Halloween Baked Treats That Are To Die For

Halloween Baked Treats That Are To Die For


The end of October isn’t just Halloween season, it is also midterm season. Here at The Campus Crop, we understand how stressful this time of the quarter can be. We all have our different ways to de-stress, but have you tried baking to relieve your stress?

Ring in the Halloween season and take a break from studying by whipping up some of these adorably delicious baked Halloween treats!

Mummy Pumpkin CookiesPhoto of mummy pumpkin cookies lined up on parchment paper. Image via omgchocolatedesserts.com

These adorable mini mummies are like pie in cookie form! This recipe gives you the option to make homemade pie crust or use refrigerated crust if you’re in a time crunch. If you love pumpkin pie and want to put a spooky twist on the fall classic, try this recipe!

Black Velvet Whoopie PiesPhoto of stacks of black velvet whoopie pies with bright orange filling.
Image via iambaker.net

If you’re looking for a more minimalistic Halloween dessert, try baking these eerily elegant whoopie piesWhoopie pies consist of two insanely fluffy, cake-like cookies holding together delicious cream. Make sure you have plenty of food coloring on deck for this dessert!

Cauldron CupsPhoto of cauldron cups with green and purple frosting with pretzel sticks as brooms.
Image via tornadoughalli.com

If you’re short on time or are looking for an easy recipe, try out these brownie cauldrons! You can use a box brownie mix to save time and create these charming treats!

Peanut Butter Spider CookiesClose-up photo of peanut butter cookies with candy spiders with eyes on top.Image via mommymusings.com

This twist on the classic peanut butter cookie is a cute way to incorporate the Halloween spirit into your baking! You can top this cookie with a Reese’s or any other chocolate candy to resemble the body of your crawling critter!

Candy Corn BlondiesPhoto of cut up candy corn blondies on parchment paper and scattered candy corn around it.Image via wholefully.com

We know there’s much debate about whether candy corn is awesome or awful, but deep down, we know there is no taste that screams Halloween like this candy. With these blondies, the candy corn melts as you bake it, creating a gooey and undeniably sweet taste you’ll love!

Caramel Apple Crisp Cheesecake BarsClose up photos of caramel cheesecake bars with caramel dripping down themImage via sugarapron.com

Whether you hate the taste of pumpkin or just need a break from pumpkin spice everything, enjoy these cheesecake bars while still getting your fall flavor fix. These bars consist of a graham/oat crust, cheesecake middle layer, an apple crisp topping and a caramel topping. This symphony of fall flavors is calling your name!

Halloween Sugar Cookie BarsPhoto of a stack of sugar cookie bars with light orange frosting and black bat sprinkles on top.Image via cupcakediaries.com

You can never go wrong with a sugar cookie, so why not mix it up and try these sugar cookie bars for a change? The ingredients are almost identical to what you would find in your average sugar cookie recipe. Just decorate with orange frosting and some Halloween sprinkles to keep the Halloween theme!

What are some of your favorite Halloween treats to bake? Let us know by using the hashtag #CampusCropChat on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Don’t forget to follow us on Snapchat @ASICPP!