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."

-LauraJean317

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."

-mustluvcookin

Chocolate Spiders

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

-WickedGood

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."

-colleenie t

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."

-Terrilynn

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."

-anniesnomsblog

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."

-Serchris

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!"

-MmmrsBe

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!"

-anniesnomsblog

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."

-4Susan

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!"

-Hadice

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 Food.com

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."

-Jess_FinsUp

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."

-debfox4420

Rice Krispies Jack-O'-Lantern

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

-PorcelainDoll

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."

-Cookinmomof3

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!