Every year on Halloween, we headed down to my sister’s neighborhood so the kids can Trick Or Treat together. Along with Trick or Treat-ing comes fun Halloween Food! I usually try and bring a fun, kid-friendly dessert while my sister handles the main course.

This year, I have been looking for some new Halloween Party food ideas and, naturally, turned to Pinterest!  There are so many fun things that I just can not make up my mind.

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Appetizers

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Halloween Mummy Pizzas – This Halloween Pizza Recipe for Personal  Mummy Pizzas is so quick and easy to make and the kids love it!

Spiderweb Deviled Eggs– If you really want to spook-ify your Halloween party table, Spiderweb Deviled Eggs will do the trick for your treats.

Yummy Mummy Spinach Dip – An easy spinach dip served in a Mummy shaped bread bowl.

Mummy DogsMummy dogs are such a fun twist on Pigs in a Blanket!

Monster Fingers and Eyeball Dip – A healthy Halloween treat!

Bug Salad – Add raisins to your salad for something a little buggy!

Halloween Pasta Salad with Mozzarella Eyeballs – A few mozzarella and olive eyeballs are an easy and fast way to spookify your pasta salad.

Sweet Potato Ghosts – A smooth mixture of sweet and boiling potatoes transforms into a cluster of adorable orange ghosts with the help of a pastry or resealable bag.

Main Dishes

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Halloween Spider Quesadillas – Quesadillas are a great way to get some veggies in those little bellies, and what kid could resist a cheesy quesadilla with a giant black olive spider standing guard on top?

Halloween Cheeseburgers – Combine your love of grilling and all things spooky with Halloween cheeseburgers!

Creepy Crawly Chili – Before you send your little ones out to collect candy, fuel them up for the hunt with a bowl of creepy bug or bat topped chili.

Scary Skillet Shepard’s Pie – Very quick and easy!

Eyeball Tacos – Assemble your taco toppings to look like eyeballs!

 

Beverages

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Candy Corn Punch – This easy Candy Corn Punch is fun and fizzy and the kids will love it!

Ghostly Orange Hot Chocolate – A creative way to serve hot chocolate for Halloween.

Goblin Mimosas – Add some black vodka and cherries on a stick for this ghoulish drink!

Fruit Drink Spritzer with Wiggle Worm Ice – Candy worms make the Halloween punch just a little scary, and fruit juice and carbonated beverages make it refreshingly chilling.

Desserts

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Witches’ Hats & Broomsticks –  In less than 10 minutes, you have a fun and easy Halloween treat for your Halloween party!

Franken Treats – These are so unbelievably easy to make and are a crowd favorite!

White Chocolate Popcorn Balls – These Autumn White Chocolate Popcorn Balls are delicious with just the right mix of salty and sweet and I don’t have to tell you how pretty they are.

Dracula Dentures – My biggest issue with Halloween food is that although it may look cool, rarely does it actually taste good. I knew when I saw these that not only were they unique but they were made from chocolate chip cookies and frosting, something I could totally sink my teeth into.

Pumpkin Spice Pudding Parfait – You only need a few ingredients and although they look pretty fancy served in wine glasses, they’re actually really simple to make.

Spooky Eyes Pretzel Bark – Fun bark made out of pretzel, chocolate, Oreos and M&Ms!

Edible Eyeballs – Super easy treat made with pretzels, chocolate melts, and M&Ms.

Halloween Frog Bog – A fun jello snack for Halloween.

 

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