I've got a range of Halloween party food ideas lined up for this year's spooky celebrations. From sweet Halloween treats to healthy ones, drinks and even a few Halloween dinner ideas. Scroll on for all of the goodness my friend!
With some green food colouring, edible eye candies and a few extras, these freakish Frankenstein Halloween treats will go down… well, a treat!
A sweet fun way to add some colour to your spooky spread.
Dip marshmallows into green chocolate, allow to dry. Then for the hair, dip into cocoa melts and add chocolate sprinkles. Add some candy eyes and draw the rest of your Frankenstein face with an editable marker.
Another really fun looking Halloween party food treat. And they're easy, what's not to love?!
Simply add coloured candy melts to Krispies treats, add candy eyeballs and a few sprinkles. Now you're in for a monster good time.
The forks in these eyeballs add a fun twist to the traditional cake pop!
Use candy melts, sprinkles, green M&Ms finishing off with candy eyes for this spooky treat.
The bright colours against this black cake look amazing!
Such a cute cake, this would also be great for a Monster Birthday party!
This cake gives me the creeps! But that's the whole point isn't it?! The perfect addition for your Halloween party and so easy to put your own spin on it.
Not only does this cake look like a lot of spooky fun but I would also love to taste the layers of spiced pumpkin and moist chocolate cake.
Create these scary monster strawberries by slicing a hole in each strawberry. Cover with chocolate and then use a piping bag to create little tiny teeth. Crumble Oreos over the green icing.
These spooky cupcakes are made using yoghurt covered pretzels, marshmallows, straws and an editable marker for the face.
Add some sophistication to your Halloween with these gorgeous kitty cupcakes. The gold sugar makes these cakes stand out from the rest!
I always have to throw in easy options, of which you need when you're planning a party, right?! Another important aspect that I love when cooking for my family (of which Erin has covered) are gluten-free and vegan options.
Now I thought I had enough cakes here but I just couldn't pass these fun cauldron cupcakes up! How cute and colourful are they?!
A great healthy treat that is easy to make. Simply cut the bananas and stick candy eyes. The kids will love them!
Dip pretzels into orange chocolate, use a toothpick to add some greenery and a chocolate chip at the top for the stem. Decorate with orange sprinkles if you like. I'm a little undecided if these should belong in the Healthy section of this post buuuttt… semi-healthy maybe?
Everyone loves watermelon (well everyone it seems aside from my 4 year old!). This is an easy and impressive healthy option for your Halloween party food.
You'll find a few delicious treats on this Halloween platter.
A colourful, fun and healthy Halloween option!
Add a spooktacular twist to this 7 layer taco dip. Use a piping bag filled with sour cream to draw a spider web then add a plastic spider.
Simply cut cheese to look like teeth and add olives for eyes. You could even get creative with tomato sauce for blood.
Cut olives to create little spiders on your mini pizzas.
How easy are these? Spread some tomato or pizza sauce over a slice of bread, cut thin lines from a slice of cheese and add olives for eyes.
All those pasta lovers can still get their dose of carbs with this fun eyeball pasta. To make this creation, use string cheese, olives, spinach pasta and your fave spaghetti sauce.
Carve a pumpkin face from a cheese slice and you have the perfect Halloween party burgers.
These are so adorable and easy too! My boys love meatballs so I'll be putting this one on my list for sure.
Made with mint choc chip ice cream, these milkshakes look delicious! Drip melted chocolate for extra effect.
With it's gummy worms, this drink looks like a heap of fun, the kiddos will love it!
It doesn't get any cooler than a glowing Halloween drink! Holly's secret to the glow is a black light and tonic water.
Let's change it up with a nice warm drink. The dripping red sugar blood on the glass makes this fun (without it being too creepy) that you will look forward to this nice warm drink.
This drink just looks amazing, doesn't it?! This cocktail has Gin, Blue Curacao, lemon juice and soda water. For that beautiful blue colour, you will need to follow the instructions from Alyssa (below).
Make these Jello shots by substituting half of the water with vodka. You could also create alcohol-free cups. The eyeballs are gummies which are the sort of thing that is easy to find at Halloween.
I hope you enjoyed this roundup of Halloween party food ideas! It's so much fun to add a scary twist on our favourite foods.