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10 Spooky Recipes For Your Halloween Party This Season

10 Spooky Recipes For Your Halloween Party This Season

Take a look at these spooky recipes for your Halloween party this fall season. These treats are perfect for a party with all your friends.

It’s almost that time again. The time to get real creepy and maybe even real freaky, and scare some friends at a Halloween party. Before you get wild you’ll want to enjoy the refreshments and snacks because they’ll be extra suped up for the occasion. And one thing people always remember about a party is how good the food is or isn’t. So, what’s your cooking level? Pro chef or quick fixer? If you’re a pro then you can probably bake up a thing or two from scratch and have everybody’s mouth watering. If you’re a quick fixer (like I sometimes am) then you need safe recipes that are easy and always turn out right. I’ll help you out with this, here are 10 spooky recipes for a halloween party that are fancy enough and still easy to put together. Enjoy!

Halloween Brain Dip

An unusual recipe with a twist on its appearance that makes it eery for the occasion. The brain is actually a head of cauliflower with its insides all cut out and can be decorated with veins. And the filling, the dip, is made of avocados. I’m a huge fan of guacamole myself and would also try substituting the dip with guac to spice things up. This spooky recipe is by Annie1 and can be found on Allrecipes.com. Check out these spooky recipes! Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

1.2 avocados

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2.1/2 cup prepared salsa

3.1 head of cauliflower

4.6 thin slices of red and blue fruit leather

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Pumpkin Fluff Dip

This recipe is so cute but is definitely fit for a Halloween party. You use a small-sized pumpkin as a bowl for a dip made of vanilla pudding, whipped cream, and pumpkin spice. Graham crackers are arranged around the bowl for dipping. It’s really simple and has the perfect flavor for Halloween. This recipe is by Tiera Lesley and can be found on Allrecipes.com. Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

1.1 (16oz) container frozen whipped topping, thawed

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2.1 (5oz) package instant vanilla pudding mix

3.1 (15oz) can solid pack pumpkin

4.1 tsp  pumpkin pie spice

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Bloody Eyeball Cupcakes

Cup cakes are perfect for any kind of party because they’re made in batches! They’re really easy to customize and this recipe really does add a halloween twist to a party. They’re cupcakes deco’d out with red decorating gel, red-colored sugar, and JELL-O Cherry Flavor Gelatin to create a creepy effect. Try this recipe by Kraft found on Kraftrecipes.com. Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

1.1 pkg (2-layer size) white cake mix

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2.1 cup boiling water

3.1 pkg (3oz) JELL-O Cherry Flavor Gelatin

4.4oz (1/2 of 8oz pkg) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, softened

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5.2 Tbsp red colored sugar

6.24 semi-sweet chocolate chips (about 2 Tbsp)

7.2 tubes (0.67oz each) red decorating gel

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Ghost Poo aka Cream Cheese Clouds

Ooooo. Ghosts poo? Ooo. Ok. This spooky recipe will get your party people laughing definitely. I’ve not seen anything like this before at a Halloween party. Shout out to Low Carb Layla on this one. They’re bite-sized puffs whipped with cream cheese and other ingredients, made to look like swirly ghost poo! Eww. Perfect for a cool Halloween party. Try this recipe by Low Carb Layla found on Lowcarblayla.blogspot.com. Check out these spooky recipes! Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

1.8oz cream cheese, softened

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2.1/2cup unsalted butter, softened

3.3/4cup granular Splenda (or sweetener of choice)

4.1/2tsp vanilla (or, 1/4tsp lemon and 1/4tsp vanilla)

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Severed Fingers

These would make a great appetizer if your friends can stomach them. They really do look that gross which makes them perfect for a Halloween party. And they’re also really simple to make even if you just have ok cutting skills. They’re hot dogs cut to look like finger tips, wrapped in whole wheat tortillas. They look so real they’ll definitely freak your guests out on Halloween night. Try this recipe found on Thepeachkitchen.com. Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

1.Hot dogs (you can use cheesedogs)

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2.Whole wheat tortilla

3.Ketchup

4.1tbsp oil

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Graveyard Chicken Enchilada Dip

Creative and delicious, if you’re a Mexican foods lover then this will work for you. It’s a graveyard of tortilla tomb stones resting in a chicken and cheese’d up dip. Mm. Mhm. Yeah. A great touch for a Halloween party. Check out these spooky recipes! This recipe can be found on Delish.com. Here’s a list of the ingredients:

1.2cups shredded pepper jack cheese

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2.1cup enchilada sauce

3.1cup shredded rotisserie chicken

4.12oz cream cheese, softened

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5.14oz can green chiles

6.1tbsp. Taco Seasoning

7.4 flour tortillas

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8.Tortilla chips, for serving

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Halloween Ghost Pizza

A party aint a party without pizza. If you don’t like pizza, please stop reading my articles. No I’m JK! Lol. This pizza is adorable for a Halloween party. The mozzarella is shaped like little ghosts all over the pizza, and green olives and peppers are made to look like spiders. So creative and delicious looking! If you’re not good with making pizza dough you can get one ready made from the grocery. Pillsbury and a couple of other brands make them. Using these is also better if you need to make multiple pies. This recipe is found on Recipe4Living.com. Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

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1.1pkg active dry yeast

2.1tsp sugar

3.1cup warm water

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4.1/2cup bread flour

5.3tbsp olive oil

6.3/4cup marinara sauce

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7.8oz mozzarella cheese

8.Black olives, chopped

9.Green olives

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10.Rosemary leaves

11.1 tomato, chopped

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Halloween Food:  BeDeviled Burgers

Also a great party food, there’s this interestingly styled burger that I’ve found a recipe for. It’s a flavorous meat patty with sliced boiled eggs on top (hence the name BeDeviled), with devil horn-shaped tomatoes. Burgers are a good party food because almost everyone loves them and they’re easy to make a lot of. This recipe can be found on Pocketchangegourmet.com. Check out these spooky recipes! Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

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1.1lb lean hamburger

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2.3 hard boiled eggs

3.1 medium tomato

4.lettuce

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5.1 egg

6.1/4cup finely chopped yellow onion

7.1/4cup ketchup

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8.1tbsp Worcestershire Sauce

9.2tsp mustard

10.2tsp horseradish sauce

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11.1/3cup bread crumbs

12.1/2tsp garlic powder

13.1/2tsp chili powder

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Halloween Drink: The Screamsicle

This drink contains alcohol so you’ll have to be of age to drink it, I guess, or to at least get the ingredients. 👀 It’s an orange and Whipped Cream-flavored vodka drink, that’s spookily decorated for a Halloween party. You can get creative with the decorations by using holiday gummies and licorice. Remember to drink responsibly. This recipe by Colleen Shibley can be found on Shibleysmiles.com. Check out these spooky recipes! Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

1.6oz Cascade Ice Orange Mango

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2.1/2oz of Orange Vodka

3.2oz of Whipped Cream-flavored vodka

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Red Sour Patch Smoothie Recipe

This next drink is a reminder that Halloween is about CANDY. No one’s too mature to enjoy something sweet on Halloween and this recipe has a combination that will trick the taste buds. It’s sweet and colorful, but it’s made entirely of healthy fruits and vegetables with extra beneficial factors for the body. It can also be decorated easily to suite the occasion. I’m sure you can think of a bloody theme to go with it! It’s made with cranberries, red beets, and apple. Find this recipe on Greenblender.com. Here’s a list of the ingredients you’ll need:

1.4oz red beets – washed, chopped

2.1 lemon – juiced

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3.1cup water

4.2oz cranberries

5.1 apple – chopped

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6.1tbsp flaxseed

7.1cup ice

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Halloween is coming! If you’re having a party get your spooky recipes listed early! Leave a comment if think these are awesome!

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