12 Super Spooky Halloween Recipes


Halloween is a great time to celebrate the spooky season. With the cold coming in and all sorts of horror movies coming out, it’s the perfect time to decorate the halls with scary decor and dress up in a cute or spooky costume. The holiday is truly unique in that it celebrates all things dark and scary. It’s no wonder the holiday is beloved by many. The eerie nature of the holiday is what makes it so interesting! But of course, there is so much more to the holiday than costumes and horror movies. There’s also food! And no, we’re not just talking about candy which is of course wonderful. Buying spooky treats is not the only way to enjoy the holiday with food.

You can also whip up some super cool Halloween themed desserts and snacks! There are also even Halloween themed dinners you can do. Halloween may not be thought as having unique food, but that’s far from the truth. You can make things like homemade caramel to pumpkin cookies that celebrate the holiday. You can also do some spooky twists on food classics like cake pops. Ever made Frankinpops? They are a Frankenstein twist on cake pops and are surprisingly super neat! There are so many ways you can add a little spook to your food. Halloween recipes are a great way to enjoy the holiday.

Plus, you will certainly be the talk of the town after Halloween if you have spooky appetizers and food at your party or dinner on the holiday. Anybody can serve candy, but you will truly stand out if you cook or bake something Halloween themed from scratch! It’s a smart way to show your love for all things spooky and the Halloween recipes you use will certainly be loved by your Halloween dinner or party guests. Here are 12 super spooky Halloween recipes you can make this October!

1. Edible Cow Eyeballs

This super spooky and gross Edible Eyeball recipe will certainly shock your guests. Meant to resemble cow’s eyes, the food is certainly creepy to look at. Yet despite its unsightly appearance, the edible fake eyeballs are actually super delicious. Since they contain coconut milk and white sugar, they taste like sweet pudding! The pudding is soft and tasty and has a coconut flavor to it. The fake edible eyeballs are both the perfect mix of spooky and yummy. Follow the recipe below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

2. Maple Cinnamon Mummy Cookies

Do you love maple cookies? Then you should consider doing this clever twist on the cookies! These tasty cookies can be made even tastier with some spooky icing decor. Just drizzle the icing over and add some edible eyeballs to the cookies. The cookies will look like little mummies in no time. They also taste amazing as the cookies have just the right amount of brown sugar and cinnamon in them. Anyone with a sweet tooth will absolutely adore these cookies. If you’re unsure how to go about making these cookies, follow the recipe below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

3. Mummy Hot Dogs

This is another food with a mummy twist on it that is absolutely amazing to eat! These hot dogs are wrapped in crescent roll dough and cheese, then topped with candy eyes after they are baked. The hot dogs will certainly look like mummies after you’re done baking them and they are also super yummy. It’s a great food to make for your Halloween party or to have for dinner in October. Your friends will definitely enjoy them and you’ll get lots of compliments. You can make it by following the recipe at the website below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

4.  Cheese & Pretzel Broomsticks

This delicious pretzel & cheese stick recipe is inspired by witches. The broomstick themed recipe is easy to make and create. It’s super tasty and easy to make! Make this recipe below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

5. Brain Food Cupcake

This zombie-themed cupcake is super creative and delicious. It’s drizzled in chocolate sauce and vodka can be added to spike it. You can make it by following the simple recipe below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

6. Holy Skull-y Guacamole

If you love guac then you must try this amazing and extremely tasty Halloween recipe. The guac comes with an avocado cut into a skull shape on top. It’s a super spooky twist on guacamole and chips. It’s a great recipe for any Halloween events you’re hosting. Just dip some chips in and it’s sure to be a delicious combo. Make it below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

7. Frankenstein Pasta

This Frankenstein pasta is sure to be a delight with dinner guests. It’s a simple recipe made to look like Frankenstein. You can make it below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

8. Caramel Apple

It might a classic, but it sure is tasty. This caramel apple recipe adds a few new things like extra caramel and some cute witch decor. Make it below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

9. Burrito Skulls

Get super creative and fun with this Halloween recipe, which transforms burritos into edible skulls. The burritos end up looking super cool and taste amazing. Make it below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

10. Halloween Party Punch

This delicious party punch is easy to make and you can use gloves to make some cool hand-shaped ice! It’s a cool and spooky way to make punch. The punch will certainly wow your friends if you decide to make it for a Halloween party. See the recipe below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

11. Zombie Pretzels

These zombie pretzels are super cute, easy to make, and of course tasty. They are decorated with green icing and edible eyes to make them look super spooky. They’re a great snack to have during October. You can make them below.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes!

12. Pizza Skulls

These pizza skulls are to die for. Baked to look like skulls, they are super yummy and not too hard to make. The treat is perfect for dinner and super delicious. You can have it as a meal on the night of Halloween. Just follow the recipe below and you’ll surely love this tasty yet spooky treat.

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12 super spooky Halloween recipes

Are there any other spooky Halloween recipes that you like? Comment below and tell us!

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