DIY Treats to Satisfy Your Halloween Cravings

Ghost Pops


Courtesy: Feeling Stitchy

Materials needed:

Lollipops (substitute Tootsie Pops or Blow Pops for a larger ghost)


Twist Ties or Ribbon



1.      Wrap a tissue around a lollipop

2.      Tie a twist tie or a ribbon underneath the base of the lollipop

3.      Use a Sharpie to draw two eyes and a circle mouth

4.      Hand out your adorable ghost pop!


Monster Eye Ball Rice Krispie Treats

Courtesy: Two Sisters Crafting


Materials Needed:

2 Cups Rice Krispies Cereal

2 Tablespoons Butter

2 Cups Mini Marshmallows

Food Coloring

Candy Eyeballs 


1.      Make a batch of Rice Krispie treat mixture, using two tablespoons of butter, two cups of mini marshmallows, a few drops of the food coloring of your choice, and two cups of cereal

2.      Take chunks of the mixture and roll them into balls

3.      Press a candy eyeball into the Rice Krispie ball

4.      Serve your monster eyeballs in a display of your choice!


Banana Ghosts and Tangerine Pumpkins

Courtesy: Creative Healthy Family


Materials Needed:



Mini Chocolate Chips

Regular Sized Chocolate Chips

Celery Sticks


1.      Cut the ends of the bananas off

2.      Use mini chocolate chips for the eyes and regular chocolate chips for the mouth. Place them accordingly on the top end of the banana

3.      Peel tangerines

4.      Place celery sticks on the top of the tangerines

5.      Arrange your treats on a plate and serve!


Candy Corn Cocktail

Courtesy: TammiLee Tips


Materials Needed:

1 ½ oz Smirnoff Whipped Cream Vodka

3 oz Sour Mix

2 oz Pineapple Juice

½ oz Grenadine

Whipped Cream

Cocktail Glass




1.      Combine Smirnoff whipped cream vodka, sour mix, pineapple juice, and ice. Shake mixture in your shaker.

2.      Pour into glass.

3.      Pour grenadine into the glass, so that it settles at the bottom

4.      Put the finishing touches on your cocktail by adding a layer of whipped cream to the top

5.      Drink Responsibly!


Throwing Up Pumpkin Dip

Courtesy: Easy Day 


Materials Needed: 

Baby Pumpkin


Premade Dip





1.      Carve eyes and a mouth into a baby pumpkin

2.      Spread dip across a plate, as if the pumpkin was throwing it up, as shown in the above picture

3.      Place crackers on each side of the row of dip

4.      Enjoy!

 Recipes courtesy of Two Sisters Crafting, Creative Healthy Family, and TammiLee Tips.