Welcome to Little Red Bear’s special “Happy Halloween Spooktacularly Good Recipes — Volume II.”
Last year’s Halloween Treat Recipes were so well received that Little Red Bear felt we should do it again. If you missed last year’s “Halloween Spooktacularly Good Recipes”, simply tap here to find more fun Halloween recipes and ideas!
It’s Autumn and October,
Frightful things will soon be waking,
Rising from restless graveyard slumbers,
Craving tasty treats left for their taking!
So gather ye ‘round for recipes,
See what kitchen witches have in store,
‘Tis time to fire up kettles and cauldrons,
Ere hungry ghosts and ghouls be at the door!
Trust us. Being fans of eggs best used in omelets and toilet paper best stored in the linen closet and not on trees, it’s best to be prepared when little goblins come knocking on Halloween.
Some little treat and candy-craving spirits handle disappointment better than others. And you really do not want to be in the position of having to hand out pennies.
Or rocks. Always try to avoid being in the position of having to resort to handing out rocks. Even if they are the fancy painted ones going around so popularly nowadays. No rocks. Treats are always well received.
Accordingly then, here is an assortment of Halloween goodies to appease both adult partygoers and those wandering little treat-seekers that come knocking at the door on Halloween night. Simply tap on either the link or image to find a recipe.
Proceed on, stirring spoon and bowl in hand if you have the courage, for spookily delightful Halloween recipes unearthed by Little Red Bear and his friends.
Halloween Ghost Pancakes
How to start a Halloween morning? With Ghost Pancakes, of course! Featuring orange pancakes, a special dark chocolate ganache, and whipped cream ghosts.
Halloween Ghost Pancakes by The Novice Chef
Screaming Chocolate Pretzels
These chocolate-covered pretzels will be “howling” for attention at your Halloween party this year!
Screaming Chocolate Pretzels by Fun 365 Oriental Trading
Rice Krispie Treat Monsters
These cute little Rice Krispie Treat Monsters will be a colorful fun favorite for little ones and perfectly sized for small hands!
Rice Krispie Treat Monsters by “One Little Project At A Time”
Apple Pie Caramel Apples
Caramel Apples were a Halloween staple growing up in the midwest years ago. This recipe takes them to a whole new Apple Pie level for the Autumn Season, beginning with a caramel coating covered by a luscious layer of white chocolate, then rolled in a Cinnamon-Sugar mixture and drizzled with more white chocolate! If caramel apples were a treat years ago, then this new version is treat-a-licious!
Apple Pie Caramel Apples by Leigh Anne Wilkes , “Your Homebased Mom”
Reese’s Peanut Butter Captain Crunch Bars
Made with peanut butter, marshmallows, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, and Captain Crunch cereal, topped with Reese’s Peanut Butter Pieces. I love Halloween!
Reese’s Peanut Butter Captain Crunch Bars by This Is Not Diet Food
Everyone loves Halloween for different reasons. For me, the approach of Halloween each year ushers in the arrival of Candy Corn Season! Like the poor little innocent but polarizing Peeps at Easter, varying opinions aside, I am an unapologetic lover of Candy Corn, and here are three Candy Corn inspired recipes for you too, if so inclined.
Candy Corn Swirled Fudge
If Michelangelo could have found Candy Corn Swirled Marble similar to this gorgeous fudge, just think of the masterpieces he could have created. As it is, we still have the fudge, and that works for me!
Candy Corn Swirled Fudge by The Café Sucre Farine
Candy Corn Poke Cake
Made in a 9″ x 13″ sheet cake pan, this simple but beautiful cake will serve many and is certain to be a talked about highlight of any Halloween event! Keep the recipe handy for when guests inquire.
Candy Corn Poke Cake by Wine and Glue
Candy Corn Jello
Candy Corn Jello? Oh, someone pinch me — I must be dreaming!
Candy Corn Jello by Cincy Shopper
Peeping Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cute little Chocolate Chip Sandwich Monster Cookies for little ghosts and goblins!
Peeping Chocolate Chip Cookies by Cadbury Kitchen
If you have been patiently waiting for a Pumpkin related recipe, your time has come! Pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice baked into a blondie bar for Autumn get-togethers and Halloween treats! Don’t you just love Autumn?
Pumpkin Blondies by Cookies & Cups
Witch’s Brew Brownies
If we have Blondies, then the Brownies cannot be far behind! Add all sorts of spooky and leftover candy toppings to these brownies to make them extra special.
Witch’s Brew Brownies by Home Made Interest
Great Pumpkin Cake
Everyone who follows me on Facebook and other sites knows that I am a life-long fan of the “Peanuts” comic strip by Charles Schulz, featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, and the gang.
And of course, Linus, who each year spends Halloween night in a pumpkin patch foregoing trick or treating with his friends to await the arrival of the Great Pumpkin, who arises each year from the most sincere pumpkin patch to then fly around handing out toys to sincere and believing children on Halloween. It goes without saying that Linus is the only one who believes in the Great Pumpkin, yet remains steadfast in his beliefs and undaunted in his support, despite the withering criticism of others.
So, how could we not share a Great Pumpkin Cake for faithful Linus and Halloween this year?!? Hint — You will need your most sincere fluted tube pan for this one!
Great Pumpkin Cake by Kraft Recipes
With a brownie bottom and orange cake mix layer, these colorful cupcakes will be a Halloween party treat! Be sure to add a candy pumpkin or sprinkles on top!
Brownie Cupcakes by Two Sisters Crafting
Boozy Pumpkin Milkshake
No longer the sole domain of youngsters, it seems that each year an increasing number of adults from all age groups seek to reclaim Halloween celebrations and fun. The treats may have taken on a new flavor or two over the years, however. Here is a little something for the older treat-seekers. One may find several other party ideas on this site, as well. Just please remember to celebrate responsibly.
Boozy Pumpkin Milkshake by Wine and Glue
As we have endeavored to point out, Hungry Halloween Spirits and Goblins are certainly nothing to be trifled with. Unless your trifle happens to contain a number of Halloween goodies inside it, of course!
Halloween Trifle by Dancing Through The Rain
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When out this Halloween, please remember to celebrate safely, drive carefully in neighborhoods, and watch for little ones on the roadways who most likely will not be watching out for you while rushing to the next candy stop.
And remember, if you happen across an unattended broomstick on Halloween, just leave it be. We’ll talk more about that another time in our upcoming “Interview With A Witch”. Until then, just ignore the broom and pass on by. Witches are not fond of walking, and we’ll simply leave it at that for now. Watch for the interview here soon!
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Happy Halloween to everyone! Fire up the wood stoves and let the holiday candy and treat making begin! — Jim (and Red!)
“Halloween isn’t just about candies and treats. No, wait — of course, it is.” — Little Red Bear
“A candy a day keeps the monsters under the bed away.” — Cinnamon Charlie
“A grandmother pretends she doesn’t know who you are on Halloween.” — Erma Bombeck
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5 thoughts on ““Little Red Bear’s — Happy Halloween Spooktacularly Good Recipes Special II””
Thanks for your note and update from Little Red Bear.
A rock may disappoint a little one, not to mention break a tooth, so I think it’s safe to say, no rocks. 🙂
I’ll save those for future seek and hide treasures.
Have a great day!
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I do not spend a lot of time in the Candy Aisle myself, but now seem to recall a candy named “Pop Rocks” from when the kids were small. It was formed with carbon dioxide as I recall, and when put in the mouth the saliva would dissolve the sugars and set the carbon dioxide bubbles free, crackling and fizzing in one’s mouth. Forgot all about those. Maybe we should add a “Pop Rocks” exemption to the “No Rocks at Halloween” clause next year. LOL! Great fun! Cheers, Rosie! 😀
Pop Rocks it is! What fun! 🙂
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Loved this Halloween post James!
You gave me a chuckled on the rocks, Okay, no rocks, not even the pretty ones. Ha!
Candy Corn was my favorite candy growing up and has given me the best Halloween memories when trick or tricking.
Which one of your recipes do I pick first? They look fantastic!
I cannot wait to hear the interview with the Witch! Oh my, will that be a fun one!
Thanks for your great post and getting us all in the spirit for Halloween.
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Thanks for visiting, Rosie! As it turned out, the “painted rocks” comment was a late edit addition after Little Red Bear saw your recent post about rock painting and wanted to make sure we had all the “rock bases” covered. I am wondering if maybe Red received a rock or two himself years ago since he seems so sensitive on the subject, although just speculation of course since he will neither confirm nor deny. 🤠🐻