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Spooky Eyeball Truffles

Spooky Eyeball Truffles

These easy truffles have a delicious crunch thanks to Reese's™ Puffs™ Cereal! You can make them on sticks or just serve them up as a platter of eyeballs. Spooky!MORE+LESS-

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cups crushed Reese's Puffs™ cereal

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    In large bowl, combine crushed Reese's™ Puffs™ Cereal, Peanut Butter and butter. Mix well.

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    Add powdered sugar, a cup at a time, until you have a firm dough. You may need to add up to 1 additional cup sugar, depending on your climate.

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    Roll into 1 inch balls and place on wax paper.

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    If making suckers, dip each stick in a little bit of melted white candy melts and push one into each peanut butter ball. Place in fridge for about 5 minutes to harden.

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    Dip each ball into melted White candy melts and set on wax paper to harden (about 5 minutes).

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    When set, dip one side into melted red candy melts. Using a toothpick, drizzle some extra red around the edges to look like the eyes are bloodshot. Press one chocolate chip, pointed side down, into the center and let set completely.

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  • Halloween is in the air and my little spooks and goblins have been lookin' for fun and scary treats...

    These Peanut Butter Truffle Eyeball Suckers were a huge hit! Not only do they look great, they taste fabulous thanks to the addition of crushed Reese's Puffs Cereal.

    I guarantee these will be gobbled up before you can give them a second "glance"! ;)

    Mix up the dough ingredients, roll into 1" balls and place on wax paper.

    Now, you can make these eyeballs stand-alone or put them on sucker sticks. We like making them into suckers, it's easier for the kids to dip them and they're fun to eat! If making suckers, dip each stick in a little bit of melted white candy melts and push one into each peanut butter ball. Place in fridge for about 5 minutes to harden. (Tip: put your wax paper on a cookie sheet, then it's easy to transfer your treats to/from the fridge!)

    Dip each ball into melted White candy melts and set on wax paper to harden (about 5 minutes). When set, dip one side into melted red candy melts. Using a toothpick, drizzle some extra red around the edges to look like the eyes are "bloodshot". Press one chocolate chip, pointed side down, into the center and let set completely.

    Here's an example of the "bloodshot" eyes. My kids loved doing this part!

    Mandy Heaston is a busy mom, gourmet cook -- and opera singer! She brings FUN (and, yes, singing) to the kitchen with easy recipes that inspire families to cook and eat together.

How to Make Spooky Tuffle Eyeball Halloween Cupcakes

If you’re looking for a spooky treat to make this Halloween, look no further than the Truffle Eyeball. Lyndsy McDonald, winner of Halloween Baking Championship, Season 4, nestles the devilish creation on top of raspberry “blood” to add some ghoulish fun to her Halloween cupcakes. Grab a box of cupcake mix and try them out for yourself — they’re a scary good way to give your trick-or-treaters an eyeful this year. And be sure to watch the newest season of Halloween Baking Championship on Mondays at 9|8c. Happy baking!

Truffle Eyeballs: Roll 12 small pieces of white fondant into pea-size balls flatten into thin rounds. Dampen one side of each with water and stick onto a white chocolate truffle. Mix green gel food coloring with a few drops of water paint the fondant. Paint a dot with black gel food coloring for the pupil.

Raspberry Blood: Bring 3 cups raspberries, 1 cup sugar and 1 cup water to a boil, then simmer until soft, 8 minutes. Return to a boil, whisk in 1 1/2 teaspoons pectin and boil 1 minute, whisking. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve and whisk in a few drops of red food coloring. Let cool completely.

Halloween: Celebrating All Things Spooky

Halloween is fast approaching and already there are heaps of stores stocking up on candies, while a whole lot of frightfully good activities are being lined up to give everyone the shivers. Pumpkin carving, haunted house scares, costume shopping — this celebration of all things eerie sure is a mixed bag of magic and mystery!

A night of spooks?

The U.S. alone is dotted with places that put fresh twist on all things Halloween. There’s Salem (MA) and their to-die-for parties, Madison (WI) and their infamously wild Freakfest, New Orleans and their penchant for vampire balls, Keene (NH) and their Pumpkin Fest, and Anoka (MN) and their city-wide parades. Halloween, however, is never just about kids trick-or-treating in scary costumes it’s this phenomenon that embraces a plethora of customs celebrated from different stretches of the globe.

Ireland. If there’s one place that knows the roots of Halloween by heart, it’s Ireland. Originally known as Samhain Night, this festival indicates the start of the darker half of the year. As a celebration, they dedicate five full days to spooky carnivals — with heaps of dancing and a long string of family events (snap apples, anyone?), ghost tours, haunted house events, and horror film viewing.

Mexico. Halloween, among many Spanish countries, is known as El Dia de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead). Deeply rooted in spiritual beliefs, this 3-day celebration commemorates the dearly departed and the continuity of life. It’s also the
time of the year when monarch butterflies come back from the north and are believed to bear the spirits of the deceased. Families set up altars, decorate them with flowers and sugar skulls, and burn incense.

China and Japan. Unlike the usual Halloween celebrations, China’s Teng Chieh honors lost loved ones in a religious manner: they place food and water in front of family members’ photos and set bonfires alight to symbolize lighting the paths for spirits wandering the earth on the eve of the festival. Similarly, Japan’s Obon Festival dedicates festivities to the spirits of their ancestors by hanging bright red lanterns everywhere.

Let’s talk food.

One of the good things about Halloween is, whatever approach you pick — creepy or cute or a little bit of both — you will never run out of creative ideas to enchant neighbors or passers-by. And you know what’s even better? The same goes for Halloween party food ideas and drinks.

When hosting Halloween parties, you’re going to want anything but boring. You want the best Halloween party food ideas. Why whip up a normal cake when you can serve Frankenstein Pudding, Spooky Fun Fruit Tray, Eyeball Cake Balls, or Dexter Blood Splatter Cupcakes? And why settle for biscuits when you can kick things up a notch with Band-aid Cookies, Dracula’s Dentures, Carrot Finger Dip, and Mummy Dogs? Because, really, this is that one time of the year to make or eat any of these with passion and not be called a freak!

Now while Halloween focuses on kids, there are always adults around — and all that trick-or-treating sure can make one hungry! And so instead of diving right into sugar-loaded snacks, grab some popcorn, like Charlie’s Truffled Popcorn– they contain 3.5 grams of fiber — and munch on it while watching your favourite scary movies. Or if you’re craving more spirited snacks, prepare grilled cheese sandwiches and cut them into Jack-O’-Lanterns. Pretty cool, huh? The key is to balance out the sweets!

With only a few more days until Halloween, it’s time to get busy noting down the most exciting festivities in town and planning your very own party menu. Hop over to this page for some quick and easy-to-follow recipes or grab some of my truffled goods to get started — and watch the video below to learn more about how truffles can improve your halloween treats!

Here are 24 Halloween finger foods and appetizers to make your Halloween 2020 even spookier!

Poison Candy Apples

Photo by Simply Delicious Food

These sinister candy apples are a Halloween icon that everyone needs to get on board with ASAP. One look at their glistening black gloss will be enough to intrigue anyone you celebrate Halloween with this year. This recipe from Simply Delicious Food is easy to follow and amusing to prepare as well. Don't be scared to get a little sticky!

Seven Layer Spider Web Dip

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This dip recipe from Chelsea’s Messy Apron is a Halloween party favorite that requires minimal effort to make. With olive spiders and a sourcream spider web, this seven-layer dip is guaranteed to look great among your other spooky Halloween food and drinks.

Witch Hat Calzones

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Who doesn’t love a festive calzone? These witch hat-shaped calzones are fun to make and easy to serve as Halloween finger food appetizers. You can get creative and make some other Halloween-themed shapes with this recipe too, like ghosts or monster faces.

Jalapeno Mummy Poppers

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If you’re looking for cute food ideas for your Halloween party, look no further. Spice up your Halloween dining experience with these adorable jalape ñ o mummy poppers. The Hopeless House Wife’s recipe calls for candy eyeballs, but you could also replace them with dollops of sour cream or even bits of cheese. This will help to cut the spice and save you the trouble of outsourcing for eyeballs.

Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake Dip

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Salivating at the thought of this rich Halloween treat? Same. A Night Owl Blog’s pumpkin pie cheesecake dip recipe is truly next-level. Choose your favorite cookie to dip into this creamy pumpkin dream, or slice up some apples instead to balance out the buttery goodness.

Witch Fingers

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These cheesy, savoury, breaded cheese sticks are just as delicious as they are creepy. The secret to their spook-factor is to use almonds as fingernails! All you have to do is dip the almonds in black food coloring for a menacing black nail. Just bake until golden and voila! You’ve got yourself a bundle of scrumptious severed fingers.

Cheesy Breadstick Bones with Bloody Marinara Sauce

Photo by Just A Taste

Just a Taste’s cheesy breadstick bones are a super easy spooky Halloween appetizer to make this year. With only a few ingredients, this straightforward recipe can be used to make more than bone-shaped breadsticks. You can try whatever Halloween-themed shape comes to mind, like broomsticks or ghosts too.

Silly Monster Apple Bites

Photo by Fork and Beans

These silly monster apple bites are terribly cute treats to make for Halloween. Healthy snacks on Halloween may be far and few, so making a nutritious dish that isn’t candied or smothered in chocolate might help balance things out a bit. Check out this awesome and hilarious recipe from Fork and Beans for help on how to construct them!

Black Velvet Ghost Cupcakes

Photo by Olive Magazine

If you love Halloween and everything that comes along with it, these ghoulish, adorable cupcakes are just for you. They are sure to be an impressive treat to serve at your Halloween party!

Graveyard Parfaits

Photo by Neighbor Food Blog

When it comes to single-serving desserts this Halloween, these delightfully spooky parfaits are perfect. Neighbor Food Blog’s recipe has a few steps to follow, so if you intend to make a big batch, you may want to plan their creation as a fun Halloween group activity!

Ouija Board Cake

Photo by Lorraine Elliott/

If you’re up for the challenge, put your baking skills to this test with this impressive ouija board cake recipe! Creative and eerie, there is no doubt this devilish cake will awe your guests as a ghastly centerpiece.

Spooky Ghost Cookies

Photo by Parker Feierbach/Delish

These cute sugar cookies are a delightful Halloween treat to try this year. I mean, who wouldn't bake this on Halloween? This recipe from Delish suggests using cold cookie dough for a flawless turnout.

Skeleton Veggie Tray

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All you need for this dish is a selection of your favorite veggies and a touch of creativity. Follow along with this recipe from Cooking with Janica, or use it as inspiration to concoct your own spooky platter!

Halloween Gingerbread Skeletons

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As a spooky spin on your typical gingerbread-person cookies, these gingerbread skeletons from Olive Magazine serve as great Halloween baking inspiration. All you need to do is make regular gingerbread shaped people, and use icing to turn them into sinister skeleton treats!

Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

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Afraid of spiders? Despite their creepy title, these peanut butter spider cookies from All Recipes are far from being creepy. Adorably Halloween-themed, try your hand at these decorative and delicious treats!

Eerie Eyeball Pops

Photo by BBC Good Food

These menacing cake pops are the perfect Halloween treat. Unnerving yet tasty, check out BBC Good Food for the full recipe.

Jack O’ Lantern Chips and Dip

Photo by Tasty

Everyone’s seen the hilarious carved pumpkin literally puking its guts out, right? Well, Tasty’s chips and dip recipe takes it to a whole new level. This unsettling display of spewed guacamole may not seem particularly appetizing, but it is certainly an excellent Halloween dish.

Halloween Bat Truffles

Photo by Naomi Robinson/Delish

How cute are these mini bat chocolate truffles? If you’re trying to astonish your guests with your culinary creativity, this treat from Delish will certainly do the trick.

Monster Mash Cookies

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If you enjoy the art of decorating cookies, these monstrous Halloween cookies are a great choice for you. Feel free to be as funky as you’d like with your monster face decor - the more absurd they look, the better they are!

Eyeball Panna Cotta

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This bloody eyeball dessert is great for anyone seeking out a vegan Halloween treat. With kiwi and dairy-free chocolate covered coffee beans, you really can’t go wrong with this panna cotta recipe.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffle Mummies

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Delicious, creepy, and best of all, no-bake. Le Creme de la Crumb’s pumpkin cheesecake truffle mummies are cute Halloween treats that are just as enjoyable to make as they are to eat. You can use red food coloring for the eyes, or stick on some candy eyeballs for a sillier aesthetic.

Golden Snitch Cake Pops

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All of the Harry Potter fans are going to want to try these golden snitch cake pops! This recipe shows you how to turn simple cake pops into a bouquet of sparkling golden snitch balls. It will take some time to craft the wings out of fondant - but it’s worth it!

Jack Skellington Sugar Cookies

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Tim Burton and Halloween go together like sugar and cookies. If you’re a fan of A Nightmare Before Christmas, you’ll want to make these spooky sugar cookies this year. If you have a steady hand and a knack for decorating with icing, this recipe from Sugar Spice and Glitter is just for you!

Lychee Eyeballs

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Lychee eyeballs? They are as creepy, slimy, and tasty as they sound. As far as spooky Halloween appetizers go, these are by far the most uncanny. But also the healthiest! If you’re on the hunt for a real gross-out dish that is also delicious, look no further. Check out All Recipes on how to make them!

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How to make Caramel for Popcorn

  • Use brown sugar to get a great caramel. When boiling it will get an even darker color.
  • I used some deep red food coloring to give the eyeballs a bloodshot look. These popcorn balls would be good for any occasion, you can just change the color you use.
  • Use gummy eyeballs and sugar eyeballs to make them creepy.
  • The sugar caramel is really hot so you&rsquoll want to let them cool a little bit before trying to form them
  • Be sure and let them sit for at least 30 minutes. The sugar will get the most wonderful texture and then the popcorn ball will stay together when you eat it.
  • Don&rsquot like popcorn balls&hellip this recipe is great for just plain caramel popcorn. You can sprinkle on festive sprinkles or just put it in a container and add Halloween treats like I did with the marshmallow sugar skulls!

I&rsquom was thrilled to use products in this post specifically from the following sponsor&rsquos Dixie Crystals, Adam&rsquos Extract, Wilton, and Treat Street USA.

  • Dixie Crystals &ndash Brown Sugar
  • Adams Extract Vanilla (I also made a batch with the cherry extract and OMG!! They were fantastic! )
  • Wilton &ndash Halloween eyes and sprinkles
  • Treat Street USA &ndash gummy eyeballs and Skull Marshmallows

60+ Festive & Spooky Halloween Desserts

Some of these Halloween treats are perfect for fall without being Halloween related. So put up your decorations , decide on costumes for the kids , and choose one or two of these easy Halloween dessert recipes with pictures to help you make them for your family!

Halloween Drinks

You'll also fund a couple of drink recipes on this list to enjoy on Halloween night or anytime you're feeling festive. Create a celebration for your family!

If you are planning to serve adult beverages, be sure to have Halloween food to go along with it. These savory Halloween appetizers are perfect to munch on before bringing out dessert.

Halloween Crafts

If you're looking for some fun activities to do with the kids, check out these Halloween crafts . For the older kids or adults, these freaky Halloween crafts would be fun because they are a bit more of a challenge.

Halloween Treats

Planning to make Halloween cookies? Check out this awesome Cookie Cutter Set. These Candy Corn Baking Cups will make your cupcakes festive!

Healthier Halloween Desserts

There are a few healthier desserts on this long list. For those who are trying not to eat the higher sugar, higher-calorie party foods, I have a list of fun Weight Watchers Halloween recipes .

See, I didn't forget you! I'm trying to lose a little weight, too!

Spooky Eyeball Meatball Casserole

Yields: 4 servings


  • 1 box penne pasta
  • 1 jar approx. 25 ounce size of your favorite bottled marinara sauce
  • 15 meatballs, I used Trader Joe&rsquos frozen turkey meatballs
  • 1/4 cup grated cheddar cheese
  • sprinkle garlic powder
  • 1/8 cup parmesan cheese
  • fresh mozzarella balls, cut in half
  • small black olives, cut into slices
  • cut up peppers, about 1/2 cup, any colors
  • ketchup for drizzling


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees, have a casserole or baking dish sprayed with cooking spray and set aside.
  2. Cook pasta to al dente. Try not to over cook and make too soft. Drain and pour into casserole dish.
  3. Pour sauce over pasta and gently mix in.
  4. Microwave the meatballs just until they are not frozen solid and cut up 6 of them into quarters and mix into pasta.
  5. Toss in the parmesan and grated cheddar along with the garlic powder. Mix gently. Now, mix in the cut up peppers.
  6. Bake for about 30 minutes until hot. You will probably see some bubbling. Take out, let sit on the counter for a few minutes.
  7. Place the cheese halves on top of each meatball then the olive. Now you can drizzle the ketchup around the cheese balls.

Enjoy the spooky deliciousness!

Coco-Choco Halloween Truffles!: Spiders, Mini Bats and Monster Eyeballs

Halloween was a BIG deal at my house growing up. My mom would throw the most famous Halloween parties in our building, and all the kids from my class and the neighbours would attend. We would cover the house in cobwebs, have spooky treats, and my mom would sneak off at just the right moment, change into a very scary witch (to the point of being unrecognizable), and would then read the kids' fortunes. All of which were eerily accurate since she had called all their parents a week before, to ask about what was going on in their lives.

Needless to say, I love Halloween! The best part being the candy overdose of course, and the costumes.

Today, as a special treat and specially made for our friends at Vegan Outreach, we're making scary but cute Halloween truffles. I call them coco-choco spiders, mini bats and monster eyeballs, and they're the kind of decorated treat that anyone can do, no need to be a master pastry chef yielding a pastry bag or weird looking spatulas.

Did I mention that these are like little clouds of chocolatey, coconutty heaven? Yeah.

Trouble Shooting

Aka, the mistakes I made so you don&rsquot have to.

I had to make 2 batches of Halloween Truffles in September.. The first batch was great, perfectly spooky. Then I made the mistake of pulling them out of the fridge and taking them to my &lsquostudio&rsquo to photograph. They immediately started sweating to the point that the pupils were bleeding.

Chances are you&rsquoll be serving these in October when it&rsquos not 89 degrees outside but if you put them in the fridge be careful pulling them out into the heat.

The other issue I had was with the red candy melts. Being the genius I am I tried to mix the coconut oil and cangy melts in the piping bag. You can&rsquot. Don&rsquot even try. Mix them up in a small bowl and then pour it into the piping bag.

My last tip is to do the blood drip and then immediately add the eyeball. If you don&rsquot the red starts to sit and you&rsquoll get a sort of crunchy looking border around the eyeball.

If you&rsquore looking for slightly less gory version of this treat check out this recipe for Blood Shot Eyeball Truffles from Mom Loves Baking. All the eyeball, none of the drippy blood 😉

Check out this list of 50 Halloween Recipes that I am sure you will have fun making!

Pumpkin Pretzels Halloween Recipe

It’s a great idea that draws through its simplicity, colorfulness, and its salty-sweet mix. For this recipe, all you need is mini pretzels, white chocolate chips, some coconut oil, orange food coloring, and for the tail, some green candies. Amaze your little guests with some delicious festive mini pumpkins.

Mummy hot dogs

The curse of the mummy will eat you… actually it’s the other way around. But, indeed, there is a curse that says that once you’ve started this recipe, no mummy hot dog will escape from your child’s hands. Even better, why not grasp this great opportunity to stimulate the imagination of your toddler and ask him for help? He will be delighted. Check the recipe here and follow the steps for an amazingly easy and delicious idea.

Halloween Spaghetti Recipe

Look at those eyes, at those tentacles, at that gooey composition and how… freakishly delicious is having this on your Halloween table. It’s like your standard spaghetti recipe with a drop of spooky creativity. Use food paste colorant of any color that inspires your “evil” side, embody the tentacle monster with some spaghetti sauce and add some olives. Enjoy!

Halloween Jalapeno Mummies

Here comes another wave of mummies, this one made of jalapeno peppers, cream cheese and wrapped in crescent rolls. It’s an amazingly easy recipe that will surprise your family members by enhancing their taste buds with a unique flavor. Surely, they will ask for more!

Candy Corn Rice

Treat your dear ones with a special culinary delight and you’ll be greeted with one of their brightest smiles. It’s a lot to get for such little effort. Why not try this idea and indulge yourself in the appreciation of your loved ones? All you need is some rice Krispies cereal, marshmallows, butter, some coloring, and voila… you’ve made your family smile.

Witch Hat Cupcakes

On Halloween, the dark spirits are summoned, the misty cauldron spreads its fragrance everywhere and the blurry potions mix in a peculiar composition. But the effect disappears if the witch loses her hat. That’s why, in order to not spoil the magic, let’s bring the witch’s symbol in our kitchen. The recipe is simple, fun, inspires magic and it has cupcakes… Who doesn’t love cupcakes?

Vampire Donuts with Fangs

It wouldn’t be a successful Halloween party if we didn’t have some mini vampires in the décor, right? And what would honor such a presence if not through some spooky vampire donuts? Just indulge yourself and your guests with this easy and funny recipe, made from donuts, some candy eyes, decorating gel and vampire teeth. Check the step by step preparation guide on our recent Halloween recipe. Yummy!

Worms in dirt

Halloween is the holiday to eat… worms, gummy worms, that is. I’ve found this recipe on The Simple Parent blog and all you need is chocolate pudding, milk, cool whip, oreos and some delicious worms. It will be a pleasure for your little guests to indulge themselves in this culinary delight.

Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Let’s electrify this Halloween party by having some green Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops. The effect will be tremendous and the children will appreciate this delicious and colorful treat. And what’s not to like about? After all, Frankenstein is one the main characters of a Halloween party.

Pumpkin Patties

Halloween is all about craving pumpkin, winning pumpkin contests, making pumpkin recipes, so pumpkin is the “birthday boy”. Then why not celebrate it by making some delicious pumpkin-shaped patties? This blog shows you how you can make your own sweet mini patties and will let you crave for more.

Pudding Ghosts

Whoo!Whoo! Who wants some ghosts in the graveyard for their Halloween gathering? Well, use some Chocolate pudding, oreos, ghost peeps and some pumpkin candies and voila… you’ve now made some pudding ghosts for your trick-and-trickers. Check the steps for the recipe on the Party Pinching blog.

Pretzowls Chocolate

What can go wrong with a mix of salty-sweet flavors? Well, it could be so good that you will not get enough of it. So, meet this cute owl appetizer that will go great with the taste buds of your little trick-or-treaters. For this recipe, you’ll need pretzels and lots of chocolate. Definitely, the ideal combination for any Halloween lover.

Graveyard Taco Halloween Recipe

Try this deliciously spooky recipe, ideal for your Halloween guests. Check here the idea and you’ll see what great impact has a little effort on your children’ mood. Such recipe will improve the spirit of any Halloween party.

Harvest Halloween Trail Mix

To prepare a unique Halloween party takes a lot of effort, passion and organization, so you might not have the time to squeeze in some special food treat for your trick-or-treaters. How about trying this idea and create your little Harvest Halloween Trail Mix. It doesn’t take long, you just need to mix some pretzels, some candy corn, some M&M’s and maybe some nuts. After all, this holiday is all about imagination and creativity. So, let your mind wander till the mix inspires you the feeling of Halloween.

Jalapeno Chilli Pepper Screamers

Let’s open the fun Halloween bar with a recipe of Jalapeno Chilli Pepper Screamers. It’s easy, fun, and will amaze your guests with a culinary and Halloween-ish aesthetic. So, get ready to draw all the attention and receive all the compliments for delighting everyone’s taste buds.

Candy Corn Punch

Mix some pineapple tidbits, some orange juice, whipped cream, candy corn and you’ve gotten yourself a fresh beverage, ideal for a Halloween bar. The recipe is so simple, that you can even create a game among children and let them make the drink by themselves. Follow the steps from the Nellie Bellie blog and amaze your guests with a delightful and fresh recipe.

Candy Corn Cheesecake

This festive mouth-watering recipe is like a symbol dessert for the Fall Season. It also brings a nostalgic nuance and it’s perfect for a family gathering. So, on the next reunion, try this candy corn cheesecake and indulge the taste buds of your dear ones.

Jack O’ Lantern Olive Cheese Dip

Let the light of your Jack O’ lantern guide your steps to a successful Halloween party by using this amazing recipe. It’s easy to make, the entire process takes just a few minutes and your children will appreciate you brighten their day with this cute and interesting idea. Surely, they will lick their lips at the sight of this recipe.

Pumpkin Luff dip

On Halloween, the Pumpkin recipes never stop coming and they shouldn’t. It’s like there’s a mystical force that enhances you to use your creativity and expressivity. Therefore, here you have another magical and delicious pumpkin idea, which will be appreciated by all your family members.

Bat Oreo Truffles

One Sweet Appetite blog depicts one interesting idea on how to create a special recipe made from chocolate, truffles and… bats. It’s interesting, fun and will bring a more animated vibe on your Halloween menu. Your children will definitely love these delicious mini winged creatures of the night.

Chocolate Caramel Filled Pumpkins

Give your Halloween menu a more vibrant touch by adding this brilliant pumpkin recipe, which will be appreciated by all your family, especially the children. After all, we’re talking about chocolate and caramel. It’s also a great treat for your little guests coming trick-or-treating and, guaranteed, it’s a sweet snack they will never forget.

Earwax on a swab

Earwax on a swab sounds disgustingly …yummy if we consider that it’s made of mini marshmallows and melted on butterscotch chips. This Halloween idea impresses through its simplicity and will definitely add a savory nuance to your Halloween menu. It takes just a few minutes and will definitely be appreciated, if not by the look, then by taste.

Slime Filled Coconut Lime Halloween Cupcakes

Let’s bake a spooky recipe. Sure, the green composition may seem gross, but it’s Halloween, after all. So, we strive to make something disgusting on the outside, but delightful on the inside. That’s why we’re proposing this new idea, which will clearly be a wonderful surprise for your dear ones. Think about adding it to your Halloween menu party and the effect will be tremendous.

Forbidden Rice

So, you’ve thought about a family reunion and you don’t know what to cook? Well, why not try the Forbidden Rice idea? The family members will be delighted by the astonishing combination of colors and by its exotic vibe. At the end of the meal, they might get in line to ask for the recipe.

Halloween Meatloaf Zombie Recipe

What is a Halloween party if there are no zombies? Especially, since its origin, the legend says that Halloween marks the awakening of the dead. Well, it didn’t particularly refer to this, but nevertheless, it would be a waste to pass over such a great recipe. It’s a great food idea adding it to your Halloween menu.

Bloody Candy Apples Halloween

What else could remind you more of the famous Apple Bobbing contest than a recipe of bloody candy apples? That’s why it’s a great idea to add it to your menu party. It will definitely fulfill the overall image of a successful Halloween party and it’s easy to make, so it won’t take too much of your time. What do you think?

Mummy Hot Dogs

Here’s another great hot dog mummy idea, ideal for a festive breakfast together with your family. As for the recipe, what you see is what you get. You’ll need some crescent dough, American Cheese slices, hot dogs, candy eyes, cooking spray and your mummy shall rise. What a spooky way to start your day.

Halloween Dinner Ideas

Halloween is a great opportunity to unleash your creativity and surround yourself with spooky décor items, supernatural evil characters, children knocking on your door trick-or-treating and all kind of thematic foods that would fulfill the overall Halloweenish image. That’s why we’ve come to propose some amazing dinner ideas that will help you go through a successful and spooky Halloween gathering.

Halloween pancakes

What better way to start your morning on a cool day of October if not with some Halloween pancakes? It’s a great and easy idea which will make you and your family crave for more. The result will be some fluffy pumpkin-colored pancakes, covered in black cinnamon syrup, deliciously spooky. What a way to celebrate Halloween!

Ghost Pizza

If you’re out of ideas on what other culinary delights to prepare for your Halloween little guests, here you have a simple recipe of Ghost Pizza, which will instantly cast a spell upon their taste buds and amaze their eyes with the spooky décor of a scary ghost. Here’s an article that will help you start your ghost project.

Eyeball Taco Salad

It’s all about those delicious eyes that will hypnotize and urge you in creating this recipe. The taste of an eyeball taco salad will most clearly drive your taste buds into a magical culinary space and your dear ones will appreciate your creativity and the effort you’ve put into this Halloween project.

Spooky Spaghetti with eyeBalls

Here’s another spooky staring Halloween recipe that will make you lick your lips while looking at it. It’s a perfect food project if you’re hosting a family gathering and the guests will clearly be delighted by your inventive drive. So, stir up those taste buds and bring smiles upon your dear ones. They will clearly enjoy this spaghetti recipe for Halloween.

Yummy Mummy Taco Braid

Here comes another wave of the mummy’s curse that will indulge your taste and make your children salivate and drool over. The recipe is simple, fun and will receive your guests’ compliments . Your mummy taco braid will most likely be the star of any Halloween family gathering.

Spaghetti Dogs

Have you been thinking about making a fun Halloween meal for your children? This recipe is simple, cheap, takes only a few ingredients and the effect will be tremendous on your children’s taste buds. So, bring joy and smiles by mixing spaghetti noodles and hot dogs. That’s a spooky way to enchant your little ones.

Jack-o’-lantern Quesadillas

Let the light of this Jack-o’-lantern Quesadillas recipe guide you through a fun Halloween night. It takes only a few minutes to cook, it’s funny and it will clearly surprise your little trick-or-treaters with the spooky smile of this Halloween legend. So, be prepared, because they will certainly ask for more.

Witch’s broomstick

Apparently, the witch has lost her broom, but Halloween is not compromised as this recipe will overly compensate the loss with its taste and simplicity. Indeed, the witch’s broomsticks are easy to make, because all you need is your favorite yeast dough and the taste buds of your dear ones will be stimulated by this sample of creativity.

Halloween S’mores

Indulge your children’s taste buds with this easy to make Halloween S’mores recipe found on the Hello Yummy blog. What could bring more joy, in a cool day of October, than the flavor of some spooky and gooey marshmallow? Undoubtedly, it will be the favorite snack of the little trick-or-treaters.

Mini Halloween Quesadillas

Who is up for some cutely mini quesadillas? Well, most certainly, your children will be. The recipe is so simple, that the only ingredients you’ll need are tortillas, cheese and some googly candy eyes, which will bring to life this spooky staring character. Enjoy your Halloween snack!

Frankenstein Cupcakes Halloween Treat

Frankenstein is one of the main characters of a Halloween party and what other way to honor his presence than by creating this spooking and greenish recipe? The children will be amazed by the inventiveness and sweet taste of this culinary piece of art. Check out this simple way of making your children happier.

Halloween Trail Mix

As I said, Halloween is about imagination, dedication and bringing smiles upon those little trick-or-treaters’ faces. So, one of the best ways to do so is by offering them a cup of their most favorite mix. This article of the Intentional Edit blog describes one great way to please the taste buds of your little guests.

Spooky popcorn treats

Treat your family movie time with some spooky popcorn treats, that will definitely match your dear ones’ taste. For this recipe, you’ll need popcorn, some candy melt, cake mix, sprinkles and obviously, the indispensable candy eyeballs. It’s a fun and yummy way to spend your Halloween time.

Easy mummy cupcakes recipe

This recipe is a perfect snack for your little trick-or-treater, who will be amazed by its fluffy texture and cutely spooky look. What do you need to start this Halloween idea? Well, mostly cupcakes, marshmallows, candy melts, and lots and lots of passion. The little witches and vampires will practically devour your tray of mummy cupcakes.

Beary Mummies

Here’s a fun, simple and mouth-watering recipe, with no oven involved. It’s a perfect snack for school or Halloween parties and the children will be amazed by the cutie little mummies. This great idea, found on the Bake me some sugar blog, will definitely blow the minds of your little trick-and-treaters.

Halloween Muddy Buddies

If you’ve gotten tired of spooky snacks, here’s an idea for a lighter approach. Your children will clearly enjoy the sweetness and the colorfulness of the muddy buddies and their taste buds will be explored with delightful flavors.

Purple and black mickey Halloween cookies

Let’s lighten the Halloween spooky air with some cute little mickey figures. The recipe is simple, funny and it’ll be the main attraction of any party.

Easy Halloween spider cookies

Do you want to decorate your house as spooky as possible? Add some little spiders to the snack menu. Be assured that the little trick-or-treaters will appreciate the goofy look and the unique combination of salty-sweet flavors. Your tray of spiders will be the center of attraction for all your guests.

Pretty Candy Corn Halloween Fudge Recipe

Halloween is all about creativity, colorfulness and sweetness. So, let’s add a Candy Corn Halloween Fudge to your menu snack. The sole sight will send sparks of warmth to your little trick-or-treaters’ taste buds, who in turn, will show their appreciation through their brightest smiles. So, it would be a waste to pass over such a great recipe.

Ghost Cookies

There is no such thing as enough ghosts when we’re talking about a spooky Halloween household. That’s why, we propose this recipe, which only needs some Nutter Butters, Almond bark, black decorator gel and some mini chocolate chips. Your little guests will be so thrilled by the sweetness, that they will surely ask for more.

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