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TWIX® Mummies

By Sincerely Jean

We love celebrating Halloween and making fun treats as a family. My kids and I made these yummy TWIX® Mummies and they turned out so cute. This is the perfect treat to make with your kids. My boys had so much fun putting the candy eyes on the mummies.


  • 1 bag TWIX® FUN SIZE® candies
  • 1/2 cup white chocolate, melted
  • 1 bag candy eyeballs


  • Unwrap all of your TWIX® candies and place them on some parchment paper.
  • Melt your chocolate and pour into a frosting bag.
  • Drizzle white chocolate back and forth over 3/4 of each TWIX® bar, leaving the top quarter open for the eyes.
  • Take your candy eyeballs and dab some white chocolate on the back. Place eyes on each TWIX® to make a fun face.
  • Let white chocolate dry and enjoy.

Jack-O’-Lantern Party Lanterns

By A Bubbly Life

I have always loved Halloween, and now that I have kids, I have even more fun with the décor. These DIY party lanterns are a simple decoration for any Halloween gathering. I will show you how to make two variations, but you can also get creative and customize with your own shapes and phrases. They fold up easily for storage so you can use them for multiple years, adding new candy each year.


  • Party Lanterns
  • Mod-Podge®
  • Tissue Paper
  • Brush
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon
  • Tape
  • Alphabet Stickers


  • Decorate the Jack-O’-Lantern and BOO party lanterns.

    For the Jack-O’-Lantern Version: Cut eyes, nose, and mouth shapes out of the tissue paper with scissors. Using Mod-Podge® and a brush, glue the face onto the lantern.

    For the BOO Version: Place the alphabet stickers on the lantern to spell out "BOO." You could also spell “trick-or-treat” or anything you’d like. Pick up smaller alphabet stickers for longer phrases to fit on the lantern.

  • Hang ribbon from the lantern.
  • Use tape to stick M&M'S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES®, & TWIX® FUN SIZE® candies onto the ribbon.

Skillet Monster Cookie

By My Modern Cookery

The Skillet Monster Cookie is one of my favorite desserts to make as a fun addition to a Halloween party or as a way to use all of the leftover candy after trick-or-treating. For this cookie, I like to add a variety of candies to get the perfect texture. I use M&M'S® candies for color, SNICKERS® bars for that hint of peanut, and TWIX® bars for crunch.


  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 2 cups finely chopped SNICKERS® and TWIX® candies
  • 1 cup M&M'S® candies


  • Place the butter in a 10-inch, cast iron skillet. Melt over medium heat.
  • Add the brown sugar and stir until the sugar dissolves.
  • Remove the pan from heat and allow the mixture to cool about 10 minutes.
  • Preheat the oven to 350°F.
  • Add the egg and vanilla to the cooled butter mixture. Stir until combined.
  • Add the flour, baking powder, and salt. Mix until combined.
  • Stir in the oats.
  • Stir in the M&M'S® and chopped SNICKERS® and TWIX® candies.
  • Bake 20–25 minutes or until golden brown. Be sure not to overbake.
  • Serve warm or at room temperature. It is delicious served with ice cream!

Haunted Gingerbread House

By Little Miss Party

We're always dreaming up fresh ways to celebrate our favorite holidays with fun activities we can all enjoy together. That's why we love this Haunted Gingerbread House! We couldn’t get over how perfectly orange M&M'S® and SKITTLES® candies decorated the house for our party centerpiece.


  • Gingerbread House
  • Black, White, and Orange Icing (You can add food coloring to make different colors!)
  • A Plate or Dish for the Base


  • Grab your plate and begin assembling your gingerbread house with icing on top.
  • To make a brick pattern, begin layering candy bars (like SNICKERS® or TWIX® bars) on their sides. Put icing between each candy bar to make them stick.
  • Add black icing to your roof and anywhere else on your house to make it spooky, then add orange SKITTLES® or M&M'S® candies around the edges for a pop of color.
  • Cut a SNICKERS® FUN SIZE® bar diagonally on one end to create a chimney.
  • Add cobwebs and any fun Halloween décor for your finishing touches.
  • Party!

Boo Bundle With Printables

By Alice & Lois

Booing is one of our favorite traditions to spread the spirit of Halloween throughout the neighborhood. It’s a fun way to share Halloween treats with neighbors by secretly leaving a basket of goodies on their front porch. Once the neighbor has been Boo’d, they are asked to pass on the fun by creating a Boo Basket and gifting it to another neighbor.


  • Printables
  • Bucket or Basket
  • Ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Halloween Trinkets or Toys (you can customize based on your preference)


  • Print the labels (download here). This includes the steps, a "You’ve Been Boo’d" sign, and a "We’ve Been Boo’d" sign
  • Cut out the two Boo labels and steps.
  • Tape the "You’ve Been Boo’d" label to the front of your bucket or basket.
  • Fill the bucket with candy. Our favorites are M&M’S®, SKITTLES®, SNICKERS®, and TWIX® candies!
  • Add other Halloween trinkets. Examples include glow stickers, pencils, and spider rings, but you can add whatever you want to customize your basket. Get creative!
  • Cut six inches of ribbon and adhere to the top of the "We’ve Been Boo’d" printable so your neighbor can easily hang it from their front door.
  • Secretly leave the Boo Basket on your neighbor’s front porch.

Halloween Brownies With M&M’S® Spiders

By Life a Little Brighter

I'm all about simple and festive holiday treats, so I made up these two-step brownies to serve at parties and for Halloween treats all month long. This recipe is so quick and easy, you'll love it.


  • 1 package M&M’S® Candies Peanut Ghoul’s Mix
  • 1/4 cup frosting (canned or homemade) each of 4–5 bright colors
  • 3 dozen small brownies


  • Fill piping bags (or sandwich baggies with small hole in the bottom corner) with individual frosting colors.
  • Use frosting to attach one M&M’S candy to make the spider "head." Add two frosting dots for eyes.
  • Use frosting to make eight skinny legs to complete spider.
  • Decorate remaining brownies with different colors of frosting and M&M’S® candies.

Halloween Candy Buffet

By Live Free Creative

Halloween is just around the corner, and I am so excited to pregame with this really simple, cute, and perfect Halloween Candy Buffet for my entry table. With the kids coming and going as well as their neighborhood friends, it is fun to use some of our favorites: FUN SIZE® M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES®, and TWIX® candies as decor.


  • A variety of glass jars and containers
  • A couple sizes of googly eyes
  • Glue dots


  • Stick a googly eye onto a glue dot, pull both the eye and the sticky dot off of the paper, then stick it onto the jar! Keep gluing and sticking until you have as many monster eyes as you want on each of your containers for the perfect Halloween Candy Buffet.
  • Once your jars are decorated with eyes, divide your Halloween candy by type. This makes it easier for people to grab the candy that they prefer each time they need a little piece.
  • I like to add some mini pumpkins and gourds to the Halloween Candy Buffet to increase the festiveness and make it transition well from fall decor into true Halloween design.

TWIX® Bars Caramel Popcorn

By House of Nash Eats

This recipe for TWIX caramel popcorn is perfect for parties from game day to Halloween. You can put out a big bowl and guests can munch on it all they want, or you can divide it into cellophane bags and tie the tops with some black and orange curly ribbon to deliver to neighbors.


  • 1 cup butter
  • 2 cups light brown sugar, packed
  • 1/2 cup light corn syrup
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 15 cups plain popped popcorn (about 1 cup of unpopped corn kernels)
  • 24 FUN SIZE® TWIX candy bars, chopped into bite-sized pieces
  • 2 cups milk or semisweet chocolate chips, melted


  • Melt butter in a medium saucepan, then add brown sugar, corn syrup, and salt. Stir constantly until everything combines and comes to a boil.
  • Stop stirring and let the caramel bubble for 4 minutes over medium heat without stirring. Set a timer because those 4 minutes go pretty fast when you aren't stirring!
  • A soon as the timer goes off, remove the caramel from the heat and stir in the baking soda and vanilla. The caramel will bubble up for a few seconds when you first start stirring the baking soda and vanilla in, so be careful!
  • Pour the hot caramel over a big bowl of popcorn. We just use plain popcorn that we pop on the stove in a large pan with a couple tablespoons of oil, but you can use the microwave kind or pop it in an air popper if you have one. It helps to drizzle the caramel slowly, stirring the popcorn with a long wooden spoon as you go to help coat it evenly. You don't need to worry about every piece of popcorn being coated with caramel just yet.
  • Divide the caramel popcorn evenly between two baking sheets and pop them in a 250°F oven to bake for 1 hour. Stir every 15 minutes to help the caramel corn bake evenly. The low oven temperature keeps the caramel soft so it's easy to stir and the popcorn continues to be coated with caramel until it's all evenly enrobed in sweet, caramely goodness.
  • Once the hour is up, sprinkle the caramel corn with chopped TWIX bars and pop it back in the oven for 3 minutes to help the candy melt just enough to stick to the caramel corn really well. This is going to help create clusters of caramel popcorn that have chunks of TWIX bar in them rather than having all the candy fall to the bottom of the bowl.
  • Melt some chopped milk chocolate, drizzle it over the baked caramel corn, and stick it in the fridge until the popcorn is completely cool and the chocolate has hardened. Break up the caramel corn, then store in an airtight container.

Candy-Stuffed Rice Crispy Cake

By Joy Food Sunshine

This Rice Crispy Cake loaded with chocolate candy is perfect for a Halloween or to use up your leftover candy after Halloween. It's a quick, easy, and fun recipe that feeds a crowd. Plus, it's totally customizable. Use M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, TWIX®, MILKY WAY®, and 3 MUSKETEERS candies to create the perfect centerpiece for the dessert table at your Halloween gatherings.


  • 4 cups chopped FUN SIZE® M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES®, and TWIX® candies
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1 (10 oz.) bag mini marshmallows
  • 6 cups crispy rice cereal
  • 1/2 tsp. sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp. pure vanilla extract


  • Grease a round silicone Bundt® cake pan. Set aside. Feel free to make this Rice Crispy Cake recipe in any shape you'd like, but I recommend using a silicone pan/mold!
  • Unwrap and chop 4 cups of M&M’S, SNICKERS, SKITTLES, and TWIX candies. Place in a medium bowl. Put the bowl of chopped candy in the freezer.
  • Once the chopped candy is in the freezer, melt butter in a large, deep saucepot over medium heat.
  • Once butter is mostly melted, add marshmallows and stir until smooth (this takes about 3–6 minutes).
  • Once butter/marshmallow mixture is smooth, add vanilla extract and stir to combine. Remove from heat.
  • Add crispy rice cereal and sea salt to the large pot with the marshmallow mixture. Mix until thoroughly combined.
  • Remove frozen candies from the freezer and add them to the rice crispy mixture, stirring until evenly distributed.
  • Pour the mixture into the prepared Bundt pan. Use a greased spatula or greased hands to evenly spread the mixture into the pan. Be sure to press down on the mixture to remove any holes/air pockets.
  • Allow the rice crispy Bundt cake to sit at room temperature until it has cooled, about 1—2 hours.
  • Turn the Bundt pan onto a serving plate and remove the cake. Decorate as you wish (extra candy, sprinkles, etc.) and serve!

Candy-Filled Pumpkin Balloon Patch

By A Subtle Revelry

The balloon pumpkin patch of candy is a fun way to set up a treat station for a school class party or for a decoration to place on your doorstep to delight trick-or-treaters.


  • FUN SIZE® M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES®, and TWIX® candies from your local Walmart
  • Balloons
  • Green ribbon
  • Scissors
  • 4 white foam boards
  • Glue gun
  • X-Acto® knife
  • Pencil
  • Large ruler
  • Brown paper basket filler (optional)


How to build the fence:

  • Cut one foam board in half vertically, top to bottom, and cut one foam board in half horizontally, side to side.
  • Set one half from the horizontal cut to the side.
  • On one full board, the two vertical boards, and one of the horizontal boards, draw a picket fence using the ruler and pencil.
  • Using an X-Acto® knife, cut out the unneeded piece to reveal your fence details.
  • Hot glue each "wall" of fence together to make a rectangle
  • Use the remaining foam board as the floor, set the rectangle fence on top, trace the perimeter, and cut off the excess.
  • Hot glue the "floor" to the bottom of the fence. (We used scrap pieces of foam board to secure every few pickets to the floor and add extra stability.)

How to build the candy-filled balloons:

  • Fill all of your balloons with a few FUN SIZE® M&M’S, SNICKERS, TWIX, and SKITTLES candies.
  • Blow up the balloons to a medium/small size.
  • Tie ribbons around the balloon neck and curl.
  • Once all of your balloons are filled, place them in the fenced area.

Spooky After-School Party Cookie Face

By Cupcakes and Cutlery

My house is on the smaller side, so it's not possible to throw a huge party. This idea works for small after-school gatherings. The cookie face idea is an easy activity for the family. It will not only keep them busy but also give them a little treat at the same time. Whether they want to make their cookie look like a pumpkin or a monster, each person can get creative in their own way!


  • The M&M'S® Peanut Ghoul's Mix and/or Mars Chocolate, Halloween Candy Mini Variety Mix
  • Premade large cookies from the Walmart® bakery
  • Ready-made icing to use as candy glue


  • Get creative and make a face on the cookie cake using the M&M’S and other candies in the variety packs. You can place the leftover candy in bowls and add other healthy snacks or beverages to a table to create a fun treat station.

Soft & Chewy Monster Cookies

By Adventures of Mel

Monster Cookies are a fun, festive treat to bring to Halloween parties or delight your family. I use M&M’S® and SNICKERS® candies to bring a unique twist to the cookies. To give the cookies more personality, I bring in candy eyeballs.


  • Kitchen tools: mixer, sifter, cookie sheet, cookie scoop, wire rack
  • 1/2 cup M&M'S® candies
  • 1/2 cup SNICKERS® bars
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 cup light brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 1/8 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
  • 3/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup quick oats
  • 1/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter chips
  • 1/2 cup candy eyeballs


  • Preheat the oven to 375°F.
  • Cream the butter and brown sugar.
  • Mix the peanut butter into the creamed mixture.
  • Add the egg and vanilla extract into the creamed mixture and mix well.
  • Sift together the flour, baking soda, and salt.
  • Add the sifted dry ingredients to the wet ingredients, mixing well.
  • Mix the oats into the cookie dough.
  • Add the chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, M&M'S candies and SNICKERS bars into the cookie dough, mixing everything in well.
  • Using a cookie scoop, drop cookies onto your cookie sheet.
  • Bake at 375°F for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the cookies are lightly golden.
  • While the cookies are still on the cookie sheet, gently press candy eyeballs into each cookie.*
  • Remove cookies to a wire rack to cool.

Halloween Chocolate Chip Cookie Cheesecake Bites

By The Forked Spoon

Costumes, haunted houses, pumpkins, and Halloween Chocolate Chip Cookie Cheesecake Bites—just a few of my favorite ways to celebrate Halloween throughout the month of October. Made with homemade chocolate chip cookie dough, cheesecake, and a variety of candies, these delicious Cheesecake Bites are guaranteed to be the hit of any party.


For the cookie layer:

  • 1 cup butter softened
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tsp baking soda
  • 2 tsp hot water
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 3 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1.5 cups mini choc chips

For the cheesecake layer:

  • 16 oz cream cheese at room temp
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 tbsp Halloween sprinkles

For the candies layer:

  • 28 FUN SIZE® TWIX®

For topping:

  • 1.5 cups of M&M’S® Peanut Ghoul’s Mix
  • Mini Choc Chips
  • Candy eyeballs


Cookie dough

  • In a large mixing bowl, cream together the butter, granulated sugar, and brown sugar until smooth and creamy
  • Beat in the eggs one at a time, followed by the vanilla
  • Add the hot water to a small cup and dissolve the baking soda. Add to the butter and sugars and mix well to combine
  • Add salt and flour to the mixing bowl with the butter and salt and mix well until just combined
  • Mix in the mini chocolate chips and set aside
  • Cheesecake

  • In a medium mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese until creamy. Beat in the eggs and sugar and mix until combined and creamy. Gently stir in the sprinkles and set aside
  • Assemble

  • Preheat oven to 375°F and line 9"x13" baking pan with two pieces of parchment paper so that it hangs over the side of the pan. Spray with non-stick cooking spray
  • Gather approximately half to two-thirds of the cookie dough and transfer to prepared baking pan. Use your fingers to evenly distribute the cookie dough to cover the entire bottom of the pan
  • Organize the FUN SIZE TWIX and SNICKERS candies in rows directly on top of the cookie dough, leaving a small space between each chocolate candy
  • Pour the cheesecake batter directly over the top of the candies
  • Gather large, cookie-size chunks of cookie batter and place directly on the top of the candies. Scatter with M&M’S Peanut Ghoul’s Mix and mini chocolate chips
  • Dot the top with large chunks of leftover cookie dough and additional M&M’S Peanut candies
  • Transfer to preheated oven and bake for approximately 40 minutes or until cheesecake is firm to the touch
  • Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes before adding additional chocolate candy toppings and candy eyeballs. Cover baking pan with foil and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or until cooled throughout
  • Remove the delicious bites from the refrigerator and carefully lift from the pan using the extra parchment paper
  • Slice into 48 cheesecake bites, storing in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Enjoy!

SNICKERS® Halloween Trifle

By Something Swanky

What better way to kick off three months filled with good eats and pretty treats than with a holiday that is centered around candy?! It's the perfect "gateway" holiday. It's all fun and games and SNICKERS® bars without any of the stress that comes with the gift giving, giant meal making, and extended family-ing you'll have to deal with in another month.


  • Chocolate cake mix (plus ingredients on the back of the box)
  • Whipped topping
  • Instant pudding mix (chocolate!)
  • Milk
  • SNICKERS bars
  • Chocolate syrup


  • Bake a chocolate cake using cake mix from Walmart®
  • Cut it into bite-sized pieces once cooled
  • Chop FUN SIZE® SNICKERS bars into quarters
  • Alternate layers of candy, cake, chocolate pudding, and whipped topping in a trifle dish
  • Spread the whipped topping evenly on top of the trifle
  • Draw circles (like a bullseye) with chocolate syrup on top
  • Drag a toothpick from the center circle outward repeatedly to create a spider-web look

BOO Basket

By Cutefetti

Is it just me or is Halloween more of an entire month than just a day? The possibilities for fun are endless, and today I'm adding onto that by sharing the idea of Booing or getting BOOed! Have you heard of it yet? I have some fun ideas on how to put together the perfect BOO basket featuring everyone's favorite candies. It can be spooky or sweet... the choice is yours!


  • Treat pail or gift basket
  • Mars® seasonal Halloween candies
  • Spooky baking supplies
  • Plastic spiders or bugs
  • Ribbon for bow
  • Small gift bags
  • Basket filler
  • Boo photo prop or mini-sign


  • Create cute matching bows.
  • Use baggies and ribbon to package extra items.
  • Add basket filler to your Halloween pail.
  • Add all candy and gifts to your pail and secure.
  • Deliver your Booing Gift Baskets to your friends and neighbors to make their day!

Mummy Candy Bowls

By Craftaholics Anonymous

Yay for Halloween season! I have a super cute and super easy DIY Halloween Mummy Candy Bowl tutorial coming your way today.


  • Cheese cloth
  • Halloween candy (duh)
  • Glass fish bowls
  • Large googly eyes
  • Hot glue gun


  • Cut cheese cloth into 2″ strips and hot glue around the glass fish bowl to create a mummy look. If you’d like, you could use paint or ink to add a distressed look to the white cheese cloth.
  • Hot glue googly eyes in place and you are good to go with the cutest Halloween Candy Bowl around!
  • You can use this Mummy Candy Bowl as a Halloween party centerpiece, Halloween party decor, every day Halloween decor, or you could even put a candle in it for Halloween night. So many fun ways to use this adorable DIY Mummy Candy Bowl!

Halloween Tablescape

By Darling Down South

Candy is the perfect way to bring the fun of the Halloween season to your dining room.

Witch’s Broom Treat Bags

By Unsophisticook

Candy Bar Cake

By Fun Squared

This Halloween candy cake can be the cutest centerpiece for a Halloween party or make an amazing gift for a friend.


  • Hat boxes. We get ours at the craft store and they come in a pack of 3. We use the largest one (9-in diameter) and the middle-sized one (about 7 in), but you can use any size you want.
  • Candy bars. We used M&M’S® for the bottom layer because they take up more space. Then on the next layer we did candy bars. It took about 18.
  • Bite-size candy. We filled the empty spaces with the little bite-size candies.
  • Ribbon
  • Double stick tape
  • Rubber bands
  • Decorations for the top. We grabbed some at the party store.
  • Floral foam to fit inside your top layer


  • Start with your bottom layer. (Make sure the opening of the box is down.) We put a piece of double stick tape on the back of each of our candy bars to add some extra strength, then put a rubber band around the whole layer as well.
  • Do the same thing with your next layer (but make sure the opening of your box is up) and the candy bars.
  • Place your floral foam inside the top layer and add the accents.
  • Fill with your bite-size candy in any of the open spots you've got.
  • Then add your ribbon. We also added some cute spiders.

Boo Treat Bags

By Glue Sticks

These mini Boo Treat Bags are so easy to make and are a great beginning sewing project for your family. Make a dozen and fill them with candy. It’ll set you back a bag of Halloween candy and about 1-2 minutes of sewing for each bag.


  • Fun Size M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES®, and TWIX® candies
  • Halloween fabric
  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Sewing machine
  • Ribbon


  • Cut out 2 (5×7″) rectangles of Halloween fabric. Sew the sides and bottom, leaving the top open.
  • Turn right side out, fill with candy, and tie off the top with a ribbon.
  • Then, all that’s left to do is pile everyone into the car and start delivering them! These Boo Bags literally take under 2 minutes to make using a sewing machine and are a GREAT beginning sewing project for kids.

Monster Hand Treat Bags

By Wishes and Reality

Monster Treat Bags

By Life With the Crust Off

Halloween is right around the corner! Scare up some fun for your little ghouls and goblins with these bright monster treat bags! They can decorate their own and you can fill them up with everyone’s favorite delicious candies.


  • Fun Size M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES® & TWIX® candies
  • Colored treat bags
  • Eye balls from the crafting section of your local Walmart


  • Add Fun Size M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES® & TWIX® candies to the colored treat bags.
  • Add fun monster eyes or other decorations to customize your bags.

Halloween Candy Bar

By Brite and Bubbly

I like to celebrate Halloween all month long! I bought the Mars All Chocolate variety bag, Mixed Minis Witch Bag, and a bag of M&M’S® Peanut Ghoul’s Mix. I fill two glass pumpkin jars with some of my favorite candies like M&M’S® & SNICKERS® to make fun centerpieces, and I also have some fun custom candy bags for my guests to fill up and take home as a souvenir from our party. You can DIY these bags by printing your own custom design on some white treat bags or you can have them made and printed for you.

Boo Basket

By Modern Glam

Booing is one of our favorite traditions to spread the spirit of Halloween and candy throughout the neighborhood. It’s a fun way to share Halloween treats with neighbors by secretly leaving a basket of goodies on their front porch. Once the neighbor has been Boo’d, they are asked to pass on the fun by creating a Boo Basket and gifting it to another neighbor. Check out Day 5 of the calendar for free Boo’ing printables to complete your basket of fun!

Mini Halloween Glitter Buckets

By Sprinkle Some Fun

Spooky Party Table

By Simply Every

Bat Treat Bags

By Must Have Mom

These fun and easy treat bags are perfect for classroom parties, party favors or just a surprise for your family & friends.


  • Sealable plastic bags
  • Clothespins
  • Black card stock paper
  • Sparkle tape (Scotch sells this at Walmart)
  • Double-sided tape
  • Extra-small moveable eyes


  • Add Fun Size M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES® & TWIX® candies to the plastic baggies and seal the bags.
  • Cut the shape of bat wings out of the black paper
  • Adhere the sparkle tape tone side of the clothes pin
  • Add the craft eyeballs to the top of the clothespin. This will be the opposite side as the part that clips to the bag.
  • Roll up the sealable plastic bags and then clip the clothespin to the middle of the bag.
  • Adhere double-sided tape to the back of the clothespin and stick on the bat wings.

Fun Boo Basket

By The Momma Blog

Pumpkin Piñata

By Frog Prince Paperie

With a recycled box, some tissue paper and about ten minutes, you can make a miniature piñata stuffed full of Fun Size M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES® & TWIX® candies from your local Walmart. Save your small cracker boxes! This makes building this craft project really quick.🎃


  • Fun Size M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES® & TWIX® candies
  • Orange, black and green tissue paper
  • Tape


  • Cut 2 layers of tissue paper into 2-inch strips on the long side of the tissue paper. Cut fringe into each strip. How many strips you’ll need will depend on the size of your box.
  • Cut pumpkin eyes out of black paper and a stem out of green paper.
  • Tape a piece of tissue paper over the closed end of the box to cover. Starting at the bottom (already open part) of the box, tape the strips around the box in layers until the entire box is covered. Regular tape works great, except at the top of the box where you might want to use double sided tape so it’s hidden.
  • Adhere the pumpkin eyes and stem to the box.
  • Punch a hole in the open flap and add a piece of curling ribbon. Your piñata recipient will only have to pull the string and the piñata will open.
  • Fill with your favorite Fun Size M&M’S®, SNICKERS®, SKITTLES® & TWIX® candies. Close and place a single piece of tape over the flaps.
  • If you'd like a handle for your piñata, tape ribbon to the top of the box.

Halloween Bingo

By Good Morning Loretta

Throwing a Halloween night party this year or looking for a new Halloween tradition? This BINGO game makes trick-or-treating fun for everyone! Try to beat your friends by marking your spots with M&M’S® candies when you spot a princess, a ghost, or your neighborhood teenagers trying to pass...


  • Bingo boards
  • M&M’S® Ghouls Mix


  • Print the bingo board templates here. There are 6 versions so you can play with up to 6 people.
  • Distribute to your friends/family at a costume party or during trick or treating. A lot of the items are related to costumes so it will only work if you in an environment where people are dressed up in their Halloween costumes.
  • As players find the items within their board they should mark them with M&M’S.
  • Scream “BINGO!” once you have marked five consecutive squares in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line.

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