I recently received a package of Cheryl’s Cookies caramel fudge brownies. While I would have loved to eat them all myself, with Halloween just around the corner, I decided to curtail my cravings and make these fun monster caramel fudge brownie bars instead.

These super easy Halloween treats are a cinch to make with the whole family. You’ll enjoy the fact that they take just 15 minutes from start to finish, and your kids will have a great time decorating them with melted candy, Halloween-colored sprinkles, and candy eyes. It’s a win-win for everyone!

easy halloween treats spreading frosting
easy hallowen treats dipping in sprinkles
easy halloween treats finished on plate

Better yet, these east Halloween treats don’t require an oven. That’s right — no baking, no cooling. This is a bona fide no-fuss dessert.

You can customize this recipe, too. If you are out of candy melts, add colored frosting instead — Cheryl’s buttercream would be excellent in these brownie bars. See, even our substitutions are easy peasy.

Based on my kids’ reaction to these gooey — and ghoulish — brownie bars, I know will be making another batch soon.

Monster Caramel Fudge Brownie Bars

Prep Time 10 minutes
Set time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings:6 brownies


  • 6 Cheryl's Cookies caramel fudge brownies
  • 12 ounces candy melts (three or four different colors)
  • Halloween-colored sprinkles
  • Candy eyes


  • Unwrap Cheryl's Cookies caramel fudge brownies and set aside.
  • Place sprinkles on a wide bowl or plate, and set the candy eyes in another bowl.
  • Add each color of candy melts to a different microwave-safe bowl and microwave each in 15 seconds intervals, until melted through and smooth. Stir every 15 seconds.
  • Using a spatula or butter knife, spread the melted candy onto half the brownie, all over the top, sides, and bottom. It does not have to be perfect; some texture is good. (Alternatively, you can dip the brownie in the bowl with the melted candy.)
  • Before the melted candy sets, take some sprinkles and sprinkle them on the brownie, making sure to leave some space for the eyes. Then, add the eyes immediately.
  • Place the brownie on a cooling rack until the melted candy sets.
  • Repeat with remaining brownies.

Preethi Venkatram is a food and product photographer, food stylist, and recipe developer who lives in North Carolina.

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