5 Spooky Halloween Recipes
Updated: Nov 25, 2019
Halloween is right around the corner, and it's our favorite time of the year! From the costumes to the decorations we love it all. What better way to celebrate than with Halloween themed recipes? These recipes are great for both adults and kids, and are extremely easy to make. We hope they get you in the Halloween spirit!
1. Shrunken Potato Heads with Slime Dip
This shrunken potato head recipe is gorgeously ghoulish. Great as a side dish, everyone will love dunking the heads in a creepy avocado slime. All you need to do is cut and bake the potatoes and whip up the slime dip. It doesn’t get easier than that! Click here for full recipe and ingredient list.
2. Jalapeno Popper Mummies
This recipe will be an instant hit in your home during Halloween. Cute, spooky, and delicious, what more could you want? These little Halloween Jalapeno Popper Mummies are so easy to make that you might want to make two batches because these will most likely go quickly. All this recipe calls for is jalapenos, cream cheese, and crescent rolls (the pre-made ones). They are the perfect addition to your Halloween appetizers spread or to bring to a Halloween party. Click here for recipe details.
3. Halloween Muddy Buddies
This recipe is the perfect treat for a party or as a fun snack, and will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. The peanut butter & chocolate muddy buddies are combined with candy corn Hershey’s pieces, orange Twix, sprinkles, edible eyeballs and skull licorice. It's a great, simple recipe where all you need to do is combine the ingredients. Plus its great for sharing too! Click here for full details.
4. Vampire’s Kiss Cocktail
This adult drink is perfect for Halloween and is appropriately decorated to let you partake in the festivities. It’s a very straightforward cocktail based off a popular Spanish drink that combines red wine and cola. It's topped with edible gold dust and dry iceto complete its creepy cocktail look! Click here for details.
5. Oreo Witches Hat
How festive are these Oreo witch hats? This recipe calls for Oreo's, chocolate, and strawberries, what’s not to love? This recipe is so easy that the whole family can join in to help make it. To get the full recipe click here.
We hope you have a wonderful Halloween!