15 Enchanted Halloween Treats with Edible Eyes

These Halloween treats with edible eyes are guaranteed to keep an eye on you this season.

This year, add a little extra magic to your Halloween celebration with some homemade sweets! These recipes are all simple to make and include edible eyes that will give your goodies an extra spooky touch.

From bark to cupcakes, there’s something for everyone here, even the pickiest tween. So get your supplies ready and get started!

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Benefits of Baking with Tweens

There are many benefits to baking with tweens. It is one of the life skills we need to teach our older kids. Working in the kitchen is a great way to bond with your child and create special memories.

While learning how to make a variety of desserts, they’ll learn about measuring, following directions, and the chemistry of baking. It also teaches patience and attention to detail.

And, of course, the end result is a delicious treat that everyone can enjoy.

Halloween Baking

Halloween is the perfect excuse to bake something spooky and fun. You can make something gory and scary or something cute. Halloween-themed desserts, like creepy cookies, are a great way to get your family into the holiday spirit.

From mummies to monsters, there’s no shortage of spooktacular icons to choose from. How about some that are keeping their eyes wide open?

Halloween Treats with Edible Eyes

I’ve gathered 15 spooktacular desserts for you to make this Halloween season that all have one thing in common – eyes! That’s right, these sweets will be watching as you eat them.

From candy eyes to jack-o’-lanterns made with icing, you’ll find plenty here to make your menu extra-festive.

More Halloween Ideas

If you’re looking for additional tips for making Halloween fun this year, check these out.

Which Halloween treat do you have your eye on?

Megan Zechman
I love homeschooling! Learning is a way of life for our family. Most days you will find us exploring our Central Florida community, having fun while learning. I am constantly looking for new and interactive ways to engage my older children.
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