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Halloween Themed Treats

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Halloween is just around the corner and that means parties, costumes, and lots of tasty treats! Whether you are planning on throwing a Halloween party at your apartment or just want to make some tasty treats to show off on your Instagram account, the Randolph Towers Blog is here to share a few ideas with residents of our Arlington, VA apartment community.

Banana Mummies from Woman’s Day

These banana mummies on a stick will be the hit of any Halloween party. With some peeled bananas, white chocolate, milk chocolate, lollipop sticks or skewers, and some mini M&M’s you can turn your favorite fruit into a tasty mummy.

Cobweb Brownies from Delish

These brownies are topped with a melted marshmallow icing that creates the illusion of cobwebs. Get your chocolate fix with these festive brownies.

Dracula’s Dentures from The Girl Who Ate Everything

This fun treat is made with chocolate chip cookies split in half, red colored frosting, mini marshmallows, and almond slivers. They look like a pair of dentures with vampire fangs, but taste like a delicious frosted cookie.

Strawberry Ghosts from Taste of Home

Fresh, juicy strawberries dipped in white chocolate with spooky faces drawn on with melted milk chocolate look like little ghosts. Kids will absolutely love them, and the adults too. Ingredients needed: fresh strawberries, white baking chocolate, shortening, almond extract, and mini semi-sweet chocolate chips.

Peanut Butter Spider Cookies from Mommy Musings

Chocolate and peanut butter come together in this cookie that is perfect for any Halloween party. Cute and creepy, these peanut butter cookies are topped with mini Reese’s peanut butter cups to form the body of the spider and chocolate frosting for the legs. Candy eyes complete the look.

Halloween Candy Bark from I Heart Naptime

This candy bark is super easy to make and is the perfect combination of salty and sweet. To make it you will need these ingredients: vanilla or chocolate almond bark, M&M’s, candy corn, crushed Oreos, sprinkles, nuts, crushed pretzels, candy eyeballs, and any other Halloween candy you want to throw in the mix.

What is your favorite Halloween themed treat? Share the recipe with us in the comments. We hope you have a safe and fun Halloween!