Friday 25 October 2013

Fast and Easy cookies and treat's for Halloween!

 Halloween treats that offer no tricks, just treats! If you want to put together a fun Halloween party for the kids or even the adults. And you don’t want to spend a day and a half baking fancy treats. You might like some of the fun Halloween treat ideas, I’ve collected for you today.

These are so cute!  Lit­tle bun­dles of un-dead goodness!


What you'll need-

Flat candy bars

1/8 yard muslin, torn into 1 1/2 inch strips

Glue dots or sticky glue

Wiggly eyes

Stickers, spiders or some other item to attach

Wrap the 1 1/2 inch strip of fabric in a criss-cross fashion to make the "Mummy Look". continue wrapping the fabric until the bar is covered and you are at the end of  the fabric. Attach end with a glue dot or dot of glue.


With a glue dot or a dot of glue, attach wiggly eyes and any decorations...a tag, a sticker or a plastic spider to make your mummy ghoulishly delicious!

 Black Widow Spider Bites

Oreo Cookies

Black String Licorice or Black Tube Licorice

Red Sparkle Gel

Finding the black licorice tubes or black string licorice proved impossible for me. I found some mixed colored tube licorice at Albertson's and cut it for the legs.  If you use the tubes, you need to cut it into strips, which takes more time, however, this whole project takes about five complaint!

Pop the top off the Oreo and press the legs into the creme filling. Make sure you get all 6 legs in there tight! Put the top of the cookie back again and squeeze lightly.

To make these black widow cookies I squeezed a small amount of red sparkle gel on to the top of each spider.   Black widows...YIKES!!!!

                       Ghost Cookies
12 oz. vanilla-flavored candy coating, cut into pieces
1 (1-lb.) pkg. peanut butter-filled sandwich cookies(Nutter Butter)
64 miniature chocolate chips (4 teaspoons)

In a small sauce pan, melt candy coating over low hear, stirring constantly until smooth.

Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper. Hold cookie with tongs, dip the entire top and side of each cookie into melted coating, let excess drip off. Lay flat, coated side up, on waxed paper. Place 2 mini chocolate chips in coating to form the eyes. Let them stand for about 10 minutes until set.

If you're looking to make some new treats that aren't too tricky on Halloween, these treats will make your spooky party even more fun!

Noah is so happy to be the recipient of all the Halloween goodies! Noah just learned how to ice skate last January and first picked up a hockey stick, 2 1/2 months ago. We had so much fun last Sunday watching his hockey game, he scored FOUR goals!! He's a natural!!

Don"t forget from last year, Amy made these awesome Halloween Cut-out Sugar Cookies!  These take time, but, just look how beautiful they are!

Other ideas for Halloween~
Halloween stuffed Peppers
Apple Cider Donuts 
Pumpkin Cookies with Penuche Frosting 
Haunted House decorations scroll to end of blog
Halloween Costume Ideas scroll to end of blog
Halloween Costume Ideas II scroll to end of blog
Halloween Costume Ideas+party decorations scroll to end of blog
Doggie Halloween Costumes scroll to end of blog
Halloween hostess gifts
Monday, I will be posting more Fast and Easy Treats for the kiddo's!! Have a great weekend!


  1. I know what I'm making this weekend with my kids! Thanks! Very cute and well written. Gerry

  2. I made the stuffed peppers for my family, my kids were so excited to eat pepper, they would never eat before!!! I showed them today's post, they are excited to make the mummy's. I have some gauze, as I am a nurse, we will use that. Thanks for so many wonderful ideas! Mara

  3. My family is carving pumpkins and making the Mummy's and the Spider Bites today! So fun and easy! thanks for a super blog! kathy

  4. We made these last night and used light weight plastic spiders on the Mummy bars. We all had so much fun! Jill


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