10 Spooky Soups for Halloween

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We’ve rounded up 10 of the spookiest soups around for you to dish out this Halloween. No magic potions required. What is certain is that they will be satisfying! Especially if you’re experiencing bone chilling weather ; ) Serve them in a cauldron for an extra spooky effect. Find all of these spooky soups after the jump!

  • Witch’s Hat Soup 1 of 10
    A thick and hearty soup w/a hint of hocus pocus {okay just spice}. The witch's hats are made from shaping and baking tortillas.
    Get this recipe on Taste of Home
  • Sorcerer’s Soup 2 of 10
    No magic potion necessary to stir up this creamy concoction that features avocados.
    Find out how to make Sorcerer's Soup
  • Bat Wing Soup 3 of 10
    Tomatoes are the base for this creamy spooky soup that's garnished with toasted bread bats.
    Get this recipe on Taste of Home
  • Morbid Minature French Onion Soups 4 of 10
    A spooky soup for your guests with a more refined taste palate. Morbider cheese adds creepy vein-like effects.
    Get this recipe on Martha Stewart
  • Worm Soup with Bat Wings 5 of 10
    Noodles make realistic looking worms that are fun to eat on Halloween or any day for that matter.
    Get this recipe on Cambell's Kitchen
  • Cauldron Curry 6 of 10
    Chicken & Chiles come together to make this spicy green curry.
    Get this recipe on Martha Stewart
  • Spiderweb Soup Topping 7 of 10
    This creative spiderweb topping gives everyday tomato soup a monstrous makeover.
    Get this recipe on Better Homes and Gardens
  • Eye Popping Soup 8 of 10
    All eyes will be on this bowl of soup. You don't have to worry too much, the eyes are made from mozzarella balls studded with olives.
    Get this recipe on Martha Stewart
  • Bloody Soup Shots 9 of 10
    You'll be able to ward out off the vampires with a shot of this soup that's flavored with garlic.
    Get this recipe on Woman's Day
  • Bloody Mary Soup 10 of 10
    The perfect trick for a grown up Halloween Treat. Turn a classic Bloody Mary drink into soup form. A
    Get this recipe on Good to Know

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