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Do you have any fun Halloween food recipes?

It’s that time again! When everyone is finalizing their costumes and planning the last details of their Halloween Party. We noticed our community asking for yummy treats or tasty food recipes for the scary holiday. We thought we’d help! So we’re asking YOU, share with the community a few of your favorite recipes. We can’t wait to taste them!

50 Responses to Do you have any fun Halloween food recipes?

  • Private I says:

    Ghoulish Ghost Cakes

    1 1/2 stick unsalted butter, plus extra for greasing
    3/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon superfine sugar
    1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
    3 large eggs
    1 1/2 cup self rising flour
    cornstarch for dusting
    1 x 24 ounce package white rolled fondant icing
    pink food coloring
    1 tube black writing icing

    Preheat the oven to 350 F. Beat together the sugar, butter and vanilla essence until light and fluffy. Add one egg at a time with a tablespoon of flour for each egg. Beat well and fold in the remaining flour. Spoon into a popover pan till just over half full. Or you could use individual mini cake molds. Bake at 350 F. for 20 minutes. Remove from the oven and leave to cool. Cut the top of the cakes off to form a flat surface and then turn out onto a board or plate. Leave until completely cold. Roll out the white icing on a surface dusted with cornflour and cut out 12 X 6 inch circles (can use a saucer as a guide). Drape these over the sponge cakes to form ghost figures. From the trimmings color about one third of the icing pink and use a mini cutter to cut out some tiny white oval shapes or roll out some tiny balls of white icing into oval shapes . Dampen them with a little water and stick them onto the front of the ghost. Use a blob of black Writing Icing for the pupils of the eyes.

  • Boom Chakka Lakka says:

    watermelon and cornbread with purple kool aid frosting

  • Shawn says:

    An easy way to carbonate your punch bowl, and make it a foggy Halloween brew at the same time, is to add a bunch of dry ice.

  • English Cowgirl ? says:

    Every year for Halloween we make Goblin feet!! 🙂

    Half package (7 ounces) green meltable candy wafers
    peanut butter cookies, such as Nutter Butter brand
    cashew halves

    1.Follow the instructions on the candy wafer package to melt the wafers in a wide bowl. For each goblin foot, hold the edge of a cookie and dip it in the melted candy.

    2.Place the cookie on a sheet of waxed paper and use a spoon to smooth the candy over the spot your fingers covered.

    3.Place three cashew halves on the cookie for claws. (The candy may need to cool a minute or two for it to be stiff enough to hold the nuts in place.) Let the cookies set at room temperature.

    They are really good! 😛

  • Haz1976554 says:

    Cookie Monster cupcakes ^^
    Hello Kitty Cookies ^^
    Human centipide crackers….o.o

  • Brittnee says:

    I found this website and I think this will be mighty helpful! Good Luck(:

  • Katie C says:

    Candy corn carmel apples

    just melt or microwave candy corn and it becomes like carmel even almost tastes like it!

  • Amy Flewer says:

    Hey Yahoo! I’m going as a character from the hunger games series (love it!), named clove. So, I’m going to be eating this fun recipe: http://www.fictionalfood.net/2011/08/lamb-stew-with-dried-plums-take-2/

    That is given to Katniss at the capitol, as well as:

    For desert

    Happy hunger games!And may the odds be ever in your favor!
    Amy Flewer:)

  • Moldovan says:

    I don’t celebrate halloween!

  • I ? guineapigs says:

    Carmel apple
    You will need
    carmel chocolate
    A fondue pot

    How to make
    Melt about a bag full of carmel squares or a chocolate bar in a fondue pot
    Stir with spoon until melted
    Put apple in carmel or chocolate
    roll on candy
    Stab on fork or a stick

  • Shay says:

    Pumpkin pie, but I’m not telling you the recipe 😀

  • Jamie says:

    cupcakes that look like spiders

  • LADY says:

    Ghost Cupcakes:

    Make chocolate cupcakes, cool and carefully core out the centers…save the tops. Freeze everything for 2 hours. Put a small scoop of vanilla ice cream into the center of each cupcake, return the tops to them and cover with whipped cream. Add chocolate chips for eyes. freeze again. Happy Halloween!

  • goodellaa says:

    Pumpkin seeds can be baked. Spread thin on foil in an oven. Not too much salt for us old folks, please.

  • Sacha says:

    Ok, I am not sure how to make these, sorry, what I mean is I made them when I was young, and I remember them being delicious. But chocolate cornflake cake is the business

  • Vicky says:

    I was in charge of the treats for the customers (and their kids) at the retail store that I used to work at.

    My favorite was the punch bowl.
    You can use any punch recipe. But the Halloween specialty was making frozen hands to float in the punch. I use disposable latex gloves filled with pink lemonade. Freeze them well in advance, and remove the glove before floating the ice hands.

    Tasty Finger cookies ( http://allrecipes.com/recipe/spooky-witches-fingers/detail.aspx?src=3822_1 ) along side of the punch are a big hit with kids.

    Savory little "Mummies" can be made with hot dogs and crescent dough.

    I also have made deviled eggs look like scarey eyeballs. See photos here for some ideas.

  • Mew says:

    Chocolate cupcakes with white and red icing.Then decorate it like a mummy!!(white icing for the mummy wrapping and red icing for the eyes))

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  • Christine says:

    Dirt Pudding

    Make instant chocolate pudding. Prepare a clean, new flower pot (clay is good) by taping the hole shut in the bottom. Pour in the pudding, adding gummy worms as you go. Smooth down the top (so no one knows there are gummy worms inside) and sprinkle it with crumbled oreo cookies (looks like potting soil). Add a plastic flower in the center and use it for the centerpiece of your table,until it’s time to serve it up! A little shocker that you’re spooning dirt onto their plate, and eeeeekkkk! What’s that inside? Worms????!!!!!

  • Sandra S. says:

    Creepy Halloween Cookies..

    Here’s link, It’s Fun.. – http://www.canadianliving.com/food/cookies/creepy_halloween_cookies.php


  • homesick alien says:

    Halloween Cupcakes

    Creepy-Crawly Cupcakes

    12 chocolate-frosted chocolate cupcakes
    1/2 cup white chocolate chip
    Red food coloring
    Blue food coloring
    Light corn syrup
    Hot water
    1 cup of chow mein noodles
    1/2 cup chocolate cookie wafer crumbs
    Start with a dozen chocolate-frosted chocolate cupcakes. Then make the worm topping by melting 1/2 cup white chocolate chips in a microwave for 1 minute and stirring them until smooth.
    Stir in 5 drops of red food coloring, 1 drop of blue food coloring, and 1 tablespoon each of light corn syrup and hot water. Gently fold in 1 cup of chow mein noodles until they are evenly coated.
    Scoop the mixture onto waxed paper and use two forks to separate the noodles into individual worms or smaller clumps.
    Allow about 20 minutes for the coating to set. Meanwhile, sprinkle the cupcakes with chocolate cookie wafer crumbs (1/2 cup should be plenty for one dozen) and gently press them into the frosting. When the worms are ready, arrange them on top.

  • Amanda says:

    here is a good website totalrecipesearch.com

  • Go AZ says:

    We serve multi-colored veggie/potato chips, with pureed salsa – and call it "Dried Dragon Scales and Spicy Blood Dip"

    I also serve Haricot Verts with toasted almonds and a butter sauce (green beans Almondine) and call it "Green Caterpillars with Flies’ Wings".

  • bassmasta says:

    You take water and put it in a cup, add some orange food coloring, tadah.

  • KRIEGAR says:

    Gummy worms frozen in ice, and floated in the punch bowl.

    Any chip dip drizzled with ketchup and called brain, pus, etc.

    Frozen juice on a stick with gummy creatures inside.

  •  ??? † Vi?or ?adeu † ??? says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a delicious drink in Brazil:
    "Drink the Blood" Halloween

    1/2 of orange juice
    cooking red dye
    1/3 of apple juice
    ginger ale
    Sugar for glasses

    1. Tint orange juice with the red dye (Take a little juice to the edges of cups) and stir in ginger ale and apple juice.
    2. Pour into a bowl the remaining red juice reserved, also put sugar on a plate. Wet the edges of the cups with juice then with sugar.
    Carefully fill the cups (0.3 l) with the "drink blood" and serve.

    Photo http://www.petiscos.com/fotos_utilizadores/34578484c7c857b5a673598beadbcfad3fcf6_blutige-drinks-4-3.jpg

  • Otis says:

    Pumkin Square Cake:
    1Can pumkin
    11/2 cups oil
    2cups sugar
    3cups flour
    2tsp baking soda
    2tsp backing powder

    2tsp cinnamon
    1tsp nutmeg
    1/2 tsp salt
    1LB powder sugar
    1stick margarine
    1TBSP vanilla
    Cake: In mixing bowl mix eggs, pumpkin, oil and sugar. Sift in flour, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt.Pour into a greased 12x17x1 inch cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.
    Frosting: In a mixing bowl add powdered sugar, egg, margarine and vanilla. Beat with hand mixer until creamy. When cake is cooled, frost and top with 1cup walnuts.

  • Me says:

    Yeah..rat soup,fried mice, smashed potatoes with mouse and grilled hamster. Yum! Xp

  • Sierra O says:
  • Rae says:

    okay, you can make pumpkin rice krispie treats:

    when you make the marshmallow in the pot, pour orange food die. that will make you the base of the pumpkin, then you can do the same for the stem except make it green!

  • Mia says:

    make a round normal cake, ice it with orange icing and swirl some black icing like a spider web,to finish it off put a plastic spider in the middle.

  • Blue Heart says:

    Black Magic Cake
    1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
    2 cups white sugar
    3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    2 teaspoons baking soda
    1 teaspoon baking powder
    1 teaspoon salt
    2 eggs
    1 cup strong brewed coffee
    1 cup buttermilk
    1/2 cup vegetable oil
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease and flour two 9 inch round cake pans or one 9×13 inch pan.
    In large bowl combine flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Make a well in the center.
    Add eggs, coffee, buttermilk, oil and vanilla. Beat for 2 minutes on medium speed. Batter will be thin. Pour into prepared pans.
    Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 to 40 minutes, or until toothpick inserted into center of cake comes out clean. Cool for 10 minutes, then remove from pans and finish cooling on a wire rack. Fill and frost as desired.

  • Bobjoefredsky says:

    if i told you, your mind would be blown away and all the secrets of the world would begin to unfold

  • Raven The raven says:

    Puppy chow.
    not scary, and not really themed but great for parties.
    1 box chex mix
    1-2cups peanut butter
    hand full of chocolate chips
    confectioners sugar

    pour chex mix into a large bowl
    melt the peanut butter and chocolate chips together (stovetop or microwave)
    then pour the liquid peanutbutter-chocolate mix onto the chex mix liberally. (be generous and leave none dry)
    the coat mixture with the confectioners sugar.
    let sit

  • Free Elf says:

    Red punch with GUMMY WORMS! It’s very spooky…(;

  • Bella Carson says:

    Pumpkin muffins with white frosting and halloween treats on top!

  • Anya says:

    Carve out the inside of an apple (leave about 1/2 inch of apple around the edges. Pore apple cider into this and stir with a Cinnamon stick. YUM!


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  • lost soul says:

    Brownies!!!!…….with sprinkles!

  • MtGirl says:

    Just make rice crispy treats, dye the marshmallow green and form snakes, use Pull-N-Peel red licorice or cut out fruit rolls for tongues and mini chocolate chips or mini M&Ms for eyes.

  • Imawesome says:

    yo fat momma has all kinds of recipies

  • Cow Dog says:

    Brownies and weed

  • Nicole says:

    cupcakes with pumpkin frosting

  • The truth hurts sometimes says:

    My daughters birthday is just after Halloween so every year Id throw her a big party and two things id make regularly are "worm burgers" and "Ghoul Jello"

    Worm Burgers: Use regular hot dogs and cut them into strips you should get four or five full length strips from each. Boil them and they will curl together, serve on a hamburger bun.

    Ghoul Jello: Using a deep bowl make Jello using the "jigglers" recipe so its thicker and darker than usual, put in the fridge to set. Fill a small baggie, with corn syrup and red food colouring (so it looks like blood) and when the jello is beginning to thicken push the baggie into the jello so its concealed. When your ready put the jello on a serving platter, domed side up obviously, drizzle some chocolate, some whip cream, whatever you want to make it look pretty and when the time comes cut into it with a big scary knife piercing the baggie. Your jello will begin to bleed all over the place. You’ll get some stellar reactions from people!!

  • pat m says:

    Pumpkin pie.

  • Fe??? says:

    Pumpkin pie pudding!

    1 (15 ounce) can solid pack pumpkin
    1 (12 ounce) can evaporated milk
    3/4 cup sugar
    1/2 cup biscuit/baking mix
    2 eggs, beaten
    2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted
    2 1/2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
    2 teaspoons vanilla extract
    whipped topping

    In a large bowl, combine the first eight ingredients. Transfer to a slow cooker coated with nonstick cooking spray. Cover and cook on low for 6-7 hours or until a thermometer reads 160 degrees F. Serve in bowls with whipped topping if desired.

  • That person says:

    I would do a delicious carrot cake with homemade lemon frosting on top to draw the eyes and mouth of the pumpking on the cake. Then I would add chocolate swirls.

  • Tiffany says:

    cupcakes with green forsting and a RIP thing

  • Ariel says:

    honestly, something simple like popcorn with candy corn is pretty yummy. you can also make a big cake!!! maybe even ice cream w/ pumpkin candy corns. there’s lots of things you can make.

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