Halloween is all about the treats, because let’s face it, without them you’re just dressing up in weird clothing and creepily going door to door visiting strangers for no reason. In my humble opinion, there are only really two times a year when it’s perfectly acceptable to stuff your face with sugar like there’s no tomorrow. The first is Christmas (did someone say cookies?) and the second is Halloween. There won’t be any problem stuffing your face with ooey, sticky sweet rice krispie treats once you check out all these amazing ways to dress them up for the spooky season.
Realistically, you could use this cute pumpkin rice krispie treats recipe for Halloween and again for Thanksgiving, because you can never have enough rice krispie treats!
http://www.yummyhealthyeasy.com/2013/09/easy-pumpkin-krispies-treats.html Photo by: Yummy Healthy Easy
Channel your inner mad-scientist and bring these little Frankensteins to life in your kitchen this Halloween!
http://www.bigbearswife.com/frankenstein-rice-krispie-treats/ Photo by: Big Bear’s Wife
Well this proves that there is a way to make no-bake pumpkin pie in minutes! Serve with a side of whipped cream for that extra classy touch.
http://www.justataste.com/pumpkin-pie-rice-krispies-treats-recipe/ Photo by: Just a Taste
If you’re one of those people who doesn’t like candy corn, first of all, you’re crazy! Second, we think you should try these rice krispie treat versions and then make up your mind.
http://pintsizedtreasures.com/chocolate-dipped-candy-corn-treats/ Photo by: Pint Sized Treasures
These adorable little witch hat rice krispie treats will make a perfect addition to your Halloween party, and you can make them and spooky color that you choose!
http://www.twosisterscrafting.com/rice-krispie-treats-witch-hats/ Photo by: Two Sisters Crafting
Not all Halloween treats have to be about blood and gore, these cute little monsters will make the perfect treat for your little monsters on Halloween night.
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Then again, if you do want to go the scary route for your Halloween treats, there are plenty of options, like these deliciously-disgusting rice krispie treat brains.
http://leftbraincraftbrain.com/2015/10/05/rice-krispy-treat-brains/ Photo by: Left Brain Craft Brain
These Halloween ghost pops couldn’t be any easier. Simply cut your rice krispie treats into ghost shapes, dip in melted white chocolate, add some spooky eyes and pop them on a stick!
http://www.theidearoom.net/2011/10/rice-krispie-barhalloween-ghosts.html Photo by: The Idea Room
Let’s face it, sometimes vanilla is just so…vanilla. Shake up your rice krispie treats for Halloween with the addition of chocolate and some fun Halloween sprinkle decorations!
http://www.the36thavenue.com/halloween-rice-krispie-treats/ Photo by: The 36th Avenue
Wondering what to do with all that leftover Halloween candy? Chop up all those little chocolate bars and stir them into your rice krispie treats for an over-the top treat that’s sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!
http://www.littledairyontheprairie.com/halloween-candy-krispy-treats/ Photo by: Little Dairy on the Prairie
All you really need for these little batty treats is a bat-shaped cookie cutter and some black icing. Alternatively, you could also dip your rice krispie bats in dark chocolate!
http://divinelifestyle.com/bat-rice-krispies-treats-recipe/#_a5y_p=4382627 Photo by: Divine Lifestyle
We all know how well peanut butter goes with rice krispies, so it’s only natural to chop up those Reese’s peanut butter cups and make these yummy Reese’s Krispie Balls.
http://www.ohsweetbasil.com/reeses-krispies.html Photo by: Oh Sweet Basil
For a Halloween treat that’s one part spooky, two parts adorable and all parts delicious, try making a batch of these rice krispie mummies.
http://www.willcookforsmiles.com/2013/09/double-chocolate-rice-krispie-mummies.html Photo by: Will Cook For Smiles
Getting back to the freaky food ideas, these gruesome severed fingers might not look very appetizing but don’t let them fool you, they’re just a sweet treat in disguise!
http://www.epicuricloud.com/blog/2015/10/22/crispy-witches-fingers-recipe-and-tutorial Photo by: Epicuricloud
If you want to try out your rice krispie sculpting skills, try your hand at these spooky krispie skulls this Halloween. You can even decorate them after getting the shape to make them extra creepy!
http://www.jensjustdesserts.co.uk/2012/10/01/just-in-time-for-halloween-rice-krispie-treat-rkt-skulls/ Photo by: Jen’s Just Desserts