30+ Easy Halloween Recipes Perfect for Your Party

Halloween’s not Halloween without some ghoulish food on the table. Everyone can enjoy a bit of candy, but it’s the food that makes a party.

These are some of the best and easiest Halloween recipes you can make this year. Trust me when I say the trick-or-treaters will love the food way more than candy.

Keep reading to discover 30+ best Halloween recipes!

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Ghostly Pizza

Use whole pitted green, black, and Kalamata olives to make the creepy-crawlies.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Eyeball Pasta

Dinner on Halloween can be anything but regular—it’s gotta be spooky!

We’re obsessed with turning ordinary meatballs into scary works of art by making them look like monster eyeballs.

All you need is some mozzarella (fresh works best since it’s thicker) and black olives.

Get the recipe at Delish

Marshmallow Ghost Brownies

These ghostly brownies make for a fabulous addition to any Halloween dessert table.

Just prepare for a ton of oohs and aahs!

Get the recipe at Country Living

Chocolate Lava Skull Cakes

Chocolate Lava Skull Cakes – seriously delicious and PERFECT for your Halloween parties!

Only 5 simple ingredients – chocolate chips, butter, eggs, powdered sugar, flour. They only take a minute to whip up and are ready to eat in about 15 minutes.

Serve the cakes with some whipped cream and/or vanilla ice cream.

Delicious and frightfully festive!!

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Spider Hot Dogs

Spider Hot Dogs – Only 3 ingredients for these festive Halloween hotdogs!

Assemble ahead of time and pop in the oven after trick-or-treating. Ready in 20 minutes.

Everyone LOVES these fun spider hotdogs!

This is the perfect Halloween party recipe!

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Candy Corn White Chocolate Cookies

Candy Corn White Chocolate Chip Cookies – fun, festive Halloween themed cookies.

Shortening, bread flour, salt, sugar, brown sugar, eggs, vanilla, white chocolate chips, gel food coloring. Despite the name, there is no candy corn in the cookies. They are just tie-dyed orange, yellow, and white.

Seriously THE BEST cookie recipe!!!

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Monster Wraps

Make these monstrous wraps come to life with sliced Cheddar, olives, and cornichon pickles!

Use your favorite sandwich filling.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Mummy Donuts

Mummy Doughnuts – doctor up some powdered doughnuts for a quick Halloween breakfast idea – also great for classroom parties!

Only 3 ingredients and ready to eat in minutes.

Let the kids help decorate!

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Related: 40+ Best No Bake Halloween Treats

Cinnamon Bones

Cinnamon Bones – quick Halloween breakfast!

Use refrigerated cinnamon roll dough to make a quick and spooky breakfast! Only 1 ingredient and ready to eat in minutes.

Whip this up for your favorite goblin on Halloween morning!

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Boo Mix

Boo Mix – golden grahams, coco puffs, Reese’s pieces, peanuts and pretzels – a sweet & salty Halloween treat!

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Nutter Mummies

Nutter Mummies – decorate Nutter Butter cookies to look like mummies! So much fun for Halloween!!

Super easy to make and everyone loves these spooky cookies.

The perfect recipe for the kids to help with and make memories.

These treats are fun to make and even more fun to eat.

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Halloween Chex Mix

Halloween Chex Mix – Dangerously delicious! White chocolate-coated Chex mix with candy corn, pretzels, and chocolate. Sweet & salty in every bite!

This only takes a few minutes to make and tastes great.

Makes a great treat for the classroom and neighbors.

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Peanut Butter Candy Corn Crunchies

Peanut Butter Candy Corn Crunchies – peanut butter cookies with candy corn and corn flakes – dip in white chocolate and sprinkles to make extra festive!

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken

Spooky Halloween Brownies

Forget packets of sweets – if you want a real treat at Halloween, these decadent spooky brownies will do the trick. Both kids and adults will love them.

Get the recipe at BBC Good Food

Zombie Eyes (Halloween Meatballs)

Get the recipe at All Recipes

Chocolate Truffle Spiders in an Edible Web

These chocolate spiders move fast, so don’t waste any time grabbing one and gobbling it up. Their legs never stop moving, so you might want to take a bite out of them first. No worries, though — these spiders taste just like chocolate.

Get the recipe at She Knows

Spider Chocolate Chip Cookies

These cookies are so easy to make and are a fun Halloween treat.

You can choose to use a premade cookie dough or make your own from scratch with the recipe provided.

The spiders are simply Whoppers with piped-on chocolate legs.

Get the recipe at She Knows

Vampire Donuts

Get the recipe at She Knows

Pumpkin Hand Pies

Eat your favorite fall dessert anywhere.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Bloodshot Deviled Eyeballs

Whip up a batch of creamy deviled eggs and then turn them into eerie-looking “eyeballs” with a few simple additions: black olive slices for the pupils and thinly sliced pimiento for veins.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Stuffed Eyeballs

Rolled up meats and mozzarella has never been more spooky.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Mini Mummy Meatloaves

Sweet cherry tomatoes are hidden in the center of these mini-meat loaves, offering a welcome burst of juicy flavor when you take a bite.

Post Halloween, keep the recipe in rotation by piping the mashed potatoes as you would cupcake frosting.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Dracula’s Dentures

This Dracula Dentures recipe is made from chocolate chip cookies, marshmallows, almond slices, and a little red frosting.

These are a Halloween recipe that’s not only fun to look at but good to eat.

Get the recipe at The-Girl-Who-Ate-Everything

Poison Toffee Apples

These black Poison candy/ toffee apples are the ultimate wickedly sinister Halloween treat and will make an excellent centerpiece.

Get the recipe at Simply-Delicious-Food

Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares

Little white chocolate and marshmallow ghouls sit atop these cheesecake bars, which are the ideal dessert or addition to a buffet table around Halloween.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping

Halloween Oreo Cheesecake

This ghoulish cheesecake is the perfect way to celebrate Halloween this year! With an oozing strawberry centre, an Oreo base and a crunchy chocolate middle, it doesn’t get more delicious.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping

Spiced Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin soup is so easy to prepare and delicious too.

Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping

Severed Toes in Bandages

Think pigs in a blanket, with a twist!

Guests will love eating these baked cocktail franks wrapped in pie crust strips, with a sliced almond toenail inserted into one end of the digit.

Serve with blood-red ketchup for dipping.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Mummies in a Blanket

Edible eyes make this one spooky recipe.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl Cauldron

Impress guests with this crafty Halloween appetizer, which cleverly transforms pumpernickel bread, breadsticks and cream cheese into a basket, then fills it with a super-simple creamy spinach dip.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day

Hot Pepper Mummies

Serve these spooky (and spicy) snacks at a Halloween bash.

Get the recipe at Woman’s Day


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