Halloween isn’t just about dressing up in fun and spooky costumes; it’s also a time to dress up your food. Pair your costume this year with some of these spooky yet delicious recipes bound to frighten (and delight) your guests. Hopefully, they are daring enough to taste them!
To help you in your spooky process, we have compiled a few recipes to scare and impress your guests:
Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffle Mummies Bake from Creme de la Crumb
This particular dish is pretty spooky, complete with mummy faces and eyes on the end result! Not only is this recipe cheesecake-based, which is always a fan-favorite, but it also incorporates a favorite seasonal flavor: pumpkin. Combined together, they make a delicious mummy bite-sized snack. In addition, this is an easy-to-make, no-bake treat.
Graveyard Taco Dip from The Chickabug Blog
Dips are a classic dish to serve at parties! This several-layer dip is easy to put together and is perfect for a large crowd. To add the spook factor, make gravestones out of baked tortilla chips with some green onion for graveyard grass to surround the creepy tombstones.
Spooky Slasher Brownies from Happy Food Healthy Life
It might actually spook some guests out to reach for these, but that’s all in the spirit of Halloween! With the delicious simplicity of a brownie, but with a unique (and seasonally stylish) filling and topping, these “slasher” brownies are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Halloween Deviled Spider Eggs from Shockingly Delicious
What’s a party without some deviled eggs? Deviled eggs are a great hors d’oeuvre to offer guests. You can make your own deviled eggs recipe or find one online and then follow the directions above to decorate them with these spooky olive spiders. Place the eggs around the bowl of olives for guests to enjoy whole olives if they’re too spooked to eat a spider one!
Icky Intestines Bread Salad Skewers from Sugar Dish Me
This recipe is quite gory in looks, but ideal if you are trying to kick it up a notch for your guests and keep in the spirit of Halloween. It’s simply a puff pastry with raspberry sauce shaped into the appearance of an intestine. This is perfect for your daring guests who love a tasty treat, too!
Healthier Witch Fingers from Texanerin
These witch fingers are eerily realistic. With strawberry jam for the blood effect, these are sure to freak out your guests! This recipe calls for whole wheat and is as free from processed food as possible, so it’s a great treat for kids or guests looking for healthier options!
Bloody Good Cheesecake from Sugar Dish Me
This bloody good cheesecake is the perfect spooky centerpiece for your party. A delicious combination of red velvet cheesecake and chocolate graham crust will be a winning recipe even for the frightful who get spooked by the knife and ‘bloody’ gel-frosting.
Although quite creepy, these recipes are bound to make you a hit at any Halloween party. Do you dare try any of these?