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Maybe it's Thursday night and you've just found a flyer in your son's backpack that says he should bring thirty Halloween-themed treats to school on Friday. Or maybe you forgot that you told your neighbor that you are responsible for snacks at this year's block party.
Anyway, autumn is a busy time of the year, and it's no shame that you no longer have time for homemade candied apples or all over again pumpkin pie.
With so many simple treat ideas floating around, you can put together a creepy culinary creation in less time than you need to wrap a mummy for toilet paper. We have put together our 10 favorite ideas to make Halloween in a hurry.
So don't worry about that party you've forgotten. Stop emphasizing the fifty marshmallow cobwebs that you wanted to prepare. Use our handy list instead to make some simple, creepy snacks – fast!
Nothing starts a party as good as a solid selection of snacks. These grab-and-go options will delight both adults and children, and they take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
- Pumpkin Pie Dip: Save the chips and salsa for the summer and make this festive version of chips and dip instead. Ready in just five minutes, it's perfect for a last minute meeting.
Get the recipe: Cooking Classy
- Celery Snails and caterpillars: These little boys are a hit with younger ghouls and gnomes, but we guarantee that older spirits will also enjoy it. They are only celery and peanut butter, but we can't get enough of these cute creepy jitters.
Get the recipe: Women's Day
- Deviled Spider Eggs: Deviled eggs are a classic party. Add black olives and you have the worst nightmare of an arachnophobe.
Get the recipe: A Side of Sweet
Halloween is all about candy. Brownies and cakes are fun, but we love these super fast ideas even more.
- Spider Oreo Pops:  You use in-store cookies for this treat, so it comes together faster than a spider spins its web. They are super fast to make, but they disappear even faster from the treat table.
Receive the recipe: Chelsea & # 39; s Messy Apron
- Witches and broomsticks: This is so easy, you probably don't even need the recipe. And who doesn't like pretzels and peanut butter cups?
Receive the recipe: Fabulessly Economical
- Donut Hole Mummies : Don't waste time baking donut holes – buy them! Then cover them with strips of melted white chocolate for a sweet look at this Egyptian scary.
Get the recipe: High heels and grills
- Halloween owls : these are almost too cute to eat – but not entirely. This sweet fall treat works for any festival or event with an autumn theme, but it is also perfect for Halloween. We don't know "who" they are looking for, but you have to admit that the question is a little creepy.
Receive the recipe: Easy and Delish
Brews and Bubbles  Everyone loves the friend who generously brings libations to the party. Trust us: punch, cider and hot chocolate are easy to prepare and always welcome with a sample puree.
- Spooky Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate: So yes, it takes two hours to make, but it's only five minutes work. If you can, just take the slow cooker to the party. Connect it to the treat table and let your kettle boil and bubble until this dessert is ready.
Get the recipe: Cheese Curd in Paradise
- Spooky Halloween Party Punch: With a little foresight, you can really beat this blow & # 39 ;. Freeze some water in plastic gloves and let the frozen, skeletal hands float in this sweet, carbonated punch. Will anyone be brave enough to steal a sip?
Get the recipe: Simply Happy Foodie
- Shrunken heads in Cider : leave it to Martha Stewart to create the ultimate Halloween potions. Apple cider is suitable for the season, but when you add shrunken apple cups, it becomes downright spooky!
Get the recipe: Martha Stewart
If you have forgotten a party, or are just too busy to spend a lot of time making delicacies, try one of our 10 tasty, last minute options for Halloween. They are guaranteed to satisfy every monster with the mash or every ghost during the seance.