8 Spooky Treats Sure to Bring the Scare This Halloween

10.19.18 - BY RSVP International


It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Halloween!

Okay, so that phrase is normally reserved for Christmas, but if you’re anything like us here at RSVP International, a little bit of Hocus Pocus is just what the witch doctor ordered.

Hocus Pocus Halloween

Of course, one of the most fun parts about Halloween are the spooky treats! Here are our top 8 favorite treats from RSVP. Buckle up and let’s get creepy!


1. vampire bite sugar cookies


These special tiny cookies are blood-suckingly delicious. But don’t worry, the filling is just raspberry jam. Find the recipe here.


2. Caramel Apple Mummies

Caramel Apple Mummies

These caramel apple mummies are dipped in chocolate and drizzled with caramel and white chocolate marshmallow. A fun little Halloween treat! Find the recipe here.

3. Blood orange apple Cider Sangria

Juice from blood oranges and a dark red wine make this Blood Orange Apple Cider Sangria a magical brew of the creepiest concoctions. It helps that it’s also amazingly delicious! Find the recipe here.


4. Candy Corn Cream Cheese Brownies

Halloween means it’s time to eat candy corn and make brownies! Let’s combine them to make Candy Corn Cream Cheese Brownies. And even though not everyone feels the same way about candy corn, this recipe will win over even the most die hard candy corn naysayer. Find the recipe here.


5. Witches Wands

These simple little wands are easy to make. Melt colored candy melts in the microwave or over a double boiler, then dip pretzel sticks into it. Sprinkle with fun Halloween-themed sprinkles and let harden.
Pro-tip: Add a small spoonful of Crisco to the candy melt for a shiny finish or to reconstitute it if it’s seized. Easy and so delicious!


6. Breadstick Rattle Snakes

Breadstick Rattle Snakes

The easiest little critters you can make for a fun and festive treat. These Breadstick Rattle Snakes are great for dipping in soups and sauces, or eating on their own. Find the recipe here.

7. Spooky Spaetzle with Squid Ink

Squid Ink Spaetzle

Adding squid ink to your pasta and breads gives it a salty and slightly briny flavor. Try it in this recipe for Squid Ink Spaetzle for extra oomph and eek this Halloween for the perfect dinner party main dish. Find the recipe here.


8. Pumpkin Deviled eggs

Not all Halloween food has to be scary. These Pumpkin deviled eggs are cute and make the perfect appetizer for any Fall-themed party! Find the recipe here.



Let us know how your Halloween treats turned out by tagging us on Instagram or Facebook using #spookyrsvp!