50 Halloween Party Snacks That Are Easy To Make

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Halloween is around the corner and are you snooping around for some tasty recipes for treats? You are at the right place, then. This article will be your guide in letting you know about 50 snacks that you can try if you are the host of a Halloween party.

Halloween is that time of the year when you want to try everything new. Be it costumes, food or theme parties, you always want to intrigue your guests with unique, mysterious and mouth watering treats. 

If you are open to experimenting, I am sure you are going to love the recipes I have enlisted for you. Let us wait no more and start talking about the 50 best Halloween party snacks that you must try!

50 Sweet and Savory Halloween Snacks

Here are 10 recipes for snacks that can satisfy even the most finicky guests:

1. Devil’s Food Cake Bites with Cream Cheese Frosting

These Devil’s Food Cake Bites are the perfect bite-sized treat for a Halloween party. They’re made with a devil’s food cake base and layers of cream cheese frosting, making for a delicious and decadent snack.

These are perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth, and they’re also great for sharing with friends.

2. Pumpkin Spice Snack Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

This pumpkin spice snack cake is perfect for the autumn season. It’s made with a light and fluffy cake base and layers of cream cheese frosting, making it a moist and flavorful treat.

The pumpkin spice flavor is perfect for the season, and it’s sure to be a hit with your family and friends.

3. Spooky Sugar Cookies

There’s something about spooky sugar cookies that just gets us in the Halloween spirit! Maybe it’s the fun shapes and decorations, or the fact that they’re just a little bit sweeter than your average cookie.

They’re made with a chocolate cookie base and layers of sugar cookie frosting. Whatever the reason, you’ll never tire of these festive treats!

4. Fruit Medley Snack Bars

Looking for a healthy, delicious snack? Look no further than fruit medley snack bars! These bars are packed with an assortment of dried fruits and nuts, providing a perfect balance of sweetness and crunch.

Try these bars this Halloween? You can get the ingredients at promotional prices at Walmart!

5. Pumpkin Spice Hot Cocoa

This rich and creamy treat is perfect for chilly evenings or after a day spent outdoors in the crisp autumn air. Made with real pumpkin puree, spices like cinnamon and nutmeg, and milk or cream, pumpkin spice hot cocoa is a true taste of fall.

Just simmer milk or cream with pumpkin puree and spices until warmed through, then add your favorite chocolate. Top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon or pumpkin spice, and enjoy!

6. Devil’s Food Brownies

These brownies are a rich and delicious treat that are perfect for Halloween. Devil’s Food Brownies are made with a chocolate cake mix, and are filled with a chocolate frosting.

They are then topped with a chocolate ganache, and are finished off with a sprinkle of chocolate chips. These brownies are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth, and will have everyone asking for more.

7. Spooky Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting

These spooky sugar cookies are perfect for a Halloween party. They are made with a sugar cookie dough, and then frosted with a delicious cream cheese frosting.

The cookies are then decorated with spooky Halloween sprinkles. These sugar cookies are sure to be a hit with everyone at the party!

8. Ghost Finger Cookies

Ghost finger cookies are a delicious and easy-to-make treat that are perfect for the spooky season. Made with ingredients like unsalted butter at room temperature, granulated sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, all-purpose flour, baking powder, and salt, they are a snap to prepare and will be sure to please your guests.

9. Pumpkin Spice Cake Pops

These pumpkin spice cake pops are perfect for fall. They are made with a pumpkin spice cake mix, and are then coated in a vanilla candy coating. They are decorated with orange and black sprinkles, and are perfect for Halloween parties or any fall event.

10. Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Cake Pops

The perfect fall treat, these pumpkin spice chocolate cake pops are made with a rich, chocolate cake base and are flavored with pumpkin spice and chocolate chips.

These cake pops are then dipped in a white chocolate coating and decorated with fall-themed sprinkles. They are perfect for Halloween parties, Thanksgiving gatherings, or any other fall event! And you can get your grocery essentials this Halloween from Promotons at highly subsidized prices.

11. Halloween Deviled Eggs

Fan of deviled eggs? Then get ready to do some adornment and the perfect savory snack named halloween deviled eggs are ready. Eggs are cut into half and the yolk is taken out.

A blend of mayonnaise, mustard, salt, and pepper is added to the yolk for the yolk mixture. There can be many decorations and toppings you can use – yellow mummies, orange pumpkins and purple one-eyed monsters.

12. Skull Pizzadillas

Be sure to scare your guests with these spooky skull pizzadillas. These are made using tortilla chips, green wraps and mozzarella cheese.

Carve two holes in each of the tortillas and green wraps. These are baked after mozzarella cheese is sprinkled over them. These are served with marinara sauce or pesto.

13. Dip-Dyed Donuts

Dip-dyed donuts are basically donuts with a spooky glaze. The donuts are made of purpose flour, pumpkin pie spice, baking powder, baking soda, kosher salt, pumpkin puree, sugar, canola oil, whole milk, vanilla extract and eggs.

The glaze is made using egg whites, cream of tartar, sugar and coloring agents. 

14. Mummy Jalapeño Poppers

Mummy jalapeno poppers are one of the cutest yet scariest snacks that will surely make your guests go aww! The seeds of jalapeno peppers are taken out.

A mixture of cream cheese, cheddar cheese and Cajun seasoning is spread on jalapeno peppers and also used for stuffing. Few strips of the same mixture is used to wrap around the peppers to make them look like a mummy. These are then baked and served.

15. Halloween Cookies

Halloween cookies are easy to make and delicious Halloween snacks you ought to try. These are made using all purpose flour, black cocoa powder, baking soda, baking powder, salt, sugar, cornstarch, butter, vanilla extract, and chocolate chips.

Use some candy eyeballs on these cookies for that cutest scare!

16. Meringue Ghost Tarts

Meringue ghost tarts are made using tart shells, and meringue ghosts. Tart shells are prepared using wafer cookies and melted butter. A filling made of chocolates, butter, cream, chocolate chips and caramel sauce is equally divided over the tart shells.

Ghosts are made using egg whites, sugar and cream of tartar. Meringue is spooned over tarts and chocolate chips are used as eyes.

17. Red Velvet Cookies

How can you miss a red-colored snack at a Halloween party? Red velvet cookies are perfect for it. These are made using oreo cookies, cake flour, all-purpose flour, eggs, sugar, vanilla extract, cocoa powder, cornstarch, baking powder and red liquid food coloring.

These have a tasty chocolate flavor and a chewy texture. 

18. Chocolate Skeleton Cookie Cupcakes

Chocolate skeleton cookie cupcakes are made using vanilla cupcakes, vanilla buttercream, chocolate skeleton cookies and pink or green-colored candies.

After baking cupcakes, these are frosted with vanilla buttercream with candies sprinkled over it. Chocolate skeleton cookies are then inserted into these cupcakes. 

19. Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Time to haunt the snacks corner with pumpkin cheesecake bars! The crust of these bars is made using Graham cracker crumbs, cream cheese, sugar, all-purpose flour, whipping cream and eggs.

The filling is prepared by blending the prepared mix with pumpkin puree, sour cream, spices and vanilla extract. It is then baked and cooled. Pipe whipped cream onto the bars in circular motion and use chocolate chips for eyes.

20. Black Cat Cookies

Don’t have a kitty cat cookie cutter at home? Time to buy one, you guys. Black cat cookies are made using cocoa powder, all purpose flour, unsalted butter, sugar, egg, vanilla extract, all purpose flour, dark cocoa powder and salt.

These cookies are baked and then decorated with chocolate chips and candy-coated sunflower seeds of green and yellow colors.

21. Witch Cupcakes

Witch cupcakes are prepared using the ingredients such as sugar cones, cream cheese frosting, green food coloring, green cupcake icing, chocolate coating, candy eyes and cupcakes.

After the cupcakes are baked, a pack of candies are melted to make the witch hats by brushing the chocolate onto the cones. These cones are then pressed into chocolate circles and the witch hats are ready! You can use black licorice twizzlers as witch hair.

22. Halloween Cake Pops

Halloween cake pops are easy-to-make halloween treats that will entice the kids in your party for sure. These are made using yellow cakes, vanilla frosting and orange candy melting wafers.

Black nonpareils, black sanding sugar and orange nonpareils can be used for decorating. 

23. Mummy Cupcakes

Mummy cupcakes are prepared using cupcakes which are made of cake mix, water, eggs and oil. Once these are baked and cooled, pipe strands of frosting on the top and bottom of cupcakes, exposing the middle of an oval shape.

Pipe two dots in the middle of the cupcake for the eyes and keep two chocolate chips on these dots.

24. Bat Sandwich Cookies

Bat sandwich cookies are perfect for a creative yet tasty treat in a Halloween party. Pick up a bat cookie cutter, first. Prepare the dough for cookies using butter, flour, sugar, eggs, salt, baking soda and black cocoa powder.

Cool the dough and press it flat. Carve the cookies using the cutter and bake them. Top the cookies with ice cream.  

25. Moss Cookies

Moss cookies have the magical power to recreate the ambience of a spooky forest. These are made using all-purpose flour, baking powder, unsalted butter, granulated sugar, moss- and leaf-green gel food coloring, egg, vanilla extract, and buttercream.

Once the cookies are baked, decorate them with tint green frosting.

26. Halloween Cheddar Poppy Moon Crackers

Halloween cheddar poppy moon crackers are made using all-purpose flour, cornmeal, baking powder, salt, butter, cheddar cheese, water and eggs.

After baking the crackers with the prepared dough, cut them into crescent shapes and brush them with egg wash. Sprinkle salt over the crackers and you are all set to serve them.

27. Fossil Cookies

Fossil cookies are perfect snacks if you have somebody like Ross from F.R.I.E.N.D.S in your party. These are made of walnuts, all-purpose flour, salt, unsalted butter, sugar, and vanilla extract. Create some fossil impressions on the dough. Freeze, bake and cool the cookies!

28. Scary-Simple Meringue Bones

With just four ingredients, you get simple meringue bones that are scary enough for a party! They are made using egg whites, cream of tartar, sugar and vanilla extract.

Bake the meringue after piping bone shapes. Cool the cookies and serve them.

30. I See You Halloween Snack Mix

I See You Halloween snack mix is made of cereal, almond butter, butter, chocolate chips, vanilla and salt. Use candy eyes and chocolate chips for decorating on top of the coated cereal.

31. Green Matcha Popcorn

Ready to have some fun with popcorn in your party? Get a bag of popcorn and mix it with some sugar and matcha powder. The vibrant green-colored snack is ready to fill your party with a dashing look!

32. Boo-Scotti

Boo-Scotti is a snack made of sugar, eggs, butter, all-purpose flour, vanilla extract, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and peanuts. After the dough is set, flatten it into pieces of log and coat with melted candies.

33. Pumpkin Cheesecake Ghosts

Using some wafer cookies, you can make some delicious Halloween treats. Pumpkin cheesecake ghosts are made using cream cheese, butter, sugar, eggs, all-purpose flour, salt, pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice.

Onto the crust, make an S shape using a spoon of cream cheese and bake it. After it is cooled down, you can use chocolate chips as eyes and mouth.

34. Frankenstein Wraps

This sandwich is shaped like a monster and is made of ham and tortillas. Frankenstein wraps make use of green flour tortillas, ham, cheddar cheese, Swiss cheese and blueberries.

You can cut cheddar cheese and use the strips as the hair, mouth and face. Celery stick in between the wraps to make it look like a Frankenstein’s head.

35. Mummy Pumpkin Hand Pies

Mummy pumpkin hand pies are made of puff pastry and pumpkin pie filling. Puff pastries are cut into shapes of rectangles and are filled with pumpkin filling. Fold these shapes into mummies using egg wash. Tuck in the candy eyes on top of the mummy and bake them.

36. Snake Breadsticks

What is more scarier than a bunch of snakes looking at you? Snake breadsticks are made using yeast, warm water, olive oil, flour and salt. The dough is then rolled and twisted using a wooden stick to get the shape of a snake.

Bake the dough and after cooling, splash a spoon of water and food coloring. You can use either black olives or orange bell peppers to give eyes to the snake. You can use garlic sauce or marinara to dip your little snacks!

37. Blood Drip Cupcakes

Blood drip cupcakes are made of all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, malt powder, sugar, coffee, baking soda, baking powder, salt, eggs, butter and vanilla extract.

The glass candy used on top for decoration is made of corn syrup, sugar, cream of tartar and water. Use red food coloring gel for that blood-chilling garnish!

38. Mummy Hot Dogs

How can you miss the classic Halloween treat that is mummy hot dogs? These are made of hot dogs and crescent roll dough. The dough is cut into strips and wrapped around hot dogs leaving a slight gap. You can use candies as eyes and there is no doubt that the kids will love these!

39. Ghost S’ Mores Dip

Looking for a last-minute dessert to impress your guests? Here is ghost s’mores dip for you. It makes of

40. Jack Skellington Candy Apples

These apples are much easier to create than you might think. Be sure to measure out the coconut oil before adding. 1 tablespoon per cup of chocolate creates the perfect consistency for a smooth and dippable chocolate that dries nicely. 

41. Ghostly Pizza

How can you miss the ghostly pizza in the Halloween dinner table? You can use store-bought pizza crust, pizza sauce and shape olives like spiders and cheese like ghosts. Tell me who could resist relishing this intriguing pizza!

42. Spooky Spinach Dip in Bread Bowl Cauldron

Your guests at the Halloween party will be blown away by this crafty appetizer that comprises a cauldron made using bread, breadsticks and cream cheese. And what’s brewing inside the beaky cauldron? The tasty spinach dip!

43. Smokey Pumpkin Deviled Eggs

What if I tell you that you don’t need a pumpkin to make this snack? You are just going to fool your guests by using butternut squash puree and make it look like an actual pumpkin.

Set the filling of the puree on top of deviled eggs and add smoked paprika for that smoky flavor. You can use celery stalk or cornichon as the pumpkin stem.

44. Bite-Size Eyeballs

Have a packet of pastry puffs? You can turn them into a truly Halloween-based appetizer with slices of cucumber and olives and the enticing taste of Sriracha sauce.

45. Spooky Forest Pudding Cups

Heighten your dessert table with chocolate trees which are soiled in a chocolate pudding. I am sure you will not have a hard time attracting the kids to these “trees”. You know what’s the best? You can invite the kids to decorate the trees using sprinkles and make it a fun game.

46. Mummy Meatball

Mummy meatballs are one of the festive snacks that you can completely rely on to brighten the mood of Halloween. These are made using homemade or store-bought meatballs. The meatballs are wrapped in crescent roll dough and then baked.

What about the terrifying eyes? Cut an olive and pour two small drops of marinara sauce over it and stick it over the meatballs.

47. Mummy Brie

If this doesn’t rank as the best appetizer in a Halloween snack party, I don’t know what else will. Mummy brie is a classic puff pastry that is baked with a filling made of cheese, sugar and cinnamon. You can add craisins or pecans as eyes and chances are that you might be scared by mummy brie more than Annabelle!

48. Black Car, Bat, Spider and Mice Doughnuts

It is the era of creativity and halloween is the perfect time to try it all out. Bake some donuts on your own or go for store-bought donuts. You can use chocolate wafer cookies as the wings for bat-shaped donuts.

Dip the donuts in dark chocolate and use candy corn for the most adorable blood-sucking teeth.

49. Jack O’Lantern Rice Crispy Treats

Jack O’Lantern rice crispy treats are easy-to-make snacks made of marshmallows, rice krispies and orange food coloring. You can also use a pumpkin cookie cutter if you want these treats in an adorable size. Candy corn for eyes and melted chocolate for mouths….can this get any better?

50. Ghost Pizza Bagels

Looking forward to haunt your guests? Grab a plate of cheese pizza ghosts. These are made of English muffins, pizza sauce, and sliced mozzarella cheese. You can use black olives or orange bell peppers as eyes.

Final Word

That was all about the best 50 sweet and savory snacks that you can proudly present to your guests in a Halloween party. There might be some more in the list that you know about. Why don’t you tell me about them in the comments sections?

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