of all our recipes in this round up, meringue cookies made to look like bones are perhaps the most challenging. But really, they aren't hard to bake up, so give them a try!
Spooky black bats provide lots of inspiration for a Halloween party.
We've got dark, yet beautiful tips to host a fab party at home.
This family-friendly Halloween party means fun for all.