These Halloween party food ideas are equal parts savory and spooky. By Country Living Staff There's no trick to making these Halloween food ideas, including ghoulish-ly good cupcakes, cookies, treats, and candies.
Halloween season is incomplete without creepy food ideas. Are you planning to host a Halloween Party? Then you must know that the major highlight of any Halloween Party is not the Decor or Costume. If you want your party to be a memorable one, you need to serve food that looks creepy and disgusting. Making food that looks disgusting but is actually delicious is nothing but an art.
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Taste them if you dare. When you're in need of a drink, app, or dessert that looks like it was dreamed up in Frankenstein's lab, these spooky recipes will do the trick. Don't worry — they taste way better than they appear. And if you're still stuck on how to decorate, we've got some Jack-O'-Lantern ideas that will trick out your front yard too.
Hot dog finger food. Strategically slice some wieners and secure some onion "nails" with ketchup. Bloody Band Aid cookies only need three ingredients, graham crackers, white frosting and some red food coloring. Although some sites do recommend a surprise gummi scab hidden within.