Today I have partnered with Joann Fabric and Crafts Stores and Wilton Prodcuts to bring you the 13 Days of Sweet Halloween Treats, I am sharing some Easy Halloween Treats that will have your sweet tooth ghoulishly excited!

Halloween Treats from thatswhatchesaid.net

I love Halloween, do you?  Part of the reason I love it so is because it’s the first holiday of fall!  Not to mention it’s a holiday filled with sweets and who doesn’t love sweets?  I was so excited to join these other amazing bloggers as a part of the 13 Days of Sweet Halloween Treats series hosted by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft stores and featuring Wilton Products.

JoAnn Sweet Treats

If you have ever baked in your life, chances are you have some Wilton products in your home already.  They happened to send me a big box of goodies that I can’t get enough of!  You will be sure to see a few more treat ideas from me with some of the products!  I love them!  You will too!

Easy Halloween Treats:

Halloween Pretzel Treats

Halloween Pretzel Stick Treat Idea at thatswhatchesaid.net

Supplies You’ll need for Halloween Pretzel Sticks:

Simple Pretzel Halloweet Treats

I started out by melting the candy melts according to the package directions in my microwave.  Then, with the help of a spoon, I covered about 1/3 of the pretzel.

Easy Pretzel Sticks using Candy Melts

While the candy melt is still wet completely cover with sprinkles.  I used a dish below to catch the run off and then used that run off to fill in my pretzel.

Easy Halloween treats using Wilton Supplies

Let dry standing up in a glass or flat on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet!

Candied Pretzel Sticks at thatswhatchesaid.net

Simple Halloween Treat Ideas

For my next three treats I used Jumbo Marshmallows!  These little ghost pops are so fun and with the Wilton Food Writer, your little ones can help with this treat!

Ghost Pops

Marshmallow Ghost Pops

 Supplies You’ll Need for Ghost Pops:

Insert the sticks into the Giant Marshmallows

Assemble Marshmallow on Pop

Use the Food Writer marker to draw on faces!

Easy Ghost Pops from Marshmallows

Marshmallow Ghost Pops

Pumpkin Marshmallows

Easy Halloween Treat Ideas

Supplies You’ll Need for Pumpkin Marshmallows:

The pumpkins I simply used the orange and black candy melts along with a green chocolate candy!  Really easy!  I waited until the orange was completely dry before I drew on the faces.  A little orange melt was used to secure the stem.  Pop them each in a Halloween Cupcake Wrapper.

Marshmallow Eyeballs

Eyeball Marshmallow treats with thatswhatchesaid.net

Supplies You’ll Need for Marshmallow Eyeballs:

I used a small dab of candy melt to secure the candy eye on the marshmallow.  Using the red food writer marker, I drew some extra bloodshots across the eyes.  Then I placed in small cupcake liners to serve.

Easy Halloween Treat Ideas at thatswhatchesaid

It was so much fun to be a part of this series. I hope this inspires you to make a few really quick and easy Halloween Treats!   Shipping is free for orders over $60!

You can also check out all my Halloween Projects including crafts, decor, free printables, fonts and more!

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23 Comments
  1. Aleah and Nick

    Talk about perfectly festive ideas – those pretzel sticks are going on our Halloween party menu!

  2. These are adorable Cheryl!!! My kids would love to make these! Adding them to my list of must dos! ;)

  3. Everything looks so fun and festive!! Very FUN!

  4. Super fun and festive sweet treats! Loving the food writer!

  5. These are all so fun! I have made the pretzel sticks before. I love how easy they are and how you can ‘match’ them to the holiday. I am loving those ghost marshmallows too! I might have to do that for my kiddo’s Halloween birthday!

  6. What fun! I just love Halloween! I wish we lived in a neighborhood sometimes to have trick or treaters! ~Christy

    • Well if we lived closer you could totally come pass out candy with me :)

  7. So cute Cheryl! And I love how easy it all is – you could whip together a Halloween party in time! Thanks so much for sharing :)

  8. Those are so stinking cute! I will have to make some for our kid’s halloween party!!!

  9. Sharon

    What cute, fun ideas! My favorite is the ghost pop…any excuse to eat marshmallows! :)

    • Thanks Sharon! I love those too! So easy and the kids can draw their own faces on :)

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