SPOOK-tacular creepin’ crawlies, a couple a’ brainiacs, and even a few cuppies are workin’ the graveyard shift. Treat friends and family to a fun Halloween celebration that’s a cinch to throw together. Here’s my round up of easy, yet delicious, party foods mingled with simply spooky decorations.
Spooktacular Halloween Treats
Kawaii Halloween Cupcakes
I can’t get over how Kawaii these Halloween cupcakes with white modeling chocolate are! You can download the Kawaii Halloween modeling chocolate cupcake toppers template via Next Tonicx.
Cleverly painted water bottles to resemble ghosts to create a unique and spooky beverage- topped off with a black polka-dot straw via Party-wagon.com
Frank’s Nuts & Bolts
Add a salty mix to the favorite monster’s head for a shockingly fun snack and pair it with plastic test tubes filled with your favorite homemade or store-bought soups. We used a combination of split pea and pumpkin. via Parents.com
Something to get you in the mood for Halloween … Try this creepy cocktail at home! via A Taste of Koko
Devilishly Delicious Red Velvet Cupcakes
These are perfect for a seductive grown up Halloween party! via 6 Bittersweets
These actually make me quite squeamish. Made from tortillas, hot dogs, and ketchup. via The Peach Kitchen
Bio-hazard! Dexter Blood Slide Suckers: Eat With Caution!
You know what’s really scary? Ghosts and vampires? Not really; they don’t exist. What really freaks me out is plagues, pestilence, serial killers, bio-hazards via Forkable Blog
Guacamole is the ultimate party food and the perfect shade of green to thrill the guests at your Halloween party. Serve inside a small hollow pumpkin, with plastic spiders or blue tortilla chips to increase the creepy factor. via Avocados from Mexico
Oreo cookies, dipped in white chocolate, then once dry drizzled with more white ”bandage” chocolate, m&m eyes. via Workman Family
Squirmy Jello Worms