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Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

October 24, 2020
It's almost Halloween! And you know what that means—sweets! That's right! This holiday is all about the sweet stuff. Candies, cookies, cakes, and more that will scare even the best dentists in the world. Halloween is all about scaring people, after all. As well as scaring your taste buds into saccharine heaven! But because of the current pandemic, now is not exactly the best time to go trick-or-treating, is it? Nor is it appropriate to hold a costume party as well. Still, that doesn't mean you can't indulge in your favorite Halloween treats! Especially if you can make it at home!

Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

 

Halloween Macarons

Whether you get some from a Parisian patisserie or you make them yourself, macarons will forever be one of the most delicious sweets out there. The best part is they're not too sweet. They taste just right and the many rich flavors they come in are all delectable and mouth-watering. So why not put a little Halloween twist on them? You can make a batch that's perfect for Halloween. It's all in the coloring! Instead of the usual pastel hues, you can bake them in pumpkin orange or slimy green, scary colors that hide such heavenly tastes. Now that's a Halloween treat! 

Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

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Cookie Monster Cupcakes

"Cookie!!!!" If there's one monster that little kids won't mind seeing on Halloween, it's the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street. This adorable biscuit-obsessed furry has charmed kids of all ages, particularly when he chomps down on cookies. And since he's more cute than creepy, children aren't so afraid of him, making him the perfect monster to see this Halloween, even if he's in cupcake form. In fact, your little ones would probably enjoy him more that way than simply seeing him on TV. A cookie and a cupcake all in one? Heck! Even you would love Cookie Monster this way too!  

Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

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Skeleton Gingerbread Cookies

Since Halloween is near Christmas, why not make something that you can enjoy on both holidays? It may seem that there's no such thing but there is: the gingerbread cookie. During Christmas, he appears as this adorable little man with gumdrop buttons and a frosted smile. But before that, Halloween has him looking like a scary skeleton, nothing but icing bones on a gingerbread surface. He's still gonna taste as sweet, but you have to admit that seeing him in his more sinister state is a bit unsettling. Who knows? Before you bite into him, he just might appear where you least expect it! 

Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

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Pumpkin S’mores

S'mores are more than just the type of warm treat to pair with hot chocolate in Whistler, Aspen, or other similarly cold places. The gooey mess of a dessert can also work for Halloween too. Especially if you add some pumpkin spice to it. Whole ordinary melted chocolate is enough to give you a sugar rush, for this particular holiday, it just won't do. You have to add a little extra something to scare your taste buds into a sweet sensation. And pumpkin spice is just that! A nice Halloween-inspired kick to a sweet classic! 

Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

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Caramel Apples

Caramel Apples is as classic an autumn treat as a soufflé is to Paris. And its excessively sweet taste is perfect for Halloween, a holiday that calls for tooth-decaying desserts. It also helps that apples are very much in season at this time of the year, so expect that they'll taste their juiciest and tartiest. Pair that with some gooey caramel and you've got yourself a mind-numbingly sweet treat that will very much scare your dentist in your next appointment. Enjoy them with your favorite horror flick and you've got yourself a great home-style Halloween! 

Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

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Classic Pumpkin Pie

Speaking of classics, some pumpkin pie would do just right as well. If you have some remaining pumpkins that weren't turned into jack o' lanterns, baking them into pies is a great idea. Most especially since Thanksgiving is just around the corner as well. Though they're not exactly exclusive to Halloween, you can still dress them up to fit the holiday. Think spider web frosting, creepy-crawly sprinkles, or even strawberry syrup that looks like blood! Halloween is all about the scarily sweet treats so how they end up looking matter the most. 

Halloween Treats You Can Make at Home

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Spending Halloween at home this year won't be so bad, and it's all thanks to these amazing treats that are easy to make. Though nothing can replace the candies and chocolates you get from trick-or-treating, these homemade desserts are definitely suitable alternatives.

 

Though you'll need a luxurious kitchen to better make these treats. So why not get a luxury rental for them? Most especially in you're in a city like San Francisco or London!

 



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