Halloween is fun for so many reasons, but it's all about making treats that look like scary critters. Learn how to create treats that you can think twice before taking a bite.
Whether you want spider-coated biscuits or something more fortunate ̵
Jello with Oreo Muck
These worms may not have legs to crawl, but they look super realistic, which is why they are included in our list the scary desserts have done. It may bother you to eat a bite, but do not worry, once you have had a mouthful you will see that they taste so good. You can even take a second helping.
The author will guide you through the steps and teach you how to make realistic-looking worms with straw-type gelatin. You then put them in a cup of crushed Oreo that looks like dirt.
For a little more delicacy, place chocolate pudding in individual cups, then add the Oreo crumbs and finally the worms. Immediately in front of your eyes is a bowl of worm mud. Delicious.
Get the Recipe: Cakes Cottage
Peanut Butter Spider Biscuits
These spider biscuits are a delightful combination of adorable and delicious. If you are not a fan of spiders, you could still get away with doing them. The silly eyeballs contribute to the fact that this seems a little less scary and a little silly.
They learn how to prepare peanut butter cookies from scratch and decorate them with Whoppers sweets and melted chocolate. Enjoy these with the kids – but watch out for peanut allergies.
Get the Recipe: Crafty Morning
These scary creepy-crawlies are super cute and easy to assemble. Kids will love this creative hot dog treat. You need a tube of chilled grissini or croissants, a few hot dogs and potato sticks.
If you roll the dough around hotdogs and stick potato sticks for your legs, you have a tray full of little guys doing a good bite. How smart!
Add one side of ketchup and mustard to the dip, and little kids and adults will love this sweet and frightening snack.
Get the Recipe: Taste of Home  Bloody Red Berry Chocolate Rat Cupcakes
This recipe is a bit more time-consuming, but definitely worth it. The result of these nasty rat cupcakes is remarkable. After making home-made cupcakes from scratch, learn how to prepare the scary rats with strawberries, melted chocolate, sliced almonds and crushed waffle biscuits.
After putting the sliced almonds in your ears, gently pour chocolate over the strawberry and then sprinkle with crushed waffle biscuits. Add small eyes and teeth, and you have a strangely delicious, but frightening dessert.
Get this recipe: 6 Bitter Sweets
Before you make these cool-looking biscuits, you need to find some plastic insects and wash and dry them thoroughly. A little online shopping or a trip to Walmart should make it.
After you have made the cookie dough and molded fossil stone molds, emboss the cookie dough with flour-dusted insects. Before you know it, you have realistic-looking fossils to nibble on.
Get the Recipe: Martha Stewart
Dumb apple bites
These little snacks do not crawl, but they're downright scary and smart. In this recipe, you quarter apple slices and use sunflower seeds as teeth. Add your strawberry slices and some silly eyeballs, and you'll get a funny treat.
If you're going to a kid-friendly Halloween party this year, this would be a great dessert. When you make them, involve the children in the preparation of food and teach them one or two things.
Get the Recipe: Fork and Beans
Spider Chocolate Chip Cookies
Would you ever eat a cookie with a bunch of tiny spiders? What if they were delicious chocolate spiders? This recipe is hilarious and the idea behind it is simple but ingenious. Unless you have arachnophobia because it looks pretty realistic.
All you have to do is make chocolate biscuits (recipe included) and then find the big visible chocolate biscuits. Whistle tiny legs and a head at every visible piece of chocolate, and the result will be pretty scary – that is, when spiders scare you.
Get the Recipe: Hunger Events
If You Want If you're attending a Halloween party this year, we've put together a few of our most popular edible critter-look alikes for you. We hope you enjoy it.