Trick or Treat! Artist Makes Spine-Chilling Lifelike Halloween Sweets

Who needs tricks when you can have treats?!

— -- Who needs tricks when you can have treats?!

Artist Christine McConnell has done it again, whipping up a spooky menu of creepy, crawly Halloween-themed cakes and pies for only the bravest of ghouls to grub.

“I had just came off doing a bunch of Tim Burton projects and still had a few ideas I didn't quite get a chance to pull off, so the timing worked out great,” she told ABC News of her elaborate, spine-chilling sweets.

Take a look at McConnell’s frightening feast:

Jack-O-Lantern Cake

"Beetlejuice" Pie

“‘Beetlejuice’ pie is actually a mile-high apple pie with caramel pecan clusters,” said the artist.

Petrifying Peppermint Bark Bonsai

“The peppermint bark bonsai is just melted peppermint candies coated in dark chocolate with a white chocolate base,” said McConnell. “The branches snap off easily and taste so good.”

Caramel Nut Brown Recluse Spiders

“One macadamia nut, half a peanut, one Werther’s Original and a puff of brown food coloring is all you need to create one of these tasty nightmares,” McConnell said, adding these were the scariest of her creations. “They turned out so lifelike, they kept creeping me out. I have since discreetly placed them around the house to terrify unsuspecting company.”

Mr. Whiskers Coconut Krispie Treats

“Mr. Whiskers coconut Rice Krispies treats are inspired by Tim Burton's ‘Frankenweenie’ and has wafer paper whiskers,” she said.