10 Halloween Snacks So Easy to Make, You Could Do It With Your Eyes Closed
It's not really Halloween unless there are spooky snacks and delicious homemade treats laying around all the time, right? Maybe you're used to having freshly baked fudge brownies and monster cookies at home, but when you finally live on your own, that's not always possible when you have limited space (and no patience for baking). Luckily, there are a ton of festive and delicious Halloween snacks you can put together in no time that require few ingredients and minimal effort. Keep reading for 10 spooky snacks you and your friends have to try this season, and we promise — no tricks, just treats.
Sweet and Salty Chocolate Bark
To make this even easier to make, melt the chocolate in a microwave bowl instead of over the stove. You get the same delicious result, no double boiler necessary!
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3-Ingredient Cookies 'N Cream Mummy Bark
All you need is three ingredients and 15 minutes to make these spooky bad boys. It'll be a Halloween mystery when the entire tray disappears.
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Halloween Banana Popsicles
These are cute, healthy, and super fun to make. Just make sure you're patient enough to wait for the popsicles to freeze.
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Peanut Butter Protein Rice Krispies Treats
These aren't technically a Halloween-themed treat, but peanut butter just makes you think of Fall, right? If you're looking for a healthy twist on a super sweet snack, rice krispie treats are effortless and a crowd favorite (and perfect for a scary movie marathon). These are mixed with peanut butter and protein powder, yet they still taste like a Reese's cup.
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Boo! Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
No oven time whatsoever! These are scarily good and everything you want in a snack. You have the sweetness, crunchiness, and Halloween spookiness.
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheerios Popcorn Balls
If all you have is one bowl, you're in luck because that's all you need. Just make sure that to keep these fresh by wrapping each individual ball in plastic wrap.
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For those that don't have a food processor, just throw the Oreos into a sealed bag and use a rolling pin to crush the cookies up. The rest is all a piece of (dirt) cake.
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Halloween food, meet brain food! These make for a great activity if you enjoy decorating yet you only need three ingredients. It's a big win.
Get the recipe: Halloween walnuts