The vampire bite cupcake is even easier: just punch two round holes in the white frosted cupcake and fill them with red topping or a red, sweet jam and you're done!
The cupcakes on the left seem complicated but if you look closely they are really simple: you start with a white cupcake covered in tiny black&orange sprinkles (you can use a big marshmallow instead of white frosting), then add a round cookie on a pretzel stick for the head (draw "the face" with black chocolate), three whole pretzels for the rib cage and finally two broken pretzel pieces for the arms - everything covered in white chocolate - and you get an impressive Halloween skeleton cupcake.
Adorable witch hat, pumpkin and black cat Halloween cupcakes that you can make using colorful frosting, marzipan and a bit of patience.
Halloween caramel apple treats - note the branches as sticks again, these still have a few leafs on them - so very cool!
Vampire apples - make them by covering some nice, red apples in caramel and chocolate, carving a mouth shape on the apple and filling it with marshmallow teethes.
Halloween caramelized apples again, but with a chocolate twist: how amazing is the spider shape given to the apple in the left photo using different shades of liquid chocolate; the ones on the right have minced almonds/nuts added in the chocolate!
That lemonade looks amazing, the metal skeleton holding the huge jar and the round lime slices make it look really creepy. And how about the black cocktail glasses with mini-marshmallow eyes - what an amazing touch for a Halloween table. Blood oranges, white and black grapes are amazing cocktail toppers!
Talking about fun Halloween food, here you have some more easy options: twisted trees table topper made out of licorice using a square chocolate biscuit as a base and candy corn for decorating, gingerbread mummies, marshmallows that mimic the colors of candy corn, black cat cookies, voodoo doll cookies and chocolate snack cake bats.
More creepy Halloween food ideas - how about some grave stone desserts and appetizers? I especially like the pudding tomb stone served in a glass with crumbled chocolate (the fresh ground), a round biscuit (write RIP on it using black chocolate) and even a tiny orange flower!!!!
Spider Web Cookies
Easy and creative Halloween DIY dessert ideas : mummies cupcakes, spider and bats cookies, ghosts made out of mash potatoes, tiny pumpkins made out of boiled carrots with parsley leafs, green ice creams scoops with witch hats, oranges carved to look like Halloween pumpkins.
Chocolate dipped marshmallow pops with bone sprinkles and stamp cookies made with a rubber stamp and food coloring
Fun Halloween food: skeleton cookies and witch hats made out of Hershey Kisses, on a fudge stripe round cookie and orange icing.
Simple Halloween food ideas - owl cupcakes (take a normal chocolate cupcake and decorated with black&white Orios and M&m's for the eyes and nose of the owl), spider appetizers (salty crackers, cheese cube, toothpick with gross plastic bug on top), Halloween fruit skewers (only use yellow, red and orange fruits, don't forget about the plastic bat at the top of the pick).