Halloween food is such a fun and easy way to add personality to your party. Serving creepy or fall-themed foods at your celebration is a way to make the entire day memorable and get your guests talking about your talent in the kitchen. Luckily, preparing Halloween food doesn't have to be hard. There are so many options for ability levels of all types. Check it out!
1. Spider Ice Cubes
2. Ghostly Strawberries
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A little bit of white chocolate and some black gel frosting turns strawberries into these adorable little ghouls.
3. Witch Brooms
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Talk about easy! These would be perfect for a fall or Halloween party in your child's classroom.
4. Graveyard Pudding Cups
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These would be such fun to make! And even more fun to eat. I can't think of a kid anywhere who wouldn't love to eat one of these.
5. Candy Corn Rice Krispy Treats
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Take the average Rice Krispy treat to the next level with some food coloring and creative cutting.
6. Pour Your Dip into a Carved out Pumpkin
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What a clever idea for encouraging kids to eat their veggies. This would be hard to resist.
7. Spider Deviled Eggs
I think everyone loves deviled eggs, but adding these black olive spiders makes them even more delicious.
8. Blood Splatter Cookies
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These would be really easy to make, but I'm not sure I could bring myself to eat one. They are a little unsettling, don't you think?
9. Scary Donuts
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Wouldn't your kids just love these? They'd be fun to serve for breakfast on Halloween morning.
10. Barfing Jack-o-lantern
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I can see this being just the thing for a teen's Halloween party. They'd be grossed out, but I'm sure they'd still eat it.
11. MARSHMALLOW POPS
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Marshmallow pops are a crowd pleaser. Dip them in chocolate or melted frosting and roll them in Halloween themed embellishments.
12. Mummy Pizza
13. A Healthy Halloween Snack
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If you're like me and want your kids to eat something healthy amidst all the candy, this is just the snack to make!
14. Egg Eyeballs
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A few drops of green food coloring and slices of olive easily turn deviled eggs into these spooky eyeballs.
15. Carrot Pumpkin
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Here's another fun example of how you can serve healthy foods for a Halloween party.
16. Spooky Taco Dip
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Everyone loves seven layer dip and this is a fun way to serve it for your Halloween bash.
17. Halloween Puppy Chow
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This is even better because it's served in a skeleton bowl. Looks yummy, doesn't it?
18. Bright Green Drink
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This is sure to go over well with the kids on your guest list.
19. Pumpkin Rice Krispy Treats
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Here's another fun take on the classic Rice Krispy treat.
20. Witch Hats
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Cookies, frosting and candy come together to create these adorable masterpieces. How many do you think you could eat? It would be hard to stop at just one.
21. Batty Cupcakes
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These cute little bats are the perfect topper for your Halloween cupcakes.
22. Spooky Brownies
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These are so cute. And they'd be really fun to make too. Not to mention how tasty they would be to eat.
23. Graveyard Meal
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No one is going to be able to pass up this tasty looking salad!
24. Family Dinner
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Would your family eat this? Mine would not. It would be fun for a Halloween dinner party though.
25. Pumpkin Deviled Eggs
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Clearly, deviled eggs are a snack you can't go wrong with when you have a Halloween party.
26. Skeleton Cupcakes
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It took me a couple minutes, but then I realized these ghosts are made out of chocolate covered pretzels and a marshmallow. Cute, huh?
27. Skeleton People
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Use your Christmas gingerbread man cookie cutter to make these eerie Halloween versions.
28. Ghost Cups
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These little bites are perfect for a party. Just grab one and go. No silverware or plate needed.
Are you planning a Halloween party? If you are, I hope you found the snacks you want to serve here. Which ones top your list?