Last minute invite to a Halloween party and wondering what you can bring? Or worse, timely invite and procrastination on your part has you planning a treat to bring at the last minute?
No one preparing a Halloween party treat at the last minute wants the treat to look like it was an afterthought. The key to making a last minute Halloween party treat that looks like you spent hours making it is choosing something simple and attractive.
Many Halloween party treats- last minute or otherwise- are thematically festive but lacking in the taste department. These five last minute Halloween treats actually promise to taste good, as well as look the part.
Chocolate Cherry Halloween Mice
Our Best Bites no-cook recipe for chocolate cherry Halloween mice is one that’s easy to throw together at the last minute. The simple recipe requires dipping stemmed maraschino into melted chocolate and adding slivered almond ears, candy dot eyes, and chocolate chip noses.
Halloween Apple Bites
Family Funpublished a simple recipe for monster-like mouths made from quartered apples with almond slivers wedged into them to create teeth. After quartering and coring the apples, all that’s needed for this Halloween treat is to cut a wedge from the skin side of the apple and inserting slivered almonds into the wedge.
Halloween Tasty Turds
Divine Dinner Partyis home to some extraordinarily gross Halloween party foods including tasty turds. Easy to prepare at the last minute, tasty turds are Rice Crispies treats molded into turd shapes, dipped in melted chocolate and adorned with the yellow sections of candy corn pieces.
More Halloween Turds
Even easier to make last minute turds to gross out Halloween party guests can be fashioned from Tootsie Rolls softened in the microwave. Those with more time can go for the full litter box effect, described at Family Corner.
Nutter Butter Ghosts
Starting with store bought cookies, this easy Halloween recipe requires so little work, it’s perfect for the last minute party goer. Published on Dump TV, the Nutter Butter ghosts recipe calls for dipping the cookies in melted white chocolate and adding chocolate chip eyes.