13 Fun Recipes For Halloween
I am a Pinterest fanatic! Nothing gets me more excited for Halloween than adding new pins to my “Happy Fall Y’all” board. Sometimes, I get around to actually making the crafts or recipes that I pin, but most of the time they just look good filling up my Pinterest board.
After pinning Halloween recipes for eight years, I have quite a collection. This may or may not be the year that I finally make some of these. Here are 13 Fun Recipes For Halloween that I think are worth giving a shot.
1. Halloween Sugar Cookie Cake
I like this recipe because it is really easy and colorful. This is perfect if you do not have a lot of time to make a dessert. Plus, it just looks like Halloween!
2. Boo Bark
Boo Bark makes my list because there are so many ways to make this recipe your own. Add whatever kind of candy that you like. The possibilities are endless with this Book Bark.
3. Caramel Apple Slices
These Apple Slices are ingenious! I never would have thought of these. I am obsessed with how easy these are. Plus, they look beautiful when finished.
4. Rainbow Party Bundt Cake
I have never made a bundt cake, but this recipe might be my first! You could make this whatever colors you wanted, and each cake is guaranteed to be unique.
5. Gooey Monster Cookies
I love any recipe with candy eyeballs. Plus, these cookies look really good! They remind me of something out of Monsters, Inc. You could coat the cookies in whatever color sugar you wanted.
6. Jalapeño Popper Mummies
These are absolutely adorable. Although I am not a big jalapeño fan, I would make these just to put on Instagram. And cream cheese, yum!
7. Dracula’s Dentures
Dracula’s Dentures are so creative! They are super simple but unique enough to be remembered wherever you serve them.
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8. Ghostly Peeps
I love any excuse to eat a s’more! Using ghost peeps in this recipe is so clever. This is one of my favorite recipes on this list.
9. Monster Pudding Cups
These pudding cups are absolutely adorable, and perfect for your child’s classroom Halloween party. You could even get your kids involved with every step of this recipe.
10. Monster Bark
I am really into these cute Halloween barks, so I have added a second recipe. This one uses lots of colored candy melts and those adorable candy eyes.
11. Spooky Spider Deviled Eggs
Although I am not a fan of deviled eggs, these would be a perfect addition to any Halloween party. Who thought to use olives to make a spider? Genius!
12. Harvest Hash
I am a big fan of Trail Mixes because they can be put together in no time. I like that this one uses candy corn and candy corn pumpkins. What a great way to encompass fall!
13. Graveyard Taco Dip
Taco Dip with tombstones, how creative! I would love to make this for Instagram. I like that this Taco Dip is Halloween in theme, but not something that you would expect to be served.
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Taylor Pittman Hardy wrote this article.
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