In the Spirit: Spooky Halloween Treats

Trick out your Halloween spread with these ghostly treats from Food Network Magazine.

Photo By: Raymond Hom

Photo By: Raymond Hom

Photo By: Raymond Hom

I-Scream Pops

Fill pop molds with softened vanilla ice cream, pressing the ice cream down with a rubber spatula to pack it tightly. Insert wooden sticks into the ice cream and freeze until firm. Remove the ice cream pops from the molds and lay on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet. Press Raisinets into the ice cream for eyes, then return the pops to the freezer until hard. Photograph by Raymond Hom

Cookies and Scream

Spread a thin layer of marshmallow creme on Nutter Butter sandwich cookies. Draw eyes on the cookies using black decorating gel. Let sit until the marshmallow creme hardens a bit—this way, your guests won't get too messy. Photograph by Raymond Hom

Scary-Good Cupcakes

Roll out white fondant to 1/8 inch thick on a cornstarch-dusted surface. Cut out 4-inch circles using a cookie cutter or paring knife. Stick a small unwrapped lollipop in the center of a frosted cupcake, then drape a circle of fondant on top to form a ghost. Use black decorating gel to draw eyes. Photograph by Raymond Hom

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