Whether your throwing Spooktacular Soiree, planning a Fright Night for a few close friends, or having a Monster Mash for your little goblins you’ll have fun making these Creepy, Creative, Fun and Easy Halloween Food Ideas. Create ultimate Halloween snacks and party appetizers that Dracula himself will want to sink his teeth into this Fang-tastic Feast.
Shaped into spiders and dusted with poppy seeds, these soft pretzels make a fun Halloween food idea. They are both, tasty and adorable. Get the pretzel recipe and all the details to make them at Will Cook For Smiles.
Give sausage balls a spooky look by placing a pimiento-stuffed olive in the center of each one. These “eyes” are a fun breakfast treat on Halloween morning. Get the Southern Living recipe and all the details to make them at My Recipes.
Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats
Make a classic even more fun this Halloween. These cute little Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats make a fun Halloween snack and/or treat! Get the recipe and all the details to make them at Yummy Healthy Easy.
For a Brach’s Indian Corn inspired treat, dip the large end in melted dark chocolate. Be sure to use candy coating chocolate. This kind of chocolate coating doesn’t require tempering, so you can melt in the microwave, dip, and let it set. Otherwise, you’ll need to temper the chocolate or keep the treats in the refrigerator.
Super Easy & Healthy Halloween Treats
Each one of these treats will take you less than 5 minutes to make. They are really, really simple and require just a few ingredients that you most likely already have at home. So even if you have unexpected guests for Halloween, you can surprise them with these scary snacks. Get all the details to make them at FabLunch.
Creepy Pizza Hands
What is Halloween without something creepy? So hi, creepy bloody, burnt pizza hands!! These hand-shaped pizzas are perfect for Halloween. Get all the details to make them at Kitchen @ Hoskins.
These melted witch cookies made from Betty Crocker® peanut butter cookie mix, Bugles® snacks, and cocoa candy melts are a bewitching Halloween dessert! Get all the details to make them at Betty Crocker.
Instead of Bugles you can make an easy witches hat with a Keebler® Fudge Stripes Cookie, Orange Frosting, and Hershey Kiss. Just place a dollop of orange icing on the Fudge side of the Cookie and place the Kiss on top. For a melted Wizard of Oz Wicked Witch, you can heat a canister of vanilla icing in the microwave for 30 seconds, stir in a few drops of green food coloring, and spoon over the cookie before adding the hat and broom. Melting witches are also fun on top of cupcakes and brownies. Check out the cool ones at Big Bear’s Wife. That’s where the frosting suggestion came from, too.
I know Halloween is about being scary, but these ghost cupcakes are just too cute to scare anyone. Get all the details on how to make these egg-free and dairy-free one’s check out Nerdy Momma. Also, check them out at Leite’s Culinaria. They have an easy recipe using fondant and edible ink for the ghost. You’ll love with how fast these Easy Ghost Cupcakes come together.
Bone Chillin Breadsticks
When little trick-or-treaters are chilled to the bone, warm them up with hot Bone Chillin Breadsticks fresh from the oven! Break one of these bones, and they’re ready for dippin in a hip Halloween dip! Get all the details to make them and the Halloween Cheese Dip at Rhodes Bake-N-Serv.
Easy Mini-Donut Spiders
Looking for a fun, easy Halloween craft you can do with your kids that won’t take a lot of prep time? These cute mini donut spiders are easy to put together and don’t take too many supplies. Get all the details to make them at It’s Always Autumn.
Cute little brownie “spiders” will make your Halloween all the sweeter! All you need is a pan of brownies (or a box of brownie Little Bites), some chocolate chips or chocolate, chow mein noodles, some candy eyes, and you’re good to go. Get all the details to make them at Gimme Some Oven.
This Halloween marshmallow project is a fun activity with the kids or for your inner kid. You’ll be surprised at how easy and effective this is-plus the results are delicious! Get all the details to make them at Not Quite Nigella.
Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops
These are scary marshmallows, people. SCARY. They should make you want to cry in fear. If you’re seriously crushing on these creepy Halloween marshmallow pops, get all the details to make them at Just a Taste.