Halloween Tombstone Treats: 20 Recipes to Dig Up Your Next Party
Spooky graveyard treats are part of the festive fun of Halloween. This collection of tombstone recipes will help you make delicious treats that both kids and adults will enjoy. From cakes to cookies, from candy to brownies, you’ll find creative ways to incorporate tombstones into your party food. Graveyard decor ranges from tombstones and dirt to skulls, bones and worms. Let your creative side take over as you make these innovative and edible recipes that will get you in the spirit of the season with their creepy and ghastly decorations. You’re sure to find the perfect recipe in this spook-tacular collection of Halloween tombstone treats!
Halloween Tombstone Treats: 20 Recipes to Dig Up Your Next Party
A chocolate sheet cake frosted with butter pecan chocolate fudge icing and covered with crushed oreos provides the perfect spooky dirt graveyard to unleash your creative decorating skills. Create edible tombstones, fence, skeletons and ghosts. Impressive!
Spooky Graveyard Halloween Cake by The Road To Honey
Dip rectangular peanut butter rice krispie treats in white chocolate and let it set. Use Butterfinger chocolate skulls to attach to the top of the rice krispie tombstones. Pipe on RIP with black melted chocolate and add some sprinkles to the bottom of the tombstone. Cute!
Peanut Butter Cup Skulls Tombstone Treats by The Baking Chocolatess
Yummy chocolate cake bites in the shape of tombstones will be a hit at your Halloween party! Use graveyard and tombstone molds to bake the mini cakes in. Use red marshmallow creme filling and follow the directions on how to insert it into each mini-cake for a creepy, but edible red ooze. Add a simple sugar glaze and the look is complete. So creative!
Chocolate Tombstone Snake Cakes by Inspired By Charm
Upgrade chocolate frosted brownies to graveyard status with just a few simple spooky decorations. Pipe on green “grass” icing and set a candy pumpkin on it. Either create your own edible tombstone or purchase candy tombstones to stick at the head of the brownie. To serve, arrange all the brownies to resemble a graveyard.
Halloween Brownie Bites by Kelly Stilwell
The kids will love to help you decorate this easy chocolate bark candy for Halloween. Melt the chocolate and add broken pretzels, M & M’s, tombstone-shaped chocolates, candy pumpkins and Halloween-colored sprinkles. Easy, fun and delish!
Tombstone Halloween Candy Bark by This Lil Piglet
Plan ahead and make and frost these tombstone sugar cookies the day before you plan to decorate them so that the icing will be set. Use black edible spray paint to give the tombstones more dimension. When ready to decorate the detail, you’ll pipe on black royal icing for the outline, spider web and RIP. Awesome!
Tombstone Halloween Cookies by Rainy Day Mum
This yummy sweetened chocolate cream cheese dip gets a garnish of crushed oreo crumbs for a “dirt” topping. Scatter some candy corn, candy pumpkins over the top. Stick in some Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies for tombstones. Dig in!
Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip by Well Plated
These pizza dough dippers get baked in a tombstone mold for a graveyard-inspired theme for your Halloween appetizer table. Have a jar of your favorite pizza sauce heated and ready for dipping. Use homemade dough or store bought. It’s an easy and savory way to keep it festive and on point.
Tombstone Pizza Pockets by The Skinny Fork
Rice Krispie treats have never looked creepier! Kids will love to create their own graveyard with these rice krispie treats and decorate them with cookies and crème candy bars for the tombstones. Add on candy grass, gummy monsters and more.
Rice Krispie Treats Zombie Graveyard by Princess Pinky Girl
Homemade chocolate and peanut butter pudding gets a topping of crushed oreos or brownie crumbles to resemble dirt. Dip nutter butter cookies in melted white chocolate wafers to coat them. Pipe on RIP and stick one in each pudding cup.
Graveyard Pudding Cups by The Seaside Baker
Here’s a chocolate “graveyard” sheet cake that the kids will love to help decorate. Frost it with chocolate icing and garnish with crushed cookie crumbs. Add a fence out of pretzels or Pirouette cookies. Ghost peeps, RIP cookies and more can decorate the fenced graveyard. Fun!
Spooky Halloween Graveyard Cake by Creative Super Girl
Cupcakes with shiny colorful gummy worms poking through their edible dirt are creepy good fun! Add tombstone toppers to the cupcakes by using the template provided to print these on card stock.
Graveyard Cupcakes by Boulder Locavore
These easy sugar cookies get a white royal icing frosting before being personalized with fun tombstone writing. Once the icing has set, use edible markers to write on the tombstones. Kids will enjoy helping with this creative writing project!
Halloween Tombstone Cookies by Noshing With The Nolands
Kids will have fun making these s’mores and decorating them with Halloween colors and candy pieces. Use black, orange, pink and green melted chocolate wafers, candy sprinkles and gummy worms and monsters for garnish.
Halloween Graveyard S’mores by Coupon Clipping Cook
Sheet pan brownies make the perfect graveyard. Each brownie “grave” gets dug only to be filled and back in with its own crumbled “dirt.” Candy skeletons adorn each grave along with Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies for tombstones. Pipe on green grass frosting around each grave. Dig in!
Halloween Brownie Graveyard by Culinary Ginger
Plan ahead with these amazing homemade edible graveyard items. Homemade chocolate mousse gets topped with an edible zombie hand and homemade cookies and cream tombstones. It’s the perfect scary treat for your Halloween dessert table.
Chocolate Mousse Graveyards by Hungry Happening
For a homemade savory treat, make these taco-inspired graveyard cups. Use clear plastic cups to layer in black beans and homemade guacamole Top with chopped black olives and green onions. Yum! For dipping, use baked thin flat pizza crust that you cut out in the shape of tombstones. Awesome!
Graveyard Taco Cups by Fork And Beans
Each cupcake gets a decorative grave and marshmallow tombstone with this fun activity. Pipe on green frosting for grass, add a little crushed oreos for the grave dirt and add candy bones or other candy graveyard decor.
Halloween Cupcakes by Quirky Inspired
Super fast and delish, these nutella-flavored rice krispie treats are cut to resemble tombstones. Use melted white chocolate to pipe on RIP on each tombstone and enjoy. Easy!
Tombstone Rice Krispie Treats by Your Cup Of Cake
Make this festive no-bake cake for your Halloween party. Crushed oreos make up the crust that’s topped with a sweetened cream cheese and pudding filling. Add on more crushed oreos for dirt and decorate with candied pumpkins and chocolate cookies for tombstones. Refrigerate before serving.
Graveyard Dirt Cake by Lil Luna
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