These Halloween treats are scary good

Halloween is almost here and it is time to stock up on all the candy and treats you're going to pass out to the little ones (or big ones, no judging!). Even though there is always tons and tons of options to choose from, why not switch it up this year? Hand out tasty goodies made right at home for the best treats in the neighborhood!

Take a look through the slideshow for delicious recipes for this spooky season courtesy of the wonderful Lifestyle Collective bloggers.

Halloween treats to dig into
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Halloween treats to dig into

Trashed Up Halloween Brownies

"Basically it’s the all-time most amazing brownie recipe, that’s topped with a chocolate frosting and then all those delicious candy bars, chocolate coated candies, peanut butter cups, malted goodness balls – are all thrown on top.  Hell – even throw in some candy corn!" - A Happy Food Dance

Get the recipe here

Pumpkin Cheesecake Swirled Brownies 

"The kind of intense dark chocolate that hits you in the back of the throat. Ugh, I just can't get enough of it. Add in a pumpkin cheesecake swirl and you have fall meets brownie perfection meets all my dreams come true. Not to mention, the Halloween color scheme is spot on." - The Whole Bite

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Halloween Popcorn Cake

"This could really be a fun one to make with the kids, especially once Halloween is over and you are wondering what to do with all that leftover Halloween candy.  But beware – because this cake is quite addictive.  You won’t be able to stop at just one slice!!" - Taste and Tell

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Peanut Butter Cream Pumpkins

"Everyone loves those Reeses Peanut Butter Eggs right?  I make them around Easter and I figured how great it would be to make them for Halloween/Fall with these Peanut Butter Cream Pumpkins." - Life with the Crust Cut Off

Get the recipe here!

Easy Monster Eyeball Cookies

"You looking at me? Eh? You looking at me?!! The answer is yes, as a matter of fact I AM looking at you with these Easy Monster Eyeball Cookies. No need to turn the oven on and bake anything, the only effort you will need to make for these cookies are assembling them together." - Fork and Beans

Get the recipe here


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