Halloween is going to be here before we know it, and while we’re still not sure how that’s going to look as far as parties and trick-or-treating goes, at least there’s one thing we can count on to make the holiday epic – amazing food. While Halloween may be mainly a candy and costumes holiday, there are many simple and delicious ways to add some creepy fun to the celebration.

Especially if we all find ourselves celebrating at home with our families this year instead of enjoying costume parties and trick-or-treating with the kids, any extra decor or festive food is sure to be more than welcome.

Scroll down to discover 21 spookily delicious Halloween desserts that will add fun to any celebration this October 31st.

  1. Ghost S’Mores Dip

    We don’t know anyone who doesn’t love s’mores. This recipe is super easy, and Ghost Peeps give it a perfect Halloween flair.

  2. Candy Corn Ghost Cupcakes

    This recipe combines so many concepts into one adorable dessert. The flavors and colors of candy corn are topped with a ghost-looking plume of frosting in the perfect handheld treat – a cupcake!

  3. Caramel Apples

    It doesn’t get more classic than this! Caramel apples are a fall favorite that are perfect on Halloween or really any day you feel like something sweet. It turns out that they’re easy to make too.

  4. Ghost Cookies

    If you have a ghost-shaped cookie cutter, these yummy sugar cookies are super easy to make, and they are perfect for a Halloween celebration.

  5. Dracula Dentures

    A cookie sandwich is easy to transform into a spooky Dracula sandwich with the help of red frosting and mini marshmallows.

  6. Halloween Candy Bark

    Transform ordinary candy bark into Halloween candy bark with the help of food coloring and sprinkles.

  7. Brownie Pumpkin Patch

    Turn brownies into a pumpkin patch with strategically placed candy and a drizzle of frosting.

  8. Reese’s Bats

    These bats are so cute, and no cooking is required. In fact, your kids could make these. All you need is some mini peanut butter cups, Oreo cookies, candy eyes, and some peanut butter to glue it all together.

  9. Mummy Pops

    These aren’t really lollipops. They’re more like cookie pops. Nutter Butter cookies give the pops the perfect mummy shape.

  10. Jack Skellington-Inspired Pumpkin Caramel Pie

    This is not your ordinary pumpkin pie in flavor or appearance. The caramel sauce makes it extra sweet, and a little creative decorating easily transforms it into Jack Skellington’s face.

  11. Jack O’ Lantern Bowls

    You might be surprised how easy it is to make your own edible bowls by using a balloon for a mold. Ice-cream makes the perfect filling.

  12. Pumpkin Hand Pies

    This delicious treat can easily be shaped like a pumpkin. For extra Halloween flair, try cutting out a face to make it a Jack-o’-Lantern.

  13. Jack-o’-Lantern Rice Krispies

    Sticking with the Jack-o’-Lantern theme, you can also make this fun shape out of Rice Krispie treats. Candy corn is the perfect finishing touch.

  14. Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip

    Transform a rich and creamy cheesecake dip into a spooky graveyard with cookies and candy.

  15. Oreo Spider Webs

    This is another treat that your kids can help make. All you have to do is dip Oreos into melted chocolate and use a toothpick to make the web design.

  16. Halloween Marshmallow Pops

    Dip some marshmallows in melted chocolate in festive colors, add sprinkles, and you have a simple yet delicious Halloween treat.

  17. Black Cat Cookies

    We think it’s good luck if these black cat cookies cross your path. Yum!

  18. Candied Apples

    Red Hot Candies give these apples a super hot flavor. Beware!

  19. Brownie Bat Truffles

    These adorable bats are really gooey truffles. They’re so easy to make. It’s basically just mixing brownies and frosting together! Yum!

  20. Cobweb Brownies

    Here’s another delicious brownie treat that couldn’t be easier to transform for Halloween. Just add melted marshmallows!

  21. Leftover Halloween Candy Cake

    This dessert comes in handy the day after Halloween. Not sure what to do with all that candy? This cake is the answer.