top 5 spookiest party desserts

candyapplesHalloween and Pinterest, you go together like poison and candy apples (strictly in the fairytale sense, of course).

Here are my top five finds for party goodies that are sure to satisfy your ghoulish guests!

pudding1. Pumpkin Graveyard Parfaits.

fingers2. Witches Fingers Cookies.

apples3. Poison Toffee Apples.

brownies4. Boo Brownies.

cupcakes5. Broken Glass Cupcakes.

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7 Comments

  1. Hey….these look scrumptious (SPELLING?)…except for those green fingers which are…creative! :)

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  2. Oooh! Gotta pass these on to my baking friends!

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  3. These all look delicious, I was just looking for some yummy Halloween treats to make…I guess I found them!! :D
    Thanks for the comment on my blog, I followed you back, lovely blog! x :)

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  4. Let’s just merge our blogs together so people can have more inspiration and suggestions hahahahahaha. Those black apples look amazing. Picture yourself wearing a snow white outfit with one of those in your hand. LOL

    Great article girl!! xoxox

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  5. Coffeeandfoxes

     /  10/28/2015

    Those fingers are creepy!

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