Spooky Desserts

Make your next Halloween party one for the books with a dessert that combines tricks and treats in a way that’ll surprise even your closest loved ones!

Every year on Halloween, friends and family gather to share spooky stories and delicious food. Make your next Halloween party one for the books with a dessert that combines tricks and treats in a way that’ll surprise even your closest loved ones! Using parchment paper and disposable bakeware pans, you can easily prepare sweet snacks that look simple on the outside, but reveal seasonal colors, ghastly shapes and delicious flavors when you cut into them and serve them to your guests.

Here are five ways to make your next Halloween gathering as spooky – and as sweet – as ever:

  1. Witch’s Hat Pound Cake
  2. Green Tea Cobweb Cake

Edible Broomsticks

What You’ll Need:

  • Phyllo dough
  • Pretzel sticks
  • Chocolate or caramel for drizzling

How to Make:

These tasty and adorable broomsticks will do way more than help you clean up a mess! Take several layers of phyllo dough and use scissors to make multiple cuts in the same direction. Then, use another layer of dough to wrap the shredded pieces around a pretzel stick. Finish your broomsticks by drizzling melted chocolate or caramel sauce on top, and enjoy!

Trick or Treat Layered Brownies

What You’ll Need:

  • Brownie batter
  • Blondie batter
  • Orange food coloring
  • Powdered sugar

How to Make:

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Classic Halloween colors make these layered brownies a sight to behold. Add orange food coloring to blondie batter, then layer brownie batter on top for a beautiful swirled look. Top with powdered sugar, and as a bonus, cut the shape of a bat out of parchment paper for a festive design that turns an ordinary dessert into something fit for a party!

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