Halloween is a fantastic time. So what are the best Halloween recipes to prepare for your Halloween party, gathering, family celebration or on the day itself. Among these 200+ Halloween food ideas I’ve collected, there are sure to be some good ideas the whole group will love.
Halloween Recipes: Dinner
Which are the best ideas to prepare for dinner? Here are some gruesome ideas.
Severed Hand Meatloaf Recipe from Cosette is Cookin’: Spook everyone out with this cut-off arm, that is a delicious dinner on its own or as a side dish.
Scary Spaghetti with Eyeballs from Clan Kitchen: This original spaghetti recipe uses mozzarella balls and olive slices in an innovative way to create eyeball effects.
Halloween Feet Loaf from Cooking with Curls: This fun and spooky Halloween Feet Loaf recipe is disgustingly delicious and easy to make! I used my favorite meatloaf recipe and added some onion ring stumps, celery toe nails, and barbecue sauce blood to create the spookiest Halloween meal ever!!
Spooky Halloween Chili from Cooking with Curls: This Spooky Halloween Chili is a ghoulishly delicious way to fill those hungry bellies before heading out to collect candy. Hearty chili is mixed with worm-like noodles, hot dog fingers and toes, and creepy egg eyeballs for a Halloween themed dinner to remember!
Eyeball Halloween Spaghetti from Budget Delicious: Get into the Halloween spirit and serve up this spine-chilling eyeball pasta. This easy 5-ingredient meal will take center stage on your Halloween table, and since much of it can be prepped in advance it’s the perfect party fare!
More Dinner Ideas
Halloween Salad from Foxes Love Lemons: This fun and colorful Halloween Salad is the best spooky side dish. With pepperoni bats, vibrantly colored tortellini and mozzarella cheese skulls, it’s also the most delicious!
Halloween Chicken Parm Monster Sliders from Fat Girl Hedonist: Chicken Parm monsters are the perfect monster sliders for your Halloween gatherings. They’re easy to make and delicious. Fun, festive and kid friendly.
Bloody Halloween Hot Dog Fingers from Greedy Girl Gourmet: These bloody severed hotdog fingers are made with 2-3 ingredients and in under 10 minutes! Perfect for those who left their Halloween party planning to the last minute or busy Mums!
Halloween Pasta Salad from Lynn’s Way of Life: Pasta salad isn’t just for Summer anymore! This fun and delicious Halloween pasta salad is ready in less than 20 minutes and loaded with veggies!
Halloween Fruit Salad from Food Doodles: This Halloween fruit salad is a great way to offer wholesome fruit as a healthy treat while maintaining a spooky style. Watermelon is carved like a jack-o-lantern and stuffed with fresh fruit that spills out of its mouth.
Even More Halloween Dinner Ideas
Halloween Mac and Cheese from Texanerin: It’s ultra creamy, made with natural ingredients and has a secret ingredient that makes it green (but you can’t taste it at all!).
Witches Brew Stew from The Magical Slowcooker: Make this spooky witches brew stew for a fun fall meal. Made with hot sausage and beef and the veggies are skull mushrooms and pumpkin carrots! This recipe tastes like an ultra jazzed-up hamburger soup!
Halloween Mummy Stromboli Dinner from Xoxobella: If you’re a calzone fan, you’re going to love this. This Halloween themed food is simple to rustle up, tasty enough to delight everyone, and perfect for the spooky season!
Spooky Halloween Skull Potatoes from Xoxobella: Shrunken head Halloween skull potatoes are a carved potato Halloween side dish or appetizer which is fun to make. You can let your creative side run wild by making scary skulls, funny skulls, jack-o-lanterns or anything else you like.
Halloween Meatloaf from Brooklyn Farm Girl: Halloween Meatloaf is a fun Halloween dinner recipe that is both spooky and tasty! Kids love that it looks like a zombie!
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Jack-O-Lantern Halloween Stuffed Peppers from Wholesome Yum: Halloween stuffed peppers (a.k.a. jack-o-lantern stuffed peppers) make a cute, festive, and healthy holiday dinner, with simple ingredients!
Monster Meatloaf for Halloween from The Cagle Diaries: Making a monster meatloaf just gets everyone laughing – it’s easy, tastes great and can be as spooky or fun as you want to make it.
Halloween Mummy Stromboli from Butter Your Biscuit: Halloween pizza mummy stromboli recipe is loaded with pepperoni, salami, ham, and cheese. It’s an easy and tasty spooky treat for your Halloween festivities.
Halloween Pasta Salad from Make With Mara: This Halloween Pasta Salad is spooky and delicious! We use a combination of everyday and specialty ingredients and equipment to make this side dish delicious and festive for any Halloween party.
Spooky Spider Pasta from Three Olives Branch: Spider Spooky Pasta is a perfect savory Halloween dinner idea! This spooky recipe is made with black colored pasta, orange pumpkin sauce, a cream spider web and olive spiders.
We’re not Done with the Dinner Ideas
Halloween Mummy Meatballs from Three Olives Branch: Halloween Mummy Meatballs are a fun spooky Halloween recipe! Serve as a dinner main course or savory appetizer. Frozen meatballs wound with crescent dough bandages and finished with eyes.
Halloween Spider Meatloaf from Where Is My Spoon: Learn how to make a spider meatloaf, perfect for Halloween. Delicious pork and beef meatloaf with sausages shaped like a spider.
Halloween Food Ideas: Appetizers
When you have a Halloween party or a large group for dinner, appetizers are a good idea.
Halloween Deviled Eggs from Low Carb Hoser: These Halloween Deviled eggs are super cute, attention grabbing, and filled with flavor. Make 1 Batch of eggs, serve 4 different flavors!
Halloween Bread Bowl from Celebration Generation: Want to get a bit extra with your Halloween bread bowl dip? Try this spider bread bowl! It’s easier to make than you might think, & stunning!
Halloween Spinach Dip from Two Pink Peonies: This Halloween spinach dip is sure to be your new go-to for parties. It tastes great and the olive spiders make it extra spooky!
Halloween Brain Dip Appetizer from Aleka’s Get Together: This creepy brain dip is a fun and delicious savory Halloween appetizer to serve at your next Halloween party that is both spooky and easy! It is made using a brain mold and a few simple ingredients! Adults will love it!
Halloween Caprese Skewers from Make With Mara: These Halloween Caprese Skewers are a fun and spooky snack that everyone will love! This recipe combines all the traditional Caprese ingredients of tomato, mozzarella and basil with a creepy twist.
More Appetizer Ideas
Jalapeno Popper Mummies from Amanda’s Cookin: Jalapeno popper mummies are cute, spooky, and loaded with tasty ingredients. This recipe is incredibly easy to make and certainly impressive on the Halloween appetizer table.
Halloween Charcuterie Board from Dinner at the Zoo: This Halloween charcuterie board is an assortment of cheeses, meats, crackers, fruit and Halloween themed sweets, all combined to make the perfect impressive party display. A spooky themed meat and cheese platter is a must-have for any fall gathering.
Mummy Halloween Hot Dogs from Xoxobella: All you need to make crescent roll hot dog mummies is wieners, crescent dough, candy eyes, and mustard. Anyone can make mummy Halloween hot dogs with ease, since it’s such an easy Halloween party recipe. They’re great hot from the oven or you can let them cool and add them to a buffet spread – they’re delicious any way you serve them!
Halloween Spider Bagel Bites from Plantbased on a Budget: Make these edible and adorable creepy-crawlies-on-a-pizza-bagel treats for your upcoming Halloween celebration! These cute Halloween Spider Bagel Bites are incredibly simple to make but are wickedly good!
Halloween Hand Pies from The Feathered Nester: These mummy hand pies are a must-have for Halloween. They are cute, delicious, and easy to make. Make the cutouts with the kids, customize them with different fruit fillings (like mixed berry), and bake!
Even More Halloween Appetizer Ideas
Easy Layered Halloween Taco Dip from Little Sunny Kitchen: A delicious layered Halloween Taco Dip decorated with a fun spider web design is the perfect Halloween Party Food! This cold taco dip has layers of refried beans, seasoned cream cheese, and guacamole, and it’s easy to make, no cooking required.
Spooky 7 Layer Halloween Spiderweb Taco Dip from Your Home, Made Healthy: You NEED to try this Halloween spiderweb taco dip as soon as possible! It’s a fun, festive, and delicious snack perfect for celebrating the spooky season. Filled with 7 layers of Mexican-inspired ingredients, it’s a hearty dip that’s sure to be a real crowd pleaser!
Halloween Hot Dog Fingers from Fat Girl Hedonist: For a gruesome Halloween snack, these bloody Halloween fingers are kid and party friendly.
Eyeball Deviled Eggs from Cup of Zest: These bloodshot Eyeball Deviled Eggs are a spooky addition to your Halloween party. They may look scary but they taste creamy, decadent, and extra briny thanks to the olive iris.
Pumpkin Cheese Ball from Baking Beauty: Tangy cream cheese and sharp cheddar taste delicious in this cheeseball decorated to look like a pumpkin. Super easy and cute idea for a Halloween Party!
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Fun Pumpkin Halloween Chips and Salsa Platter from Two Kids and a Coupon: Gross out your Halloween guests and then make them giggle with this fun puking pumpkin chips and salsa platter.
Halloween Charcuterie Board from Aleka’s Get Together: Trick or Treat! Give me something good to eat”- like this delightfully spooky Halloween Charcuterie Board! Filled with all sorts of goodies from creamy cheeses and cured meats to a ghost inspired yogurt dip finished with crawling with spooky spiders and even a large friendly skeleton!
Halloween Recipes with Oreo’s
Oreo’s seem to be a favorite to add to Halloween recipes. So if you like Oreo’s, here are a bunch of recipes.
Oreo Spider Cookies from Cosette is Cookin’: Cute cookies dressed up as spiders! Easy for kids to make at home.
Spooky Mummy Oreo Balls from Clan Kitchen: Spooky mummy balls seem have edible googly eyes that seem to follow you as you move around the room. Dare you eat them?
Halloween Oreo Brownie Cheesecake Bars from Whisking Up Yum: These Halloween Oreo Brownie Cheesecake Bars are such a fun treat for Fall! Imagine a base layer of brownies, a layer of Oreos with bright orange frosting peeking out, and a smooth (also dyed orange) cheesecake filling, topped with another layer of brownies. It looks amazing, and the cheesecake filling combined with the brownies is sooo good!
Easy Halloween Oreo Dirt Cake from Lemon and Zest: Everyone’s favorite kid friendly treat with a holiday twist, this Halloween Oreo Dirt Cake is a perfect addition to any holiday party. Make it in individual cups or in one large dish. Whips up in about 15 minutes and is so delicious and maybe a bit spooky as well!
Red Velvet Maneater Oreo Cake from Cosette is Cookin’: Spook everyone with this delicious cake, red velvet from the inside and Oreo frosting on the outside.
More Halloween Oreo Recipes
Fun Halloween Oreo Balls Recipe from The Wooden Spoon Effect: These Halloween Oreo balls are perfect for the season. They look like little monsters and are great for the spooky season.
Halloween Chocolate Covered Oreos Recipe from Desserts On A Dime: Halloween Chocolate Covered Oreos make a fun and festive treat for Halloween. This no bake treat is quick and easy. Learn how to make Halloween Oreos in minutes.
Halloween White Chocolate Oreo Ghosts from Vintage Kitchen Notes: These are super easy to make ghosts. Oreo cookies filled with dulce de leche or buttercream and coated with white chocolate. Great for Halloween if you add candy eyes.
No Bake Spiderweb Cheesecake from Combine Good Flavors: This no-bake Halloween cheesecake holds a spooky surprise! Fresh homemade raspberry sauce is in every bite of this creamy white chocolate cheesecake. The black Oreo cookie dough makes a delightfully dark contrast to the light cheesecake cream and tastes simply divine!
Halloween isn’t Halloween without candy. Make your own Halloween candy with these recipes.
Halloween Chocolate Bark from Cosette is Cookin’: Easy and delicious chocolate bark, decorated with eyeballs and gummy worms.
Fruity Glazed Halloween Popcorn Recipe from Beyond Flour Blog: This colorful glazed Halloween popcorn mix is easy to make and a fun treat to eat. Featuring 3 different flavors, it’s also customizable – A perfect treat for your Halloween parties!
Halloween Bark Recipe from Desserts On A Dime: Halloween Bark is an easy to make treat packed with candy, chocolate and sweet graham crackers. This recipe for chocolate bark is so quick and easy.
Halloween Rice Krispie Treats from Eating On A Dime: The kids are going to go crazy over these Halloween rice krispie treats. We are making mummies and monster today for a spooky and delicious treat in minutes.
Halloween Bark Recipe from Becca Ink: Make this fun Halloween bark recipe for your Halloween party. These easy Halloween treats are perfect for all your party guests and tricksters. Kids and adults love partaking in these spooky desserts. Plus, everyone can have fun learning how to make them!
More Halloween Candy
Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats from Tasty Treats And Eats: Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats are easy to make for a Halloween or Thanksgiving dessert! These pumpkin shaped rice krispie treats are the best!
Halloween Fudge from In Fine Taste: This easy Halloween fudge is the perfect fun and festive, and a little spooky treat to make this fall. Best of all, it only takes a few minutes to make!
2-Ingredient Ghost Chocolate Cups from Primavera Kitchen: Easy 2-ingredient Ghost Chocolate Cups are the perfect, fun Halloween treat that is done in less than 15 minutes. Your kids can even help you to make them!
Halloween Snickers Mummy Treats from Xoxobella: Looking for a simple spooky pastry recipe this Halloween? These treats are a perfect option because you only need 4 ingredients, they’re super-quick and easy to prepare, and they look and taste amazing.
Cute Ghost Marshmallow Popcorn Balls from Little Sunny Kitchen: Sweet Marshmallow Popcorn Balls are adorable when decorated with white candy melts and eyes to look like little popcorn ghosts! This sweet Halloween treat is quick and easy to make.
Even More Halloween Candy
Halloween Popcorn Balls from Whisking Wolf: All treat and no tricks, Halloween Popcorn Balls are perfect for kids of all ages. Adorn them with sprinkles or spooky decorations and these marshmallow popcorn balls will be the hit of your party.
Halloween Monster Mash Party Mix from The Forked Spoon: This Halloween Monster Mash Party Mix is a little creepy, a whole lot of fun, and has a little something for everyone. Just 5 minutes to throw together, enjoy at your next Halloween party or give to friends and teachers in cute little gift bags for a sweet Halloween surprise.
Microwave Fudge with Candy Corn from Belle Of The Kitchen: This Microwave Fudge recipe is full of sprinkles and candy corn and is so easy to make! It only needs five ingredients and is the perfect simple treat for Halloween or Thanksgiving!
Halloween Puppy Chow from Budget Delicious: It combines colorful candy with crunchy Chex cereal, chocolate chips, and peanut butter into a festive and flavorful treat the whole family will love!
Easy Halloween Bark from Vintage Kitchen Notes: Super easy candy and perfect for celebrating, this Halloween bark has two types of chocolate, crushed chocolate wafers resembling graveyard dirt and candy eyes. It takes 10 minutes to put together and extra time to set, and that’s it.
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Easy Dark Chocolate Halloween Bark with Quinoa from Nourish Nutrition Blog: Make this crispy, crunchy, chocolatey Halloween bark in just 15 minutes. Toasted quinoa adds a great crunch and texture to the bark, the Halloween candy adds great color, texture, and flavor, and the semi-sweet chocolate just ties the whole dessert together.
White Chocolate Halloween Bark Recipe from Crayons And Cravings: This spooky delicious Halloween bark recipe is ready in just 12 minutes and makes the perfect easy dessert for your Halloween party. Personalize it with your favorite candies!
Instant Pot Halloween Marshmallow Treats from Corrie Cooks: Yes you can even make marshmallow treats using your Instant Pot. All you need is butter, rice crisps, marshmallows and water. Then use your imagination, chocolate and sprinkles to make them colorful and scary:)
Halloween Candy Bark from I heart eating: Halloween Candy Bark recipe is an easy Halloween dessert that doesn’t require any decorating skills. Also a great way to use leftover Halloween candy.
Frankenstein Halloween Rice Krispie Treats from The Simple Sweet Life: These Halloween Rice Krispie treats are the perfect last-minute addition to your dessert line-up – Fast, easy and made from just a few store bought ingredients.
We’re Not Done with Halloween Candy
Easy Marshmallow Ghosts Recipe from Mommy Evolution: Sometimes you just want a little bit of Halloween fun without all of the fuss. These Marshmallow Ghosts are going to fit the bill.
Halloween Monster Popcorn Candy Corn Recipe from Mommy Evolution: Add some ghoulish fun to your Halloween table this season with a Halloween Monster Popcorn Candy Corn Recipe!
Easy Halloween Boo Bark from Sweet Mouth Joy: Spooky and simple, this easy 2-ingredient Halloween Boo bark is perfect to hand out to trick or treaters or give as halloween gifts for the little ones!
Witchy Popcorn Balls for Halloween from Mommy Evolution: Tricks and treats may provide thrills, but Witchy Popcorn Balls for Halloween can be the star of your hauntingly happy evening.
Mummy Rice Krispie Treats from Fantabulosity: The perfect last minute treat for your Halloween get together – these Rice Krispy Treat Mummies! Whether you use store bought or homemade treats, these mummies are simple to make and sure to be a hit.
And On and On with Halloween Candy
Spooky Popcorn Spider Web for Halloween from Mommy Evolution: Serve up some spooky treats this Halloween with a fun Popcorn Spider Web – perfect for your little goblins or Halloween party.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Bat Bites from When Is Dinner: These no bake Halloween treat are the perfect treat. They’re quick to make and look adorable.
A party is nothing without some snacks. Here are the most gruesome or cutest Halloween snacks.
Horror Finger Recipe with Grissini from Cosette is Cookin’: Grissini sticks turned into fingers is fun and delicious and so easy to prepare.
Halloween Chocolate Eyeball Monster Pretzels from The Reid Homestead: This easy and fun Halloween treat will be a hit at any Halloween party! Kids of all ages will enjoy making them and eating them!
Healthy Halloween Snacks from Meaningful Eats: Monster teeth, broomsticks, and boo-nanas — oh my! These healthy Halloween snacks for kids are perfect for fall parties. Plus they’re made with easy-to-find ingredients!
Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries from A Mummy Too: These Halloween chocolate covered strawberries are super easy to make and make for a seriously delicious snack for spooky season.
Halloween Peanut Butter Spiders from Plantbased On A Budget: These Halloween Peanut Butter Spiders are a lot of fun to make, super spooky-cute, and taste absolutely amazing! Make these sweet and adorable peanut butter protein critters for your little trick or treaters to enjoy. These no-bake, vegan treats are probably one of the easiest Halloween goodies that you can ever make!
More Halloween Snacks
Halloween Chocolate Pretzels from A Taste of Madness: Easy Halloween Chocolate Pretzels recipe. These sweet and salty treats make a great last minute dessert or snack.
Pumpkin Pretzels from The Short Order Cook: Cute pumpkin and jack o’lantern decorated pretzels are perfect for Halloween. These sweet and salty Pumpkin Pretzels are an easy no-bake recipe that’s fun & festive.
Apple Monsters from The Aussie home cook: These green apple monsters are an easy and healthy Halloween snack. With just six ingredients they are ready in a flash and perfect for a party or spooky dessert.
Halloween Snack Mix from The Feathered Nester: This Halloween Snack Mix/Trail Mix recipe is perfect for giving in treat bags, taking to work, sharing with your neighbors, or for Halloween parties. It’s ideal for treating someone!
Strawberry Halloween Monsters from Veggie Desserts: Try these healthy Halloween Strawberry Monsters! These fruit monsters are made from ripe strawberries, candy eyes, and fondant icing. They are easy to make and perfect as festive party food, and are healthy enough to enjoy as a snack, but sweet enough to be a treat!
Even More Halloween Snacks
Halloween Chocolate Apples from Gluten Free Tranquility: These chocolate covered apple slices is a fun and creative recipe to do with the kids. They are so easy to make and are perfect for Halloween parties.
Easy Halloween Pretzels from Fantabulosity: These Halloween pretzels are salty, sweet, and so easy to make! This is the perfect activity to do with the kids.
Bat Doughnuts from The Simple Sweet Life: Helloooooo Halloween doughnuts! Decked out in its Halloween finest, this batty breakfast features a candy coated baked chocolate doughnut.
Witches Broom Sticks Halloween Snack for Kids from Mommy Evolution: Rather than giving in to the sugar coma, why not serve up a fun Halloween snack that’s absolutely healthy for them with these fun witches broom sticks.
Scary Halloween Monsters Bites from Gathering Dreams: These spooky little monsters are more cute than scary! They are super easy to make, healthy, and delicious!
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Spooky Halloween Strawberries from Simply Scrumptious Eats: Have some fun with these delicious little Strawberry Ghosts that are the perfect Halloween snack!
Chocolate Covered Apple Slices from Pastry & Beyond: These semi-sweet chocolate covered apple slices with white chocolate drizzle are delicious and easy to make! You can be creative as much as you want and make any design you like for your next Halloween party!
Chocolate Covered Strawberries from Partylicious: These adorable Halloween Chocolate Covered Strawberries are a fun and simple Halloween themed dessert!
Halloween Donuts from Recipes from a Pantry: Celebrate the season with these scarily good donuts! The whole family will have fun creating their very own custom Halloween Donuts using store-bought donuts and a variety of sprinkles.
Food isn’t the only thing making your Halloween party, you’ll also need to present some spooky drinks.
Halloween Sangria from Cosette is Cookin’: A spooky, but delicious sangria that’s perfect to serve on a party or just for two.
Eyeball Jello Shots from Easy Party Cocktails: Made with just 4 ingredients, these Eyeball Jello Shots are perfect for any adult Halloween party.
Alien Brain Hemorrhage Shot from The Littlest Crumb: This creepy alien brain hemorrhage shot is the best Halloween shot recipe to serve to guests. Easy to make with only 4 ingredients: Peach Schnapps, Baileys, blue curaçao and grenadine.
Halloween Shooters from Celebration Generation: Halloween Shooters are fun to make, cool to look at, & tasty to drink! These Halloween Shot Recipes are a great addition to any Halloween party spread.
Red Devil Drink from The Littlest Crumb: This red devil drink makes the perfect Halloween cocktail. The combination of sloe gin and grenadine give this drink a bright red, spooky look.
More Halloween Drinks
Hocus Pocus Potion Float from In Fine Taste: This Hocus Pocus Potion Float is a fun and festive Halloween ice cream float! It’s the perfect party drink.
Halloween Scorpion Venom Punch from Culinary Ginger: You can add the sting (vodka) or not to this Halloween Scorpion Venom. A fun and vibrant spooky drink for the whole family.
Poison Apple Halloween Cocktail from Three Olives Branch: This Poison Apple Halloween Cocktail is a beautiful Halloween drink recipe. Perfect for a Halloween party, it is a twist on an apple daquiri with white rum, sour apple, and cinnamon schnapps.
Ectoplasm Syringe Vodka Jello Shots from Xoxobella: Do you know how to make jello shots in syringes? These vodka syringe shots with Smirnoff lime vodka are delicious and they look really special too. Just the thing for your Halloween party!
Cursed Immortal Halloween Rum Cocktail from Xoxobella: Looking for a rum Halloween drink? Well look no further! You can rustle up this Halloween rum cocktail quickly and easily, using just a few easy-to-find ingredients for a spectacular (spook-tacular?) result.
Even More Halloween Drinks
Poisoned Apple Cocktail from Cooking With Curls: Green apple soda, caramel and apple pie flavored vodkas combine to create a deliciously festive Halloween cocktail! This Poisoned Apple Martini Cocktail is a bit tart, has a slight kick, and some fun bubbles.
Hocus Pocus Cocktail from The Short Order Cook: Brew up a few Hocus Pocus Cocktails for an eerie Halloween drink. It’s sweet, spicy, & spooky good.
Spooky Halloween Margarita from Fat Girl Hedonist: Spooky margarita made with black lava salt, midori and dry ice. Fun and festive for Halloween.
Halloween Hot Cocoa Bombs Recipe from A Country Girl’s Life: With just a few simple ingredients you can whip up a real Halloween show stopper. These candy corn hot cocoa bombs are a fun and easy food craft for kids of all ages.
Halloween Punch Recipe from A Country Girl’s Life: This quick and easy orange sherbet punch recipe (with a Jack O’lantern face) is perfect non-alcoholic drink for any spooky soiree! With just a few inexpensive but crowd pleasing ingredients, this bubbly pumpkin themed punch is a hit!
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The Witch’s Heart from The Flavor Blender: A dreamy, whimsical and magical Halloween Cocktail made with Blackberry Shimmery liqueur! Are you brave enough to drink The Witch’s Heart?
Polyjuice Potion from Baking Beauty: This refreshing frothy beverage will transport you into the Wizarding World. The potion is super easy to make and requires only 5 ingredients!
Halloween White Hot Chocolate Recipe from The Country Chic Cottage: This creamy delicious white hot chocolate is perfect for a Halloween party or warming up after a cool night of trick-or-treating; and the presentation is spooktacular!
Easy Halloween Rum Cocktails from A Country Girl’s Life: The Tipsy Ghost Cocktail is a quick and easy adult beverage for any spooky soiree! With just a few ingredients, this misty, ghost themed drink is the perfect Halloween party pleaser!
Blood Red Halloween Jello Shots from A Country Girl’s Life: Need a show stopping cocktail for your next spooky get together? Look no further than the BLOOD red Morticia Adams Jello shot. It’s garnished with a beautiful hand cut, strawberry rose that’ll impress your party guests!
Well you can’t celebrate Halloween without cookies! So here are a bunch of fun Halloween themed cookies.
Mummy Cookies from Cosette is Cookin’: Funny mummy cookies with just a few ingredients that the kids can make themselves.
Aquafaba Meringues from Veggie Fun Kitchen: Made with aquafaba (the liquid from a can of beans) whipped light and fluffy with a stand mixer, and baked in a low, slow oven, these cute ghost meringue cookies are a tasty fun vegan Halloween treat.
Easy Halloween Witch Hat Cookies from Foodnservice: You’ll completely enjoy these delicious Witch Hat Cookies that are made with a homemade chocolate cookie dough mix.
Gluten-Free Halloween Cookies from Meaningful Eats: These gluten-free Halloween cookies are fudgy, chewy, brownie-like treats! They’re EASY-to-make, festive, and the perfect amount of spooky!
More Halloween Cookies
Halloween No Bake Cookies from Savvy Mama Lifestyle: If you want a Halloween treat without much effort, these No-Bake Halloween Cookies add a batty touch!
Easy Halloween Cookies from Simply Scrumptious Eats: These cute and fun Halloween Cookies are easy to make and perfect for a Halloween get together! And most importantly: they are soft, chewy and insanely delicious!
Ding Dong Bats from A Country Girl’s Life: Whip up some easy, NO BAKE ding dong bats for a last minute crowd pleaser. With just a few ingredients you can create a spooky Halloween dessert in no time.
Chocolate Madeleines from Live to Sweet: These Chocolate Madeleines are tender little cakes, and are super chocolatey thanks to dark chocolate and black cocoa powder! A dip of chocolate and some festive sprinkles and you’re ready for Halloween!
Vampire Sandwich Cookies from Amanda’s Cookin’: Vampire sandwich cookies, Dracula’s dentures, whichever you call them, know they’ll bring a ghastly good time to your Halloween baking experience!
Even More Halloween Cookies
Nutter Butter Halloween Ghost Cookies from Inspiring Savings: These Nutter Butter Halloween Ghost Cookies are easy to make. They’re the perfect Halloween treat to surprise your kids with or to make a big impression at the classroom Halloween party.
Halloween Whoopie Pies from Vintage Kitchen Notes: These are soft chocolate cookies sandwiched with an orange-colored cream cheese filling. A super cute Halloween bake that’s great to make with kids. Top them with eyeball candies or other thematic extras.
Frankenstein Smores from The Inspiration Edit: Today we have a fantastic Halloween recipe for you to try out which is pretty simple and easy to make. This is a guest post created for The Inspiration Edit and the ingredients come from the USA, however, you can get these items from your local Tesco in the USA section here in the UK.
Witch Finger Cookies from Texanerin: These Witch Finger Cookies use jam in place of food coloring for “blood” in these gory Halloween cookies.
Homemade Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights Recipe from Strength and Sunshine: This Homemade Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights recipe is a copycat version of the seasonal treat you know and love! A healthier gluten-free, vegan, and allergy-free recipe for the soft pumpkin spiced cookies with a spooky carved face and stuffed with pumpkin butter filling! A dessert that tastes like pumpkin pie but you don’t have to wait for its limited-edition arrival!
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Black Sesame Soot Sprite (Susuwatari) Cookies from I Heart Umami: These Soot Sprite Halloween Cookies are inspired by Japanese anime My Neighbor Totoro with simple and healthy ingredients that moms and kids can both enjoy!
Halloween Cookies from Loving Living Lancaster: Enjoy the fall and coming holidays with these Halloween cookies! So easy to make, the kids can help with them.
Halloween Sprinkle Cookies from I Heart Eating: Halloween sprinkle cookies are soft vanilla cookies topped with a generous coating of Halloween candy sprinkles. This easy Halloween dessert recipe can be made from scratch in less than 30 minutes.
Easy Pumpkin Meringue Cookie Jack O’Lantern Recipe from Mom Hacks 101: Make this easy pumpkin meringue cookie jack o’lantern recipe with the kids this Halloween. It is such a simple Halloween treat that the kids will love decorating!
We’re Not done With Halloween Cookies
Halloween Sour Cream Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting from Saving Talents: Halloween themed sour cream sugar cookies are the perfect spooky Halloween party treat! The cream cheese frosting is fun to decorate.
Witch’s Hat Treats from Mom Foodie: These cute Witch Hat Treats are a quick and easy no bake Halloween dessert. Put the kids to work assembling them.
Spider Web Chocolate Cookies from Vintage Kitchen Notes: When you’re ready to start baking Halloween treats, these chocolate cookies with a marshmallow spider web should be part of your list. They’re delicious and quite easy to put together. Kids love them, of course.
Gluten-Free Halloween Monster Cookies from Primavera Kitchen: Perfect fun Gluten-free Halloween cookies to make with your kids. They’re made with almond butter, natural sweetener and dark chocolate chips.
Mummy Cookies from Cooked by Julie: These soft, sweet mummy cookies are the perfect spooky treat for your Halloween party. Simple but tender shortbread Halloween cookies are coated and drizzled with pure white candy melts for a perfectly sweet Halloween goodie.
And On And On with Halloween Cookies
Easy Halloween Chocolate Chip Cookies from Partylicious: These easy Halloween Chocolate Chip Cookies have 10 minute prep time and use sprinkles and candy eyes for a deliciously fun and simple Halloween treat.
Nutter Butter Ghosts from The Short Order Cook: Crispy, creamy, & creepy cookies make for the most fun on Halloween. For the easiest holiday recipe, make a batch of these no-bake Nutter Butter Ghosts.
Chocolate Halloween Cookies from Whisking Wolf: Frighteningly fun, these monster-size Chocolate Halloween Cookies are all treat and no trick. Rich and chewy, the Dutch chocolate cookies are chockful of M&M’s and Halloween sprinkles for a scary good party snack.
An ultimate treat for Halloween are Halloween cupcakes. There are so many options with cupcakes.
Eyeballs Cupcakes from Cosette is Cookin’: Spooky in a funny way is the best way to describe these eyeballs cupcakes. Make these for a party or with the kids.
Halloween Cupcakes from Cosette is Cookin’: Fun bloody cupcakes due to the blackberries topped with delicious frosting and sprinkled with Halloween figures.
Dirt Cupcakes from Fantabulosity: These creepy dirt cupcakes would be delicious all year round… but are extra fun at Halloween! The gummy worms and fun toppers give such a great presentation!
Easy Halloween Treats from Living in Normal: Super easy Halloween treats that take very minimal skill and effort to make. These spooky treats use a cake mix and pre-made frosting in a bag.
Easy Halloween Ghost Cupcakes from Fab Food 4 All: They are delicious, chocolate cupcakes with a hint of coffee, topped with chocolate spread and a white chocolate ghost topper. Kids can easily make them with a little adult help.
More Halloween Cupcakes
Slime Cupcakes from Becca Ink: This spooky Halloween treat is filled with homemade edible slime on the inside similar to that of a cream-filled, Halloween snack cake. So, it’s both a creative and tasty way to scare up some fun with an unexpected surprise for all your party guests.
Halloween Ghost Cupcakes from Becca Ink: A delicious, sweet and fun Halloween treat for kids and adults of all ages. You can make Halloween ghost cupcakes at home using your favorite box cupcake mix, lollipops and fondant.
Moist Black Velvet Cupcakes from Alpine Ella: These cupcakes are naturally dyed with black cocoa powder, giving you this intense black color and delicious chocolate taste. It’s frosted with a creamy black cocoa buttercream.
Keto Halloween Brownie Cupcakes from Dr. Davinah’s Eats: Want to celebrate Halloween, but want to cut back on sugar? These Halloween Brownie Cupcakes with cream cheese frosting are delightfully sweet, but use a natural sugar substitute.
Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Cupcakes from Cooked By Julie: These Jack-O-Lantern pumpkin cupcakes are incredibly moist and easy to make. Ditch the candy this Halloween and serve the kiddos these delicious cupcakes instead.
Even More Halloween Cupcakes
Vegan Mummy Cupcakes from Vegan Huggs: These Vegan Mummy Cupcakes will be a hit at your spooky Halloween bash. They are fun to make, kid-friendly and completely adorable! The mummy wrapping is piped on with vegan buttercream and the eyes are dotted with chocolate chips. It’s so easy!
Halloween Ghost Cupcakes from Partylicious: These adorable and easy Halloween ghost cupcakes are the perfect easy Halloween treat the whole family can enjoy!
Maleficent Cupcakes from Sweet Mouth Joy: Perfect for Disney fans, these spooky Maleficent cupcakes are Gothic and cute with their easy edible horns.
Vegan Halloween Cupcakes from Addicted To Dates: These vegan Halloween cupcakes are fun and easy to make. They consist of a chocolate cupcake filled with blackberry coulis and topped with chocolate meringue and skulls.
Halloween Spider Cupcakes from Living Sweet Moments: These delicious Halloween Spider Cupcakes are made with a yummy homemade chocolate frosting and cute candy eyes. Have the kids help you decorate the top. Yum!
Continuing With Halloween Cupcakes
Scary Bloody Cupcakes from Living Sweet Moments: Bloody Cupcakes – the perfect Halloween Treat for a party! Vanilla cupcakes with vanilla buttercream filled with strawberry coulis. Decadent and original!
Halloween Cupcakes from Foxes Love Lemons: Halloween Cupcakes don’t have to be hard! Grab a box mix and a piping bag, and you’re well on your way to these spooky and delicious zombie brain cupcakes.
Candy Corn Cupcakes from A Country Girl’s Life: This EASY version of the layered candy corn cupcake will impress! From the three colored frosting, to the layered cake surprise inside…your Halloween guests will love these moist and flavorful treats!
High Hat Cupcakes from Live to Sweet: These High Hat Cupcakes are super chocolaty, frosted SKY-HIGH with vanilla buttercream, then dipped in chocolate! The finishing touch is the spooky marshmallow “webs!”
Bleeding Black Cupcakes from The Flavor Blender: These Bleeding Black Cupcakes are delicious, black chocolate cupcakes filled with a rose flavored white chocolate ganache and topped with chocolate buttercream, tinted black. These spooky Halloween Black Cupcakes are an easy treat, perfect for any Halloween party!
We’re Not Done With Halloween Cupcakes
Easy Bloody Halloween Cupcakes from Spatula Desserts: Bloody Halloween cupcakes are the ultimate scary and fun Halloween party dessert that are moist, fluffy, and also taste just amazing! Besides their fun design with the edible broken glass and fake blood, they have a super delicious strawberry cheesecake flavor due to the cream cheese frosting and strawberry sauce added as decoration.
Frankenstein Cupcakes from Food Doodles: These Frankenstein cupcakes can be made traditionally or a bit healthier. They’re super moist and chocolaty with an adorable, brutish face of Frankenstein.
Gluten-Free Halloween Ghost Cupcakes from Strength and Sunshine: These cute and spooky Gluten-Free Ghost Cupcakes are perfect for Halloween! These super easy cupcakes are vegan, allergy-free, and perfect for kids! Made with a simple black chocolate cupcake base and dairy-free vanilla buttercream frosting. Whether you need a unique Halloween party treat or a simple non-candy dessert, these are a must!
Sweet as Candy Ghost Cupcakes from Loving Living Lancaster: Perfect for those fall holiday parties you are going to, these ghost cupcakes aren’t scary, they are sweet as candy!
Black Cat Cupcakes from The Simple Sweet Life: These cute cat cupcakes are the cat’s pajamas! With Oreo ears and a rich chocolate buttercream frosting, these sweet Halloween cupcakes are every bit as adorable as they are delicious.
And On And On With Halloween Cupcakes
Zombie Cupcakes from The Cagle Diaries: Zombie cupcakes are awesome, they’re adorable, plus the kids love helping because making the zombies out of fondant is a lot like play-doh!
Halloween Cupcakes from Recipes from a Pantry: These Halloween Cupcakes are easy to make and fun to eat!
Ghost Mini Muffins from Sustain my Cooking Habit: Looking for some easy Halloween desserts? These simple yet adorable ghost mini muffins are sure to be the spooky hit of your Halloween party or get-together!
A party or dinner needs to have or even several desserts! Here are lots of cute and gruesome ideas.
Graveyard Pudding Cups from Cosette is Cookin’: Cute and delicious are these one person desserts filled with chocolate mousse.
Red Velvet Monstersicles from Cosette is Cookin’: Maneater ice cream popsicles with a red velvet inside. They are perfect to serve at a party or just because.
Graveyard Chocolate Mousse from Cosette is Cookin’: Worms and eyes pop up and out of this chocolate mousse graveyard. An easy and delicious dessert.
Mummysicles from Cosette is Cookin’: Delicious caramel-chocolate ice cream popsicles. They are decorated as mummies. Which makes them a perfect dessert that everyone will love.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Mummy Truffles from Foodnservice: These amazing Pumpkin Cheesecake Mummy Truffles, are the perfect addition your Halloween Dessert list…or a great craving for a pumpkin spiced truffle treat! These no-bake Halloween treats will be a perfect delight for your little ones to help make in the kitchen with you!
More Halloween Desserts
Halloween Dirt Cups from Belle of the Kitchen: These Halloween Dirt Cups are a frightfully fun treat! Layers of rich chocolate pudding, crumbly Oreo “dirt,” and cookie headstones make these the perfect spooky dessert for your Halloween night!
Boo Batter No Churn Ice Cream from Food Meanderings: This copycat Boo Batter Ice Cream is a black Halloween ice cream. It’s made without an ice cream maker (no churn), and it tastes like cake batter. It’s loaded with cake batter, Oreo cookies and Halloween candy like Kit Kat chocolate bars, candy corn, candy eyes and smarties (although you can use any candy you like.)
Kid’s Pudding Cups Halloween Dessert from Savvy Mama Lifestyle: These Halloween Pudding Cups are the cutest sweet snack or dessert for kids. The graveyard topping adds a spooky touch!
White Chocolate Skulls with Pink Mousse Brains from Mom Foodie: These Skulls with Chocolate Mousse make a delightfully ghoulish dessert!
Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups from Simply Stacie: These fun dirt pudding cups are dressed up spooky. Making them perfect for your Halloween parties or a sweet fall treat. They are so simple to make that even the kids can help!
Even More Halloween Desserts
Halloween Graveyard Dirt Cake from Little Sunny Kitchen: This is the best tasting Halloween Dirt Cake around. Further it’s decorated to be the spookiest too! From scratch chocolate cake is topped with crushed oreos and more.
Strawberry and Chocolate Fudge Mice from Simple Living Recipes: This Halloween dessert is delicious. Easy to make, and super cute. Although scary when cut in half. These strawberry and chocolate fudge mice are great finger food for any Halloween Party!
Halloween Brownies & Bars
Brownies can’t be missing from this list of Halloween food ideas, so here are lots of delicious brownies and bars.
Halloween Brownies from Cosette is Cookin’: Delicious dark chocolate brownies with caramel snakes and eyes on top. Giving the brownies a spooky appearance.
Mummy Brownies Recipe from Chisel and Fork: If you’re looking for a Halloween-themed dessert that will be a hit everywhere! Look no further than these homemade chocolate mummy brownies.
Halloween Candy Cookie Bars from In Fine Taste: These Halloween candy cookie bars are the perfect way to use up all that leftover Halloween candy!
Halloween Blondies from The Inspiration Edit: There’s no denying that these Halloween Blondies are the best! Soft and chewy with the perfect crunch from all those candies and google eyes will have you coming back for more!
Graveyard Brownies Halloween Treat Recipe from Chenée Today: These fun decorated Graveyard Brownies are the perfect spooky treat! They can be made so easily with a box brownie mix!
More Halloween Brownies & Bars
Spooky Peanut Butter Cookie Bars from Butternut and Sage: BOO! The bars are thick, chewy, heavy on the peanut butter and iced with chocolate butter cream frosting. Decorated with marshmallow “spider web” and white chocolate ghosts, these cookie bars are the perfect October treat!
Halloween Brownies from Where Is My Spoon: Cute monster Halloween brownies. These chocolate glazed brownies are a perfect Halloween treat for the kids.
Halloween Funfetti Cheesecake Bars from Lynn’s Way of Life: Creamy and full of sprinkles. These Halloween Funfetti Cheesecake Bars are made mostly in the food processor! No need to bake in a water bath for hours, these bars are baked in 30 minutes.
RIP Tombstone Halloween Brownies Recipe from Mommy Evolution: Whip up some adorable RIP Tombstone Halloween Brownies. They are scary yummy and fun to serve.
Let’s get onto the showstoppers, these Halloween cakes are what you want to present to everyone on your party.
Halloween Candy Ice Cream Pie from Coley Cooks: If you’re looking for something to do with all that Halloween candy. It doesn’t get easier or more impressive than my Halloween Candy Ice Cream Pie! All of your favorite candy is chopped up, mixed into vanilla ice cream and then frozen into a buttery Oreo cookie crust. It only takes 4 ingredients and 30 minutes of active prep time.
Cute Pink Halloween Drip Cake from Sweet Mouth Joy: This pink halloween cake is cute. It’s made from three layers of moist vanilla sponge. It has pink frosting and a purple ganache drip. Decorate with candy eyes for mini monsters on top and add fun halloween sprinkles!
Ghostly Graveyard Cake from Mommy Evolution: This Ghostly Graveyard Cake takes imagination and creativity from everyone. Due to the tombstones, skulls and spooky icing, daring all to try a bite.
Halloween Graveyard Cake from Delicious Table: Bake a spooky Halloween Cake with orange and chocolate marbled cake inside. And a cemetery all made in chocolate! The fence, gate, tree, tombstones, “dirt” and bones will be enchanting for your family or party guests…Happy Halloween!
Black Velvet Cake from Cambrea Bakes: This super moist black velvet cake is unlike any other chocolate cake recipe! It’s naturally colored with black cocoa powder and has a deliciously unique flavor.
Halloween Cake Pops
From cake pops to cakesicles these are all convenient and cut to present and prepare.
Halloween Cakesicles from Becca Ink: These colorful Halloween cakesicles are the fall desserts of dreams. They’re quick to make and even quicker to devour.
Easy Halloween Cake Pops from Tasty Treats and Eats: These Halloween Cake Pops are delicious and easy to make. Simple Halloween Cake Pops are the best Halloween dessert for kids!
Cake Mix Mummy Cakesicles from A Taste of Madness: Easy Cake Mix Mummy Cakesicles recipe. Made with only 5 ingredients, this makes a great last minute Halloween dessert idea.
The Easiest Halloween Cake Pops from Lemons and Zest: Cake pops can be fun and simple to make. These are even a no bake version! Halloween Cake Pops are so easy to make, fun to decorate and even better to eat! You don’t have to spend hours whipping up this favorite holiday treat!
Gluten Free Ghost Cake Pops for Halloween from Gluten Free Tranquility: Halloween cake pops in a fun ghost and pumpkin design. They are the ideal party treat made with gluten free chocolate cake.
More Halloween Cake Pops
Cute Halloween Cake Pops from The Wooden Spoon Effect: These Halloween ghost pops are a crowd favorite. They look adorable and taste delicious.
Halloween Cake Pops from Kitchunlimited: These cake pops are sure to frighten and delight your guests. Best of all, they are easy to make! So gather your ingredients and get started on these festive treats today.
Halloween Cakesicles from Keep Calm And Eat Ice Cream: These Halloween cakesicles are a super fun and cute Halloween treat! Perfect for a spooktacular party or as wonderful home made trick or treat candy.
Pizza is easy to serve as dinner just before or after you’ve gone trick or treating. Here are some gruesome and fun ideas.
Spooky Snacks: Tombstone Pizza Pockets from Cosette is Cookin’: Small pizzas that can serve as a snack. But also as part of dinner. The pockets are topped/stuffed and delicious.
Spooky Snacks: Mini Mummy Pizzas from Cosette is Cookin’: Mini pizzas that look like mummies. They are easy to prepare and delicious to eat.
Mini Halloween Spider Pizzas from A Mummy Too: Get the kids cooking with these Mini Halloween Spider Pizzas. Made with a few store cupboard ingredients, they cook in less than 10 minutes!
Spider Halloween Pizza with Black Charcoal Crust from Xoxobella: If you’re looking for Halloween pizza ideas. This is certainly a spooky Halloween meal! Making this black-bottomed pizza with black olive spiders is quick and easy.
Halloween Pizzas from The Feathered Nester: Have some spooky fun this season making some Halloween mini pizzas! These little Halloween pizza ideas are ideal for making with kids to spark their creativity.
More Halloween Pizzas
Pepperoni Pizza Pockets from Dinner At The Zoo: These homemade pepperoni pizza pockets are a great make-ahead meal or snack. Serve them with a side of marinara sauce for dipping!
Halloween Pizza from Delicious Table: Halloween parties are all about serving haunted food and creepy drinks like mini Halloween Pizzas. Decorate with one of the six ideas here, choose a Jack-O-Lantern, Dracula, Frankenstein, Monster, Mummy, or Ghost! They are great to bake on Halloween night and so adorably clever and cute…Happy Trick or Treating!
That’s A Wrap On Our Halloween Recipes
There should be enough recipes in here to fill the whole day!