PART OF Halloween

31 Fun Halloween Recipes

This year, treat your guests to a frightful feast. Our monstrous mash-up of silly, spooky and creepy eats couldn't be easier - or more dead-on delicious.

Monster Toast

"This gets 5-stars for cuteness alone. I love this idea."

-Juju Bee

Harry Potter's Acid Pops

"I loved this recipe! They were a huge hit when I brought them to work for Halloween! These work best if you use only one packet of Pop Rocks at a time."


Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

"We made these to share with our neighbors and they were a big hit! We devoured them."

-Sydney Mike

Chocolate Halloween Mice

"These were very cute! They were a huge hit and quite tasty."

-Kathleen Constance

Vampire Cookies

"These made me the cool mom at my daughter's Halloween party since Twilight is such a big thing these days. Definitely will make these again."


Chocolate Spiders

"My kids enjoyed telling their friends that they ate chocolate-covered spiders on Halloween. They are simple, tasty and fun!"


Halloween Butterfinger Eyes

"These were great! They were a hit at our Halloween party. All the kids and adults were creeped out, yet still wanted to try them."

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Peanut Butter Pumpkins

"These are so good and so cute! They're very easy and fun to make. I can't wait to make more in different shapes and colors for other events and holidays."


Halloween Spiderweb Apples

"We made these apples for Halloween this year and it was so much fun. Our kids will never forget it, they had a blast."

-Mandy ny

Daddy Long Legs Cupcakes

"I loved these cupcakes. They were so much fun and so easy to make."


Halloween Worms

"These really did look real! My 7- and 9-year-olds loved eating them! Make sure to fill up the straws with the flexible side down to get ridges in the worms."


Witch Hats

"LOVE these! They're super cute, easy and very quick to make. You can have your little ones help you stick on the Kisses!"


Pumpkin Cupcakes Cake

"The overall result looked amazing! I imagine kids would love placing all the M&Ms on the top. What a fab way to use cupcakes!"


Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Give guests a light-hearted fright with these rich chocolate cookies cut out in any Halloween shape you choose!

Halloween Worm Cupcakes

"These were a hit! I simply chopped Oreo cookies (filling and all) in my food processor and it looked like rich topsoil."

-Tina (Chef #218676)

Spider Web Brownie

Creating this spider web design is a cinch, thanks to store-bought white icing. Let your imagination run wild, adding plastic bugs and spiders on top for even more impact.

Halloween Bones

"These are easy to make and good, creepy fun! I displayed them on a plate mounded with Oreo cookie crumbs (for graveyard dirt) and a few plastic orange and black spiders."


Ghost Cookies

"I used E.L. Fudge cookies and it turned out great. I kept the elf feet exposed so it looked like little kids in ghost costumes. Not only are these cute, but they're delicious, too!"


Mummy Mix

This creepy sweet-and-salty trail mix will have your guests howling with delight!

Gruesome Monster Toes

"These are creepy and fun! I used black gumdrops sliced in half for the toenails."

-Kathy at

Halloween Tombstone Treats

"I made these for my son's kindergarten Halloween party, and the children LOVED them. What I like best is that I could buy everything pre-made and just assemble it."

-Angie Dobbels

Kitty Litter Cake

"Awesome cake! I made this for a family Halloween party, and everyone loved it! It looked so, so gross, but it was definitely a hit."


Glowing Pumpkin Cookies

"Very delicious cookies. The pumpkin pie spice isn't overpowering in them — it's just right!"

-Nikki Kate

Spooky Spider Cupcakes

"My kids had so much fun making these cupcakes. They loved decorating each one differently."

-Chef #851190

Severed Fingers Cookies

"I'm not a baker, but I had to try these for our Halloween party! They turned out so cool and were not as difficult as I thought."


Rice Krispies Jack-O'-Lantern

"This was a huge hit with kids and parents. It looked impressive and was so easy!"


Brain Gelatin

"This is such a fun recipe! You can also make it a 'bleeding' brain by putting raspberry preserves in the center of the brain (fill halfway, chill, add preserves, chill and add remaining Jell-O). Ewwww!"

-Java Junkie

Hot Cocoa with Floating Eyeballs

"What fun! You never know who is watching when you sip this cocoa."

-Kathy :-(

Creepy Crawly Mud Cups

"My three kids and I had so much fun making these together."


Monster Mouths

"These crazy monster mouths are almost as fun to create as they are to enjoy."

-Java Junkie

Best Ever Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

What's more fun than saving your seeds post pumpkin carving? Nothing!