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14 Spooktacular Halloween Recipes

Fall has arrived and that can only mean one thing — Halloween is nearly here! Don’t let the stress of worrying about what to dress up as or planning your kid’s Halloween party get you down. In fact, we have that last part covered for you! From breadstick bones with “marrow”nara dipping sauce and eyeball soup for appetizers to scarecrow cupcakes and tombstone brownies for dessert, your Halloween party menu was never easier — or spookier. Here are 14 spooktacular recipes that are so tasty, you’ll forget about the Halloween costume that needs to be made.

Zombie Chili

Image Source: Brooke McLay

Don’t worry, there aren’t any stray body parts in this zombie chili — just beans, sausage, and a whole host of other flavors your kids are sure to adore.

(recipe via Babble)

Breadstick Bones with “Marrow”nara Dipping Sauce

Image Source: Brooke McLay

Crack these breadsticks open for a gooey, cheesy filling that’s too good to resist. Paired with a blood-like tomato “marrow”nara sauce, they’re the perfect spooky appetizer to serve at your Halloween bash.

(recipe via Babble)

Pumpkin Pop-Tarts

Image Source: Brooke McLay

It’s pumpkin pie to-go! Your kids won’t want real Pop-Tarts after they try these homemade, handheld Halloween treats.

(recipe via Babble)

Eyeball Soup

Image Source: Jaime Richardson

Somehow eyeballs aren’t as threatening when they’re made of mozzarella and olives.

(recipe via Babble)

Coconut Cocoa with Coconut Ghost Whip

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Image Source: Kathy Patalsky

Keep Halloween night’s chill to a minimum with a steaming cup of coconut cocoa and ghost whip. Although we should warn you, serve the kids one too many, and they may be “boo”-ing all night.

(recipe via Babble)

Edible Cookie Graveyard

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Image Source: Kelsey Banfield

Brownies, chocolate wafers, and Milano cookies make this a graveyard we wouldn’t mind visiting. We’d recommend not inviting The Cookie Monster …

(recipe via Babble)

Tentacle Pot Pies

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Image Source: Brooke McLay

It’s not Halloween unless your kids have eaten an octopus arm … or eight. Note: Shy away from screening Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus until the eaten “tentacles” have fully digested.

(recipe via Babble)

Steamed Halloween Pudding with Bloody Custard

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Image Source: Julie Van Rosendaal

What’s Halloween without a little gore? This “bloody” custard-oozing pudding will bring just the right amount of terror to your party.

(recipe via Babble)

Witches’ Brew Soup and Cheesy Garlic Broomsticks

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Image Source: Kathy Patalsky

Pair these witchingly fun appetizers with a screening of the spooky flick Hocus Pocus to give your kids an All Hallows’ Eve they’ll never forget!

(recipe via Babble)

Green Zombie French Toast

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Image Source: Kathy Patalsky

Make a Halloween breakfast your kids will never forget with this creepy, slime-colored French toast. (It can be our little secret that it’s actually packed with fruits and veggies!)

(recipe via Babble)

Goblin Smoothie

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Image Source: Kathy Patalsky

The kids will go nuts over the bright green color of this “goblin” smoothie, while you’ll appreciate the healthy dose of veggies and yogurt it packs.

(recipe via Babble)

Spooky Spiderweb Eggs

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Image Source: Paula Jones

Impress (and creep out!) your Halloween party guests with these spiderweb hard-boiled eggs. Hint: You’ll need plenty of cherries on hand to get the job done.

(recipe via Babble)

Vegan Pumpkin Cupcakes

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Image Source: Kathy Patalsky

With a subtle vanilla-pumpkin flavor and cream “cheese” frosting, you’ll never believe these adorable Halloween cupcakes are vegan.

(recipe via Babble)

Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Donut Holes

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Image Source: Kelsey Banfield

Trick or treat! These delicious sugar pumpkin donut holes have a surprise pumpkin candy inside! Your kids will love biting into this tiny treat.

(recipe via Babble)

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