Categories: Halloween

20 Halloween Snacks That Will Serve Up Some Scares

It’s almost time for Halloween, and that means it’s almost time for a bunch of Halloween celebrations. And what would a Halloween celebration be without some Halloween snacks to serve to all your favorite guests? Sure, creative costumes and decorations are always a need when it comes to a Halloween party, but this year get creative in the kitchen too, and provide some creepy and cute Halloween snacks that your partygoers can enjoy. Our list of Halloween snacks that will serve up some scares range from sweet and salty and will have your guests returning for seconds and even thirds. You can’t go wrong with some Halloween snacks that scare and delight on one of the spookiest nights of the year,

1. Jack Skellington Candy Apples

Candy Apples are a plus at any Halloween party. You can make these Halloween snacks a little more creative by placing the Pumpkin King’s face on everyone by simply using white candy dip and chocolate for his eyes and mouth. A Halloween snack staple paired with an iconic Halloween character.

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2. Spooky Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl Cauldron

Put your baking skills to the test with this savory and delicious Halloween snack. Not only are the tortilla chips shaped like pumpkins but the bread bowl is shaped like a cauldron so the dip inside makes it look like yummy witches’ brew. One of the most creative Halloween snacks that includes a savory dip.

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3. Bite-Sized Eyeballs

Take your Halloween snacks to the creepy side when you create these eyeball pastries for your snack table. They’re a cheesy puff pastry topped with cucumber, olives, and Sriracha to give you that gross yet appetizing eyeball look.

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4. Mummy Brie

Can’t have a delicious snack table without delicious cheese. Make this one of your spooky Halloween snacks by wrapping the Brie in strips of puff pastry so it is mummified and creepy looking. Add some olive and tomatoes eyes to really take it to the next level and give your guests a spooky and delicious cheese and crackers Halloween snack.

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5. Blood Drip Cupcakes

These Halloween snacks make it seem like someone just cut their mouth upon a piece of glass giving your snack table a gross and frightening-looking treat. The edible glass topping you create will have your guests wowing over the creative creation.

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6. Worm Sandwich

It’s inventive, it’s delicious, and it’s super easy to make. Start off the spookiest night of the year with one of these Halloween snacks – which are just hot dogs and ketchup on a bun. Turn the hot dogs into worms with the right cut and you’ll have your guest going from yuck to yum in no time.

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7. Deviled Spider Eggs

What’s a creepier Halloween snack than a huge-looking spider on a deviled egg? Well, nothing really. The spiders can be made from black olives and when they’re perched on your yummy deviled eggs your guests might believe that one of these Halloween snacks in the real thing.

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8. Bloody Eyeball Brownies

These creepy coconut frosted brownies are a perfect treat for your Halloween snacks table. They’re a nifty gluten-free recipe for your gluten-intolerant friends and taste delicious all the same. The brownie is delicious and the eyeballs are made from lychee, a chocolate chip, and strawberry. Might seem like a weird combo but trust me, it works.

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9. Cheesy Breadstick Bones

You can’t go wrong with a breadstick and marinara sauce as one of your Halloween snacks. This treat is made with store-bought pizza dough and one of the more delicious and easy Halloween snack recipes. All you have to do is roll out the dough to look like bones and accompany them with “blood” for dipping and your snack is all set.

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10. Rice Krispy Brains

You’ve seen Rice Krispy pumpkins and you’ve seen Rice Krispy ghosts, but I bet you’ve never seen Rice Krispy brains let alone had them as one of your Halloween snacks. Adding the red icing and serving these Halloween snacks on a metal tray gives it that creepy clinical look and will heighten the spookiness of your snack table.

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11. Meatball Monster Sliders

These tasty little Halloween snacks are perfect for a kid’s or an adult’s party. The meatballs are simmered in spaghetti sauce giving them a bloody, gutsy look then topped with olives to look like a monster’s eyeballs peeking out from underneath the bun. Just enough spooky for a delicious treat.

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12. Witch Guacamole

Take a common snack and turn it into one of your spooky Halloween snacks this year. Stick to the guacamole recipe that you enjoy and add some various veggie slices and chips to make a ghoulish witch’s face in your tasty guac. Your creativity will create the perfect and delicious witch guac.

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13. Graveyard Taco Dip

This tasty taco will go perfectly with the rest of your spooky Halloween snacks. The tombstone tortillas chips add to this delicious five layer dip and you can really step up your game by using a food coloring pen to write witty headings on the chips. It’s savory, it’s cute, and it’s simple.

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14. Witch’s Broomsticks

One of the simplest but tastiest Halloween snacks, these broomsticks will be a huge hit with guests of all ages. All you have to do is cut cheese sticks to resemble the bristles of a broom, add a pretzel stick, bind with a chive, and voila! Tasty, healthy, and fun to eat!

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15. Silly Apple Monster Bites

For a fruity Halloween snack why not try these goofy-looking monsters? This is the perfect way to dress up apple slices as one of your Halloween snacks. Everyone will enjoy eating them and probably even playing with them. A delicious and fun way to get some fruit on your Halloween snacks table.

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16. Bugs on a Log

This is one of the more clever of the Halloween snacks and it’s actually really easy to make. All you have to do is arrange some pretzel sticks on a plate and attach some chocolate-covered raisins or peanuts with some peanut butter to the logs. Add some chocolate sprinkles for legs and candy pearls for eyes and you have some spooky bugs chilling at your Halloween snacks table.

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17. Cheesy Spiders

If you like cheese and you want to make cheese look spooky, then you need these Halloween snacks at your Halloween bash. The cheese balls are topped with breadcrumbs to resemble spider fuzz and use chow mein noodles as legs for a full spider look. They’re equally creepy and delicious Halloween snacks.

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18. Jalapeno Popper Mummies

This is one of the best spicy Halloween snacks for those who like a little heat at your Halloween bash. All you have to do is wrap the jalapeno peppers in puff pastry for a mummified look and add some roasted red pepper or pea eyeballs and you have a delicious snack.

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19. Halloween Party Punch

This spooky Halloween punch is perfect to serve to your guests at any Halloween bash. The scary hand ice sculptures make a ~chilling~ addition to this delicious beverage!

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20. Pumpkin Hummus

Hollow out a pumpkin and use the insides as a part of the hummus and the shell as the serving dish when you make this one of your Halloween snacks. The hummus is delicious and you can pair it with crackers, chips, or veggies. A perfect dip for a Halloween bash.

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What are some Halloween snacks that you love to make and eat? Let us know in the comments!

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Lindsay Longacre

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