28 Easy Halloween Party Treats
Halloween is right around the corner… it always sneaks up on me so quickly! It’s time to start thinking about the fun parties you’ll be hosting or going to… it’s always fun to bring something Halloweenie! 😀 Here is a huge list of Halloween Party food ideas. We’ve got Halloween treats, some healthy Halloween food options, and some great Halloween dinner ideas too! Some of them are even scary Halloween dinner ideas! Boo!
Let’s start with some fun Halloween Finger foods first!
Shape bread sticks into bone shapes for an appetizer or side dish. These Bone Breadsicks will be the hit of the party!
Have you tried Cake Mix Pumpkin Cookies? They are scrumptious and take only 2 ingredients to make!
Looking for a party treat that’s has a little less sugar? Wrap pre-made dough around meat balls or hot dogs for these meatball or hot dog mummies.
Anything made with Nutella is always a hit, and these mummies are no exception! Share this Nutella Halloween recipe with all your favorite ghouls and ghosts.
Pumpkin cuties are fun, easy, and healthy. They are the perfect Thanksgiving or Halloween treat!
Add some healthy options to your Halloween get-together with this Vegetable Skeleton. You can even personalize it with your family’s favorite vegetables and dip.
Do your little ones like to help you in the kitchen? Making these Oreo Spiders and Pretzel Webs are a great kids Halloween activity. Their little fingers are perfect for the job!
These candy Witches Hats and Broom Sticks can be put together in just a few minutes. They’re a great Halloween treat to make when you’re short on time.
This Alien Head Pretzel Recipe is super easy and you can quickly whip up large batches for eerie classroom treats.
It wouldn’t be a Halloween party without caramel apples. Try this new twist, by cutting them up and adding your favorite candies to make Caramel Apple Nachos!
You don’t have to give up on a healthy lifestyle because of the holidays. Try this healthy Halloween treat that has only 105 calories per serving!
Homemade hot chocolate is the best, and it’s fun to add different flavors to the mix! Try this pumpkin hot chocolate recipe for your next Halloween party.
All kids want to do on Halloween is eat candy. Use this Tarantula Tacos Recipe and get some healthier food in them before they get started on their all-sugar diet.
Candy corn…you either love it, or hate it. But everyone will love these Candy Corn shaped cookies made from sugar cookie dough!
This Halloween Muddy Buddy Recipe puts a festive spin on a classic favorite. Make sure to make a big batch, because it’s sure to be a hit!
These treats that look like Monster Smiles are made with apples and peanut butter. They can add a little bit of healthy to your Halloween gathering.
If you’ve been looking for some easy and healthy Halloween treats, your search is over. These banana ghosts couldn’t be easier to make, and are a fun addition to Halloween snack tables.
This Homemade Pumpkin Dinner Roll Recipe is sure to be a hit. They are incredibly tender and delicious!
I’m a huge fan of a sweet and salty combination. These pumpkins made with chocolate covered pretzels and sweetened peanut butter are a fan favorite!
Remember how your favorite Room Mom would always bring the clever Sucker Ghosts to your class on Halloween? It’s your turn to bring the party with this super easy treat!
Great Halloween Dinner Recipe Ideas:
This Zombie Meatloaf is disgustingly delicious. Just close your eyes and eat up! This one may not be for the faint of heart!
This Vampire Soup Recipe is a way to add a little festivity to your Halloween dinner. The homemade cheese cracker, floating in a bowl of warm tomato soup, is the perfect fuel for your little vampires.
Is it a Jack-O-Lantern, or a burger? It’s both! Whip up these burgers and carve a face in your favorite sliced cheese, and you have an easy Halloween themed dinner.
I have never met a kid who doesn’t love hot dogs. Check out this Hot Dog worms recipe and serve the creepy little things in your favorite chili, or just dipped in ketchup and mustard.
I’ve always hated the idea of throwing away all that pumpkin after Halloween. Then I found this great Pumpkin Soup recipe. Now I can create a yummy dinner from our Halloween leftovers!
Our list has included hot dog mummies, meatball mummies, and meatloaf mummies. Let’s not forget the Pizza Mummies Recipe! These yummy treats are made with English muffins, pizza sauce, cheese, and olives.
Here’s another Halloween Pizza idea. This one is fast to make for crowds, and could become your family’s new favorite!
We’re rounding out our list with the most creepy-looking Halloween recipe of all. These mice made out of meatloaf will have your guests taking a double-take! So gross, right?!