Check out these deliciously easy, decadently chocolatey Halloween treats.
Make Halloween even more fun by whipping up some deliciously chocolatey holiday themed treats. Whether you're a master baker, or have an aversion to spending long hours in the kitchen, there's a tutorial for all skill levels here. Unleash your creativity and satisfy your sweet-tooth with these delectable treats that your friends and family will love.
Add some whimsy to your Halloween party, by making these vampire cake pops from a chocolate cake mix. Let your creativity shine as you decorate these adorable blood-suckers with melted candy, sprinkles, and an edible-ink pen. To make these pops even more adorable, print and attach the festive treat tags to them.
These delicious spider cookies can be made from scratch, or simply substitute premade cookie dough. With a Ferrero Rocher center, candy eyes, and melted chocolate legs, decorating these cookies is easy as can be and eating them is as sweet as can be.
Bubble, Bubble... Make these chocolate cauldrons with the aid of a plastic chocolate mold (available at big box stores), and then fill them with your favorite puddings, and decorate with candy. They'll look and taste so ghoulishly good.
These ghostly chocolate-covered strawberries are dead easy to make. Simply melt milk, dark, and white chocolates, dip your strawberries, and dab the eyes and mouth on using a contrasting chocolate. A sweet combination, this treat is both fruity and chocolatey.
Dark as the deepest night, and moist as freshly dug earth, this chocolate cake with Nutella butercream is perfect for Halloween. Use a wooden skewer to draw a spiderweb pattern in to your buttercream, and decorate with these easy to make spiders, created with melted chocolate.
This simple chocolate and vanilla fudge will have your family screaming with delight. Follow three easy steps to create your own version of this striking and delicious Halloween treat. Your eyes will be bulging with so much excitement over these fun little fudge pieces that you'll have to make them an annual tradition.
These decadent, elegant, and spooky spiderweb cupcakes can be whipped up with the most basic baking skills. The cupcakes are layered buttercream and ganache, and the webs are drawn on with melted white chocolate. These cupcakes are almost too devilishly divine to eat.