Considered as the most fun and thrilling holiday every year is Halloween. You prepare for the Halloween party and trick or treats, you decorate your house to make it scary, you dress up for the occasion, you meet up with your family or friends, have fun for the night, share spooky stories, watch horror movies, and eat. Food is probably one of the best features of every holiday including this Halloween. Be creative with your snacks or meals with these deliciously spooky food ideas for the Halloween.
Jack O’ Lanterns as we know are a big part of every Halloween event. You can see them as decorations almost anywhere. Now, they’re not just decorations, but you can also offer some Jack O’ Lantern Chips and Dip to your horrified guests so they can taste the goodness of this snack.
One of the best tasty treats that both kids and adults will love is Ghost S’mores. This scary but very cute chocolate chips, ghost peeps, heavy cream, and graham combo will warm your sweet palate and heart.
This is the holiday when you can experiment and design your tasty baked goods to make them more interesting. Why don’t you make a disgusting-looking but yummy Brain Cupcakes? Everyone will surely freak out with what you have to offer, but once they tasted them, it’s going to be irresistible. Use our ever-reliable Silicone Baking Pan for your brain cupcakes.
Always, always include eggs even to your Halloween dishes. The Pumpkin Deviled Eggs are a great addition to your spooktacular, tasty gathering. The combination of boiled yolks, mayo, mustard, salt, and pepper will excite your taste buds that you’ll even forget it’s Halloween.
Filling a plate with eyeballs might scare your guests away. Well, first, you really want to scare them, and second, you want to surprise them with this tasty appetizer called Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs. Plus, they’re easy to make.
Love ‘em pizzas? Well, then, bake the best Mini Mummy Pizzas with eyes and mouth made of olives, that’s perfect as appetizers for the Halloween party.
Apples are our healthy-food go-to but they can also be quite scary food because of the stories from Snow White and Eve. Worry not about Halloween Apple Bites as they’re yummy, simple, and on the healthier side.
Everyone’s favorite, chicken, can also be made into a spooky dish. For your Halloween party, impress your guests with the terrifyingly flavorful Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Skulls. Cook your buffalo chicken on a Non-Stick Fry Pan.
Hope you don’t fear spiders, but if you have friends who do, then hope they won’t freak out when you hand them the Spider Cookies. These may look creepy for others, but they’re actually cute and tasty. For sure your guests won’t mind eating them for the horror-fest.
The very delicious cake and the depressing graveyard may seem an unlikely tandem, but trust me, they’re a likable flavorful combination. This Deathly Chocolate Graveyard Cake will be a sweet surprise for horror fans.
Our favorite childhood monster scientist is back with sweet revenge. Be sure to include the artsy Frankenstein Cookies in your set of Halloween food table. Your guests will never leave the cookie tray to eat some more of these monstrous little treats.
Another winning cupcake recipe that will capture your Halloween-inspired palates is the Worm Cupcakes. Contrary to being disgusting, they are actually artistic and flavorful that both kids and adults will love. Use our ever-reliable Silicone Baking Pan for your worm cupcakes.
Get your kitchen and horror skills to work by making these deliciously spooky food ideas for Halloween. They’re an amazing part of your creepy holiday celebration that you won’t be able to resist.
Brain Cupcakes by Martha Stewart
Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Skulls by Food
Deathly Chocolate Graveyard Cake by Half Baked Harvest
Frankenstein Cookies by Betty Crocker
Ghost Smores by Delish
Halloween Apple Bites by Fork and Beans
Jack O' Lantern Chips and Dip by BuzzFeed
Mini Mummy Pizzas by Pampered Chef
Pumpkin Deviled Eggs by Eating Richly
Spider Cookies by Mommy Musings
Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs by A Spicy Perspective
Worm Cupcakes by Taste of Home