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Crispy Monster Treats
A little green food coloring and some sweet and salty snacks transform your favorite cereal treats into a frighteningly festive Halloween dessert.
Let the kids help bring these spooky chocolate cupcakes to life by having them add the red “eyes” and pipe on the “rags.”
Ghosts on Broomsticks
Breadstick Bones with Tomato Sauce
Who could resist this adorably creepy twist on breadsticks? Let kids get in on the fun by letting them help roll out the dough and sprinkle with the Parmesan mixture.
Impress guests with this guacamole that’s shaped into Frankenstein’s monster’s face, complete with a black bean scowl.
Use store-bought brownies to make these treats in a flash.
Halloween Candy Carrot Cake
Carrot cake, chocolate cream cheese frosting, and candy all add up to one dynamite cake.
Serve these creepy fingers at your next Halloween party.
Jack-O-Lantern Stuffed Peppers
Mini Mummy Hot Dogs
Everyone’s favorite party appetizer has been transformed into a spooky treat. Wrap these ahead of time and refrigerate up to 2 hours. Pop them in the oven when you’re ready to serve!
Not for the faint of heart, this eerie twist on crudité is served with a super scary dip (don’t worry, it’s just beet juice!).
Balance out all that Halloween candy with this better-for-you snack featuring tart apples and nuts. Just be sure to remove the clove eyes before letting the kids chow down.
Pimiento Cheese Eyeballs
These creepy peepers will be a huge hit at your next Halloween party. Make them ahead and keep them in the fridge for up to a day before the big bash.
Black Cherry Punch with Eyeballs
This freaky punch features “eyeballs” made with lychee, a sweet, floral fruit you can find in the Asian products aisle.
Creepy Bagel Pizzas
Add some spookiness to your Halloween spread with these ghoulish appetizers. They’re so simple and tasty that everyone will want to sink their fangs into them.
Graveyard Taco Dip
Make your own spooky tombstone-shaped tortilla chips by baking up flour tortillas. Pair them with our Tex-Mex-style 4-layer dip and you’ve got a frighteningly festive addition to your buffet table.
For a fun party activity, let kids build their own mini skeletons out of the veggies. Who says you can’t play with your food?
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