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10+ Homemade Halloween Candy Recipes

Looking for homemade candy recipes that are all treats and no tricks? These devilishly delicious homemade Halloween treats are perfect for a scarefest to remember!

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Spiced Chocolate Truffles

Spiced Chocolate Truffles

“I make truffles for family events and gift-giving. Someone once asked me to add pumpkin spice, and now my recipe is legendary.” —Gerry Cofta, Milwaukee, WI

Get the recipe for Spiced Chocolate Truffles.

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Scary Eyeballs

“Kids will squeal with delight at the sight of these eyeball treats. But the peanut butter flavour is the best part!” —Shannon Blatchley, Ludlow, Massachusetts

Get the recipe for Scary Eyeballs.

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Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

“I like using pretty mini muffin liners and topping these homemade peanut butter cups with coloured sprinkles to coordinate with the holiday we’re celebrating. People can’t believe how simple it is to make this irresistible candy with gooey peanut butter centres. This is how to make homemade peanut butter cups.” —LaVonne Hegland, St. Michael, Minnesota

Get the recipe for Homemade Peanut Butter Cups.

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Mini S'mores

Mini S’mores

“Combine marshmallow creme, chocolate, graham crackers and more for a summery delight at any time of year.” —Stephanie Tewell, Elizabeth, Illinois

Get the recipe for Mini S’mores.

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Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles

“Sweet chocolate, creamy peanut butter and salty pretzels create a to-die-for truffle. It’s a little bite of decadence and a special indulgence for the holiday season.” —Ashley Wisniewski, Champaign, Illinois

Get the recipe for Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter & Pretzel Truffles.

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Marshmallow Ghosts

“Kids of all ages can help prepare these easy-to-make treats. With just three ingredients that I often keep on hand, they can be put together at a moment’s notice.” —Nancy Foust, Stoneboro, Pennsylvania

Get the recipe for Marshmallow Ghosts.

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Chocolate Marshmallow Peanut Butter Squares

“I combined a couple of recipes to create these crunchy, chocolaty peanut butter marshmallow bars that burst with flavour. The bars could also pass for fudge!” —Dawn Lowenstein, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania

Get the recipe for Chocolate Marshmallow Peanut Butter Squares.

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halloween candy recipes - Martian Marshmallows

Martian Marshmallows

“Wrap leftovers in cellophane and hand them out as favours—if they haven’t all disappeared by the end of the party.” —Teri Rasey, Cadillac, Michigan

Get the recipe for Martian Marshmallows.

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Cookies ‘n’ Cream Fudge

“I invented this confection for a bake sale at our children’s school. Boy, was it a hit! The crunchy chunks of sandwich cookie soften a bit as the mixture mellows. It’s so sweet that one panful serves a crowd.” —Laura Lane, Richmond, Virginia

Get the recipe for Cookies ‘n’ Cream Fudge.

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halloween candy recipes - Three Chip English Toffee

Three-Chip English Toffee

“With its melt-in-your-mouth texture and scrumptiously rich flavour, this is the ultimate toffee! Layered on top are three kinds of melted chips plus a sprinkling of walnuts. Packaged in colourful tins, these pretty pieces make impressive gifts.” —Lana Petfield, Richmond, Virginia

Get the recipe for Three-Chip English Toffee.

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Candy Bar Fudge

“My manager at work, who knows I like to try new treat recipes, shared this one with me. I’ve made this chewy and chocolaty fudge many times since. Packed with nuts and caramel, it’s like a candy bar. Everyone who’s tried it loves it.” —Lois Freeman, Oxford, Michigan

Get the recipe for Candy Bar Fudge.

Next, check out our recipes for 10+ spooky and sweet Halloween cupcakes.

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