We’ve rounded up 20 of the cutest, spookiest and tastiest Halloween Party Recipes on the web so you can host the best party ever.
Are your ready to start your holiday baking?! Halloween is right around the corner and its the perfect time to start sharpening your cooking skills or just ease into the groove of things. Dive in with these fun Halloween Party Recipes to get you ready for the busiest baking season of the year.
Whip up a classic cupcake and decorate them with these spooky ghosts and candy corns! You can find the recipe on Wilton.
Now this is a perfect cookie! Moms and Munchkins is the mastermind behind these stellar cookies. Check out how they made these yummy cookies with a frosting job that is perfection.
What makes a cookie better? When you turn it into a cookie sandwich! Try some of these pumpkin cookie sandwiches from Cook with Manali. There soft doughy texture and warm fall flavors will melt in your mouth.
I am always a sucker for cute snack ideas like these melted witch cupcakes from Six Sisters Stuff. These are sure to be a major hit both for cuteness and taste.
Not Martha has created these awesome cookies filled with edible goodies on the inside. Check out their step by step instructions on how to make these fun filled cookies.
Where are my moms that aren’t much for baking? That doesn’t mean you can’t create awesome treats. Take a look at these mummy Rice Krisipies. Just buy your Rice Krispie treats, melt white chocolate chips in the microwave and decorate! Not too bad, right? Check out Crème De La Crumb for more complete instructions.
Chelsea’s Messy Apron has the how to for these awesome eyeballs that your little monsters will certainly gobble up.
While Halloween is the sweet tooth holiday, it doesn’t mean you can’t have other delicious foods that aren’t packed with sugar. This “Shrimp On The Brain” cracker spread is yummy and definitely on point. Visit 4 Sons ‘R’ Us to get the complete recipe.
Think outside the box with these sushi balls from Chopstick Chronicles. These easy to make sushi balls will be a hit with guests.
These pumpkin quesadillas from Lil’ Luna are a synch to make and definitely a yummy snack the kiddos will love.
Try a fun twist on the mummy hotdogs with our very own recipe for Bacon Wrapped Sausage Mummies.
Make some eyeballs with a little cheese, olives and ketchup for an incredibly easy, no bake recipe from The 11 Best.
Whip up some spider web taco dip from Palatable Past Time.
Make some jalapeno mummies stuffed with cream cheese and pepper jack cheese from Frugal Coupon Living.
Guests won’t believe their eyes when they see these Garlicky Black Bean Spaghetti Spoons with Deviled Eyes!
Beware of this toxic waste mac and cheese from Cooking with Curls. You won’t be able to get enough of it.
Don’t forget festive drinks! These Purple People Eater Floats from The Novice Chef will quench the thirst of any ghost or goblin.
If it gets chilly where you trick or treat, warm everyone up with this delicious Candy Corn Hot Chocolate from The Magical Slow Cooker.
If you are in need of a grown-up drink, try making these Zombie Brain shots from Homemade Hooplah.