Easy Halloween desserts with no scary ingredients.

Spooky Halloween treats are at the center of every Halloween party. But they don’t have to be loaded with scary ingredients! These yummy Halloween desserts are my favorites because they are quick and easy to make for class parties, they’re nut-free which makes them allergy-friendly, and they’re packed with healthy ingredients. I hope these not so scary Halloween party treats will make your festivities frightfully fun and delicious.

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Spooky Spiders

These creepy crawlies may look scary, but there are no scary ingredients inside! Packed with healthy fats, these no bake nut free oatmeal cookies are perfect for Halloween parties at school. They’re also fun and easy for kids to decorate.

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Batty Pumpkin Cupcakes

Cut back on the sugar by dressing up a whole-wheat pumpkin muffin as a cupcake. Top pumpkin muffins with maple buttercream frosting, and a dusting of dark cocoa powder, then decorate with handmade paper wings to turn them into bats. Or make ‘em mini, because two-bite baby bats are fun too!

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Graveyard Chocolate Pudding Cups

Frightfully delicious, these miniature chocolate pudding cups are made with avocado chocolate pudding and topped with toasted coconut. A cookie serves as the headstone, and doubles as a spoon for enjoying your ghoulish treat.

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Spiced Pumpkin Seeds

Cinnamon, nutmeg, and a dash of salt make these pumpkin seeds a deliciously sweet treat without added sugar. Try this super simple trick to ensure your roasted seeds are extra crunchy.

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Reprinted from THE 52 NEW FOODS CHALLENGE: A Family Cooking Adventure for Each Week of the Year, with 150 recipes. Reprinted by arrangement with Avery, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright © 2014 by Jennifer Tyler Lee.