Celebrate with these delicious and easy-to-make Halloween desserts.
This Halloween, leave the crazy candied desserts for the kids. Your adult guests will appreciate these desserts that embrace the flavors of fall.
Cost per serving: 75¢
You can make the frosting up to three days in advance, just cover and refrigerate. Be sure to let the frosting get up to room temperature so it is soft enough to ice the cake.
See recipe: Classic Carrot Layer Cake
Cost per serving: 48¢
These yummy cinnamon sugar coated treats get their moisture (and fall flavor) from apple cider. Serve them warm with coffee as a pleasant after dinner surprise.
See recipe: Apple Cider Doughnuts
Cost per serving: 50¢
What do you get when you combine seasonal flavors like ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon with a childhood favorite? A new, delicious twist on Whoopie Pies that your family is sure to love.
See recipe: Gingersnap Whoopie Pies
Cost per serving: $1.12
Add a little warmth to your breakfast routine. We like pears with the ginger and all spice flavor of the waffles but you could use apples or a combination of both.
See recipe: Spiced Waffles with Sauteed Pears
Cost per serving: 77¢
Standard rice pudding gets a welcome update and great fall flavor from chai-spice tea.
See recipe: Vanilla-Chai Rice Pudding
Cost per serving: $1.42
We like the tart flavor of dried cranberries with sweet pears but using apples and dried cherries instead would be just a delicious.
See recipe: Pear-Dried Cranberry Crisp
Cost per serving: $2.01
Adorable spiders made from M&Ms crawl all over this luscious spice cake, packed with raisins and nuts.
See recipe: Spiderweb Spice Cake
Cost per serving: $1.46
Create your own cookie cemetery with this tombstone-filled sheet cake.
See recipe: Graveyard Cake
Cost per serving: $1.96
If the grim reaper is knocking, death by chocolate is the way to go.
See recipe: Death by Chocolate
Cost per serving: $1.25
Serve these colorful candy apples for a tasty Halloween treat.
See recipe: Candy Apple Quickies
Cost per serving: 25¢
There's no need to travel to enjoy these sinful, inexpensive chocolate treats.
See recipe: Transylvanian Truffles
Cost per serving: 91¢
Drizzle a dark chocolate glaze over this moist, delicious pumpkin cake―it's the perfect combination for a knockout Halloween dessert.
See recipe: Chocolate-Glazed Pumpkin Cake
Cost per serving: $1.58
Gingersnaps give this velvety cheesecake a little pep. If you don't have any on hand, you can use graham crackers instead.
See recipe: Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust