Rice krispie

Fang-tastic Halloween party food you can make in 15 minutes

These ghoulish goodies are as simple as they are delicious

Fang-tastic Halloween party food you can make in 15 minutes

No-bake and so easy to make, these spooktacular Halloween treats can be magicked up in minutes.

From creepy cookie monsters to deathly donuts, scroll on to discover our top (trick or) treats...


Ginger-dread skeletons 

Spicy iced bites to give ghoulish guests a fright! 

  • Mini Gingerbread men
  • Asda Pastel Writing icing pack 
  • Asda coloured writing icing 

Arrange some mini gingerbread men on a large serving platter. 

Using the white icing from an Asda pastel writing pack, draw a skull and bones on each figure. 

Then finally, use the black icing from an Asda coloured writing icing pack to add eyes, nose and a mouth. 


Ready-to-use cake mix and frosting make these monster treats so easy. Here's what you'll need:

  • Asda Scoop & Bake Chocolate Flavoured Cake Mix
  • Dr. Oetker Extra Strong Green Food Colour Gel
  • Asda Vanilla Flavour Frosting
  • Asda Ice Cream Choc Sprinkles
  • Cake Décor Edible Eyes
  • Asda Coloured Writing Icing
  • ½ a Cadbury Finger


Spoon the cake mix into 15 cupcake cases. Bake according to the pack instructions. Allow to cool.

Stir a few drops of food colouring into the tub of frosting until you get an even bright-green colour.

Dollop frosting on each cake. Shape into the flat head of Frankenstein’s Monster with a blunt knife.

Scatter sprinkles onto a small plate. Dip the top of each to form the monster’s ‘hair’.

For each cake, add edible eyes and black icing to create a face. 

Push ½ a Cadbury Finger into the frosting on each side for neck-bolts.

Biscuit monsters

These choccy horror cookie sandwiches look as good as they taste! Here's what you will need to make them:

  • Asda Cookies & Cream Biscuits
  • Asda 'Orrible Orange Halloween Icing
  • Asda Halloween Green, Orange & Black Strands
  • Asda Purple Pearls Sprinkles
  • Cake Décor Edible Eyes

Separate the biscuits into halves; scrape out the filling.

Sandwich two biscuit rounds together with a blob of icing.

Roll the edges of each filled biscuit in both types of sprinkles. Finish each monster with two edible eyes.


Incy-wincy donut spiders

Look who's crawling towards your mouth on pretzel legs...Good thing he's deliciously chocolatey. Here's what you'll need to make these donut spiders:

  • Baker's Selection Mini Chocolate Donuts
  • Flipz Dark Chocolate Covered Pretzels
  • Writing Icing 
  • 2 Cake Decor Edible Eyes 

Arrange the donuts on a serving platter. 

Use a sharp knife to cut and trim the pretzels into curved leg shapes. You'll need 8 for each donut. Press 4 legs into the top of the donut either side. 

Finally, using a dab of writing icing as glue, stick your edible eyes on each donut. 

Chocolate bat cakes

Sink your teeth into these fang-tastic frosted 'bad' fairy cakes with spooky biscuit wings. Get the below ingredients in stock and get ready to indulge in these spooky treats: 

  • Asda Chocolate Flavour Frosting
  • Asda Fairy Cakes
  • Asda Cookies & Cream Biscuits
  • Jelly sweets
  • Cake Décor Edible Eyes
  • Fangs from Cake Décor Crazy Faces
  • Red-coloured jam

Spread a little of the frosting over the top of each fairy cakes.

Separate the cookies into halves until you have one round for each cake. Scrape out the cream filling. Carefully cut each biscuit into two equal semicircles.

Top each of the cupcakes with two semicircles (overlapping the edges like wings), two jelly sweet halves for ears, two eyes and two fangs.

For the blood, dab a little red jam on the fangs before serving.

Monster Mash Popcorn

Introducing monster mash popcorn. Otherwise known as gruesomely green and gooey nibbles scattered with mini mallows and scary Halloween sweets. Grab the below ingredients to make them:

  • Asda Mini Mallows
  • Dr. Oetker Green Extra Strong Food Colour Gel
  • Asda Sweet & Salty popcorn
  • Cake Decor Edible Eyes
  • Asda Teeth & Lips 

Put a handful of the mini mallows into a large microwave-safe bowl with a knob of unsalted butter. Zap for 30 secs at a time until totally melted.

Drizzle over a few drops of the food colouring and mix to a uniform slime-green shade. 

Add some popcorn then stir quickly to coat before the marshmallow sets. Scatter over some edible eyes and tooth sweets and more mini mallows. Allow to set for 5 minutes before serving. 

Ghostly brownie bites

These grisly ghouls are a winning combination of marshmallows and mini chocolate brownies. To make them you'll need:

  • Asda White Piping Icing
  • Asda Skull Mallows
  • Baker's Selection Mini Brownies

Use a dot of the icing to stick a mallow on top of each brownie.

Surround the base of each mallow with more white icing so it flows down the sides of the brownie.

Rice Kreepies Bars

They're a sort of crunchy, kind of chewy and a bit colourful – too bad they won't stop staring at you! To make these frightfully fun bars make sure you pick up:

  • Kellogg's Rice Krispies Squares chewy-tastic Marshmellow bars
  • Asda white chocolate 
  • Unsalted butter
  • Dr Oetker Extra Strong Food Colour Gel 
  • Cake Decor Edible Eyes

Put some Krispies on a tray lined with baking paper

Zap a bar of white chocolate with a knob of butter in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between until completely melted and smooth. 

Divide the mixture between a few bowls and add a drop of food colouring of your choice to each one. 

Stir until you get a uniform shade. 

Use a spoon to coat the top half of each Rice Krispies Square with the various colours of the chocolate. 

Add the edible eyes to make different monster designs, pushing the eyes into the chocolate while it's still melted. Allow to set for 5 minutes, then transfer to a serving plate. 

black cat doughnuts

Do-nut be a scaredy-cat! These black iced doughnut treats are so easy to decorate. You'll need:

  • Asda Ready to Roll Black Icing
  • Asda Ring Donuts
  • Baker's Selection Mini Ring Donuts
  • Asda Writing Icing
  • Pink sprinkles
  • Cake Décor Edible Eyes

Chop the icing into small pieces. Reserve a small amount and put the rest into a microwave-safe bowl with a splash of water.

Heat in the microwave, stirring every 20 secs until melted and smooth.

Take a selection of the donuts and dip half of each one into the black glaze. Put on a wire rack over a baking tray to set.

Draw whiskers onto each one using the writing icing. Attach a pink sprinkle for the nose and two edible eyes. Roll the reserved black icing into ears and stick in place with writing icing.

Have our spooktacular treats got you dreaming of a totally spooky Halloween bash? Make sure to stock up on everything you need online or pop into your local store.