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20 Fun and Spooky Halloween Food Ideas

 

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Halloween is such a fun time to get creative with food and treats!  Here are some of my favorite food ideas from around the web for treats, dinner ideas and snacks. Enough ideas to celebrate the entire month of October. Your Halloween party will be that talk of the neighborhood with these creative, spooky and ghoulish treats:

Strawberry Ghosts 1 of 20
Strawberry Ghosts at Taste of Home
Eyeballs 2 of 20
Forked Eyeballs at Parsley, Sage & Sweet
Zombies 3 of 20
Zombie Marshmallows at The Decorated Cookie
Mummy Dogs 4 of 20
Mummy Dogs at Our Best Bites
Shrunken Head 5 of 20
Shrunken Apples at Our Best Bites
Stuffed Pepper Heads 6 of 20
Halloween Stuffed Peppers at Meagan's Cookin'
Eyeball Deviled Eggs 7 of 20
Deviled Egg Eyes at Halloween Recipes
Spider Web Treats 8 of 20
Spider Snacks at Canadian Family
Pastry Intestines 9 of 20
Puff Pastry Intestines at Kitchen Overlord
Graveyard Dip 10 of 20
Taco Graveyard Dip at Better Homes and Gardens
Chicken Lady Fingers 11 of 20
Chicken Lady Fingers at Better Homes and Gardens
Monster Cupcakes 12 of 20
Monster Cupcakes at Makoodle
Mixed Treats 13 of 20
Rat Eyeballs, Spider Legs and Ghost Poop at Glorious Treats
Licorice Mice 14 of 20
Licorice Ear Mice at Country Living
Pretzel Broomsticks 15 of 20
Broomstick Treats at Instructables
Brain Cupcakes 16 of 20
Brain Cupcakes at Not So Humble Pie
Apple Smiles 17 of 20
Marshmallow Smiles at Sprout
Black Bat Wings 18 of 20
Chicken Black Bat Wings at Martha Stewart
Mashed Boo-Tatoes 19 of 20
Mashed Boo-Tatoes at Yummly
Marshmallow Bones 20 of 20
Marshmallow Bones at Martha Stewart

Satisfy the savory or sweet tooth with more Halloween food ideas!

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Planning a party? Make sure to check out 20 Free Pumpkin Carving Templates and 20 Great Free Halloween Printables!

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