20 Spooky Halloween Party Food Recipes to Impress Your Guests

I absolutely love Halloween! I’ve always loved monsters and ghosts and all the spooky decorations and themed food that you get with Halloween…the only problem is that I’m Australian.

We don’t really celebrate Halloween here. Up until a few years ago, nobody in our town ever went trick-or-treating – and by the time people did start doing it, I was too old to be walking round town dressed as a monster, begging for sweets.

That aside, I still love to celebrate the spooky holiday (even if it’s not a holiday here) in my own way.

So today I’ve rounded up the very best Halloween treats, drinks and deliciously scary party food to help you celebrate the spooky season too! So without further ado, let’s get into it!

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Mummy Dogs from I Heart Nap Time

Mummy Dogs are my favourite thing to make for Halloween! My sister and I love them and they’re so easy to whip up. Kids and adults alike will be lining up for these bad boys.

Graveyard Mousse by Spice Cravings

This no-bake, fuss free chocolate graveyard mousse is rich, decadent and silky smooth. Topped with chocolate biscuit ‘dirt’ and vanilla biscuit ‘tombstones’ this dessert is sure to impress.

Spider Cupcakes by Mom Foodie

Aren’t these spider cakes cute?! Edible fondant spiders are placed on top of chocolate cupcakes for a great Halloween treat for any age! Want to make these even easier? Then simply use a packet cake mix.

Non-Alcoholic Blood Bags by Finding Zest

Wow all your Vampire guests with these clever ‘blood’ bags! These fake I.V bags are super clever and you can get them right here.


Spider Cookies
by What A Girl Eats

These cookies are a fun, homemade treat for Halloween. And the delicious combination of peanut butter and chocolate is a match made in heaven.

Eyeball Toffee Apples by Chewable Structures

Is there anything more iconic than a toffee apple at Halloween? It’s a classic treat that I feel is a must at any Halloween party and if you want to try your hand at making your own then this is your ultimate guide.

Raspberry Mummy Pies by Veggie Desserts

Get into the Halloween spirit with these adorable Mummy Pies. Easy and delicious, these pies are readily adaptable to suit your taste preferences by simply switching up the fillings!


Cheesy Monster Dip
by Easy Cooking With Molly

Is it really a party without dip? I’m not sure, but just in case you better check this recipe out. This easy monster dip is ready in 15 minutes, gluten free and can be made in both oven or stovetop.

Banana Mummy Pops by Lemon & Zest

Looking for a fun and easy treat to make with the kids this Halloween? Well, you don’t get much easier than these banana mummy pops. They’re also great if your trying to avoid the traditional sugar high this year because the kids will love them.

Boozy Graveyard Pudding by Tipsy Chicken

Sorry kiddos’ but this one is adults only. These make ahead boozy puddings get the Halloween treatment with a graveyard look, complete with worms and tombstone.

Jelly Brain by Simply Happy Foodie

This jelly is both gross and awesome at the same time! It’s the perfect make ahead dessert that’s a real show stopper, and all you need is a mold like this.

Bat Doughnuts by The Simple Sweet Life

Chocolate doughnuts? Yes, please! These Halloween bat doughnuts are every bit as easy as they are sweet. Perfect for your next Halloween party.

Frankinstein Suckers by Crayons & Cravings

Lollipops are a Halloween staple. Well, now you can impress your guest with your very own homemade Frankenstein Suckers, and don’t worry; they’re so much easier than you think!

Pretzel Cheese Witch Brooms by Meaningful Eats

These bite sized witch broomsticks are an easy, healthy Halloween snack the kids will love! Made in minutes, with absolutely so cooking involved!

Halloween Sugar Cookies by Partylicious

Who doesn’t love beautifully decorated sugar biscuits? They’re such a great thing to make with the kids and are a real crowd pleaser! You can make them in various shapes, but for Halloween, I like these.

Halloween Brownie Bites by Practically Homemade

As if you need an excuse like Halloween to have brownies. Perfect for any decorating novice, these spooky goodies won’t last long on the dessert table.

Halloween Sushi by The Chopstick Chronicles

These mini sushi balls make a great finger food and will be a hit with all your guests! They’re so much easier to make than regular sushi and require a lot less skill and equipment! Decorating them gets them ready for Halloween and makes them that much cuter!

Witch Hat Cupcakes by The Simple Sweet Life

There’s no fondant needed with this recipe because these awesome witch hat cupcakes are pure icing goodness! These cake are a real crowd pleaser and oh so cute.

Halloween Almond Cookies by Meaningful Eats

Gluten Free cookies anyone? Who said celiacs need to miss out on all the fun? These GF almond cookies will be a real hit at your Halloween party, and these cute little cookie cutters will make the perfect shapes every time.

Peanut Butter Apple Monster Teeth by Meaningful Eats

Halloween is the time for sweets, sugar and stuffing our mouths with every lolly under the sun, right? Well if you’re looking for a different option, something that may not give you instant cavities, then you’ll love these cute little apple monster teeth! They’re three ingredients and incredibly easy!


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