50 Best Halloween Food Ideas for a Spooktacular Party

There's more to it than just candy!

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While many of these Halloween foods are perfect for a monster bash or witch-themed party , there are also some seasonal pumpkin recipes , fall appetizers , and easy Halloween potluck ideas to fuel you up before anything your night has in store. Looking to use up some of that leftover Halloween candy ? Try Ree Drummond's candy corn popcorn balls or the concession stand crackers for a Halloween dessert that everyone will love. With so many fun ideas ahead, it'll be hard to pick just one. So go ahead and make a few of these spooky foods... but whatever you do, don’t forget the Halloween drinks !

Halloween Deviled Eggs

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A black tea marinade gives these deviled eggs a crackling web effect that's extra spooky. To top it off, there's a creepy-crawly spider made from black olives.

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Apple Cider Doughnut Cake

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Just like the apple cider doughnuts you know and love, but fit for a crowd. This cinnamon-sugar coated cake is perfect for serving alongside a mug of apple cider.

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Pepper Jack Queso

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This cheesy dip is loaded with spice thanks to pepper jack cheese, along with bits of corn, black beans, and fresh jalapeño for an added kick.

Get Ree's Pepper Jack Queso recipe .

Halloween Brownies

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These are the kind of brownies that are amazingly fudgy and chocolate-y so you can enjoy them on their own. But top them off with sprinkles, candy corn, and your favorite Halloween candy for the ultimate holiday treat.

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Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

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Ground chicken, buffalo sauce, and ranch dressing come together to make these saucy, flavorful meatballs. The orange color is another great reason to make them for Halloween.

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Pumpkin Dip

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Create a seasonal sweet charcuterie board with this pumpkin dip as the centerpiece! You can use apple slices, cookies, pretzels, and more for dipping.

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Candied Apples

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The bright red candy coating on these apples is made from cinnamon candies so they have a bit of heat. They're perfect for any witch-themed party of fall get together near Halloween.

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Sandwich Cookie Eyeballs

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Oreo lovers will appreciate this creepy twist on the classic cookie. Simply use red and green gel icing to make the creepy eyeball design.

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Turkey Pesto Sliders

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These cheesy sliders are piled high with an herby, tomato-based ground turkey mixture. Add a good helping of green pesto and watch as it disappears.

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Salted Caramel Cookies

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There's something about the combination of sweet caramel and flaky sea salt that's simply divine! It's no wonder they're a popular choice at Ree's bakery in Pawhuska.

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Monster Bark

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Swirls of purple and green candy melts turn simple graham crackers into a clever Halloween treat. Add fun sprinkles and candy eyes to give it even more monster appeal.

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Pumpkin Pancakes

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Wake up on October 31 to a stack of these pumpkin pancakes! They're warm, comforting, and perfect for the chilly days of fall.

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Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese

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This skillet mac and cheese gets an autumnal twist by adding a silky puree of butternut squash. It's a delicious fall-inspired comfort food.

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Whip up a big batch of this ghoulish goulash to fuel you up before a night of trick-or-treating. It's a one-pot stew made with noodles, ground beef, cheese, and sauce.

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Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board

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A Halloween charcuterie board is the best way to feed a crowd without a ton of effort. All you need is a few handfuls of your favorite candies, snacks, and cookies artfully arranged on one big board.

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Roasted Garlic Pumpkin Hummus

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Make homemade hummus using roasted garlic and a few pantry staples, like canned chickpeas and pumpkin puree. It's perfect for serving with sliced veggies, crackers, or pita chips for dipping.

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Mummy Pretzels

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These sweet and salty treats are more cute than creepy, but they're perfect for a Halloween party. You can even give them out as take-home treats for your guests.

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Haunted House Cookies

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Ree uses her classic gingerbread cookie dough as a base for these haunted house cookies. "Just make everything look wonky, crooked, throw in a ghost, and whatever other spooky things you can think of," Ree says.

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Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes

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You can keep things simple with these bite-sized pumpkin cheesecakes topped with whipped cream, or add festive orange and black sprinkles to give it even more Halloween flair.

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Candy Covered Caramel Bars

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Any chocolate candies will work for these sweet treats. Dig through your kid's baskets to find the ones they'll like best!

Get Ree's Candy Covered Caramel Bars recipe .

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21 Best Haunted Mansion Food Ideas to Haunt Your Dinner Table

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Let’s create a variety of creepy crawly haunted mansion food for your party.

These haunted food ideas are perfect for movie watching, party gatherings, a Haunted Mansion dinner party, or your fall Halloween parties.

What is the Haunted Mansion?

The Haunted Mansion is located at several Walt Disney locations.  If you have ever been to Disney world and taken the ride, it is definitely one to remember.  The mansion features a ride where guests are greeted by a variety of mansion characters.

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Create your own movie night fun with a Haunted Mansion movie night menu.  Select options from a ghostly surprise menu to a veggie skeleton! 

The haunted mansion food ideas below will help you create an epic haunted mansion dinner for you and your guests.

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Haunted Mansion Themed Dinner

Host your own Haunted Mansion themed dinner.  Invite guests to a memorable dinner.  Treat your guests to a ghost pizza along with a veggie skeleton and finish with a spooky bride’s wedding cake.  Don’t worry, when you see the list below, you will know what I am talking about.

Choose from a list of ghostly menu items.  Don’t forget the decorations as well.

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Here you can find the best haunted mansion inspired food ideas to create for your party.

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Every Haunted Mansion dinner needs a recreation of the mansion itself.  This graham cracker house lends itself to a great edible centerpiece.

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Creepy Spider

The haunted mansion is crawling with spiders and so is your dinner table.  These cute fruit spiders are simple and easy to make.

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Here is a curated list of dinner table decorations for your Haunted Mansion theme dinner.

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These items are great ideas to get you started on putting together your Haunted Mansion theme party or dinner.

It’s time to get your party planning started.  Which food item did you like the best?  Most of them are easy to make with crowd pleasing appeal and flavors. 

I hope you enjoyed these ideas and that your Haunted Mansion party is a great success.

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39 Spooky Foods For The Scariest Halloween Party Ever

26 th Sep 16 2:35 am by admin

Creepy, but delicious. That is the theme you want for your Halloween party. One of the most funny and interesting holidays is just around the corner, and any day now, we will start preparing for it. That being said, I would like to give you a head start with some delicious recipes for creepy food.

And don’t worry — they are much better than what Raj used for his Halloween party in “The Big Bang Theory.” I will not bore you with just some creative names for simple dishes — these recipes are truly spooky hit. I am sure your guests will love it, no matter their age.

1. Spooky Spinach Dip In Bread Bowl Cauldron

You want your food to be healthy, right? Well, there aren’t many options healthier than spinach. And with that colorful green texture, spinach makes your table that much more visually appealing.

2. Jalapeno Popper Mummies

Your guests will be hot after trying this. My advice for you: Do not tell them they are jalapeno peppers until they try it. That is, unless you know some of your friends are not into hot and spicy food. You will love their face expression after being burnt by the hotness of the jalapeno.

3. Zombie Dip

This dip was inspired by “The Walking Dead” show. And while the show might be gross at times, this dip is actually very good, tasty and for everyone’s surprise, sweet. Yes, you read that right — the dip is basically a different take on the red velvet cake. Who thought one of the best cakes could be zombie food?

4. Mashed Potato Monsters

One of the secrets to a good Halloween party is creative take on simple dishes like mashed potatoes. We have all made mashed potatoes at least once in our life. But when you some olives on a stick, the mashed potato becomes something else.

5. Bloody Bones

As I said, simple dishes make great zombie and Halloween food. Take these cheese-filled breadsticks for example. Serve them without the “blood,” and you have nothing special. See how easy it is to transform them?

6. Skull Meathead Centerpiece

The mere thought of serving a skull to your friends is probably hard to swallow. But hey, look at how funny the skull looks. I have seen much creepier skulls in my life, and we all love zombie appetizers.

7. Witch Finger Bread Sticks

Finger bread sticks are one of my favorite foods at a Halloween party. Most people avoid them because they are too scared to pull the finger, but I love them. And once you throw some nice sauce in there, you have an absolute winner.

8. Guacamole Barfing Jack-o-Lantern

No Halloween party is fully completed and ready without some jack-o’-lanterns. This one, for example, barfs guacamole sauce. You can even combine it with some of the breadsticks recipes on the list — two in one, just like Nescafe.

9. Poisoned Apples

Don’t worry — you will not die or go into a deep sleep just like Snow White did in the popular Disney movie. There is nothing poisonous in these apples. Just try them. Do you believe me? I know you do!

10. Graveyard Taco Dip

As you’ve noticed by now, most of the Halloween party food is appetizer related or something similar. There are not many main dishes. This taco dip is another appetizer that will go great with any chips, crackers or even breadsticks you can find.

11. Spider Deviled Eggs

Eggs are probably one of the most versatile ingredients. You can literally turn them into anything and everything you want. For Halloween parties, I love the spider eggs. You have probably heard of devil eggs, but the spider guacamole is a better option.

12. Jack-O-Lantern Pepperoni Pizza Pockets

Simple, elegant and hot one-bite crackers you can serve with almost anything else. But be careful when you are throwing a Halloween party. You don’t want too many breadstick or cracker dishes.

13. Chicken Zucchini Skull Patties

I know what you are thinking — Finally some meat! Heh, no worries — there will be some meat down the road as well. For now, enjoy these chicken and zucchini skulls.

14. Hotdog Worms

Imagine this scenario: You go to a Halloween party, and you see this dish. Are you brave enough to put your hand inside? I know I am, and I know many people will be intrigued to try as well. That is the essence of Halloween food — something that looks scary and creepy, but inviting enough to try.

15. Spider Sandwiches

You cannot go wrong with bread, cream cheese and some veggies. Those three ingredients can be turned into basically everything. And I love the mixture of carrots and raisins, giving the recipe a bit of a sweet and salty mixture.

16. Puffy Mummy Pockets 

Just look at those eyes staring at you. They are basically calling you to try them. I promise your mouth will explode from the delightful taste.

17. Frankenstein Appetizer

For this recipe, I hope your coloring skills are good. But when your friends ask you what is the base of the recipe, just tell them “green cheese.” You won’t be far from the truth.

18. Spooky Pretzel Bones

Pretzels make our list, and with the right argument. When it comes to bread for party food, pretzels are definitely high calorie and filling. The sauce is up to you, as you can go creamy or spicy and hot.

19. Halloween Baked Potato Skin Pizzas

The only thing that you need to be careful here is to find big size potatoes. Otherwise, the recipe won’t work. But once you find a good sized potato, you can throw anything on top of it. Olives, some salami, tomatoes, basically everything that can be used for pizza topping.

20. Witches Broomstick Treats

Your witches from the beginning need some broom sticks. Now, that is a pairing I would definitely love to see at a party.

21. Skeleton Jam Bread

We all need some sweet food for dessert, and Halloween desserts are actually some of the best. The reason is simple— jams can be used for blood at all times. Who wouldn’t love to try some blood?

22. Meringue Bones

We had a couple of bones recipes by now. But I would love to give you several different options for one of the most recognizable symbols of Halloween. Bones and zombies go hand in hand with Halloween, and you need options.

23. Matcha Pumpkin Shortbread Shots

This shot is not only yummy on the outside, but it is yummy on the inside. It is a creepy food that is extremely healthy. Now, who wouldn’t love that? Thanks to matcha powder, this shot is packed with antioxidants. So, have a shot with your friends! Cheers!

24. Mummy Skewers

Do you see how easy it is to make some Halloween food? Bread, cheese and some eyes, and there you go — you have some fun and visually appealing appetizers.

25. Halloween Pretzel Kisses

The best part is that you can prepare these “kisses” from leftover candies. I have said before that your party needs some sweet desserts, and you can never go wrong with candy. Plus, they are totally kid-friendly, and I am sure your little ones will love them.

26. Halloween Sushi Balls

I am sure you haven’t thought that Japanese food can be used for an American holiday. Truth be told, Japan has nothing with Halloween. But a good and experienced chef in the kitchen will find a way to mix one culture with another.

27. Carrot Rice Ball Mini Jack-O’-Lanterns

We said that you cannot have a Halloween party without some jack-o’-lanterns. There are two ways to go with jack-o’-lanterns. One is with a big carved pumpkin. The second is to create your own lantern from any other ingredients you can find. For these mini lanterns, we used carrots and rice.

28. Brain Cookies

I was never a fan of brains as a food source. I know people that love the brain meat. But for me, it has always been disgusting, and that will not change. However, I must say that it hits that perfect spot Halloween creepiness.

29. Spooky Mozzarella Fried Eyeballs

You can try with other cheeses as well, but mozzarella is the best due to its texture. Again, these are kid-friendly, as they are not as spooky as some of the recipes you will see at an adult party.

30. Salty Black Licorice 

There is not a kid alive who does not love licorice candies. But adults love them as well, so you can be safe to prepare them for any party.

31. Taco-Spiced Cornbread Pumpkins

The best part about these taco pumpkins is that you can use them as a side dish for stews and soups. In other words, they are much more than Halloween party food. When October hits the calendar, you know you want more and more pumpkins, so try something different.

32. Mexican Mummy Dogs

Unlike many other mummy dogs, these can be made totally fat-free. The original recipe is low in fat, but if you like to take things to the next level, you can reduce the fat to zero. Talk about a healthy and stunning looking Halloween food.

33. Cheesy Broccoli And Chicken Stuffed Skulls

If you noticed by now, every time I give you something spooky as a skull, I make sure that the ingredients for it are extremely healthy. Such is the case here as well, with broccoli serving as the main ingredient.

34. Intestine Bread

Everything I said about brain and brain food applies for intestines as well. For me, it looks disgusting. But that is the purpose of Halloween food, isn’t it? If you can stomach it, the taste is delicious.

35. Healthy Halloween Bat Energy Bites

How about a cute dessert for Halloween? How does that sound? You thought it is not possible, right? Well, these chocolate protein bars will make you regret it. Bats are also part of the Halloween lore, but they are usually spooky and creepy. These ones are cute and sweet.

36. Tombstone Sandwiches

Serving tombstones might be morbidly to some, but this is Halloween we are talking about. And they come filled with some chicken, which is always a bonus.

37. Pumpkin Jack-O’-Lantern Cookies

Chocolate, chocolate and then some more chocolate — that is the recipe for some fans of sweet candies, but I love to give you something more in the range of healthy desserts. Like these pumpkin cookies, for example.

38. Green Witch Finger Cookies

What is surprising for me is that kids love these gross looking cookies. I have seen adults repulsed by the visual, but kids love to have fun. And they love chocolate and sweet stuff, so that is settled.

39. Deathly Hallows Cheese Board

It is only logical and convenient that we finish off with a table full with appetizers. There are so many stuff in here, that I cannot name them all. But most of all, you will find cheese, and then some more cheese.

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Horrifying finger food…literally..

There are just a few days of the year when you can serve brains, bats and bones without everyone at the table being completely repulsed. Now that October is officially here, the window of opportunity for serving frighteningly delicious cuisine has arrived.

Here are 25 Halloween party food ideas that will leave your party-goers screaming for more.

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A spooky twist on a party classic.

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Secondhand Swabs (Caramel Q Tips)

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Icky Intestines Dessert

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Witch Hats and Brooms

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Halloween Bundt Cake

Don’t be scared of how this looks.The recipe video really helps to simplify the steps to make this fabulous little cake.

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Candy Corn Fruit Cups

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Perfect timing! My daughter has decided to have a Halloween Themed Birthday Party (how psyched am I – LOVE HALLOWEEN)! I already know a few of these that will be making an appearance in a couple weeks. THANKS!

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