By Vanessa Greaves

You don't have to be a mad scientist to cook up these adorable Halloween treats. They're so easy, the kids can help you make them. Happy Halloween for everyone!

1. Witches' Hats

Lots of reviewers used a dab of melted chocolate instead of honey to "glue" the chocolate kiss to the fudge cookie to make the hat.

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2. Acorn Candy Cookies

"I made this for a work Halloween luncheon," says Sherry Zordani Shondy. "Everyone thought they were the cutest little things ever and wanted to know exactly how to make them."

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3. Monster Bites

The recipe calls for candy corn teeth, but you can use slivered almonds instead to make this a healthier treat.

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4. Halloween Popcorn Pumpkins

Be sure to use plain popcorn for this recipe because you'll be adding butter to the mix. ccleveland says, "Great idea for Halloween -- always looking for something fun to do with the kids. They enjoyed passing them out to their friends -- kids ate them up and adults raved about them!"

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5. Halloween Ghosties

You'll need only three ingredients to make these cute and clever little treats, and you don't have to be a little kid to like them. wendy says, "These were a big hit at my teenage son's Halloween party."

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6. S'more Eyeballs

"My granddaughter and I had a blast making these," says Sheila LaLonde. "The added bonus was that they tasted great, too! Even after sitting and cooling they were still delicious and addictive. The crust gave these a really good flavor."

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7. Candy Corn Bark

"Spectacular! Very sweet but I could not stop eating it," says PULLEYHEATHER.

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8. Magic Wands

"This works really well with melted white chocolate chips too," says Kelly. "It is a nice not too sweet treat for Halloween and it's a very simple and quick way for the kids to participate."

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9. Spider Web S'mores

Jill notes, "If you want to toast the marshmallow, you can either take a match (adults do this for your child) and hold it over the marshmallow fluff to give it a burnt look or stick it in a toaster oven for 5 minutes or until it is toasted a little bit."

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