These one-bite wonders are a dream come true for ghosts and goblins on Halloween night. Bundle a goodie bag of Ogre Eyes for a party favor, serve up a plate of red velvet eyeballs at the kids' Halloween party at school, or just enjoy a delicious Transylvania Truffle because you already have your costume picked out! Cake pops are super easy to make and can be made to suit any taste preferences or party theme. To make them true pops, insert craft-store lollipop sticks into the bottom of each Halloween cake pop.
Transylvanian TrufflesAt just a quarter a pop, these decadent and rich chocolate truffles will be the hit of your Halloween gathering. Decorate with mini Halloween candies or roll in toasted nuts, cocoa powder, or powdered sugar.
Lookie-Lookie Cookie PopsThese fun, kid-friendly, and super yummy cookie pops are the perfect treat for Halloween! Your friends and family will not be able to resist one–or two, or three.
Red-Velvet Cake Balls with White ChocolateDipped in white chocolate, these red-velvet cake balls are perfect for turning into eyeballs on Halloween. With a steady hand and food coloring, David Burtka paints detailed irises and pupils on each one; for the less artistically inclined, an M and M pressed into the white chocolate before it sets makes for a quick-and-easy creepy alternative.
Photo: JK Denim
Skull PopsA large Oreo and half of a miniature Oreo form the "skull" for these Day of the Dead-inspired cookie pops.
Red Velvet Cake BallsRed Velvet Cake Balls are the perfect bite size dessert. They are incredibly easy to make and are a wonderful indulgent treat or gift.
Autumn Cake BallsTry your hand at homemade cake balls with these bite-sized treats. They feature iconic autumn designs like leaves, acorns, and pumpkins.