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If you don’t want to spend a lot of time preparing, try making these no bake Halloween treats. We’ve rounded up 51 no bake Halloween desserts that are all so easy to make and taste amazing!

If you don’t want to spend a lot of time preparing, try making these no bake Halloween treats. We’ve rounded up 51 no bake Halloween desserts that are easy to make and taste amazing! DIY recipes for ghosts, mummies, spooky cookies, witches, drinks and more. #eatingonadime #nobakehalloweentreats #halloweenrecipes
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Easy No Bake Halloween Treats

Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of the year. There is trick or or treat, Halloween costume parties, and more. It may be super fun, but it also means a busy time of year.

If you want to save time, we have you covered with super easy recipes. We have 51 Halloween desserts no bake that will save you time and effort. From pies to candies, you have so many no bake treats to choose from.

You might also want to try these fun Easy Halloween Desserts for Kids.

If you don’t want to spend a lot of time preparing, try making these no bake Halloween treats. We’ve rounded up 51 no bake Halloween desserts that are easy to make and taste amazing! DIY recipes for ghosts, mummies, spooky cookies, witches, drinks and more. ideas. #eatingonadime #nobakehalloweentreats #halloweenrecipes

1. No Bake Pumpkin Pie

This no bake pumpkin pie recipe only requires you to mix some ingredients and freeze them. Top with whipped cream.

No Bake Pumpkin Pie
This rich and creamy No Bake Pumpkin Pie Recipe is the perfect pie for all your holiday plans. It is easy to make and with simple ingredients.
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2. Halloween Rice Krispie Treats

These cute Halloween rice krispie treats are perfect for Halloween parties or trick-or-treaters.

Halloween Rice Krispie Treats
They are the cutest and can be made in minutes, making them the perfect last-minute Halloween treat.
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3. Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cups

This is a fun alternative to chocolate candy coated treats.

Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cups
You only need 4 ingredients to make these easy and cute Orange Jack O Lantern fruit cups.
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4. Caramel Apples

The recipe only needs simple ingredients and follows an easy process.

Caramel Apples
Decadent caramel and your favorite topping make this caramel apples recipe delicious.
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5. Spider Chocolate Pudding Pie

Chocolate pudding and Oreo cookies make this recipe delightful.

Spider Chocolate Pudding Pie
This recipe will yield 4 mini pies and it would be an easy and fun food craft for kids to make at a Halloween party!
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6. Jack-O-Lantern Chocolate Covered Oreos

They are perfect for Halloween parties or class parties.

Jack-O-Lantern Chocolate Covered Oreos
Everyone loves Oreos and this recipe is so simple. I bet the kids will even enjoy helping you decorate these cookies.
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7. Peanut Butter Fudge

You only need 3 ingredients to make this yummy dessert.

Peanut Butter Fudge
This Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe is so easy to make. With only 3 ingredients you can make this creamy fudge any time of the week.
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8. No Bake Cheerio Bars

Each bite is a tasty combination of melted marshmallows and Cheerios.

No Bake Cheerio Bars
This delicious Cheerio bars recipe is packed with marshmallows and is so gooey.
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9. Reese’s Pie

This pie is a delicious blend of chocolate, peanut butter, and Reese’s peanut cups mixed into a graham cracker crust.

Reese’s Pie
This Quick and Easy Reese’s Pie Recipe is so decadent. It’s loaded with lots of peanut butter, chocolate, and more.
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10. Ghost Twinkies

Ghost Twinkies are adorable kid-friendly Halloween treats that you can easily make at home.

Ghost Twinkies
With Halloween just around the corner, I thought I would show you this super cute kid-friendly Halloween treat, that you can easily make at home – GHOST TWINKIES!
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12. Witch Hat Cookies

It’s a 4 ingredient no bake cookie recipe that really fits the Halloween theme.

Witch Hat Cookies
They are tasty, festive and so easy. It only requires 4 items to make these witch cookies come alive.
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13. Spider Brownies

You can use pretzels for the spider legs and use mini-candy eyes to create a cute spider.

Spider Brownies
I love treats that are super easy but look amazing. Even better they are so delicious. It is an all-around decadent and fun Halloween treat.
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14. Mini Donut Spiders

It’s so quick and easy to put together that the kids can make these.

Mini Donut Spiders
All you need are large pretzel twists, mini donuts, M&Ms, and a little frosting or chocolate (I always have chocolate chips on hand, so that’s what I used).
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15. Witch Brooms

Using 2 ingredients, you can easily make this witch brooms dessert.

Witch Brooms
Witch brooms are a fun and easy treat that you can make for Halloween. They look really cute and are the perfect blend of sweet and salty.
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16. Witch’s Brew Halloween Punch

It uses mostly standard punch ingredients with green food coloring and dry ice for the witchy effects.

Witch’s Brew Halloween Punch
It’s an easy sparkling lime punch the whole family will love. Add dry ice to the punch bowl for an extra-spooky effect!
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17. No Bake Graveyard Dirt Cake Cups

This sweet snack has layers of chocolate pudding, chocolate cookies, and more.

No Bake Graveyard Dirt Cake Cups
No-bake and easy to make, also easy to serve and eat thanks to the individual serving size cups. This Halloween treat is perfect for Halloween parties at home or for classroom Halloween parties!
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18. Halloween Puppy Chow

You can freely customize it by putting all kinds of Halloween candies and goodies.

Halloween Puppy Chow
Also known as muddie buddies, it’s a simple treat with rice cereal, melted chocolate and peanut butter, powdered sugar, and seasonal candies – all mixed together.
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19. Halloween Marshmallows

Dip marshmallows in candy melts and decorate into monsters for a festive treat.

Halloween Marshmallows
These Halloween Marshmallows are super cute. Smothered in melted chocolate with fun faces, your kids are going to love them.
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20. Candy Corn Bark

This attractive dessert has a white chocolate base, buttery candy corn, crunchy pretzels, and some food coloring.

Candy Corn Bark
Made with a white chocolate base, crunchy pretzel sticks, and candy corn topping. The simple base for candy bark makes it an easy dessert to adjust for any season.
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21. Mummy Rice Krispie

Cover your classic rice krispie with white chocolate and create this fun little Halloween treat.

Mummy Rice Krispie
These easy Halloween treats have just 4 ingredients and can be made in minutes!
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22. Silly Apple Bites

Transform green apples into festive treats.

Silly Apple Bites
By cutting apples creatively and using peanut butter and edible decorations, you can create a snack that is both adorable and tasty.
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23. Healthier Caramel Apple Slices

This recipe is a healthier alternative to traditional caramel apples.

Healthier Caramel Apple Slices
These homemade caramel apple slices are made with vegan date caramel for a healthier option to traditional candy apples. They’re delicious, easy to make, and can be topped with so many fun ingredients!
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24. No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip

It’s so creamy and the pumpkin spice flavor really tastes like Fall.

No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip
This no-bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip is ready in only 10 minutes and makes the perfect Fall dessert or appetizer!
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25. Chocolate Marshmallow Halloween Bats

Dip marshmallows in dark melted chocolate and decorate with other edible decorations.

Chocolate Marshmallow Halloween Bats
Made with soft and squidgy marshmallows dipped in dark chocolate, these little bats are not only cute but a really fun treat to enjoy this Halloween!
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26. Halloween Truffle Brownie Bites

It’s a no bake chocolate dessert you can make with simple ingredients in under 30 minutes.

Halloween Truffle Brownie Bites
This quick and easy Halloween treat will be the hit of your spooky celebrations this year. Our truffle brownie bites recipe makes a perfect size, no-bake chocolate dessert if you ask me.
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27. Monster Popcorn Balls

This recipe covers popcorn with green melted marshmallows and then forms them into balls.

Monster Popcorn Balls
If you have a microwave, the green marshmallow coating can be made in just 2 minutes! I had these salty sweets whipped up in a flash and they tasted like a popcorn version of Rice Krispy Treats.
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28. Blood Splattered Petit Fours

The red food coloring and the sugar glass on top really make this treat look like it’s bleeding.

Blood Splattered Petit Fours with Sugar Glass
The red food coloring over the cake and the sugar glass on top really make this treat look like it’s bleeding. It’s a bloody bite-sized treat!
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29. Banana Ghost Pops

Dip bananas into yogurt, decorate and freeze to create a sweet and healthy treat.

Healthy Halloween Banana Ghost Pops
The recipe calls for just three ingredients — bananas, yogurt, and a dozen teensy chocolate chips — and each one weighs in at about 65 calories.
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30. Blood and Bones Cocktail

This cocktail is bone inspired with jello shots.

Blood and Bones Cocktail
We’re serving up whipped cream Jello shot in the shape of bones. It couldn’t be more simple and quick, and it comes with it’s own blood-red cocktail for serving.
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31. Eyeball Rice Krispies

Let them have fun putting candy eyeballs on top of the melted marshmallow-covered rice cereal.

Eyeball Rice Krispies
Looking for something spooky sweet for this fall and Halloween season? You’re going to love these Eyeball Rice Krispies. Not only are they simple to make but they’re festive and fun, too.
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32. Halloween Popcorn Snack Mix

You will have a fun time getting all these flavors in every bite.

Halloween Popcorn Snack Mix
Made with kettle popcorn, candy corn, and mini Reese’s pieces and cups, it’s going to be the hit of the party.
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33. Halloween Pretzels

This recipe uses chocolate-covered and yogurt-covered pretzels filled with candy melts and topped with sprinkles.

Halloween Pretzels
These eerie Halloween Pretzels are a clever, tasty, and spooky snack that’s easy to make and perfect for your Halloween festivities.
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34. Candy Corn Fudge

It’s a creamy homemade fudge that looks like candy corn but tastes like fudge.

Candy Corn Fudge
Our Candy Corn Fudge is a delicious and easy Halloween treat. This creamy homemade fudge only needs 4 ingredients and 15 minutes to make!
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35. No Bake Mummy Sponge Cake

This no-bake Halloween treat can serve as the perfect edible Halloween decoration.

No Bake Mummy Sponge Cake
Get ready to unleash your inner artist and freehand a mummy design with this delicious sponge cake recipe. You can conveniently make it on the stovetop, so the mummy comes to life without even having to turn on your oven.
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36. Frozen Whipped Zombie Brains

Make this recipe with just a few simple ingredients and a blender.

Frozen Whipped Zombie Brains
These frozen whipped zombie brains are made with just a few ingredients and a blender, this drink is sure to keep you feeling cool.
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37. Homemade Candy Bars

You can definitely make this easy recipe from scratch.

Homemade Candy Bars
This recipe for gluten-free dessert starts with a luscious nougat mixture of honey mixed with creamy almond butter.
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38. Ghost and Mummy Oreo Balls

This delicious treat has a creamy center with crunch from the finely processed Oreo cookies.

Ghost and Mummy Oreo Balls
Quick to make, they are also quick to disappear so make a double batch for a big group. Use your favorite Oreo cookie flavor for a fun twist!
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39. Halloween Totoro Rice Krispie Treats

If your kids love watching Studio Ghibli, this Halloween treat is perfect for them.

Halloween Totoro Rice Krispie Treats
The Rice Krispie treats are soft and chewy and crispy: just the right ratio of butter to marshmallow to Rice Krispies. They are pure treat perfection, especially when they’re homemade.
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40. Strawberry Ghosts

Dip strawberries in the perfect amount of chocolate and shape into ghosts.

Strawberry Ghosts
Juicy and sweet strawberry ghosts are spooky and delicious!! Here is a simple and quick tutorial on how to make these Boo-tiful treats.
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42. Boo-nilla Ghost Milkshake

All you need for this recipe is to blend and combine the ingredients.

Boo-nilla Ghost Milkshake
These simple Boo-nilla Ghost Milkshakes are delicious vanilla treats turned into adorable ghosts that are perfect for Halloween!
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43. Candy Corn Pudding Cups

It looks so vibrant and decadent and tastes as amazing as it looks.

Candy Corn Pudding Cups
Candy corn pudding cups made with vanilla pudding and whipped cream topping. All the fun flavors of the nostalgic classic candy corn.
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44. Nutter Mummies

You only need 4 simple ingredients for this recipe.

Nutter Mummies
Nutter Mummies – decorate Nutter Butter cookies to look like mummies! So much fun for Halloween!! Super easy to make and everyone loves these spooky cookies.
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45. Zombie marshmallows

Turn your marshmallows into zombie marshmallows using confetti sprinkles and more.

Zombie marshmallows
These are super easy to make. You’ll need marshmallows, confetti sprinkles, a little light corn syrup to use as glue, lollipop sticks, and some food coloring pens.
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46. Spiderweb Cheesecake

No-bake cheesecakes are so much easier to make than baked cheesecakes.

Spiderweb Cheesecake
Although, with this no-bake cheesecake recipe, you have nothing to fret over. No, cracking, breaking, caving, or throwaways! Did I mention how easy this is?
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47. White Chocolate Mummy Truffles

The sweetness from the white chocolate pairs so well with the cola-flavored truffles.

White Chocolate Mummy Truffles
These White Chocolate Mummy Truffles are a fun and festive Halloween treat. Made from delicious white chocolate, cookies, and Coca-Cola, these cute mummy truffles will be the hit of your Halloween party.
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48. Vegan No Bake Caramel Bars

Make these vegan no bake caramel bars with ground almonds instead of plain flour and other vegan ingredients.

Vegan No-Bake Caramel Bars
A crunchy biscuit layer topped with a simple caramel filling, all dipped in lush dark chocolate – these vegan no-bake caramel bars are my healthier take on a Twix bar! 
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49. No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake

The recipe uses less than 10 ingredients and has a simple process.

No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake
Less than 10 ingredients and absolutely zero oven time are what it takes to make this amazing no-bake pumpkin cheesecake. Super easy and equally impressive, your guests will love it.
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50. Chocolate Cheerio Clusters

The recipe is versatile because you can substitute any of the ingredients based on preference for a fun Halloween treat.

Chocolate Cheerio Clusters
This Chocolate Cheerio Clusters recipe is easy to make in just a few minutes. They are luscious and decadent.
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51. Halloween Chocolate Eyeballs

They look so creepy but taste so sweet.

Halloween Chocolate Eyeballs
The eyeballs are really easy and fun to make, and you don't have to be very artistic to make them lifelike – or rather deathlike… But this recipe is not just crudely melted and shaped white chocolate – it's actually the most delicious white truffle recipe.
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If you don’t want to spend a lot of time preparing, try making these no bake Halloween treats. We’ve rounded up 51 no bake Halloween desserts that are simple and taste amazing! DIY recipes for ghosts, mummies, spooky cookies, witches, drinks and more. #eatingonadime #nobakehalloweentreats #halloweenrecipes

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