Looking for some last minute Halloween party ideas?
Anna Helm-Baxter of Women's Day magazine joins TODAY Food to show us how to make creepy and creative treats for the spookiest of holidays.
She shows us how to make cobweb covered candy bark, mummified brownies, sweet vampire teeth treats and more.
Wrap chocolaty brownies in icing bandages to make a sweet and spooky Halloween dessert. The sugary bindings are easily made with just vanilla frosting or melted white chocolate, a piping bag fitted with a flat tip and candy eyeballs.
Turn crunchy chow mein noodles into monstrous mounds of chocolate-covered sweetness. Dot the clusters with jellybean eyes to make these little creatures look like out of this world aliens or ghostly ghouls.
Fill white chocolate bark with salty pretzels or cream-stuffed cookies and top it with semisweet chocolate cobwebs for a terrifying treat. Finish off the spidery sweets with eight-legged malted milk ball arachnids.