Spider Web Layered Taco DipLayered taco dip is easy to make and is a great snack to serve at a party. This spooky version is perfect for Halloween!
Skeleton Deviled EggsSomething fun around the Halloween/Day of the Dead. Hard boil eggs. Use straws to "punch out" eyes, nose teeth in egg white, then either serve them as hard boiled eggs, or cut in half and make deviled egg mix to fill them and close them back up!
Crispy Bat WingsWe call this appetizer Crispy Bat Wings with Blood Dipping Sauce and serve it for Halloween. Don't worry, it's just chicken wings and a lovely chili blackberry dipping sauce made to mimic the gory title. These are actually really easy to make, so kids might enjoy helping you with this in the kitchen.
Giant Halloween Chocolate Chip CookiesThis year at Halloween, I won't be seeing my grandchildren due to COVID. They just love Nana's chocolate chip cookies. I made each of the young ones thick chocolate chip cookies (giant 10inches around) and decorated them with candy corn, dark candy corn and candy pumpkins as Jack-o'-Lanterns and carefully mailed them out to them!
Halloween Saltine ToffeeThis saltine toffee is just the sugar bomb you need for Halloween. It is easy to make and is a great gift. This version is made with white chocolate, but you can use any type of chocolate chips you like.
Halloween Chex Party MixHere is an easy way to make Chex party mix into a fun Halloween themed treat. This recipe is for a double batch. I mostly stuck to the original Chex recipe but instead of bagel chips, I added Bugles, which remind me of cornucopias. I also added Halloween peanut butter M&Ms.
Cheese Filled Potato FingersHere's a tricky treat for your kids this Halloween. Trick them with a simple potato snack that's simply homemade and healthy. Kids who don't like potatoes will surely dig in.
Boo BrowniesWith ghosts popping straight up at you, these brownies are the perfect treat for Halloween. All you need is your favourite brownie mix, some marshmallows, and marshmallow ghost Peeps. I toasted the marshmallows with a culinary torch to add to their spookiness.
Graveyard BrowniesThese spooky brownies are a scream for Halloween time! They are so easy to put together. You can get real creative with the details. Once you bake and cool the brownies, this could be a great edible craft for the little ones.
Squishy EyeballsSave this simple recipe for the Halloween celebration. You can make it more appealing by adding some more details. Here's how you can basically make it on your own.
Apple SmilesThese are tasty apple snacks that look like smiling mouths. They are so easy to make, kids will have fun assembling them... and devouring them!
Creepy Halloween "Finger Foods"This is a simple way to make your hot dog wieners look like chopped fingers. Add a little ketchup and it takes that creepy turn. Have fun!
Monster SandwichMy mum used to put these monster sandwiches in my lunch so I'd have a laugh during break. I make them now, and not just for Halloween. It's simple, cute, and super yummy!
Spooky Spider PizzaThis pizza is super easy to make for Halloween. I love the contrast of colours from the pizza, the web made from ranch dressing, and the spiders made of olives. Oh, and it's super yummy, too!
Teriyaki Bat WingsChicken wings marinated in teriyaki sauce makes a spooky, yet yummy appetizer!
Mummy Hot DogsThis is great for Halloween. Take your favorite pack of hot dogs, wrap them in crescent roll dough. I pressed the dough out and cut into strips. Wrap around and leave hot dog peeking out in areas. Bake for 12 - 14 mins. Add ketchup for eyes. Then I used ketchup and mustard to make a spider web on the dip.
Mummy PizzasThese tasty pizzas are really easy to make and easy to customize for picky eaters. Just about any topping can be layered underneath the cheese.
Halloween Tongue SausageEveryone's starting to talk about Halloween and I would like to share this tongue twisting recipe.
Halloween Potato PumpkinsHalloween is coming. This is a fun recipe/craft to make with some ingredients you've already got laying around the kitchen. They're so cute to look at and a treat to eat! I used potatoes but you can use a mix with sweet potatoes, too, for added colour.
Spider Cookie Dough TrufflesThese delicious no bake cookie dough truffles include mini chocolate chips. I decided to serve them as a dessert for Halloween. YUM!
Jack-O'-Lantern Stuffed Bell PeppersThese cute Jack-o'-lantern peppers, with black bean stuffing, are perfect for Halloween dinner. This recipe is vegetarian but could be made with a more traditional ground beef stuffing mix. They are delicious either way.
Graveyard BrowniesIf you are looking for a spooky treat for your Halloween party, these brownies are perfect!
Scary Apple Monster MouthsOur daughter made these scary apple monster mouths for school and she wanted to make them again at home. They are fun to make and even more fun to eat!
Banana GhostsThese spooky bananas are super tasty and are a quick, healthy Halloween treat to make!
Pumpkin OrangesThese pumpkin oranges make a great healthy treat for Halloween and they are easy to put together!
Jello Jack-O'-Lantern CupsThese jack-o'-lantern Jello cups are easy to make and perfect for a Halloween party!
String Cheese Witch BroomsIf you are looking for a more nutritious Halloween treat, give these string cheese witch brooms a try!
Halloween Pretzel TreatsThese fun pretzel treats are easy to make and are the perfect combination of salty and sweet.
Frankenstein Pudding CupsThese Frankenstein pudding cups are an easy Halloween treat that kids will love!
Monster DoughnutsIf you are looking for a quick and inexpensive treat, give these monster doughnuts a try! They are perfect for a Halloween party or as a classroom treat!
Mummy EnchiladasThese creamy "mummy" enchiladas are perfect for dinner on Halloween!
Rice Krispy PumpkinsIf you like rice krispy treats, then you will love these adorable and yummy pumpkins!
Pretzel PumpkinsThese pretzel pumpkins have the perfect combination of salty and sweet. They are a great treat for your next Halloween party.
Apple Monster MouthsThese treats are a little more healthy than most, but are sure to fit right in with other spooky treats at your Halloween party.
Gruesome Band-Aid CookiesThese gruesome cookies are sure to creep out your party guests. If they are brave enough to try one they are sure to love them.
Pretzel Skeleton Treat BagsThese treat bags are easy to make and are perfect for a kids Halloween party.
Halloween Spider CookiesI made these cookies with ingredients that I had on hand. They turned out pretty cute and the kids loved them!
Halloween Snack MixThis is great snack for a Halloween party. This is so easy!
Baby Mummy SausagesThese are a tasty and cute side dish to make for your next Halloween party. They can be put together and cooked in less than half hour.
Marshmallow Witch TreatsThis quick little Halloween dessert is easy to make so it's great for parties or just for fun. Kids and adults alike will love to munch on these sweet treats.
Spider CupcakesThis is a cute way to decorate cupcakes for Halloween. A great treat to bring to a party.
Pumpkin SoupIf you get to the grocery store right after hallow'een you may be lucky enough to find pumpkins being given away. Even if you buy them, they sure are cheap. This is a fast and popular lunch that is always a hit with my guests.
Pumpkin CupcakesThis is another family favorite. Two of my children have November birthdays, and one of them usually requests Pumpkin Cupcakes as their special treat. Easy and VERY good!
Goblin's BrewThis is really a great punch! In large saucepan combine water, sugars, cinnamon sticks, and cloves. Bring to a boil stirring to dissolve sugars.
No Bones About ItGreat way to start the day of Halloween! Fry two pieces of bacon in a skillet. Drain on paper towels. Cut each bacon slice in half; arrange the four pieces in an "X" shape on a small plate.
Witches BroomsThese sweet-salty bewitchin' cookies are easy to make and fun to eat! They will even work for an adult Halloween Party. Your guests will love these tasty snacks.
Cupcake GraveyardCute and Spooky! Prepare and bake cake mix according to package directions for cupcakes. Make the icing mix and ice the cakes when cool, reserving 1/4 of the mix.
Fun for kids and adults to make for Halloween! Cover baking sheet with waxed paper. Combine butter and both types of chips in a large saucepan. Stir over medium heat until chips are melted and mixture is well blended.
Easy Pumpkin Spice CookiesThis is a fast, easy, yummy cookie recipe for Halloween!
Transylvania PunchSweet and fun! I Put those wax teeth in each drink.
Witch's Hat Chocolate Cupcakes Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Line muffin cups (2-1/2 inches in diameter) with paper bake cups. Beat butter, sugar, eggs, and vanilla in large bowl on high speed of mixer 3 minutes.
Decorated Jack-o'-lantern PancakeGreat way to start the day! Add orange food coloring or orange icing to whipped topping. Frost pancake. Cut a gumdrop in half and place both halves side by side (sticky side down) off the top part of the pancake to make the stem.
Terrifying Tamale PieHeat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add onion and bell pepper; cook until crisp-tender. Stir in garlic. Add turkey; cook until turkey is no longer pink, stirring occasionally.
Halloween English Muffin PizzaTurn everyday food into Halloween food!
Halloween Witches Brew PunchA must every Halloween - this is great fun! A fake hand is frozen in a rubber glove and then floated in a bucket or glass punch bowl. Dress the hand up with a few Halloween trimmings like snakes and spiders.
Jack O' Lantern Cheese BallBeat cheeses, pumpkin, preserves, and spices in medium bowl. Or combine in food processor until smooth. Cover; refrigerate 2 to 3 hours or until cheese is firm enough to shape.
Halloween Gummy LollipopsMake Halloween Lollipops with the kids. Gather 'gummy' candies including gumdrops. Push one gumdrop 2/3rds of the way down on your craft sticks to make a stopping point for the rest of your candies.
Halloween DrinkFun for Halloween. Add about a cup of applesauce into a blender. Add several drops of your choice of food color and blend until very smooth. Add more food color if necessary.
Haunted Forest PlatterFun for adult party or for kids! To make a haunted forest, first create trees. Cut bottoms from stalks of broccoli to make 6-inch broccoli trees. Slice beets about 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick to make a base for broccoli trees.
Spider Dip BowlGreat for kids or adult parties! Form one loaf into a round ball for body. Place on a large cookie sheet that has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
Meatloaf MiceA great way to get the family to eat meat loaf! A Halloween must at my house! First, cut 2 coins per mice out of the carrots for ears. Then make long thin strips out of the remaining carrots for the tails, one for each mouse.
Marshmallow WitchesGreat for a snack on Halloween day! Older kids love to do these for the younger ones!
Lizard Tongues on Crackers!Great for Halloween. Good for the adult parties! Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spread crackers on a greased baking sheet. Top with cheese and tongues.
Jack-O'-Lantern Pot PiePuts a smile on my kid's face! Cook the ground beef, onion, garlic, salt, and pepper in a large skillet over medium heat. Stir until beef is cooked through and crumbly.
Best Ever Caramel CornHeat oven to 200 degrees F. Divide popped corn between 2 ungreased baking pans, 9x13 inches. In saucepan; heat sugar, butter, corn syrup, and salt, stirring occasionally, until bubbly around edges.
Monster CookiesMix all ingredients together in a LARGE container. Let stand for a few hours. Roll into 1 inch balls. Place on cookie sheet, and bake at 350 degrees F for 12-15 minutes.
Pumpkin MuffinsSift dry ingredients. Combine pumpkin, egg, milk and oil. Add to dry ingredients. Add oats and seeds. Fill paper baking cups 3/4 full. Sprinkle with topping.
Halloween Candy EyeballsA peanut butter ball covered with melted almond bark can make a delicious, but creepy looking treat for your Halloween party.
Halloween: Deviled EyeballsPlace a few tablespoons of ketchup in a ziplock bag and snip the edge, so that there is a small hole in the end. Add bloodshot lines with the ketchup, starting from the center going out toward the edge.
Black Halloween PunchGreat for a Halloween party. Fill gloves 3/4 full with cold water. Tie the open end in a knot as you would a balloon. Lay one flat in a baking pan.
Caramel ApplesLove this! Another golden oldie! Brown butter in a large skillet. Add apples. Turn after a few minutes. Add brown sugar and water.
Pumpkin Shaped Cheese BallMix all ingredients together & form a ball. Place on serving dish. Use fingers or a knife to score down the sides like a pumpkin. Place in refrigerator overnight so that all the flavors can come together.
Halloween Recipe: Blood Clot (Cherry) PieMix brown food coloring into the cherry pie filling a little at a time until it is the color of blood. Then bake according to your pie crust directions or until filling is bubbly.
Cheap Halloween CookiesCombine all above ingredients to form a dough. Grease cookie sheet. Drop by teaspoonfuls. Bake at 350 degrees F for 9-12 minutes. Cool.
Halloween Vomit DipCombine cottage cheese, sour cream, onion soup mix and carrots in a bowl. Add 4 or more drops of food coloring. (You want enough to make it have that wonderful yellow vomit color.)
Spiced Pumpkin SeedsHeat oven to 300 degrees F. Remove the seeds from the pumpkins. Discard the pulp. Spread the seeds (no need to rinse them) evenly on an ungreased baking sheet.
Barbecued Bat WingsWash chicken well and pat dry. Place in a large bowl or plastic bag. Combine the rest of the ingredients together and coat chicken. Spray baking dish with cooking spray.
Witch FingersThese are fun to serve at a Halloween party. Lay sheets of waxed paper on cookie sheets. In a heavy, tall glass tumbler, melt the white chocolate chips in the microwave 30 seconds at a time, stirring with a chop stick till melted.
Pumpkin Recycling (To Roast or Not to Roast!)Peter Piper Picked a Profoundly Plump Pumpkin - Now what does he do with it?Try using this versatile squash in many ways.
Penicillin Pizza for HalloweenA quick healthy snack for ghosts and goblins around your household.
Sandwich FingersThis is a simple way to decorate your sandwiches for Halloween. Great as an appetizer or sent as a fun school lunch.
Chilling Olive HandHow many times have you put olives on your fingers? Here's a fun food display where the icy fingers display the olives.
Hot Dog FingersThe kids really loved this one. What can I say? Kids love hot dogs even if they look like dismembered fingers!
Monster MunchRecipe for Monster Munch. Combine popcorn, cereal and pretzels in a large bowl. Melt 1 cup marshmallows, chocolate morsels, peanut butter and margarine in sauce pan over medium heat, stirring constantly.
Cheesy Zombie FingersHere's a fun and easy appetizer for your Halloween party. These are easy to make with string cheese and green peppers.
Cyclops Eye CupcakesCreepy cupcakes for your Halloween Party!
Vampire Teeth AppetizerGreat party treat for kids and adults. Just simple apple pieces and a jelly dip.
Spider CrackersSpider crackers are a fun and easy appetizer for your party. This is one the kids can help with making and they are a healthy snack.
Bat Cup CakesThese Bat Cup Cakes are super easy and quick if you use Hostess Cupcakes like I did. You also could make similar bats with your own cupcakes.
Frightfully Easy Ghost CookiesRecipe for Frightfully Easy Ghost Cookies. In small pan melt candy coating over low heat. Stirring constantly. Line cookie sheets with waxed paper. Holding cookie with tongs. . .
Breadstick BonesThese spooky breadsticks are perfect for a Halloween party. They are quick and easy to make too.
Nuclear Punch For HalloweenRecipe for Nuclear Punch For Halloween. hill all ingredients prior to assembly. Mix all ingredients together except sherbet in a large punchbowl. . .
Day Old Bathwater Punch for HalloweenThaw the sherbet for about 15 minutes and place in a plastic tub. Add lemonade (prepared according to directions on can) and soda. . .
Pumpkin Milkshake (Halloween Recipe)Pumpkin flavored treats are perfect for Fall snacking. Many restaurants begin to serve pumpkin milkshakes are this time of year, why not make your own.
Putrid Punch (Halloween Recipe)Putrid Punch (Halloween Recipe).T his sick colored punch looks disgusting but tastes great. . .
Pumpkin Cinnamon Butter CookiesThis striated dough will give you bites of the butter taste as well as the pumpkin (and will look pretty as well).
Mini Spider CupcakesMini spider cupcakes made with M&Ms. Make these cute mini cupcakes as a delicious Halloween treat!
Skull CupcakesReally frighten your guests into hunger with these delicious skull cupcakes...
Toxic Waste Punch (Halloween Recipe)Slowly pour the soda around the sides of the sherbet. The soda will lift the Kool-Aid leaving delightful color streaks and sour flavors...
Wormy Gelatin (Halloween Recipe)To unmold, dip pie plate in warm water for 15 seconds then gently loosen edges with moistened fingers...
Dracula's Blood Bank PieStir lemonade and condensed milk until blended...
Spooky Spider TreatsIn a small saucepan over low heat, melt chips.
Stir until smooth...