This is a 12 picture collage with the photos separated by white bars. In the top left corner is a picture of white chocolate bark embedded with candy corn. To the right is a chocolate bark that has candy corn and halloween sprinkles embedded in it. The next photo to the right is of a candy bark that's swirled with purple orange and black and contains sweet tart candies embedded in it. The final photo in the top row is of some white fudge with candy corn embedded in it. The second row begins with a stack of homemade twix bars with a cookie layer under a careamel and chocolate top. The next photo is a pan of white fudge with a choclate spider web drawn on it. Round choclate candies and piped legs create spiders on the web. The next photo is a stack of homemade snickers bars which are stacked in a pyramid and cut in half to expose the peanut, nougat, and caramel centers. The final photo in the second row is a choclate and toffee candy made on crackers. It's been broken into pieces exposing the cracker underneath. It's topped with orange, yellow, and purple Halloween sprinkles. The bottom row, from left to right is a photo of some candy corn encrusted fudge on a cutting board, a photo of pumpkins made of chocolate, a basket of some orange, black and white candy, and a tray of black and white candy bark.

Homemade Halloween Candy

I realize that you can’t handout homemade Halloween candy to trick or treaters, but you can share it with friends and family. This collection of homemade Halloween candies contains simple and more complicated recipes. There’s lots of fun ideas that can be made with the kids, too.

Check out this collection of recipes for homemade Halloween Candy and let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. I’m having a hard time picking a favorite from this collection.

Halloween Marshmallows Pops

Marshmallows are on sticks.  The marshmallows have been decorated in three different ways.  Dipped in orange candy melts, they are decorated like jack-o-lantersn.  Dipped in white candy melts, they are decorated to look like ghost faces.  Dipped in green candy melts, they are decorated to look like Frankenstein.

These Halloween Marshmallows are super cute. Smothered in melted chocolate with fun faces, your kids are going to love them.

Gluten Free Snickers Bars

Chocolate bars are arranged on a table.  Some are drizzled with chocolate, some are topped with chopped nuts.  Others are cut in half exposing a two layered filling with a nougat on the bottom and caramel with nuts on the top.

These homemade Snickers bars have the best flavors and layers! They’re the perfect Halloween treat.

Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark

A white rectangular container is lined with parchment paper.  It is filled with White chocolate bark with candy eyes, orange, yellow, and black, candy pieces, candy eyes, and pieces of broken oreos embedded in it.

Halloween white chocolate candy bark is a Halloween must have treat. Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without this easy candy bark recipe with googly monster eyes.

Microwave Fudge with Candy Corn

A wooden cutting board  sits in the middle of a white topped table.  There is candy corn and candy pumpkins scattered around the table.  There's a glass jar filled with milk and a jar of candy corn sitting nearby.  On top of the wooden cutting board are pieces of white chocolate fudge with candy corn embedded in it along with black, white, and orange sprinkles.

This Microwave Fudge recipe is full of sprinkles and candy corn and is so easy to make! It only needs five ingredients and is the perfect simple treat for Halloween or Thanksgiving!

4-Ingredient Homemade Mounds Bars (Gluten-Free, Vegan, Paleo)

A homemade candy bar recipe that couldn’t be easier! 4-Ingredient Homemade Mounds Bars! This copycat coconut and chocolate treat is gluten-free, vegan, paleo, top-8 allergy-free, much healthier without the junk, but still delicious!

White Chocolate Halloween Oreo Bark

Small rounded oblong chocolate candies on  white plate.  The center candy is broken in half exposing the white coconut filling inside.

For a Halloween treat so simple it’s scary, this White Chocolate Oreo Bark only takes 5 minutes and a microwave to prep. With a double layer of creamy white chocolate, holiday-themed Oreos, M&M’s, candy corn and sprinkles this bark is quintessential Halloween.

Hocus Pocus Cookies–Sanderson Sister Treat

Three candy "cookies" on top of sticks that are decorated to resemble the Sanderson sisters from the movie hocus pocus.

Halloween cookies that the Sanderson Sisters would be proud of! Each cookie is decorated like one of the main characters out of the movie

Melting Witch Halloween Chocolate Bark

A green and brown base with candy eyeballs is topped with oreo cookies, pretzels, almond slivers, and bugles dipped in chocolate and surrounded with yellow frosting.  There are candy eyes in various places in the base layer.  This gives the appearance of withces hats and brooms sitting atop a pool of melted witches.

This Halloween chocolate bark is a sweet savory combination of dark chocolate swirled into milk chocolate, green candy melts, chocolate covered bugles, cookie witch hats, candy eyeballs and chocolate almond pretzel witch brooms. This is a really easy to make and delicious melting witches chocolate bark that makes a fun and tasty Halloween treat!

Homemade Twix Bars (Vegan)

A white plated with bars arranged on it in pyramid fashion.  The bottom layer of each bar is grainy like some sort of cereal.  That layer is topped with caramel, and the caramel is topped with chocolate.

These homemade Twix bars feature a creamy layer of caramel between shortbread and chocolate, just like the classic candy bar!

Salted Caramel Almond Butter Cups (Keto, Sugar Free)

A round glass bowl has a layer of chocolate visible in the bottom.  There's an orange and white towel draped around the bowl, and a few chocolate chips are scattered on the towel.

Melted salted caramel almond butter cup will blow your mind and is ready in minutes and is much healthier than a Reese’s!

Homemade Snickers (Vegan)

A plate of homemade snicker bars.  The bars are cut in half, so the layer of nougat, caramel, and peanuts is clearly visible.  The candy is sitting on top pf parchment paper on a gray marble board.

These easy homemade snickers feature nougat, caramel, peanuts and chocolate, just like the classic candy bar!

Spider Candy Bark

A mostly black and white photo of white plates, black pumpkins, black branches.  On the plates are pieces of bark candy.  This candy is white and black.  In the center of almost every visible piece is a black spider with a red hourglass on its back.

This delightfully creepy candy bark combines two kinds of chocolate and Oreos to make an easy Halloween chocolate that’s sure to please ghouls of all sizes.

Sugar Free Peanut Butter Pumpkins

A white square shaped plate that's filled with chocolate pumpkins.  The plate placed on top of several small, orange pumpkins.

Peanut butter pumpkins are easy, adorable, and sugar-free. They are a great Halloween treat for kids to help with.

Spiderweb Chocolate Bark

A rectangular sheet of white chocolate candy bark decorated with chocolate spider webs drawn with piped chocolate.  Two round chocolate balls are placed in various places and legs are piped around them to create the appearance of spiders on the web.  The candy is placed on a black tray that looks like stone.  There's a large black spider decoration positioned as if it's looking over the web.  The whole thing is sitting atop black netting.

Creepy spiderweb chocolate bark is a spooky Halloween treat! Imagine a chocolaty cobweb woven over layers of dark and white chocolate with little candy spiders. Halloween bark is a spooky way to celebrate the season!

Halloween Candy Corn Fudge

An inverted metal pan is covered with parchment paper.  On top of the paper is a large square of white fudge that's topped with candy corn and black and orange sprinkles.  On the table are small candy pumpkin.  In the background are pumpkin Halloween decorations, a glass jar filled with milk, and a rounded glass cup filled with candy corn.

Halloween candy corn fudge is exciting, festive and fun! These decadent dessert bars are known to attract neighborhood ghosts and goblins. Serve these no-bake treats at Halloween parties. Enjoy them after trick or treating.

Halloween Cracker Candy

A plate of cracker candy.  Th tops of each piece of candy is coated with melted chocolate and topped with brown, orange, and yellow Reese's pieces.  The layer of saltine cracker and toffee is visible at the edges where the candy was broken into pieces.

This is the ultimate Halloween and fall season sweet treat that is made with saltine crackers and candy! An easy cracker candy recipe that is made with crackers with chocolate and has a saltine toffee base. If you like cracker bars, you’ll love this easy candy recipe!

Easy, No Bake, Leftover Halloween Candy Recipe

A tan candy as visible candies and marshmallows inside.  The candy id cut into squares and stacked on top of each other.

An easy No Bake Leftover Halloween Candy recipe is a perfect way to use up all that trick or treat candy. A little sweet, a little salty and a lot of crunch from all those candy bars (hello, snickers!). It’s a festive holiday dessert wrapped into a bar – I dare you to have just one!

Large Halloween Marshmallow Pops

A row of large marshmallows stuck on black plastic sticks are sitting on a white rectangular plate.  The marshmallows are alternately dipped in black or orange candy melts and rolled in orange, black, purple, and green sprinkles.

You’ll really love these Halloween marshmallow pops because they are not only fun to make but are quick and taste delicious. With just a few simple ingredients, you can create these large marshmallow pops dipped in candy melts and covered in sprinkles!

Haunted Halloween Brownie Brittle

A thin layer of brownie brittle has been broken into sections.  It's topped with candy corn, candy eyes, and sprinkled with orange, green, purple, and black sprinkles.  There are plastic spiders scattered around the edge of the brownie brittle.

On October 31st delight your kids and friends with this Haunted Halloween Brownie Brittle. It is crispy, chocolatey, and delicious

Breakable Halloween Mummy Candy Bombs

Round white balls of white chocolate with strings of white chocolate to create the appearance of mummies drizzled across them sit on top of a plate with a black doily.  There are wooden hammers sitting on the plate.  Each ball has two candy eyes on the front.

Take the cocoa bomb craze to a new level by making breakable Halloween Mummy Candy Bombs! Kids will love breaking them open for the surprise inside.

Candy Corn Bark

A two layered candy bark has a dark layer on the bottom and a white layer on top.  There's candy corn, pretzels, and candy eyes along with black and orange Halloween sprinkles embedded in the top.

This Easy Candy Corn Bark is quick, cute and delicious! A delicious blend of creamy and crunchy, salty and sweet, this white chocolate bark is always a Halloween hit.

Halloween Candy Bark

A close up photo of colored candy bark with swirls of orange, purple, black and green.  There are small candy eyes embedded in the pieces.  Halloween shaped sweet tarts of skulls and bones are also embedded in the candy.

Halloween Candy Bark is a favorite treat to enjoy during Halloween! Making Halloween candy chocolate bark is the perfect gift to give during Halloween.

Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board

A tall and thin picture with a small bowl of candy corn sitting on top of a layer of candy corn on the top of this collage.  Under this is a yellow banner which reads "for Halloween."  Under that red letters on a white background read "Candy Charcuterie Board."  Below that is a photo that shows a rectangular board loaded with Halloween candies in a decorative fashion.  There are three bowls--on containing red licorice pie3ces and candy eyeballs, another contains Swedish fish, and the final one contains m&m candies.  Scattered around the board are pieces of chocolate bars, rolos wrapped in gold foil, marshmallow ghosts, candy pumpkins, candy corn, green gummi frogs fake teeth and chocolate covered pumpkins.

If you can’t choose just one candy from the list above, make several, and use the tips from this post to create your own Halloween Candy Charcuterie board to serve your friends and family. You could even do this with a mixture of homemade and store bought candies.

(Baker’s Man says that technically charcuterie refers to cold cooked meats, so I’m giving you bad information. Since I am a mature, married woman that I am, I am sticking my tongue out at him and giving him the stank eye.)

This is a 12 picture collage with the photos separated by orange bars.  In the top left corner is a picture of white chocolate bark embedded with candy corn.  To the right is a chocolate bark that has candy corn and halloween sprinkles embedded in it.  The next photo to the right is of a candy bark that's swirled with purple orange and black and contains sweet tart candies embedded in it.  The final photo in the top row is of some white fudge with candy corn embedded in it.  The second row begins with a stack of homemade twix bars with a cookie layer under a careamel and chocolate top.  The next photo is a pan of white fudge with a choclate spider web drawn on it.  Round choclate candies and piped legs create spiders on the web.  The next photo is a stack of homemade snickers bars which are stacked in a pyramid and cut in half to expose the peanut, nougat, and caramel centers.  The final photo in the second row is a choclate and toffee candy made on crackers.  It's been broken into pieces exposing the cracker underneath.   It's topped with orange, yellow, and purple Halloween sprinkles.  The bottom row, from left to right is a photo of some candy corn encrusted fudge on a cutting board, a photo of pumpkins made of chocolate, a basket of some orange, black and white candy, and a tray of black and white candy bark. Below the collage are the words "Homemade Halloween Candy" written in black on an orange background.

What did you think of this collection of homemade Halloween candy? Did you pick a favorite? I’m still undecided, so I would appreciate it if you could let me know your favorites by leaving a comment below.

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