I’ve done my work and rounded up 15 Spooktacular Halloween food & drink recipes for your Halloween party. This list was created with some help from my friends over at Culinary Content Network. I hope you enjoy these fun & easy recipes at your next Halloween bash!
I absolutely love October with its brightly colored leaves, crisp, cool air, and dark nights.
Maybe I’m just crazy, but I also love watching horror movies before Halloween.
Sometimes I start in August because I feel like one month isn’t nearly enough time to watch all the horror movies!
I’m talking old school horror movies like 1920 vampire movies with Bela Lugosi and Nosferatu to Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Yes, I love them all!
And I love all the spooky foods people make during this time of year.
From mummy corn dogs to witch’s brew to bloody meatloaf and hands. I love the creativity that goes into making some of these foods for Halloween.
Since I only have two Halloween inspired recipes to share with you, I asked my friends over at Culinary Content Network if they would mind sharing some of their creations.
They happily agreed because they believe everyone should enjoy this month of ghoulish Halloween treats.
Although some did have an evil grin on their face as they handed over the recipes and burst out with this creepy, spine-tingling laugh….Muuuhahahaha!
Muttering words I couldn’t understand, but I think they were saying, “Enjoy, my friend, enjoy!”
So from them, to me, to you, Enjoy, my friends, enjoy!
15 Spooktacular Halloween Food & Drink Recipes
From the Cauldron Cake by Lyndsy at The Dinnervine – A chocolate Bundt cake with chocolate frosting, vanilla whipped buttercream, mini marshmallows, pretzel stix, and candy corn. This cake will cast a spell on all your Halloween guests!
Itsy Bitsy Spider Cookies by Lori at The Kitchen Whisperer – Freak out your family and friends with these creepy, crawly Itsy Bitsy Spider Cookies. They can’t run fast enough to grab a few of these spider cookies to eat when you bring them out.
Mummy Corn Dogs and Chicken Nugget Graveyards are brought to you from Shannah at My Suburban Kitchen – Fill your kids tummies with this easy, Spooktacular dinner before heading out on Halloween night to go Trick or Treating. You might not get them to leave the dinner table!
The next two come from Nettie at Moore or Less Cooking, with the first recipe being these spine-chilling Halloween Spider Cookies. Peanut butter and chocolate have never looked scarier with googly eyes and chocolate legs. Just thinking about them gives me the heebie-jeebies!
Mummy Hot Dogs – Don’t look now, but these Mummy Hot Dogs are staring back at you! Nettie takes Mummy Hot Dogs to another level by adding googly eyes. They’re easy to make and on your dinner table in less than 20 minutes.
Heather at All Roads Lead to the Kitchen created these ghoulish Zombie Finger Cookies.
Inspired by the movie, Hocus Pocus, Heather brings a little part of Billy the Zombie to life in her kitchen when she created these Zombie Finger Cookies to share with all. A rich, buttery cookie finger you won’t be able to keep out of your mouth!
Baby Batty Vampire Dogs by Lori at The Kitchen Whisperer – You can have these cute Baby Batty Vampire Dogs on your dinner table in less than 30 minutes. Your kids will go batty over them!
Surprise your family at dinner by serving up this Bloody Feetloaf from Heather at All Roads Lead to the Kitchen. You’ll have them guessing who’s missing a foot!
Wendy at The Weekend Gourmet brings us Spicy Sweet Potato Fries with Green Goo Dipping Sauce.
Who wouldn’t want to dip their sweet potato fries into a glowing green goo dipping sauce?
Some might say the green goo sauce is finger-lickin’ good!
Next up are these Red Velvet Vampire Bite Cakes by Rebecca at Homemaker’s Habitat.
Inspired by the Twilight movies, one might say Rebecca has a Fang Thang! These Red Velvet Vampire Bite Cakes will leave their mark on your family and friends.
Karen at Baking in a Tornado brings us another dinner delight, Bloody Fingers Halloween Dinner.
Scare your guests with this Bloody Fingers Halloween Dinner entrée. They’ll be clapping for more
You can’t have a Halloween party without drinks. For the Adults, we have this Ghoulishly Good Red Moscato Punch brought to you by Wendy at The Weekend Gourmet.
Wendy teaches you how to keep this Halloween punch chilly with a floating ice hand.
And there’s nothing like a dark, bubbling drink to serve on All Hallows’ Eve!
Tell your friends to be aware of the spirits rising up in this bubbly Halloween Purple Pumpkin Eater Punch by Nettie at Moore or Less Cooking.
The last two in our round-up come from yours truly (me!) right here at Sweet and Spicy Monkey.
These Halloween Apples are wickedly delicious! Easy to make with only 4 ingredients and under 20 minutes.
Nothing to be spooked about with these Pumpkin Marshmallow Popcorn Balls. But with their ooey, gooiness, they’ll disappear from your table like ghosts.
Wishing y’all a safe & Happy Halloween!
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