Halloween is one holiday both kids and adults can agree is totally awesome. A day that celebrates thrills, chills and candy, no Halloween celebration is complete without some creepy delicacies. To give your Halloween gathering a new spin, these 13 utterly delightful Halloween recipes will surely leave you satisfied.
Fruit/Apple Teeth Treats
These fruity Apple Teeth should be among anyone’s favorite Halloween recipes. Quick to put together, these bite-size fangs make wonderful – and healthy! – appetizers or snacks.
Spooky Witches Fingers
Another excellent snack or appetizer, this Halloween recipe is creepy and delicious. An easy recipe for kids to help with too, these spooky biscuit sticks are the perfect complement to any Halloween-themed event.
Skeleton Brain Dip
The perfect Halloween snack or starter if little ones want to help you get ready, this simple vegetable dip is a healthy companion to balance out your more sugary creepy meals. This fun take on vegetables and dip is a simple way to add more to any Halloween occasion.
Mummy Spinach Dip
Another great recipe, but one that takes a bit more time to prepare, is this bread mummy spinach dip. A deliciously spooky twist on a classic appetizer, this bread bowl spinach dip is particularly great for large Halloween gatherings.
Mummy Hot Dogs
Whether you’re making a light meal or just want a quick and easy Halloween lunch, this Halloween chili and mummy wrapped hotdogs are the perfect snack. Another simple recipe so the children can have fun too, if you make it in tandem with the next recipe on the list, the two recipes complement each other and are easy to make.
Mummy Face Pizza
These single-serve pizzas made to look like mummies are another excellent option if you’re looking for a substantial snack or light meal. Because each person gets their own, it’s also a recipe where kids can contribute and have fun.
Pumpkin Waffles with Apple Cider Syrup
If you’d like a sweeter option for your spooky night or simply want to go all the way all day, these pumpkin waffles with apple cider syrup will start any Halloween with a bang. The rich taste of pumpkin goes surprisingly well in this classic breakfast food, and the homemade syrup is the perfect complement.
Bats and Bones Pizza
This sweet dessert pizza is a delightful option for your sweeter Halloween foods. Another good one for kids to help decorate, this pizza is rich and delicious.
Bloody Broken Glass Cupcakes
For those looking for a more decorative option, these bloody broken glass cupcakes are an inspiring recipe. The sugar glass looks impeccable atop the convincing icing blood. This recipe requires a little bit more skill, but is worth the effort.
Mummy Cookie Balls
Another excellent seasonal dessert are these mummy cookie balls. The batter is much like cookie dough, so it is quick to make, plus kids can decorate their own.
Gooey Brain Cupcakes
If you’re looking for a good dessert for large groups or school functions, this delightful Halloween twist on cupcakes is perfect for sharing. The icing is not only delicious, but makes an effective brain – sure to thrill kids and adults alike
Okay, this one’s not for the kids! This delicious and creepy recipe is an excellent twist on the traditional witches’ brew. This recipe is a must for any Halloween gathering.
The last Halloween dessert to make our list, FrankenMallows are quick and easy to make yet incredibly impressive looking. Another excellent recipe for kids to decorate their own, these quick treats make a big splash at any Halloween occasion.