For you, Halloween means scary movies; for your kids, it’s all about the sugar. What better way to get into the spooky spirit than with one of these DIY treats that they can help make?

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Sweet and Salty Marshmallow Popcorn

Make like PureWow Coterie member Maria Lichty and have your kids stir in the candy.

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Mummy Cupcakes

The more disheveled the mummy, the better. (Thanks, Katie Workman.)

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Cute and Easy Mini Halloween Doughnuts

Bats, monsters and spiders, oh my.

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Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs

Let the kids assemble, then watch them melt in the oven.

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Marshmallow Monsters

Googly eyes? Check. Sprinkles? Double check.

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Brownie Spiders

The kids can attach the legs; you can eat the leftovers.

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Pretzel Candy Spiderwebs

Much less scary than the real thing.

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Halloween Chocolate Pretzel Bites

Grab some forks and let them go wild.

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Halloween Spider Cupcakes

Getting your kids in the kitchen has never been easier.

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3-Ingredient Butterfinger Caramel Apples

Using pre-made caramel candies makes this kid-friendly.

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Monster Popcorn Balls

Bonus points for the plastic vampire teeth.

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Halloween Banana Popsicles

Frighteningly good, and sorta healthy. 

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Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups

As fun to make as they are to eat.

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Chocolate Bark Halloween Brownies

Two words: sugar rush.

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