Halloween Candy Recipes, page 2

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Frightful Fingers — This is especially frightful when using green and black jelly beans!
Ghost Pops
Ghostly Good Caramel Apples
Ghosts on Broomsticks
Gourmet Chocolate-Covered Apples
Halloween Candy Tree
Halloween Dipped Marshmallow Puffs photo — Marshmallows aren’t just for campfires anymore. Decorate these Dipped Marshmallow Pops for a fun Halloween treat. And you can change the sprinkle colors to match any season.
Halloween Fudge photo — In the event that the Halloween jaunt doesn't bring in a good haul, best have this white chocolate and cream cheese fudge firming up in the fridge!
Hootin' Halloween Fudge photo — Grab some of those fun-size candy bars from the kids' Halloween bags to make this sprinkle-bedazzled white chocolate fudge.
Howlin' Candy Corn Cookie Bark photo
Indian Corn on a Stick — This fun fall treat looks like colorful Indian corn.
Jack Horner Caramel Apples — Children's favorite caramel apples made with sweetened condensed milk.
Jellied Worms
Magic Wands
Marshmallow Mummies
Monster Tongues (Easy Marshmallow Pinwheels) photo — Kids love this easy treat! A mixture of marshmallows melted in flavored gelatin is chilled in a pan, then rolled up and sliced into wiggly pinwheels.
Orange Haystacks
Pumpkin Caramels
Rainbow Candy Apples
Red Candied Apples — These are like the ones sold at fairs, carnivals and outdoor festivals.
Rock Monsters photo — These Rock Monsters hide in chocolate-covered mini fillo shells.
Rocky Road Halloween Squares
Seedy Caramel Nuggets
Spiced Pumpkin Fudge
Spooktacular Spoons photo — These spoons are perfect for Halloween party bags or for handing out to trick-or-treaters.
Stick 'Em Up Apples
Sugar Skulls photo
Vampire Blood Fudge
Zombie Eyeballs photo — These Zombie Eyeballs are almost too scary to eat!

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