Looking for some last-minute Halloween party food recipes that’ll give your guests a fright?
This spooky take on the classic dish only requires a few ingredients and some creativity as you plan what faces to carve on the peppers!
Jack-O-Lantern stuffed peppers
This Halloween charcuterie board is a great way to offer guests all their favorite Halloween finger foods.
Halloween charcuterie board
Mini spider pizzas are a quick and easy Halloween appetizer! Just buy frozen pizza bagels and top them with a spider made out of olives.
Mini spider pizzas
These hot dog mummies may not be the scariest of Halloween recipes, but they sure are adorably “spoopy!” These are sure to be a hit at a party with a mix of adults and kids.
Hot dog mummies
Looking for a (somewhat) healthier alternative to Reese’s? Try out these peanut butter cups!
Peanut butter cups
These monster eyeball cookies aren’t exactly scary, but they are cute, yummy and quick to bake up!
Monster eyeball cookies
They’ll be totally on theme, too, if you also plan on making monster eyeball cookies!
Kettle corn is another great Halloween party food for those feeding a crowd. You can make it extra festive by adding pumpkin pie spice on top!
This super easy Halloween food idea just involves dipping bananas in frozen yogurt, adding chocolate chips as eyeballs and popping them in the freezer!
Boo! Banana pops
These monster apples may look silly, but they sure are delicious! Just sandwich together two pieces of cut-up apples with peanut butter (or an alternative like almond butter) and add edible googly eyes.
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