Halloween Snacks, Halloween Desserts, Halloween Treats, and Creepy Halloween Food for a fun Halloween Party with some Spooky Halloween Food!
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Do you love to throw Halloween parties? Parties are the perfect time to make themed foods based on the event the party is for. I have found some Creepy Halloween Snacks you could serve at your Halloween Party this year to make all your guests jump just a little!
12 Halloween Snacks for your Halloween Party
1.) Ghost Cake Pops from Hello Little Home
These cute little cake pops are pretty easy to make, delicious and a way to impress your Halloween party guests too! Follow the easy tutorial to make these (they’re not as hard as you might think)!
2.) Stuffed Halloween Cupcakes from A Side of Sweet
Using chocolate cupcakes you’ll core each cupcake and add the candies. Next you replace the tops and frost. You’ll find a sweet surprise inside each cupcake! For the entire recipe be sure to visit A Side of Sweet.
3.) Creepy Screamscicle Popsicles from This Mama Loves
4.) Graveyard Spiderweb Pumpkin Blondies from Ashlee Marie
Pumpkin and chocolate are the base for this delicious and somewhat spooky treat with the marshmallow spider webs! Kids will love this one in taste and looks! Plus, it’s pretty easy to make so you can even involve the kids if you want!
5.) Pretzel Bones from This Worthey Life
If you love the combination of sweet and salty this is an easy Halloween snack to make that will delight your taste buds. All you need for this recipe is pretzel sticks, mini marshmallows and white candy melting chips!
6.) Frankenstein Sugar Cookies from Craft, Create, Cook
These sugar cookies are pretty easy to make and are a fun little way to add a little fun to your Halloween snack lineup! Besides the ingredients for the cookies themselves you’ll need green gel food coloring, black icing, candy eyes, and chocolate chips to make the face on Frankenstein!
7.) Alien Pretzels from Butter with a Side of Bread
There are so many easy ways to make snacks with pretzels and this is another fun one! With mini pretzels, white candy melts, coconut oil, green and orange food coloring, Sixlets, and chocolate chips you can make these cute alien pretzels for a Halloween treat!
8.) Spooky Green Jello from The Crafting Chicks
This is cute and creepy and is great for non-chocolate dessert people! Make sure you have plastic cups to make individual servings for this slimy worm treat!
9.) Spooky Tasty Halloween Potion from Thirty Something SuperMom
10.) Spooky Witch Fingers from Mass Hole Mommy
With pretzel rods, sliced almonds, black food dye and green candy melts you can make these creepy witch finger Halloween snacks! They’re no bake which is a bonus!
11.) Apple Monsters Halloween Treat from Two Healthy Kitchens
If you’re looking for a nut free and healthier treat for your kids (or yourself) this is the perfect Halloween snack to make! Made with red grapes, green grapes, apples, puffed rice cereal, nut free butter and chocolate chips you can eat more than one!
12.) Bloody Slides Suckers from Ashlee Marie
These are just suckers without the stick and some red candy coloring that creates the look of blood. If you are going for creepy, here you go!
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