Halloween is right around the corner, but do you have your party planned? When you spend so much time on your costume, you want something easy to make for your Halloween treat. These treats are perfect for any party and easy too!
1) Don’t Worry, They’re Raspberry
This treat is so easy to make and looks so real! If you can’t make the raspberry worms yourself, you can get them pre-made at most Halloween stores or order them on Amazon. Then all you need is crushed chocolate cake or Oreos.
2) Pick Your Shape
These are perfect for those who don’t want to fall off the wagon this holiday season. All you need are crackers, lunchmeat, and cheese. Have each person make their own or cut shapes out before hand.
3) His Brain is Beef
If you can make meatloaf, you can make this. All you need to do is wrap your meatloaf in Pappardelle or other similar pasta, and give him olive pupils! It’s really that easy and it’s an entire meal.
4) Seven Layer Web
If you want to skip six of the layers, you can always just pour salsa into the bowl and pipe crema out into the web pattern. Add a couple of toy spiders and you’re good to go.
5) Devil Those Eggs
Deviled eggs are always a hit at parties. They are bite-sized and jam-packed full of flavor. All you have to do to make them special for Halloween is cut up some black olives and add them on as baby spiders hatching from an egg.
6) It’s a Cupcake
Cupcake in a jar? That’s strange. It is easier than it looks too. Add the cupcake bottom to the jar, spoon in raspberry jam, pipe the outer edge of the inside of the jar with frosting, and the place a cork shaped piece of cupcake in the middle. Or simply dump in the extra pieces!
7) Eye See More Eggs
Another deviled egg gone so right. These are even easier than the first ones! You just add hot sauce and an olive to the top to make crazy eyeballs that look impressive but took no time to make.
8) Have You Laughed Today?
These are adorable and so easy too! Just get laughing cow cheese in your choice of flavor and paint them with food coloring! You can get creative, but candy corn wedges usually look the best!
9) Pharoahs in a Blanket
Everyone loves pigs in a blanket. Switch it up for Halloween and wrap the crescent roll around the hot dog like a mummy. Add eyes with condiments once they are done cooking and you have cute little mummies.
10) Just Look Away
This is one that you may want to “pass” on. After all, no one wants to look at kitty little while they eat, let alone eat it! But if you do like disgusting treats, all you need is crushed crackers or cereal, and Tootsie Rolls.
11) Hats are Lots of Fun
Hershey’s kiss: check. Orange icing: check. Fudge stripe cookie: check. Looks like you’re ready to make little witch hats that adults and kids will both enjoy. Seriously, no one will say no to these.
12) Baby Bell’s Eyes
Those Baby Bell Cheese wheels are so fun to eat and super tasty too! Dress them up with ketchup and an olive slice for savory little eyes. You can even buy an edible pen to make perfect veins.
13) Everyone Loves Bagel Pizzas
Pizza? It’s the only universal food that everyone loves. If you don’t love pizza, you probably don’t love life! So grab some bagels, pizza sauce, and mozzerlla! But don’t forget the olive eyes.
14) Flavor Your Cheese
This can be done with any kind of soft cheese. The outside can be done with any seasoning you want as well. If you want a sweeter one, use cream cheese, cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg! And remember to add the green onion on top!
15) Are You Fudging Me?
Fudge isn’t always the easiest delectable to make, but this one is isn’t too difficult. If you can make almond bark, you can make this. Check out the recipe for this Candy Corn Fudge if you’re willing to try.
16) I’ll Get You, My Pretty
Cheese, pretzels, and green onions? You already have that in your pantry, don’t you? These witch brooms are a breeze to make and they just scream “dollhouse” which is always a good thing.
17) Don’t Forget Anyone
You probably now that Dia De Los Muertos is the same week as Halloween. So go ahead and celebrate them together. The kids will love decorating their own cookies at the party.
18) Spoopy Apples
Caramel apples are so overdone, but these are as unique as can be. All you need to do is dip the Granny Smith apples in toffe that you’ve colored with black food coloring.
19) No Thanks on This Dog
These look a little gross, but that’s what Halloween is all about anyway. Hotdogs are cheap, universal, and you can buy them anywhere. For these, simply use a knife to mak wrinkles and cut out a fingernail.
20) For the Kids
Need a tasty treat for the kids at your party that they will still consider spooky? These snails and caterpillars are your best bet! They are each one unique and kids will eat them without being grossed out.
21) Jack Couldn’t Hold It In
This is an amazing idea if you’ve already got a pumpkin carved. Then you can make (or buy premade) guacamole and some blue corn chips. Some say blue corn chips are even tastier than white or yellow.
22) Lost Souls
This is super easy and as spooky as ever. All you need to do is spread out chocolate chips in a pie plate and pour cream on top. Cover them with ghost Peeps and put mini chocolate chips over the eyes and mouth. Serve with graham crackers and you’ve got yourself a s’more!
23) For a Healthy Snack
Short on time? Want to keep it healthy? Create a spoopy skeleton with nothing but veggies. Everyone will admire his beauty and may even get a few veggies in their diet that day.
24) Sweet and Nutritious Boos
This takes two easy steps. Freeze quartered bananas on popsicle sticks. Dip them in melted white chocolatem add mini chocolate chip eyes, and then freeze them again! It really is that simple.
25) Monster Mucus
Not everyone can afford this one, but if you can, it’s well worth it. You just need a large beaker and shucked oysters! Your friends will be impressed and you’ll get to eat oysters to your heart’s content.
26) Frankenstein’s Guacomole Bride
Going to serve chips and dip anyway? Settle on guac, add olives and peppers for her face, and make that signature black and white hair with blue and white corn chips.
27) Date with a Roach
You would probably believe that a dad invented these. All you do is stuff dates with cream cheese and walnuts then stick burned pasta sticks inside for antennae. They look just like cockroaches with their guts hanging out.
28) The Kids Will Love These
You can make monsters or vampires with this recipe. All it take sis apples and almonds, plus whatever you want to use for the eyes. PB and Skittles work great! If you want to make vamps, just use two almond slivers instead.
29) Glow in the Dark FTW
How do you make an edible glowing treat? Tapioca! You can get the recipe for this Glow-in-the-Dark treat and try it yourself. Want a white glow? Use black locust honey instead of regular.
30) Rest in Peace, Sandwich
Everyone loves sandwiches, especially at a party with tons of strnge food. You can add whatever you want to these sandwiches, but it’s best to use wheat bread, or better yet, pumpernickle.
31) Easier Than You Think
This is easier than it looks. If you don’t want to make your own mini-cake, buy a storebought one and decorate it yourself. Then stick a Barbie in the middle and splash her with edible blood and red food coloring.
32) Bubble Tea Eggs
Boba tea is all the rage right now. Incorporate it into your party with these spider egg pudding cups! You can find out how with this Tapioca alternative. We guarantee that everyone will want to try this.
33) Adorable Pumpkin Patch
Pudding, Oreos, and pumpkin candies. You are going to buy those candy pumpkins anyway, might as well use them. These are easy and everyone loves these. You can even let the kids help make them anyway they want to!
34) Do it At the Party
This is a comittment and it’s a great alternative to carving pumpkins. They may not be as fun to eat but they sure to look amazing. Just carve your own watermelon skull and see how you do!
35) Do They Know the Merengue?
Merinques are much easier than people say. You just beat your three ingredients together until the proper consistency. Then you pipe them into your pan and bake. For full instructions, check them out here.
36) Rice Crispy Pumpkins
How easy and adorable can you get? Mold these orange crispies in no time and decorate with prepackaged icing. Add a tootsie roll stem and you are ready for the Halloween Showcase.
37) Dexter Approves
These are easy if you can cook at all. Just boil corn syrup, water, and sugar. Then pour them into a baking sheet to cool. Add drops of red food coloring and you’ve got glass for any occasion!
38) All Clean, Everyone
Yes, these look rather icky. But they are a breeze to make. You just need lollipop sticks stuck into tiny marshmallows. Dip them in PB and get an empty cotton swab box for display.
39) Com-Pita With That
Pita chips and the dip of your choice. Done and done! The only thing missing is the tree. To make that, cut out a tortilla in the correct shape and bake it until crispy. Use wheat tortillas for a darker tree.
40) For Your Cool Halloween
This soup is perfect for a chilly Halloween when you want something cozy to warm you up. It’s a simply black bean soup seasoned to perfection. Find out more here before your next party.