6 Fall Desserts Your Friends Will Love

Fall is a lovely time to host a get-together or party. Hopefully your family has some birthdays or baby showers planned for this season. If not, Halloween is right around the corner and the perfect excuse for a party. Desserts are fun to make, but I like to keep them relatively simple (nothing gourmet or over-the-top fancy) so that my kids can help out. Here are some fall desserts that your friends will love and your kids can help you make.

1. Pecan Caramel Apples

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Caramel apples are a great fall treat because they’re far different than the typical cakes and cookies we usually eat. Since apples are in season, you should have no trouble picking up some delicious specimens. You could even pick them yourself if you were so inclined. This recipe calls for a bit of candy and pecans.

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2. Candy Corn Treats

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Who says candy corn has to be small? Using colored Candy Melts, decorate cereal treats to look just like the traditional Halloween Candy. Simply make old fashioned Rice Crispy treats and drizzle them with melted candy.

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3. Ghost Cupcakes

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Every Halloween party needs a ghost! These cute little cupcakes are sure to be a conversation starter. They also look a lot more complicated than they are, which will impress your guests. Simply cover melted candy over a brownie pop and place on top of a cupcake.

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4. Witch’s Fingers Cookies

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I’ll admit, these are a bit spooky! You might have a hard time convincing your kids to eat a finger, but they’re definitely tasty. If you’re having a creepy party for older kids, these will be a hit. You’ll need a special pan to mold the cookie dough, but it’s worth it for the effect.

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5. Spider Web Cookies

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Cookies are an important dessert to have at any fall party for guests who don’t feel like eating a lot of dessert. They’re also super simple to make, so invite your kids along to give you a hand – they’ll love being a part of the festivities. The icing in these takes a few hours to dry, so prepare ahead of time.

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6. Spiced Pumpkin Cake

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There’s nothing better than the smell of cake baking to warm up your home. It’s also a staple of any fall of Halloween get-together. This cake is stuffed with buttercream icing. Fondant is used to make the leaves on top, but it can be a pain to work with so I skip that part myself.

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