Spooky Halloween Recipes

Halloween is almost here, which means themed parties are in season. Nothing completes a Halloween party like delicious and spooky recipes! Whether you’re looking for something sweet, savory, or boozy, we have you covered. Pick up your ingredients from your local Whole Foods, Kroger, or Tom Thumb, and get ready to dive into these Halloween recipes!

  1. Green Apple Monsters

Spooky Halloween RecipesThese goofy green apple monster mouths are full of fun and sure to be a hit with both children and adults. This super easy recipe comes together in under 20 minutes using green apples, peanut buttle, sliced cheese, pumpkin or sunflower seeds, and candy eyes. This healthy Halloween treat is perfect for parties, lunch boxes, or an at-home snack.

  1. Halloween Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Monsters, pumpkins, and ghosts share this stage on this Halloween dessert platter! These sweet Halloween treats are easy to make ahead and store well in the refrigerator for up to a few hours. Just dip your strawberries in melted chocolate, and decorate with sanding sugar, candy eyeballs, chocolate chips, and more. Bring this recipe to your Halloween potluck for an easy and delicious dessert!

  1. Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball is the perfect savory treat for your Halloween parties. Ground-up cheese puffs give this dish a pumpkin-orange color, and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper to create a realistic pumpkin look. Serve this appetizer with crackers and chopped veggies for a fun and easy fall treat. This easy recipe is sure to be a hit at your Halloween parties!

  1. Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

Who doesn’t want their mac-n-cheese served in a Jack-O-Lantern? This fun and festive recipe takes homemade mac-n-cheese and stuffs it into a carved orange bell pepper for a Halloween twist on your macaroni. This party dish is easy to serve and popular among both children and adults.

  1. Berry Eyeball PunchSpooky Halloween Recipes

This boozy eyeball punch is for adults only – a berry punch garnishes with spooky eyeballs and spiked with gin or rum. The eyeball is made from lychee and blueberries and the punch is filled with berry juices, lemon-lime soda, and your choice of booze. Serve up this recipe to the adults at your next Halloween party!

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