Boo-licious Halloween recipes

Want to know the trick to the perfect Halloween treat? These sweet ideas will scare up a crowd at your festive gathering.


Peanut Butter Caramel Apples test

When it comes to something sweet, caramel apples are a Halloween tradition. Our gooey and crunchy recipe combines melted caramels and Peter Pan peanut butter. Crushed pretzels add a crunchy finish.

Graveyard Pudding Cups

test These Snack Pack pudding cups are transformed into a delightful “final stop” by adding peanut butter sandwich cookies that double as tombstones. You can use crumbled brownies and green sprinkles to decorate your pudding graveyard.


Frankenstein Popcorn “Brain”


test Your party goers will lose their minds over this frightening popcorn treat. Use a green-colored blend of marshmallows and Parkay® to form the popcorn “brain” shape, then layer cherry-flavored candy twists on top to bring your creation to life!

“Dirt” Dessert Cups


Halloween makes it socially acceptable to enjoy a “dirt-topped” pudding cup with a worm crawling out. Just crumble a few chocolate sandwich cookies for your dirt and be sure your worm is of the gummy variety. 

Ooey-Gooey Popcorn Balls

test Vampires won’t be the only ones looking for a bite of these popcorn balls. Once you’ve popped up the Orville Redenbacher’s® popcorn in the microwave, the fun really begins. The coating for these popcorn balls is a blend of marshmallows, vanilla extract and butter.

Halloween Pumpkin Pudding Cups


No need to carve a Jack-O-Lantern when you can make these pudding treats with real pumpkin flavor. A blend of Snack Pack vanilla pudding with pumpkin, cream cheese and spices is bursting with seasonal flavor, while a pretzel rod and mint sprig on top serve as the stem and leaf.

Salted Caramel Popcorn Bars


Sweet and salty go together like a witch and a broom. The recipe for these salted caramel bars starts with Orville Redenbacher’s Simply Salted microwave popcorn, coated with a tempting mix of caramel, peanut butter, marshmallows and pretzels. Once they’re cooled, time to enjoy!

Spooky Eyeball Pudding


All eyes will be on this layered dessert, certain to be the spooky center of attention. After you’ve layered a blend of chocolate pudding mixed with peanut butter, crushed chocolate sandwich cookies and orange-colored vanilla pudding, it’s time for the eye-opening topper. Use red and black gel on a halved chocolate sandwich cookie for a look that will catch everyone’s eye.

Candy Corn Butterscotch Pudding Cups


October is the time to harvest candy corns, and making a pudding version of the candy classic is a snap. Fill your cup with crushed pineapple, then add Snack Pack Butterscotch pudding and top with mini marshmallows.