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Halloween Food Ideas for Your Spooky Fête

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Want to spook your guests? We have some chilling Halloween food ideas

Are these spooky cupcakes perfect for your Halloween fête?

Halloween food ideas can be challenging to come up with if you’re not scrolling through Pinterest or watching a scary movie. If you’re throwing a Halloween fête this year and need assistance with Halloween food ideas, have no fear: We’re here to help jumpstart a spooky experience for your guests with three suggestions.

There are a few things that may already be in your refrigerator or pantry — grapes and apricot halves, for example — that can help you kick things off. Halloween food ideas are more successful when you consider texture, considering the fact that most parties are lowly lit. Here are a few tricks for you to try.

Ears of Those Who Don’t Listen

When set on a platter, don’t dried apricot halves look just like shriveled-up human ears? That’s what happens when kids don’t listen to their parents — or spouses don't pay attention to each other. Oh, and they taste good, too.

Eyeballs of Naughty Children

Just-washed grapes are slippery enough to pass as eyeballs, but when you peel their skins away and toss them with olive oil, things get a whole lot worse. Close your eyes and stick your hand in — it’s just like human eyeballs, no?

Witches’ Boogers

We’re not sure why, but kids have a fascination with boogers. Indulge that childish obsession on Halloween by offering your guests witches’ boogers (also known as green apple Jelly Bellies) served in a cut-crystal bowl. Open your mouth and close your eyes — you’re indeed in for a big surprise.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


28 Easy Halloween Recipes Guaranteed to Freak Out Your Guests

You've already sent out your haunting Halloween party invites, completed your corpse bride costume, and planned those spooky table settings, but what about the scary food recipes? Bloody meringue bones and witch fingers and dip will get your guests hungrier than a zombie in a morgue. There are a lot of sweets on the menu, but you won't be stuck with just leftover trick-or-treating candy. Get ready for some seriously startling Halloween foods that'll have you and your guests doing a double-take. Keep your defibrillator handy, because these terrifying treats are not for the faint of heart.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice: October 31 is the only time of year when seeing mice in the kitchen is actually a good thing. After all, they're made from strawberries and white chocolate! (via Brit + Co)

Monster Eye-Scream Cookies: If you like cute more than creepy, these adorable ice cream cookies have your name written all over them. (via Brit + Co)

Witches' Finger Cookies and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate: Name a more iconic duo than witch finger cookies and red velvet hot chocolate — we'll wait. (via Domestic Gothess)

Mummy Pizzas: Trick your kids into eating their veggies by turning zucchini ribbons into tasty mummy bandages atop French bread pizzas. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Halloween Popsicles: Autumn weather is notoriously unpredictable. Make a batch of spooky frozen pops in case you find yourself sweating through your monster mask. (via Brit + Co)

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch: Have chills running up and down your spine? Ghouls of all ages can sip on this non-alcoholic crimson punch. For a more potent potion, add rum. (via Boulder Locavore)

Ghoulish Red Velvet Cake: Bloody bones, crumbled red velvet, lots of sugar — this dessert is everything a Halloween treat should be. (via Brit + Co)

Bug Tuxedo Cake: This bug-covered cake is gorgeous, but it will absolutely creep out your friends and loved ones. We imagine this is what they served when Beetlejuice tried to marry Lydia. (via Brit + Co)

Raw Avocado Zombie Bars: Unlike zombies, vegans don't eat brains, or any other food that comes from an animal for that matter. Instead, serve them up some raw, vegan avocado zombie bars for a healthy treat. (via Brit + Co)

Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin Ice Cream: Halloween heatwaves don't stand a chance against cones of grinning, grimacing pumpkin ice cream. (via Salty Canary)

Haunted Orchard Cocktails: After tip-toeing through a haunted orchard, who wouldn't crave a cocktail to calm the nerves? (via Half Baked Harvest)

Jack-o-Lantern Personal Pies: Carve pie crust jack-o-lanterns to top these personal pies. (via Domestic Gothess)

Petri Dish Jello Shots: Usually we *avoid* putting germs in our body, but these Jell-O shot petri dishes look so good, we just can't resist having one for dessert. Oh, and they're make-ahead, leaving you more time to work on your costume. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Web Cereal Treats: Jazz up your usual cereal treats with a thick layer of chocolate ganache and a web of icing on top. Simple, spooky, and superb. (via Jelly Toast)

Blood Bones Cocktail: Spike your punch bowl with bones made from Jell-O shot ingredients, including whipped cream vodka. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Avocado Toast: What's more terrifying than millennials spending all their hard-earned cash on avocados and destroying the real estate industry? Turning those avos into totally freaky breakfast toasts, of course. (via Brit + Co)

Whole Wheat Witch Fingers + Dip: Healthy and Halloween don't have to be mutually exclusive. Serve this on days when you're not feeling the sweet stuff. (via Texanerin Baking)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: When stocking your Halloween pantry, you'd better buy edible googly eyes in bulk. Add them to everything from popcorn to oatmeal to instantly make your meal mortifying. (via Salty Canary)

Midnight Galaxy Donut Holes: Howl at the full moon while snacking on glorious galaxy swirl donut holes. Just make sure you bring enough to share with the werewolves. (via Brit + Co)

Halloween Bark: Dark chocolate and bloody red candy melts combine to make this popcorn bark a spooky treat. (via Curbly)

Halloween Monster Sushi Bites: Get the kids to help decorate these monstrous sushi bites, and they might actually forget about candy for a while. (via Brit + Co)

Eyeball and Mummy Cake Balls: Nothing like popping an eyeball in your mouth for a sweet snack, right? (via Brit + Co)

Blood-Splattered Petit Fours: Pound cake squares and sugar glass sounds totally scrumptious to us. Those who faint at the sight of blood might want to skip this one, though. (via Brit + Co)

Bloody Meringue Bones: You don't need any special ingredients to make realistic edible blood. Frozen blackberries, sugar, and lemon juice do the trick nicely. (via Brit + Co)

Black Martinis: This cocktail is sweeter than it seems. It gets its dark color from blackberries, Chambord, and a drop of food coloring. (via Brit + Co)

Spooky Chocolate Glazed Cannoli Dip: When faced with a vat of chocolate glazed cannoli dip, the only thing we have to fear is our appetite. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Black + Orange Rum Punch: It's the one time of year that a black and orange cocktail won't freak out your guests too badly. (via Brit + Co)

(Gummy) Worm Ice Cubes: For a Halloween cocktail trick and treat, add gummy worms to your guests' ice. (via Brit + Co)

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.

Follow us on Pinterest for more Halloween hoopla inspiration.


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