10 Halloween Food Ideas You Haven’t Tried Yet
Spiders, ghosts and monsters, oh my! Those are all things you'll find in a haunted house—and on your dinner table thanks to these simple Halloween food ideas.
Give finger food a new meaning with these gory goodies. To make the “nail,” simply scrape off a chunk at the tip of the hot dog, then add “blood” with a healthy drizzle of ketchup (the messier, the better!). Get the rest of our spookiest recipes here.
Carving pumpkins is fun, yes, but have you ever carved peppers? Start with one of these stuffed pepper recipes, then use a paring knife to cut out eyes and a mouth just like you would for a jack-o’-lantern.
October pizza night calls for this creative topping idea. Press a cookie cutter into slices of fresh mozzarella to make the ghost shapes, then use olives and sprigs of rosemary to make the spiders. Just avoid these common homemade pizza mistakes.
Put a creepy-crawly twist on everyone’s favorite peanut butter and jelly by cutting the sandwiches into circles and adding pretzel legs. Not in the mood for PB&J? Use one of these simple sandwich recipes instead.
There are plenty of fun fright night treats to whip up this season (just take a peek at this list of some of our favorites). But few are as easy as this trick. Just add food coloring to the water when you’re making pasta and voila!
Here’s a festive idea for your kid’s lunchbox (and a way to get them to eat more fruit). Peel a clementine, then slice a tiny strip of celery and stick it in the top as the stem. Want more school lunch ideas? Check out these kid-approved recipes.
Wake up your kids on October 31 with a stack of these spiderweb pancakes. Mix up a batch of batter (try one of these fall pancake recipes), then use a gallon resealable bag with the tip cut off to pipe your webs onto the griddle.
All you need for a Halloween-themed movie night is a bunch of horror flicks and a giant bowl of this monster-worthy mix. It’s a classic caramel corn recipe but with a ghoulish green twist (aka a few drops of food coloring).