Last minute spooky treats: The Maya Kitchen shares quick and easy recipes for making your own Halloween goodies!

It's Halloween week! As the hunt for the perfect costume is almost over, for others, the festivities can last until this week ends as jack-o-lanterns still adorn every nook and cranny, and store shelves are stocked with every kind of candy imaginable. 

But why not take your Halloween game to the next level and whip up your own ghoulish goodies before the week ends?

 The Maya Kitchen shares some easy tricks for crafting spooky treats that the whole family will enjoy making—and eating!

Fans of the dark side are sure to love Halloween Molded Dark Chocolate Krispies, a perfectly balanced blend of dark chocolate and sweet, crunchy cereal. Shape and decorate these snacks to resemble your favorite villains and the neighborhood trick-or-treaters are sure to come back knocking on your door for more.

Add a shot of zest to any goodie bag with Homemade Halloween Gummies. These refrigerated treats require very little prep time and can be molded into different shapes and sizes, so you can fix up several batches of sweet and sour gummies in a jiffy.

Give a Maya favorite a twist when you use your Maya Oven Toaster Butter Cake Mix to make Halloween Purple Donuts! Dress up a batch of these easy-to-bake ube-flavored mini donuts with chocolate and candy sprinkles and brighten up any party table instantly.

Get even more tricks for making Halloween treats when you visit Better yet, sign up for The Maya Kitchen’s Bake Magic Together classes with your kids to learn to make delicious goodies while squeezing in some fun family time. Now that’s a treat that’s great all year round.

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Note: This is a slightly edited version of Maya Kitchen's official press release and not the blogger's original article.

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