It’s that time of year again when pumpkins and apples line the shelves, graveyards are filled with ghouls and ghosts, and children dress up in costumes. While we’re all eagerly awaiting the treat-giving holiday of Halloween night, why not get a head start on your festivities? To help you out this year we’ve compiled some spooky food ideas to enjoy throughout October!
You may think that October 31st is all about dressing up in costumes, trick-or-treating, and carving pumpkins into jack o’ lanterns. Well sure, it’s partly about those things, but most of the holiday is spent stuffing yourself with an assortment of deliciously spooky Halloween food ideas.
After all, what’s a Halloween party without Halloween snacks? There are so many great ways to serve up Halloween food ideas that it’s almost overwhelming. For example, Halloween drinks could include bright green witch’s brew, Halloween candy concoctions could showcase eyeball gumballs or Halloween desserts could have themed treats like mummy dogs.
If you’re looking for Halloween food ideas to serve at your Halloween party, look no further. We’ve compiled a list of Halloween treats that are sure to please any crowd. So if you’re planning a Halloween party, take notes from our Halloween food ideas and be prepared with some great
Add Some Spook(Spice)
1. Make a spooky graveyard cake
2. Create a mummy to serve at your Halloween party
3. Add some creepy spiders to the dessert table
4. Decorate your house with ghostly decorations and cobwebs
5. Make a blood-red punch for guests to enjoy during the celebration
6. Serve up some pumpkin pie for dessert!
Food is a key element of any Halloween celebration, and it doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, the simpler the better! Here are some simple recipes that will leave your guests feeling satisfied without being too full after all their trick-or-treating. -Taco Cups with Spicy Salsa (serves 4) One taco seasoning packet or 1/2 teaspoon chili powder plus salt and pepper to taste 2 tablespoons water 8 small corn tortillas cut into quarters 3 cups shredded lettuce 12 ounces ground beef cooked according to package instructions 16 slices American cheese 14 cherry tomatoes sliced in half 12 grape tomatoes quartered 10 olives chopped 6 tablespoons sour cream 7 tablespoons salsa Mix together the taco seasoning mix