Brains may be the staple food for the walking dead, but their palate extends to all sorts of delicious body parts. Find out which deliciously scary treats will have your party guests’ mouths watering in no time.
Spooky Apple Cider Punch
Shrunken apple heads swim around in this spooky apple cider spiced with cinnamon sticks and cloves. It’s a refreshing and fun way to serve up some punch! The recipe doesn’t call for alcohol, but you can easily add a splash of bourbon or rum to your Halloween sipper.
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Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses
If mustard isn’t your ideal condiment for grilled cheese, feel free to use ketchup instead — it’ll look more like blood, making these mini coffin sandwiches even spookier!
Creep out your friends with this eerie sushi that will feed a crowd of zombies or Halloween party guests alike.
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A dessert that stares back at you is creepy enough, but bite into these white chocolate covered treats and you’ll find blood-red velvet cake. Spooktacular!
Peanut Butter Mummy Pops
Spooky and sweet, these tasty pops are full of warm pumpkin spice, wrapped in wickedly delicious white chocolate.
Pull-Apart Graveyard Cupcakes
If you’re just dying for dessert, consider this recipe your final resting place. There’s no knives needed for this eerie treat that’s made up of two-dozen cupcakes decorated together.
Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Ghouls
Look out! These spicy jalapeno poppers will give you a thrill with their sneaky heat. Filled with a creamy mixture of tangy Greek yogurt, sharp Parmesan cheese and a touch of mustard and thyme, these ghoulish horr’or d’oeuvres are wrapped with smoky, salty bacon.
Give your family a fright with this fruity and festive punch, complete with eyeball ice cubes floating around eerily.
Bloodshot Devilled Eggs
Haunted by hunger? This creepy take on the classic appy is a real crowd-pleaser and perfect for your Halloween bash.
Black Magic Cake
Deep, dark and delicious, this creepy confection can be decorated to look like a mummy or a spider web when drizzled with sweet, melted marshmallows.
Tombstone Brownies and Icing
Alphabet cereal spells out the spooky words in these tasty chocolate brownie tombstones.
Broken Finger Cookies
Fingernails made from almonds or banana chips add a realistic touch in these creepy treats.
Zombie Punch With Bloody Hands and Fingers
This spook-tacular fruit and rum punch will be a hit at any Halloween party. It’s a cinch to brew — and certainly makes a statement.
Blood Splatter Cookies
Turn your kitchen into a crime scene with these creepy blood-splattered cookies. Kids will love these simple slice and bake treats, but the real fun is in the decorating.
Go from the graveyard right to a Halloween party with these delicious and decorative cupcakes.
Spooky Witch Fingers
Fire up the cauldron and make a batch of these bewitching no-bake treats for your Halloween bash. Crunchy pretzels are dipped in green-tinted chocolate and topped with almond slices, secured with raspberry jam ‘blood’ for extra creepy detail.
Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies
No need to be too careful when wrapping the phyllo dough around the hot dogs — the messier, the better in order to make these dogs really look like mummies!
Apple Spider Web Pops
Tart apple slices are dipped in dark chocolate and finished with a white chocolate spider web effect. They’re great for serving at a Halloween bash, or wrapped in cellophane and sent home as a party favour.
Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch
This fun blueberry punch is garnished with eerie lychee-blueberry eyeballs. Following an exciting night of trick or treating, serve it straight up for the kiddies, and add some gin for the grown ups.
Candy Corn Cheese Tower
This edible art will be the centrepiece of your Halloween gathering, but don’t expect it to last long. Party goers won’t be able to resist digging into the goat, Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese tower.
Cheddar and Hard Cider Fondue
It’s not a party without some melted cheese, like this fall fondue infused with hard apple cider. Don’t forget an assortment of dippers, including cooked sausages, baby potatoes, apples, and chunks of bread.
Take those pumpkin carving skills and use them to create a decadent dessert. Creamy, no-bake pumpkin cheesecake sits atop a brownie base and has a jack-o’-lantern brownie face.
Mummy Hand Pies
Don’t get all wrapped up in last-minute Halloween party prep. Get a head start by conjuring up a batch of these mouthwatering mummy hand pies.
Cheeseballs are great edible centrepieces for your Halloween party table. For this recipe, cheese cracker crumbs give this Cheddar and cream cheese pumpkin its orange exterior. For added effect, serve with green tortilla chips.
Spider Web Guacamole
Give your guacamole a simple, spooky makeover with a Mexican crema web and black olive spider. The finishing touch is a carved avocado skull. Serve with blue corn tortilla chips or an assortment of veggies.
Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain
A zombie-themed party just wouldn’t be complete without some brains on the menu! A giant crispy rice cereal shell is filled with smooth chocolate mousse, and covered in piped pink buttercream frosting.