Halloween Recipes: 10 Spooky Homemade Treats

PHOTO: Cooking Light's bittersweet chocolate cookies are shown here.
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Boo! Celebrate Halloween with some of these creepy homemade treats. From chocolate tombstones to cream puff eyeballs, these baked goods are another sweet alternative to candy.

They're also fun to make with your little ghosts and goblins. Try them tonight!

Spot Dessert Bar

PHOTO: Pictured are Eyeball cookies for the GMA "Spot Dessert Bar"'s spooky desserts.
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You might catch these cream puffs staring at you from across the room. Use royal icing to decorate them with the kids.

PHOTO: Reese's peanut butter pumpkin spiders are shown here.
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Pretzels, peanut butter cups and white chocolate make these creepy crawlers a festive decoration. They're so good they just might walk right off the plate.

PHOTO: Sandra Lee's Chocolate Cupcake Critters
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Decorate chocolate cupcakes with monster and mummy faces. Use your favorite candies, like licorice and peanut-butter-filled chocolates, to create the critters.

PHOTO: Chocolate Tofu Pudding Pots
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Kids will never know this healthy dessert is made with tofu. Top with crushed edible wafers for "dirt" and gummy candy worms for a realistic effect.

My Recipes

PHOTO: MyRecipes' pumpkin cheesecake bars are shown here.
MyRecipes

Nothing beats a pumpkin dessert in the fall, especially when it's topped with a whipped cream ghost. Use mini chocolate chips or chocolate cookie pieces for eyes.

Spot Dessert Bar

PHOTO: Pictured here are Eclair Fingers for "Spot Dessert Bar"'s spooky desserts.
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Create these digits out of pastry dough. Toasted almonds work as the "nails" for these tasty eclairs.

PHOTO: Sandra Lee's Candy Corn Cookies
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These cute candy corn cookies are a breeze. Use pre-made cookie dough and different colored candy melts to create this larger-than-life candy corn dessert.

Cooking Light

PHOTO: Cooking Light's bittersweet chocolate cookies are shown here.
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We can't get enough of these spooky skeleton cookies. Use a gingerbread man cookie cutter to cut the dough and decorate them with royal icing.

PHOTO: Sandra Lee's Tombstone Treats
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Dust pre-made cake rolls in cookie crumbs to make these treats from Sandra Lee. Chocolate frosting is used to decorate the cookie "tombstone."

Cooking Light

PHOTO: Cooking Light's chocolate spiderweb cupcakes are shown here.
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It's easy to spin a spider's web on these spooky cupcakes. Plus, the cakes are delicious and light to boot!

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