Yoobi Roundup: 5 Spine-Tingling Treats for Halloween

The common question in October is “What are you going to be for Halloween?”. We think the better question is “What are we going to EAT for Halloween?”. Whether you’re hosting a scary movie night with friends or planning family game night, spooky treats are so important for the ambiance…and everyone’s sweet tooth. We round up our favorite Halloween treats by some talented food bloggers!


Mummy Brownies

Courtesy of Pretty Providence

These mummy brownies by Pretty Providence are almost too cute to eat! Round up your kiddos this weekend to help create this simple and fun recipe. Bring the mummies to life with some googly eyes, and they’re bound to be a hit at any Halloween party!


DIY No-Bake Ghosts Pops

Courtesy of SharonBeMakinStuff

Easy to make AND cute at the same time? Count us in! These Ghost Pops call for melted white chocolate, coconut flakes, lollipop sticks, bananas, and chocolate drops for ghouly faces – no oven needed. Watch how to make these spooky lil’ pops here.


Dark Chocolate Halloween Chip Cookies

Courtesy of House of Nash Eats

Since Halloween colors are spooky enough, why not make simple cookies out of orange, white, and black without any intricate decorations, like piping? This cookie recipe by House of Nash Eats is the best bet for busy mamas who love to be creative under minimal time.


Spider Web Cake


Courtesy of Liv for Cake

If you have any friends with a Halloween birthday, surprise her with this spider web cake by Live for Cake and watch their mouth drop to the floor. This intricate cake takes a total of 2.5 hours to complete, but the end result will have friends and family spinning for more!


Mini Chocolate Bat Bites

Courtesy of Chelsea’s Messy Apron

With only 4 ingredients to make these mini bats, your family will have so much fun creating (and eating). Side note: googly eyes make all the difference in the world!