7 Horribly Hair-raising Halloween Bake Sale Ideas

Has the note come home again with your child looking for contributions to a Halloween bake sale to raise funds? We are always on the lookout for new bake sale recipes. So here are 7 Horribly Hair-raising Halloween Bake Sale Ideas:

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#1. Popcorn Balls

popcorn ballsThese sweet popcorn balls are best served on the day they are made but you can eat them up to 3 days after popping the corn.

You can also use wafer ice cream cones to serve them, which would look nice on a tray for a bake sale.

More Halloween inspiration in Halloween Party Food Ideas for Kids

#2. Ghostly Bites

ghostly bitesThese Gluten Free Ghostly Bites are suitably “Halloweeny” and can be made gluten free or with conventional ingredients.

This recipe makes 10 ping-pong sized ghosts.

Lots more Halloween Fun in our Halloween Section

#3. Halloween Tea Barm Brack

barm brackBarm Brack is a very traditional Irish fruit tea bread make at Halloween and used to contain various objects baked into the tea bread, most traditionally a ring and if you found the ring, you would be wed within the year. This Barm Brack recipe uses tea to flavour the cake and add extra moistness.

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#4. Spooky Eyed Buns

halloween treatsA spooky variation of Rice Krispie treats, just make your rice crispie buns and place an eyeball made from coloured icing in the centre of them before putting aside to set. Then enjoy your Spooky Eyed Buns!

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#5. Halloween Ghost Cookies

ghost cookiesWe love making these ghost cookies every Halloween, and the kids enjoy cutting them out and decorating them with the icing!

These would also make a great Kids Halloween party activity – decorating the cookies.

You may also like 11 Easy Halloween Cookies Recipes for Kids

#6. Halloween Pumpkin Scones

Pumpkin SconesA great way to use up pumpkin flesh that you have scooped out for making your Halloween Lanterns. We often think of savoury dishes for pumpkin, but it’s sweetness lends itself perfectly to sweet treats too! These delicious pumpkin scones can be served with cream or butter!

You may also like 12 Perfect Pumpkin Recipes for the Family

#7. Halloween Chocolate Treats

halloween chocolatesMelt dark, milk and white chocolate and pour into Halloween shaped moulds to make Halloween Chocolate Treats.

You can buy Halloween chocolate silicone moulds on and

You may also like these Easy Malteser Spider Halloween Cookies

How to Package Food for Bake Sale

You’ve gone to all the trouble to make lovely home baked treats, so why not consider packaging them nicely for display? Kin Community has neat ideas in this video.

Over to you now! Do you have a great Halloween bake sale recipe? Share it with us in the comments below.

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Jill is one of the co-founders of Mykidstime and a mum of 2 girls