Share:

Halloween Party Recipes

Host the creepiest party on the block with these Halloween party recipes, including pizza, punch, chili, desserts, apple cider, pretzels, caramel apples, popcorn balls, pumpkin mousse, pumpkin spice bread, snack mix and more.

Body Cubes

Body Cubes

Body Cubes

Go ahead--play with your food! The Taste of Home pros created this jiggly, creepy treat with Halloween fun in mind. —Taste of Home Food Styling Team, Greendale, Wisconsin

Hot Dog Mummies with Honey Mustard Dip

Hot Dog Mummies with Honey Mustard Dip

Hot Dog Mummies with Honey Mustard Dip

These flaky mummy sandwiches are instant party hits! The accompanying mustard dip adds just the right kick.

Cupcake Mummy

Cupcake Mummy

Cupcake Mummy

Wrap up Halloween fun with these frightfully frosted goodies. Once you take that first bite, it's impossible to stop eating! —Karen Tack, Riverside, Connecticut
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT

Werewolf Brownies

Werewolf Brownies

Werewolf Brownies

Decorating these creatures couldn't be easier—even the kids can get in on the fun. Just make sure they don't wolf them down before the party starts! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Eat 'em Up Pasta Shells

Eat 'em Up Pasta Shells

Eat 'em Up Pasta Shells

Kids will have no trouble gobbling up these silly monster pasta shells.

Candy Corn Ice Cream Sandwiches

Candy Corn Ice Cream Sandwiches

Candy Corn Ice Cream Sandwiches

Get a head start on these sandwich cookies by shaping and chilling the homemade dough ahead of time. When you're ready, just slice and bake the tricolor treats, then spread with ice cream, assemble and freeze. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Witch-in-the-Moonlight Cheesecake

Witch-in-the-Moonlight Cheesecake

Witch-in-the-Moonlight Cheesecake

Make this ominous cheesecake the highlight of your Halloween buffet. Guests will love what is hidden inside: a fudgy filling. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Day of the Dead Cookies

Day of the Dead Cookies

Day of the Dead Cookies

I make these almond butter cookies for all occasions. In the spring, I cut them in flower shapes and insert a lollipop stick in them to make a bouquet. Using candies, food coloring and a wild imagination, try your hand at this Halloween-inspired version. —Kristine Fossmeyer, Huntley, Illinois

Finger Sandwiches

Finger Sandwiches

Finger Sandwiches

You can also tuck the carrots inside two slices of bread, so they stick out both ends of the sandwich. Cool and creepy! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Vampire Killer

Vampire Killer

Vampire Killer

If you're going to hang with vampires, you're going to need a strong drink. A little garlic helps, too! —Taste of Home Food Styling Team

Turnover In Your Grave Pies

Turnover In Your Grave Pies

Turnover In Your Grave Pies

This sweet treat takes just 10 minutes to prepare, meaning you'll have more time to celebrate the occasion with your family. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT