I have searched the web for new and spooky owl recipes to present you this year's Halloween treats round-up. This post has something for everyone, even if you are new to baking. Let's start with the first recipe for making brownie bites in owl and bat shapes perfect for those of us who are on gluten free and vegan diet. You can go to Fork and Beans for the complete instructions and ingredients.
I love pretzels! They even taste better combined with chocolate. If you do too then you will really enjoy making these pretzel treats that can be made a night before the trick or treaters show up on you door. Make owls, ghosts, pumpkins and mummies with this recipe.
There are tons of Oreo owl recipes that we have seen in the past but this one is super cute! This recipe calls for Oreo cookies, pizzelle cookies, M&Ms, and nutella. It's a simple and an easy recipe that can be added to your Halloween party menu.
The Halloween oreo truffles recipe teaches how to make witch, spider, frankenstein and owl using only a few ingredients. These cute little guys are sure to blow your guests away!
Kick things off with these kids-friendly halloween themed pancakes. Choose from owl, dracula, bat or skeleton. Find the instructions for making each of the pancake here.
These eyes will be watching you all night long! Get the tutorial on how you can make these owl-oween cookies here.
These woodland creatures candy apples will be a huge hit among the kids. The chipmunk is killing me! Make the whole gang with the tutorial given here.
When I first saw these Owl Sugar Cookies, I thought these would be awesome Hedwig the owl cookies for Harry Potter themed halloween party. What do you think?
This recipe for no-bake rice krispies owl cookies is a great treat idea for holiday parties, to send at your kid's school or as centerpieces.
Make your own Night Owls with this simple recipe.