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Ghoulish Mummy Treats for Halloween

Ghoulish Mummy Treats for Halloween

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It’s that time of year again! The leaves are turning orange, the pumpkin spice lattes are in full swing and your kids want to go trick-or-treating. But before you buy those expensive Halloween costumes or head out for a night of candy collection, try some ghoulish mummy treats! These spooky snacks will be sure to please even the most discriminating taste buds this season.

Mummy Treats for Halloween

Let’s start talking about Mummy Treats for Halloween!

While most of these are Mummy treats for kids, you won’t find any adults complaining about being served them! We have a great variety for you of both savory and sweet gems. They all have that great mummy look and would be the perfect party snack for any crowd.


It would be fun to make a few of these and pop your favorite mummy movie into watch for a family movie night! Are you a black and white Boris Karloff kind of family? I adore Brandon Fraser and love the Mummy Series he was in.

(just yum!)

Let’s get to these adorable Halloween treats!

Easy Mummy Pops – A Helicopter Mom

If you are looking for mummy treats on a stick, look no further! These easy pops are simple to make, delicious, and will definitely be a hit at your Halloween party all white being on a lollipop stick.

Dipped Pretzel Rod Mummies – Teaspoon of Goodness

Mummy pretzels are so easy to make and a great one for the gluten-free crowd. To make these fun Dipped Pretzel Rod Halloween Treats all you will need is white melted chocolate, pretzel rods, tootsie rolls, parchment paper, and a couple of sandwich bags.

Mummy treats for kids

Nutella Banana Mummy Rolls – Our Best Bites

If you have made mummy dogs before, this is a sweet version of the same concept. You will need a banana, Nutella, 1 package of Pillsbury Crescent sheets, and Candy eyes to whip up these gems. She has a great tutorial on how to do the perfect mummy wrap.

Mummy Pizza – Easy Halloween Dinner – The Joys of Boys

OK, this is one of those Mummy treats with dough. If you are not a fan of working with yeast, this is perfect as it starts with French bread instead. But if you love the idea of making your own pizza dough and dressing it up for Halloween, then this is an easy recipe to convert and try!

Mummy Hot Dogs – I Heart Naptime

Mummy Dogs – This easy mummy dog recipe is a family favorite. The hot dogs are wrapped in crescent dough and baked to perfection. Once they come out of the oven, add some googly eyes for effect before serving with your favorite condiments!

mummy treats with dough

Mummy Jalapeno Poppers – Recipes From a Pantry

OK, If you are looking for something to kick your Halloween parties up a notch, this is the perfect thing for your Halloween bash!

Easy Mummy Rice Krispie Treats – Life, Love, and Sugar

Rice Krispie Mummies are a hot ticket with the littles and they have a great Rice Krispies Mummy treats recipe for all of us! And yes, you can use any puffed rice cereal you find at the store – I usually get it for a buck a box. Let’s face it – I probably have the only kid who doesn’t like cereal treats so these mummy rice krispies treats would be all for me!

Mini Mummy Pizzas – Dessert Now Dinner Later

English Muffin pizzas are taken to an entirely different level here! These adorable Mini Mummy Pizzas are a super easy treat to make and look great too for getting you into Halloween Spirit!

mummy treats for Halloween

Halloween Apple Turnover Mummies – Kitchen Counter Chronicle

If you are looking for easy Halloween treats these are a great option and use puff pastry sheets. It is a perfect way to use up the last of those apples that you got during your fall orchard adventures. These are basically adorable apple hand pies.

Mummy Bark – Chelsea’s Messy Apron

White candy melts are the secret to this tasty Halloween treat. Personally, I would keep them in an airtight container. After you peel it off your cookie sheet, it might become one of your favorite Halloween treats – if not for the simple reason that it is incredibly easy to make!

No-Bake Mummy Cookies (3 Ingredient) – Recipes Fromm a Pantry

If Halloween rice krispies treats aren’t your thing – these 3 ingredient cookies might be the perfect easy recipe for your school parties. They use white fudge Ding Dongs and could technically be considered a storebought treat.

Yummy Mummy Treats – Crazy Little Projects

This is a different take on the mummy pretzel-themed treats – you still make the small lines of white chocolate across the rods and create mummy eyes as you set them onto wax paper to set up.

easy to make mummy treats

Mummy Cookies – Chelsea’s Messy Apron

I’m just amazed that only four ingredients go into these adorable and delicious Mummy Cookies! They are so easy to make and take only a little bit of time. As far as Halloween recipes go, you can get a spooky treat for little kids that seems like it came right out of the baking aisle.

Mummy Rice Krispie Treats – Like Mother Like Daughter

Yup – the perfect Halloween treats for the whole family. You will need a microwave-safe bowl to make this quick Halloween recipe.

Gingerbread Mummy Halloween Treats – Hands On As We Grow

I love to get the gingerbread men cookies out of the freezer section of the grocery stores – they are already rolled out and cut, just ready to bake-off. Your finished treats will be done in no time!

This is the time of year to whip up a fun Halloween party food idea or two. If you are looking for easy Halloween treats, then check out some of these recipes we found!

Other fun Halloween ideas for you to try:

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