25 Halloween Recipe Ideas You Can’t Miss
I’ve been a busy bee rounding up some of the best Halloween Recipe Ideas I’ve found on the web. I enjoy “trading” my kids their Halloween candy for homemade treats and healthier candy (particularly since you can’t control what the neighbors give out). Check out these awesome Halloween Candy alternatives, or feel free to bookmark these spectacular Halloween Recipe ideas below.
I can’t wait to try these adorable Pumpkin Pretzels from Butter with a Slice of Bread!
These Bewitching Parfaits from Frog Prince Paperie look delicious, don’t they?
Who would’ve thought cheesesticks and pretzel rods paired together to make Witches Brooms could be THIS cute together?
OMGosh, these Spider Blossom Cookies from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen look divine, don’t they?
Try out my Halloween Mummy Dogs for your party or for dinner!
Deb from Just Short of Crazy‘s Monster Claws look AWESOME, don’t they?!
Tonya’s Halloween Monster Pizza from Create-Celebrate-Explore looks REALLY cool!
Stephanie’s recipe for Witches Brew Punch from Where Women Cook looks positively EVIL and FUN!
Super-easy and fun, try my simple Halloween Ghost Pudding!
Halloween isn’t just for kids, you know! Try this fantastic Candy Corn Martini cocktail from Jen at The Rebel Chick!
What about these adorable Frankenstein Cupcakes? These look like fun.
With all the sweets they’re bound to eat, why not offer your kids a Jack-‘O-Lantern Fruit Plate for snack like this one from Wholesome Dinner Tonight? (Holy cute!!)
Check out this fierce “The Brain” Cocktail recipe from HGTV.com.
Check out these easy to make Spider Deviled Eggs from Keen to be Seen!
Make Halloween breakfast special with these adorable Ghost Pancakes from Gourmet Mom on the Go!
These Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars from MyRecipes.com look SO GOOD! Oh my gosh!
These “Grown-Up” Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes from How Sweet Eats are made with bourbon and sinful!
Chocolate Caramel Marshmallows from A Turtle’s Life for Me, OMG!
The kids can get involved in creating their snack by making Chocolate Pretzel Spiders.
Homemade Pumpkin Whoopie Pies are a delicious Halloween snack, dontcha think?
Tonya’s Jolly Rancher Skull Lollipops on The Brand Connection look like a lot of fun to make with the kids as a craft AND recipe!
Sugar Loco shares how to make Buggy Bark – cute, right?
Who knew that chocolate coated cookies, orange icing, and candy kisses could create something as cute as these Witch Hat Cookies!
Kid-friendly and tasty Mini Mummy Pizzas are a certain hit for dinner!
What do you think of these Halloween recipe ideas? Do you have any Halloween favorites you’re planning to make? Link up your recipes or favorites below, I’d love to check them out!