We're Obsessed With These DIY Halloween Treats

Photo: Courtesy of Just A Taste.
The fall food scene tends to be dominated by pumpkin spice and apple-picking. But let's not forget Halloween — a holiday that, at its caramel-apple core, is a celebration of free treats. In fact, it may just be the most important day of the year for chowing down on our sugar-filled favorites.

Maybe you've grown out of the trick-or-treating-for-freebies stage (if you haven't yet, respect). Or you're just not sold on buying bags of assorted candies for yourself at the nearest pharmacy. If so, we've got your Halloween adulting answer right here: DIY treats. And what better place to scout them out than from the boss of all DIY, Pinterest?

We've rounded up 10 of the most-pinned treats in honor of this year's spooky sugarfest. So go ahead and eat your heart out (mwahahaha).
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Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth LaBau.
Witch Finger Pretzel Rods
A scary-easy pretzel rod treat — only four ingredients necessary.
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Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth LaBau.
Pretzel Pumpkins
These cuties only require three ingredients.
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Photo: Courtesy of Emilie Eats.
Pumpkin Snickers Bars
Snickers bar, meet pumpkin spice.
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Photo: Courtesy of Back To Her Roots.
Peanut Butter Monster Munch Halloween Party Mix
Caramel corn, candy corn, peanut butter, pretzels, and M&Ms — we'd have to agree that all major Halloween food groups are covered here.
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Photo: Courtesy of Just A Taste.
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
These are worth every last bite of marshmallowy craftsmanship.
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Photo: Courtesy of Just A Taste.
Halloween Candy Bark
Looking for a creative way to use up miscellaneous candy? Just unwrap and throw on a sheet pan with some melted chocolate, and wait for it to solidify.
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Photo: Courtesy of Domestically Blissful.
Caramel Apple Slices
When eating the whole damn caramel apple is just too much.
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Photo: Courtesy of Chelsea's Messy Apron.
Mini Chocolate Bat Bites
These mini chocolate bats have Oreos for wings — and now our hearts are filled with Halloween joy.
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Photo: Courtesy of Pint-Sized Treasures.
Chocolate-Dipped Candy Corn Treats
Giant Rice Crispy treats dipped in chocolate to mimic classic candy corn — yes.
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Photo: Courtesy of I Can Teach My Child.
Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups
Who knew that cookie crumbs and chocolate pudding could create such delicious dirt?
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