At the start of every year, you probably tell yourself that this Halloween will be different. You’ll decorate your house in fancy props, your costume will blow everyone away. And yet, when the end of October does roll around, you don’t even have candy ready for the neighbourhood kids. Well, this time it can be different! Here are 10 super easy Halloween-style foods to get you pumped for the 31st. They’re quick, unique and bound to catch the eye of everyone on the block!
At first glance, this Halloween party food might look more gross than delicious! However, once you realise that these are actually lychee balls filled with blueberries and drizzled in raspberry sauce, you might change your mind.
It’s spooky and absolutely perfect as a Halloween decorative appetiser.
For a very literal take on the term ‘finger food’, try out this simple recipe and freak out all your guests! It only takes a sausage, onion and a little ketchup to perfect your human-looking treats.Credit: Jojoebi Designs
Halloween-style food doesn’t necessarily mean that every dish has to be scary-looking. If you want to opt for a tamer version of the theme, try out the multi-colour pancakes as a snack. That way, you’re keeping it PG while still sticking with the idea of Halloween. Plus, who doesn’t love some baked goods at a party?Credit: Cupcake Diaries Blog
When you think of pasta, you don’t often picture black noodles in your head. But for a Halloween party, this recipe will bound to shock some compliments and laughter from people as they try out your uncanny spin on spaghetti and meatballs!Credit: Sprinkles And Sprouts
Cupcakes are arguably the most loved finger food at a party, so why not switch it up for Halloween with these brain cakes for the guests? Simply bake any cupcake recipe of your choosing, and then get creative with the icing and decorations! Use a swirly pattern to create the effect of brains on your cakes, as well as fake blood and syringes as fun props to complete the look.Credit: Travel Cook Tell
Keeping it healthy can be really difficult during such a candy-filled holiday. However, it is still possible! Slice up some apples and strawberries to bring to life some monster faces for the kids. It’s nutritious and fun, making it perfect as a Halloween snackCredit: My Joy Filled Life
Zombie Brain Shots
We’ve had some ideas for the kids, now here’s one for the adults! Serve up some zombie brain shots and truly freak out the older partygoers on the 31st. Not only is it fun to look at, it’s tasty and one-of-a-kind too!Credit: Homemade Hooplah
Halloween Cheese Assortment
Cheese plates are always a must-have at any party. Why not for Halloween, too? Keep it on theme by adding in some warm toned snacks like mini pumpkins and hard biscuits. It’ll be delicious, easy and great for an Autumn-style party!Credit: Bless This Mess Please
Halloween Skull Platter
Although cheese plates are definitely fun, there will always be some vegetarians or vegans who can’t eat what’s on the platter. A solution for you would be to create a vegetable version of it! You can even arrange them into a spooky design like the cauliflower skull seen below. Add some vegan-friendly sauces to make sure everyone can have a good, tasty time with your snacks.Credit: The Right on Mom
Googly-eyed bowl snacks
Sometimes, picky eaters just want an option that’s suited to their unique tastes. This means finding snacks that are general and loved by all. Even so, these foods are hard to turn into Halloween-friendly decor. Try unloading a bag of chips into a glass bowl and sticking some googly-eyes onto the outside! It’ll be cute and fast, turning your plain chips into Halloween monsters in a second.Credit: CatchMyParty