Halloween Munchies for a Spooktacular Holiday
Get your grocery list together with this list of Halloween Munchies! Whether it’s a holiday potluck or you’re hosting a creepy costume party, this guide has got you covered with yummy treats and scary eats.
Sugar candy and gel food coloring make these supernatural sweets way more painless than they look.
Looking for a more adult beverage? Try out these festive Blood Orange-Bourbon Coolers! They only take about 5 minutes to make and are a surefire hit!
If you’re more into the magic of Halloween, you’ll love this easy-to-make beverage from the wizarding world. Pro Tip: Top with whipped cream for an even more tantalizing treat.
Cheesy cornmeal dough is used to create this finger food (sorry, had to). Shape the dough, tint with food coloring, and add an almond “fingernail” and poppyseeds for gruesome details. Pair these witchin’ breadsticks with soups or chili, or simply serve up on their own!
Perfect for the zombie in your life, this Halloween delicacy comprised of Mexican sausage and store-bought pastry dough takes gore to the next level. But don’t let it make your stomach turn, this savory dish is actually quite delish.
This one is more about the decor than the actual punch. While the drink is delightful, what will get people’s attention is the floating ice sculpture within. Simply fill a (cleaned) Halloween mask with water and freeze overnight for an easy to make but hard to forget masterpiece!
These swamp-thing looking creatures are great for a last minute addition. All you need are chow-mein noodles, melted chocolate and candy eyes to construct these wacky snacks.
We’re not entirely sure if this is safe to eat...but it will certainly make people uncomfortable! Frighten guests with this unnerving oyster display.
These chocolate and peanut butter delights are more cute than chilling, but they’re sure to satisfy with their sneaky ingredient.
If you’re cutting calories this Halloween (gasp!) you may want to try these four-ingredient desserts. Throw yourself a bone with these light, crispy confections!
This is by far one of the best ideas for Halloween munchies we’ve seen this season. Strategically arranged shrimp and roasted red peppers create a bloodcurdling brain visual that is guaranteed to disturb and delight every partygoer!
If you have some time to prep, we highly recommend trying out this terrifying tip. Baked apples and cloves create unnerving accents that will make guests lose their heads!
Give your basic 7-layer dip an eerie upgrade with a piping bag and some sour cream. This effortless Halloween fix can be achieved by filling a Ziploc bag with sour cream, or Greek yogurt for a healthy substitute, and then cutting out a small hole in the corner to create thin cobweb lines. Save the diced tomatoes for the top layer for a spooky background to the sour cream web!
For a vegan option, try out these horrific hors-d'oeuvres. Mushrooms, garlic, olives and scoops of tofu ricotta come together to create this mouth-watering app that will catch everyone’s eye.
This is more of a decor suggestion than a recipe. Set the monstrous mood by putting dips and tidbits in actual test tubes. Make it a complete mad scientist-themed set with the DHC Beaker Bong!
This alarming appetizer is sure to shock and awe every guest. And they’re so easy! Slice hot dogs in thin strips, lengthwise, then throw them on the grill. They curl as they cook, resulting in a creepy-crawly dish everyone will love.