We’ve got more than 25 Easy Halloween Treats you can make with candy melts. I just LOVE Halloween and making Halloween treats and eats. One of the easiest ways to make festive Halloween treats is dressing something up with colorful Halloween colors of candy melts.
Here’s 25 treats you can make for Halloween from pretzels to Rice Krispies Treats to popcorn and all kinds of stuff in between! So many of these recipes would be perfect for the Halloween party or the bake sale at a Halloween carnival. You’re gonna love all these ideas!
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TONS of Easy Halloween Treats you can make with candy melts!
Witch’s Brew Chocolate Pinatas – from The TipToe Fairy. Instead of making hot cocoa bombs, make chocolate pinatas to crack full of treats with candy melts!
Graveyard Banana Bread – from The TipToe Fairy. Add crushed OREO cookies to the batter for a darker banana bread, then top with candy melt-dipped Biscoff cookies made to look like gravestones.
Monster Halloween Marshmallow Pops – from Recipes from a Pantry. Marshmallows on a stick, dipped in colorful candy melts with spooky eyes for this yummy treat!
Monster Eye Pretzel Rods – from Just Microwave It. Marshmallows on a stick, dipped in colorful candy melts with spooky eyes for this yummy treat!
Edible OREO Spider Webs – from The TipToe Fairy. Use melted white chocolate or candy melts and OREO cookies to create this creepy chocolate bark.
Monster Rice Krispies Treats – from Sweet Frugal Life. Dip your Rice Krispies Treats in colored candy melts, add eyes, and you have some spooktacular monster treats!
Gluten Free Monster Halloween Popcorn – from Recipes from a Pantry. Just 4 ingredients make this fun and spooky treat with candy melts, candy eyes, popcorn and sprinkles.
Monster Halloween Bark – from Urban Bliss Life. Such a fun colorful, and easy Halloween treat to make. It’s a great no-bake activity you can do with the kids, and everyone will love it!
Undead Popcorn – from The TipToe Fairy. Mix crushed OREO cookies, melted chocolate chips, and white chocolate chips into microwaved kettle corn with red candy eyes for a ghoulish treat!
Halloween Cakesicles – from Keep Calm and Eat Ice Cream. Make some deliciously spooky cakesicles to give to all your Halloween friends!
Halloween Twinkie Mummies – from The TipToe Fairy. Use store bought Twinkies with candy eyes and melted white chocolate chips for a little mummy treat!
Halloween Candy Coated Rice Krispies Treats – from Your Better Kitchen. Rice Krispies treats made into colorful Monsters with frosting and melted candy melts.
Spider Web Mini Peach Cobber – from The TipToe Fairy. Mini peach pies made with spider web crusts and then drizzled in a spider web design of white chocolate.
Edible DIY Surprise Inside Halloween Witch Hats – from Mom Foodies. Make a DIY Surprise Witch Hat with an ice cream cone and pizzelle cookies filled with candy treats!
Halloween Caramel Apples – from Ottawa Mommy Club. Make your own caramel apples with this easy tutorial and then add some color with candy melts!
The Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Ding Dong Treats – from The TipToe Fairy. Start with store bought ding dongs and turn them into a frightening treat with black candy melts.
Spider Candy Bark – from The Simple Sweet Life. Make some Halloween-themed chocolate bark with black widow spiders with this easy no-bake recipe.
Frankenstein Halloween Pretzel Rods – from Mimosas & Motherhood. Turn pretzel rods into Frankenstein treats with green and brown candy melts.
Hocus Pocus Spell Book Brownies – from The TipToe Fairy. Celebrate the latest Hocus Pocus movie wtih these spooky delicious Spell Book Brownies.
Eyeball Cake Pops – from This Mama’s Life. Wouldn’t love to stab an eyeball cake pop with a fork and pop in your mouth?
Hocus Pocus Binx Cookies – from Kelly’s Thoughts on Things. See how to make Binx cookies made with Nutter Butters just in time for the new Hocus Pocus movie!
Monster Toe on a Stick – from The TipToe Fairy. Take chocolate-covered Twinkies and put them on a stick with an oozing caramel toenail for a Freaktastic Treat!
Easy Halloween Monster Cake Pops – from The Simple Sweet Life. Candy eyes take these simple cake pops and make them Eerie-sistible!
Black Widow Popcorn – from The TipToe Fairy. This tasty snack is sure to please any creepy crawler with just a few ingredients – chocolate cake mix, red M&Ms, and black candy melts.
Halloween Monster Face Cookies – from Irish American Mom. Turn OREO cookies into cute little monsters with these green monster face cookies made with candy melts and sprinkles.
OREO Mummy Cookies – from Soulfully Made. Golden OREO cookies and white chocolate make these mummies a Faboolous treat!
Red Velvet Spider Cookies – from Kim Schob. Creepy crawly red velvet cookies topped with chocolate chip spiders make for a fangtastic treat.
Sweet & Salty Halloween Bark – from Crystal & Co. Like a little salty with your sweet? Whip up this easy peasy Halloween-themed chocolate bark with sweet candy corn and salty pretzels.
Monster Rice Krispies Pops – from Like Mother, Like Daughter. Put your Rice Krispies Treats on a stick and dip in colored candy melts and add candy eyes for this creeptastic Monster Treats!