Halloween Snacks

I love the wide variety of fun food that is served up over Halloween.  Candy Corn Martinis and Hot Dog Ghouls are two fun Halloween foods I have served up over time.  Take a look at this round up of food just in time for Halloween!

When my daughter was young and did trick-or-treating, we always made a big pot of chili that sat on the stove waiting for a time when we could run in and eat a bite or two.  Ashley would make her chili into chili dogs and eat it while her eyes shone with excitement about wearing her costume and seeing her friends.

I always made a fun treat or two over the years for her class.  These treats would have been a hit at her elementary school.  I remember making orange rice krispie treats (colored with orange jello!) and some bats made from Oreos.  We always did those projects together.

Candy Apples – by A Beautiful Mess
Monster Eye Pudding Cups – by Homemade Hooplah
Pumpkin Rice Krispy Treats – by 365ish Days of Pinterest
Spider Cupcakes – by Five Heart Home
Bag of Bones Snack Mix – by This Silly Girl’s Life
Cinnamon Tortilla Bats – by Simply Recipes
Pumpkin Snack Mix – by Lil’ Luna
Eyeball Pinwheels – by Home Cooking Memories
Monster Cheese Balls – by Hungry Happenings
Spooky Oreos – by Sweet Rose Studio
Body Parts Pudding – by Totally the Bomb
Mummy Pops – by the Idea Room
Candy Corn Punch – by Nellie Bellie
Ghostly Grub – by Snap Creativity
Mummy Rolls – by Our Best Bites
Terri Steffes
Terri Steffes

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