Are you looking for Halloween food ideas, Halloween dinner recipes or Halloween appetizer recipes to serve at an adults or kids’ Halloween party? Scare up some smiles this Halloween with these 25 fun, super cute, kid-friendly spooktacularly easy Halloween treats including creepy Halloween main dish ideas and Halloween healthy snacks! Just click on the name of the treat for the easy step by step recipe and directions.
There is literally something for everyone and your only problem will be deciding which of these quick and easy treats to make first! Not much of a cook? No worries, each of these spooktacularly delicious treat recipes includes photos and step-by-step instructions showing you how to make your favorite creation!
Are you looking for Halloween food recipes or appetizer ideas to serve at a Halloween party? Well, you are in the right place. Easy Halloween Jalapeño Mummies are a cute, spooktacular treat that is easy to prepare and will have your family and friends marveling at how creative you are.
Monster Munch is perfect if you’re looking for an easy, no-cook treat for an afternoon snack, Halloween party, or trick or treat surprise for neighborhood kids young and old. It is sweet and salty and can be made with any combination of cereals, salty munchies, candies, and nuts.
Spooky dark chocolate shortbread cookie candles with bloody vanilla icing dripping down!! These cookies might look complicated but not as hard as might think! The dough comes together with just one bowl and a wooden spatula.
Here Frankie is peaking over the veggies to give you a fright! He is pretty cute and not very menacing at all. Number one though, he is delicious and with a pile of fresh veggies maybe even a bit nutritious too! He was even more special as I added in green onions and bell peppers from our garden plus some homemade sweet hot mustard, along with many other ingredients.
The flavor of these little cakes is deep dark chocolate perfect with a super tender and moist crumb. Thanks to that simple powdered sugar glaze, these little cakes almost taste like a reeeeeally good moist chocolate doughnut. Now tell me, what kid (or adult) could resist a super moist chocolate cake filled with oreo cookie crumbs? Especially one in the shape of a cute-yet-terrifying little skull???
This Halloween, shake things up a bit with these VEGAN Pastry Voodoo Dolls – not as sugary as the usual treats, but quite interesting, delicious and even healthy! No food colors or anything artificial used here! When they first came out of the oven, my husband thought they were cute (like little gingerbread men), but after seeing these photos, he finds them creepy! I, on the other hand, felt like a serial killer while carving out their eyes and mouth (I kept cringing with every slice), but after seeing them ‘hanging out’ with the skeletons, thought they looked kinda cute.
This is the perfect impressive centerpiece for a Halloween party and it doesn’t look just look good, but it tastes delicious too; the perfect mix of chocolate, vanilla, berries and crunchy meringue. Basically, it’s a chocolate cake filled with vanilla swiss meringue buttercream and raspberry jam, covered in meringue bones with berry coulis ‘blood’ on the side.
Are you looking for a fun, healthy after-school snack for the kids or a spooky side dish or appetizer to serve for a Halloween party or dinner? Would you like step-by-step instructions to make the cutest and easiest Spooky Spider Deviled Eggs you have ever seen? Well, you are in the right place.
Quick and easy to make, these Spooky Spider Pops are perfect for your next Halloween Party! Kids, young and old will love these yummy treats. The ingredients include chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, unsalted peanuts, chow mein noodles, M&M’s for the eyes, and lollipop sticks.
I think I could eat a taco every day if I ever decided to relinquish all self-control. So it only seemed appropriate to include Scary Monster Nacho Tacos on my Halloween table. And let’s be honest – when are tacos not appropriate?
Easy to make and so striking – the kids will love helping to make these Halloween Spider Web Chocolate Cupcakes.
A spooktacular and delicious Halloween treat that’s easy and fun to make. These can be made 2 days in advance and this recipe makes 12.
There’s no better time for some memorable holiday baking that brings family and friends together like Fall! Celebrate the season this year with this Brownie Bottom Pumpkin Cheesecake with Chocolate Fudge Sauce – a super chocolatey, fudgy brownie layer with a spiced and incredibly creamy pumpkin layer on top, plus a chocolate fudge sauce “cobweb” drizzle for a fun Halloween twist! It’s a delicious combination of brownie bottom cheesecake and pumpkin cheesecake brownies – the best of both worlds!
Are you looking for an easy, fun appetizer recipe to serve at a Halloween party or just to surprise your kids when they get home from school? How about one that doesn’t require any cooking and you can have on the table in less than 15 minutes? Interested? Read on and find out how to make this delicious and spooky Halloween Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip.
Scare up some smiles this Halloween with these Easy Meringue Ghosts Cookies! I’ll show you there is no trick to making these hauntingly delicious Meringue Ghost treats that both your big and little monsters will love.
For a quick bite during the hectic Halloween season, grab a delicious Jack O’Lantern Ham and Swiss Hand Pie. They are way easier to make than carving a pumpkin, and taste as good as they look!
Super moist and intensely dark chocolate devil’s food cupcakes with a kick of cinnamon, chili powder, and cayenne, topped with a red velvet buttercream and darling little devil horns!
We’re sharing chocolate chip sandwich cookie spiders just in time for your Halloween parties and dessert tables! These cookies are fun and easy to make with the help of Foodstirs Organic Chocolate Chippy Cookie Mix and Organic Vanilla Frosting Mix. We added our spin to the cookies and turned them into sandwich cookie spiders! Kids will love these…and they are delicious too!
We just love the tricks, treats, and silliness of Halloween so these Monster Oreos were a no-brainer. When you have little kids, Halloween time is so much fun! Making sweet creations from ready-made treats like Oreos is a blast!
Easy 2-ingredient Ghost Chocolate Cups are the perfect and fun Halloween treat that is done in less than 15 minutes and your kids can help you to make them!
These easy Halloween Yogurt Cups are a 5-minute snack idea that the kids cannot resist! Create spooky spider webs and festive pumpkin patches that are perfect for Halloween celebrations, school parties, or other fall gatherings.
These old-school Nutter Butter Boos are cute ghost cookies that make an easy Halloween dessert that is the perfect Halloween party food. These cute little guys are super easy to make and perfect for all of those upcoming Halloween parties. All you need are three simple ingredients: Nutter Butter Cookies, white chocolate or almond bark (my preference), and regular chocolate.
Easy Halloween carved pumpkins with wholesome wild rice stuffing. Serve these spooky kid-friendly stuffed pumpkins for a healthy holiday treat!
How cute is this? With only four ingredients, these adorable Pumpkin Patch Cookie Cups are super simple to make, and taste delicious! I was inspired to make these after I saw them on the Pillsbury site.
Not-so-spooky mice made out of sushi, a great addition for the Halloween gathering! Aren’t these guys adorable? Well, not everything has to be creepy and spooky for Halloween. We can have some fun critters wandering around. Both kids and adults are sure to gather around these cuties!
Well, what do you think? Isn’t this an incredible list of adorable yet spooky Halloween recipes? Leave me a comment and let me know which one of these spooktacular treats is your favorite or which recipe you plan to try first. I love hearing from you!
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