When it comes to Halloween desserts, nothing will add a little spook to your party dessert spread more than some ghoulish company. Instead of your typical gingerbread cookies, make ghostly gingerbread cookies. Instead of your average cupcake frosting, make floating sheet covered toppers. Really, the amount of creativity in these ten recipes is off the charts, and you're sure to have fun making any one of them. Halloween is almost here, so get in these eerie ghost desserts while you still can!
Peeps Ghost Brownies
These mouth-watering brownies are beyond memorable for their marshmallow and chocolate combination.
Find the recipe at Cincy Shopper.
Spooky No-Bake Boo Bark
This dessert is as easy to make as it is delicious to eat!
Find the recipe at Bakerella via People.
Ghosts in the Graveyard Chocolate Pudding Cups
These mini graveyards are a super creative option for a Halloween potluck.
Find the recipe at Our Best Bites.
Ghost Cake Pops
These yummy cake balls are covered with a white candy coating for extra flavor.
Find the recipe at The Nest.
These adorable meringue ghosts are great for topping cupcakes or cakes.
Find the recipe at Butter.Flour.Eggs.
If you're craving something fruity, these strawberry ghosts are the way to go.
Find the recipe at Miss Candiquik.
Chocolate Peppermint Cut Out Cookies
These homemade chocolate peppermint cookies are hard to stop nibbling on once you start.
Find the recipe at Created by Diane.
Ghoul's Guts Ice Cream Cake Shots
A blend of milkshake and cupcakes, this dessert recipe truly has it all.
Find the recipe at Sugar & Cloth.
Ghost Cupcake Toppers
These ghostly toppings are made with white fondant and great for topping any Halloween cupcake.
Find the recipe at Recipe.
Ghost Cupcake Cones
Piped frosting makes these cupcake cones into ghoulish treats.
Find the recipe at Confessions of a Cookbook Queen.