45+ Spooky Creepy Halloween Treats

Halloween is a great time of year for food!! Not because of the taste, but because of how creative you can get with it!! Here’s a few creepy Halloween treats that will get more than a few double takes from family and friends.

Spooky Creepy Halloween Treats

 

Pudding Filled Dirt Cupcakes from Inside Bru Crew Life

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Bloody Eyeball Cupcakes from Savvy Saving Couple

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Pretzel Screams from Fork And Beans

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Bubbling Witch’s Cauldron from Glorious Treats

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Kitty Litter Cake from Noble Pig

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More Spooky Treats

Lady Finger Dip
Creepy Band-aid Treats
Mini Monster Eye Meatloaf
Mummy Pie
Spooky Shakes & Sundaes
Halloween Party Recipes
More Halloween Party Recipes
Jello Brain
Witch’s Fingers
Bloodshot Peanut Butter Eyes
White Chocolate Bones
More Pretzel Bones
Pumpkin Pretzels
Blood Red Risotto
Orange Brains
Bride of Frankenstein Dip
Walking Dead Cupcakes
Gingerdead Cookies
Halloween Swamp Water
Spider Cookies
Tombstone cupcakes
Monster Whoopie Pies
Earwax on a swab
Ghost Meringues
Creepy Crawly Brownie Pizza
Graveyard Pudding Cups
Apple Monster Mouths
Jack O’Lantern Shepard’s Pie
Bewitching Apples
Black Cat Cookies
Truffle Eyeballs
Evil Eye Cherry Cupcakes
Monster Brains
Frog Eggs Lemonade
Witch Finger Cookies
Apple Mummies

Here’s a few more!

Halloween Brain Surgery Salad

2 small or 1 large package of lime gelatin
1 16-oz. can fruit cocktail
2 surgical or rubber gloves

Prepare the gelatin according to the package instructions. Transfer to a dome-shaped mold. (A mixing bowl will do.) Drain the fruit cocktail and add it to the gelatin when it’s half set. When the salad mold is ready, unmold it onto a platter and drape the surgical gloves on each side. Makes 10 servings.

Edible Eyeball Treats

3.4-ounce box vanilla pudding mix
Jelly beans LifeSavers Gummies
Plastic eggs
2 empty egg cartons

Prepare the pudding according to the package directions. For each eye, fit a jelly bean into the center of a LifeSavers Gummies candy and place it in a plastic egg half. Fill the egg cup with the pudding, then place the egg halves in an egg carton in the freezer until they’re firm (about 3 hours). Remove the egg halves from the freezer and let them sit at room temperature for about 3 to 5 minutes. With the back of a fork, gently press down on the edge of the pudding, rolling the frozen ball out of the egg cup. If you’re not serving them right away, place the eyes in a freezer-safe dish in the freezer until you’re ready.

Green Ghoul Punch

½ gallon limeade
1 liter ginger ale
½ gallon lime sherbert

Mix together juice and ginger ale. Scoop sherbert and add to punch. Add marshmallows and maraschino cherries to float in punch.

Blood and Guts with Eyeballs

1 package green spinach pasta
1 jar spaghetti sauce
Stuffed Spanish olives

Boil pasta according to package instructions. Heat spaghetti spaghetti sauce. Cut olives in half to make “eyeballs” and place on top of the “blood and guts.”

 

30 Responses to “45+ Spooky Creepy Halloween Treats”

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  1. David says:

    These are all fantastic! I will have to give these a try next year come Halloween time.

    Very creative indeed. Did you come up with all these yourself or did you get inspiration from elsewhere?

  2. Katie Bolden says:


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    These are so freaking awesome! I’m too lazy to try anything super creative most of the time, but these really make me want to actually attempt something similar to these recipes. As my daughter gets older, I want to be able to make awesome Halloween treats with her.
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  3. Kim says:

    We love doing fun treats and meals for Halloween. We be checking a few of these out as we make plans! Thanks for sharing at Made for Kids! Pinning and tweeting!
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  4. Amanda says:


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    I am so glad to have found this round up of great Halloween food ideas. We are missing our annual party, so my children want to make one of their own. My son is already asking for those eyeball cupcakes!
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  5. As soon as I saw those “dirt” cupcakes with the gummy worms, I just knew I had to stop by! We used to make those as kids, and now I want to make some this year for my daughter to enjoy. Thanks for the reminder! Great list of spooky and festive fall treats! #madeforkids


  6. Twitter:
    What fun treats! Thanks for sharing and for the link up! 🙂
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  7. Mary Ellen says:

    Great post, love all of the Halloween recipes!
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  8. Janette says:

    So many amazing and creepy treats. Thank you for letting us link up.

  9. So many fun ideas!
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  10. Thanks for the fun recipes and linky
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  11. Jaime Nicole says:

    Omg! These are all so awesome. I went pin crazy! LOL
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  12. Melissa says:

    These are all great ideas! Thanks for taking the time to share them all!
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  13. Melissa says:

    These are some great Halloween ideas! They are perfect for a party!

  14. What a great list! It gave me lots of ideas!
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  15. Malia says:

    You’ve got some great ideas here. I’ll have to make some of these for the girls.

  16. Kirsten says:

    I love all these great recipes. They are perfect for class parties, birthday parties, you name it. Thanks for sharing and I’m pinning for later!
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  17. Rhonda says:

    Wow, I’m impressed with this list. Great ideas for fall and Halloween parties. I think my favorite is the Pretzel Screams. Adorable. I’m must share this list.
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  18. Becky B says:

    Yum Yum Yum! These all look adorable and soooo yummy! I want to make them, just so I can eat them! haha
    Stopping by from #sitsgirls

    ~Becky with Choose Happy

  19. Laura says:

    thanks for the fun ideas!
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  20. Laura says:

    Thanks so much for the fun ideas!!

  21. eliz frank says:

    These are so creative and well made that you have to blink again to know they are not the real creepy crawlies… They sure look too good “creepy” to eat. Haha! 🙂

  22. My boys would love the cupcakes with the worms, gooey and gross right up their alley. The cat litter box cake — gross and definitely unique, gave me a good laugh!

  23. ChristyH. says:

    I literally bust out laughing when I saw the kitty litter! Hilarious! I love the creativity and deliciousness of all these recipes. Will definitely make a great addition to any and every halloween bash!

  24. Debbie L. says:

    Oh my – such cute treats. I love making treats for Halloween – we have so much fun designing spooky tasty treats! Pinned your post to my Halloween Board!

  25. Shauna S. says:

    There are so many awesome ideas here. That bubbling witch cauldron looks yummy. I think my kids will like most of these treats.


  26. Twitter:
    I love the combination of sweet and salty so those chocolate dipped pretzel bones are definitely going to be a fun Halloween treat for us to make!
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  27. Jeff says:

    Thanks for posting these great recipes. I’ve only done Halloween recipes that worked when people had their eyes closed. This includes peeled grapes as eyeballs and cold spaghetti as brains…. had me convinced. 🙂

  28. Aaron says:

    Hey there! What a great post…I’m definitely interested to see how these turn out this Halloween. It’s always nice finding out new ways to spice up Halloween. Should come in handy when throwing a costume party. Looking forward to it. Thanks for sharing these wonderful ideas!
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