6 Ways Anyone Can Decorate A Halloween Dessert

Lately, I’ve been battling migraines.  I don’t know why all of a sudden I’m getting them, after not having them for awhile.   So I’ve got recipes lined up, I can’t wait to share but for today I’m still under the weather, I decided I would share different ways I found online on how to decorate Halloween treats, that anyone can do.
Decorating can be lots of fun, which is something I love doing.  Not everyone has amazing decorating skills, so I wanted to share with you different ways you can have great looking desserts with minimal efforts.  Showing you that even a novice can create amazing looking treats.  Below are 6 Ways Anyone Can Decorate A Halloween Dessert:

1. Using Oreos and M & M’s as eyeballs all over @ Monster Eye Cake

Super easy Monster Eye Cake for Halloween | by Carrie Sellman for TheCakeBlog.com

2. Using candies to create a scene @ Linus Great Graham Pumpkin Patch

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3.  googly eyes make everything better @ The Idea Room
Halloween-cookies

4.  play with your food @ Fork & Beans
Silly Apple Bites

5. fruit roll ups are a must needed supply @ Betty Crocker
Fruit Roll-Ups™ Jack-o'-Lanterns on a Stick

6. healthy is just as sweet @ Frugal Coupon Living
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**all images are taken from the site I got the idea from.**

What are your favorite ways to eat your Halloween treats?

 

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