Halloween food is a great way to show your creativity. These foods are perfect for your Halloween party or simply to entertain your own family. Do you want to scare your kids with a bloody eyeball stuffed pepper for breakfast? My kids love spooky foods and many of these recipes are easy to recreate. Click each link to see the full recipe, directions, and ingredients. Halloween is the perfect time to go outside your comfort zone and make some new foods for your party or at home. Thank you to all the bloggers who allowed me to feature their amazing creations in this Halloween roundup post.
How cute are these mummy english muffins? Amy from Veggies Save the day created this recipe which is not easy enough for anyone to make. My daughter made some of these pizzas for lunch and they turned out so cute! This is a perfect Halloween lunchbox surprise for your little goblin.
This totally looks like a smushed spider, doesn’t it? My daughter walked by my computer screen and screamed when she saw this photo. Jessica from Coffee and Crayons created this smushed spider that looks delicious, scary, and quite healthy! The pumpkin and cauliflower alfredo is something I will be making year round because YUM!
These cookies look like bloody fingers and would really scare someone. My teen boys thought these cookies were awesome and they plan to make them soon. You really can scare someone if you serve these at your Halloween party. Diana from Little Sunny Kitchen shares tips and tricks to make these cookies look dirty and bloody, with little effort.
Your Halloween party needs some protein, right? These adorable jack o lantern pot pies are the perfect main course. Each party guest can carve their design into the crust and have a personalized pumpkin potpie for dinner. Create your potpie fillings before the guests arrive and let each person carve their tops and then bake them. Such a fun idea from Elizabeth at Looney for Food.
Don’t these spiders look real? When I saw this recipe I jumped a tiny bit. This is a creepy deviled eggs recipe that would look so good at your Halloween party. Kelly from A Side of Sweet created these spooky spider eggs that will look super scary on your party table. My daughter loves deviled eggs so we will be trying out this recipe for sure.
Kylie from Kidgredients really nailed an easy Halloween recipe with this treat! Just the name Chocolate Swamp Monsters made my daughter’s eyes grow wide. We tried this recipe and made our swamp monsters with Chow Mein noodles and they came out SO cute! If you need an activity for a class party snack this is a great choice.
Sina from Vegan Heaven created these super sweet owl cupcakes. I love that these owls are not too scary. They would be perfect for a preschool party or get together. It would be fun for the kids to experiment and create their own owls from simple ingredients. If you are looking for a non-scary Halloween treat this would be perfect.
How cute are these cookies? My daughter made these over the weekend and they tasted as good as they looked! Click through the link above to find the recipe from Sam at Sugar Spun Run. Her technique to stretch the melty marshmallows into create cobwebs is such a brilliant idea. These spooky spider cookies are a creative way to celebrate the holiday.
I am a healthy food lover so I needed to include a few healthier recipes in this roundup. This chocolate covered Frankenstein is adorably creative! This is what my healthy Mom side would want my kids to make. Then my kids would roll their eyes and say it is a holiday Mom, put your healthy side away for the day and give us all the candy. If you are looking for a healthy choice, check out this Frankenstein from Allison at A Sweetened Life. The bases for Frankenstein are these thin rice cakes, such a smart idea.
My teens love to make candy apples. Molly from Easy Cooking with Molly created these super spooky graveyard candy apples that look scary and scrumptious. This recipe would be perfect for a teen party. All you need to do is assemble some scary toppings and some delicious apples and let the guests create a spooky creation.
Hannah from Domestic Gothess created this gorgeous Halloween cake which would make a lovely centerpiece. This cake has a fabulous bloody glaze that really will make your Halloween table look amazing and slightly scary. I am in love with these meringue bones. This cake looks moist and delicious, so if you need a stunning centerpiece, this is it!
These worms are so creepy, scary, and realistic! I think these worms would be great for a blindfold game as well. Imagine putting your hand in a bowl of these worms, you would think they were crawling all over you. I cannot believe how Ashlee Marie managed to make edible worms that look so real. I can only imagine how creepy they taste!
I love the creativity that Tiffany from This Season’s Table used in creating these brains. She carved a half of an apple into a brain shape. This is a brilliant idea and so cute for Halloween. Tiffany also created the cinnamon kale applesauce that the brains are resting on. I think this creative and healthy treat is perfect for a typically unhealthy holiday.
These witch hat cookies look to good to be edible! Be warned, they do take a lot of time to create, but the final product is well worth the hard work. John from Preppy Kitchen created these witch hat cookies and describes step by step how you can make them at home.
Brie from Toaster Oven Love created these super creepy bloody eyeball peppers. I love the apples on the side too. Believe it or not, these bloody eyeball eggs were made in a toaster oven. Such a creative idea! These easy to make peppers could be a cute Halloween morning breakfast to scare your kids right from the start.
Shelley from Two Healthy Kitchens created this adorable healthy snack for Halloween. I love healthy snacks and these cute little kiwis are just perfect. My kids are kiwi crazy and I think this would be a fun healthy treat for a school party filled with candy.
I hope you enjoyed this Halloween Food Roundup. Which recipe is your favorite? Which one are you going to make this year?