Scare Up these Monster Treats!

Give more Halloween treats and less tricks this year with these super fun monster recipes. From little pretzel monsters to scary gooey monster eye cookies, donuts with a bite, and much more!

Monster S'mores
Googly marshmallow eyes and tiny sharp teeth! That's what makes these monster s'mores so cute! Whether you're planning something fun for your kids, or even yourself, these spooky treats are too easy not to make for a Halloween party. And you don't even need a campfire. Get recipe from Say Yes.

Gooey Monster Eye Cookies
Kids will absolutely love these festive gooey butter cookies. Simple and easy to make too! Get recipe from Lil Luna.

Monster Donuts
You'll quickly become obsessed with these awesome guys. Some vampire teeth and candy eyeballs are all you'll need to transform regular store bought donuts in super fun monsters. Get recipe from A Subtle Revelry.

Monster Sandwiches
The perfect way to celebrate with lunch! Get recipe from My Own Road.

Mini Monster Cupcakes
These monstrous Halloween cupcakes - made with frosting, gumdrops, fruit leather, and more - are the perfect treat to serve holiday guests, or for anyone who gets a kick out of cute monsters. Get recipe from Better Homes & Gardens.

Chomping Monster Cookies
Watch out for these creepy and silly monsters; they love to chomp with their big teeth! Get recipe from Pillsbury.

Monster Pretzels
These may be one of the simplest treats yet! Get recipe from Sugar Swings.

Monster Candy Apples
Get creative with some spooky apples that would be the perfect Halloween treat! Get recipe from Polkadot Chair.

Monster Marshmallow Pops
Not only are these monster marshmallow pops super cute for Halloween, but children love making and eating them! Get recipe from Celeb Baby Laundry.

Monster Brownies
With these little hairy monster brownies, you’ll get more smiles than screams. Get recipe from Tastes of Lizzy.

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