Halloween is a great time to go all out with decorations, costumes, and of course food! Spiders are super spooky and are a perfect theme for this time of year. They’re a popular food shape to make for treats because they’re two basic shapes- balls and sticks. We found 8 spooky but delicious spider treats to wow your children and friends this Halloween.

1. Spider Cupcakes.

These spooky cupcakes have the spider legs and head drawn on the plate with icing.

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2. Spider Sandwiches.

Use flat bread for a skinny spider. Fill it with your favorite combination and stick little pretzels or carrots out the side for the legs.

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3. Spider Chocolate Melts.

Like the Christmas classic pecan melt treat, these spiders are made from nuts, caramel, and yummy chocolate.

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4. Spider Rice Krispie Treats.

Roll your rice krispies into balls to make the spider bodies. These are great after school snacks for children.

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5. Spider Cakes.

Chocolate covered pretzels make the legs to these cute spider cakes.

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6. Spider Chocolates.

Use a piping bag full of chocolate to make these adorable spider treats.

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7. Spider Dip.

Use biscuit dough and shape the spider while it’s raw. Bake and carve out the body to make this delicious spider bowl. It’s perfect for salsa or spinach dip.

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8. Spider Licorice Cupcakes.

Use ingredients you already have to make these simple cupcakes. Licorice rope makes the legs and a chocolate button or cookie can form the body.

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If you want to know the best cupcake shop in any major city in America, just ask Angela. This girl knows her sweets, and she isn't shy about letting you know that your german chocolate cake needs more chocolate. If you want to find Angela on any given day, she's probably looking up reviews to decide where to grab lunch, or in her downtime, binge-watching the latest 'it-series' on Netflix.

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