Delicious food! We've rounded up the best Halloween food ideas that will take your gathering from 'meh' to 'marvelous.'
Spooky Halloween Deviled Eggs
A black tea marinade gives these deviled eggs a crackling web effect that's extra spooky.
Just like the apple cider doughnuts you know and love, but fit for a crowd. This cinnamon-sugar coated cake is perfect for serving alongside a mug of apple cider.
This cheesy dip is loaded with spice thanks to pepper jack cheese, along with bits of corn, black beans, and fresh jalapeño for an added kick.
These brownies are amazingly fudgy and chocolate-y on their own. Top them off with sprinkles, candy corn, and your favorite Halloween candy for the ultimate holiday treat.
Create a seasonal sweet charcuterie board with this pumpkin dip as the centerpiece! You can use apple slices, cookies, pretzels, and more for dipping.
The bright red candy coating on these apples is made from cinnamon candies, giving them a bit of heat. Perfect for any witch-themed party or fall get-together near Halloween.
Oreo lovers will appreciate this creepy twist on the classic cookie. Simply use red and green gel icing to make the creepy eyeball design.
These cheesy sliders are piled high with an herby, tomato-based ground turkey mixture. Add a good helping of green pesto and watch as it disappears.
There's something about the combination of sweet caramel and flaky sea salt that's simply divine! A popular choice at Ree's bakery in Pawhuska.
Swirls of purple and green candy melts turn simple graham crackers into a clever Halloween treat. Add fun sprinkles and candy eyes for more monster appeal.
Wake up on October 31 to a stack of these pumpkin pancakes! They're warm, comforting, and perfect for the chilly days of fall.
Whip up a big batch of this ghoulish goulash to fuel you up before a night of trick-or-treating. It's a one-pot stew made with noodles, ground, cheese, and sauce."