Make your costume party extra special with these easy, scrumptious and easy to make Halloween recipes.
It’s that time of the year when everyone is planning for a Halloween party. From Halloween decorations to the costumes for the entire family, deciding a delicious party menu to fun games to keep your guests entertained, you try your best to throw the best Halloween party.
If you are thinking to make your Halloween party a big hit, why not try some yummy, easy to make and healthy food recipes? These super delicious, nutrient-dense, and weight loss friendly Halloween recipes will turn your party into a huge success.
Let’s explore some Halloween recipes.
1. Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Try this vitamin-rich and fiber-packed pumpkin cinnamon rolls that are a perfect recipe for your Halloween party. To make cinnamon rolls, you need milk, pumpkin puree, sugar, yeast, all-purpose flour, ground cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, baking powder, baking soda, finely chopped pecans, and butter.
2. Halloweentown Marshmallow Spiders
To make these marshmallow spiders, you need pretzel sticks, melted chocolate, coconut oil, hot chocolate, and candy eyes. Dip pretzels in melted chocolate and place them on a baking sheet like spider’s legs. Now dip one side of the marshmallow in chocolate and place candy eyes in a line by using white chocolate. Dip marshmallow in the white chocolate and press into the pretzels. Place them in the freezer and serve with hot chocolate.
3. Pull-Apart Graveyard Cupcakes
Try this creative Halloween recipe that looks almost like a cake. This self-serve party recipe will be a good addition to your Halloween party menu.
4. Witches’ Finger and Red Velvet Hot Chocolate
I’m sure you are thinking of giving this creative and scary Halloween recipe a try. Simply shape ready-made bread stick dough into fingers and give them a scary look by using red velvet hot chocolate, poppy seeds. Use almonds for making nails that will make these monsters’ fingers look real.
5. Bite-Size Eyeballs
These cheesy puff pastries will taste great when paired with olives, Sriracha squiggles, and cucumber slices. You need all-purpose flour, eggs, grated Gruyere cheese, unsalted butter, cream cheese, and Sriracha sauce for decoration.
6. Purple Potion Punch
Serve your guests this festive punch that will surely excite their taste buds. You need purple grape juice, vanilla ice cream, lemon-lime soda, and confetti sprinkles. Blend grape juice and melted ice cream together. Add soda before serving. Don’t stir. Top each glass with an ice cream scoop and sprinkle some confetti to enhance the look.
7. Spiderweb Pizza
You should try this creative idea for your Halloween party. Use large pitted black olives to make spider heads and strategically cut remaining pieces to make spider legs. Use mozzarella cheese thin strips to make the shape of a web.
8. Cauldron Dip
Why not try this new version of green dip for your Halloween party. This cauldron dip is made from edamame and low-fat ricotta cheese that can pair best with bread sticks, vegetable chips, and celery sticks. To make this dip, you need ricotta cheese, basil pesto, edamame beans, olive oil, lemon juice, black pepper, garlic, and kosher salt. Mix all the ingredients and process until dip is smooth. Use a large acorn squash as a serving platter and serve with vegetable dippers and bread sticks.
9. Halloween Cheese Balls
It is an amazing yet delicious Halloween recipe to kick off your party. To add a creative touch, cut the tortillas into bat-shaped wings and bake them until crisp. Combine the cream cheese, goat cheese, and pepper and make cheese balls with the help of scoop. Coat the cheese balls in the crumbs or black sesame seeds. Bake them and press tortilla into the sides of cheese balls. Now place thinly slice olives on the top of each cheese ball.
10. Hot Pepper Mummies
Try this super scrumptious yet scary food recipe for your Halloween party. You need cream cheese, cheddar cheese, scallion, dash hot sauce, jalapenos, peas, red pepper, and crescent roll dough. Combine the cheddar cheese, cream cheese hot sauce, and scallion together. Cut the jalapenos, remove the seeds, and pipe the mixture into pepper halves. Cut the crescent dough into strips and wrap two strips around each filled jalapeno and create mummy-like patterns. Now bake until golden brown.
11. Spiderweb Nacho Spread
You should try this terrific Halloween recipe that looks like a spiderweb, reliably delicious, and has more room for creativity, flavour, and decoration. You can create a bean layer, salsa and cheese layer, meat layer, guacamole layer, a web of piped sour cream.
12. Crispy Treat Witch’s Hat
To come up with this edible witch’s hat, you need chocolate flavored rice cereal, unsalted butter, edible gold powder for dusting the cereal mixture, marshmallows, cocoa powder, and green gel food coloring. This creative combination of rice cereal with marshmallows can transform their taste into sweet Halloween centerpieces.
13. Candy Corn Cheese Tower
Make a cheese tower with different types of cheese, including cheddar cheese, white cheese, goat cheese. You can serve this cheese tower with your favourite crackers or cookies.
14. Ghost Pizza Bagels
Give pizza bagel a scary look by cutting mozzarella slices into a ghost shape. Use olives for making ghost eyes.
15. Halloween Popcorn Treats
Another creative and healthy idea that you should try this year. Transform ordinary popcorns into Halloween popcorns by using chocolate chip cookies, chopped salted almonds, peanut chocolate bars, orange and black chocolate candies, and vegetable cooking spray.
16. Pumpkin Soup
It is one of the easiest and healthiest Halloween recipes that will provide you with the real goodness of pumpkin. This super healthy, extremely creamy, and highly nutritious pumpkin soup is loaded with fibre, protein and other essential nutrients that can make you super active throughout the party.
17. Mummy Meatballs
If you are a meat lover, then you should try this meaty idea. Simply wrap puff pastries around meat balls and bake them until cooked. Make eyes with mustard dots on each mummy meatball and enjoy.
18. Jack-O’-Lantern Stuffed Peppers
Stuff bell peppers with rice, cheese, ground beef, leftover or anything you want for filling. Carve a Jack O’Lantern face into each pepper with a sharp knife. Bake the pepper until the peppers are tender and cheese is milted.
19. Raw Avocado Zombie Bars
Avocados are superfood that are packed with vitamins, folate, potassium and other essential nutrients. Make some extremely healthy raw avocado zombie bars with this incredible food. You can also add Halloween Avocado Toast to the party menu.
20. Halloween Monster Sushi Bites
To make these monstrous sushi bites, you need boneless salmon, dried seaweed, sushi rice, black sesame seeds and wasabi paste. You can create zombie looks, pumpkins, spiders, ghosts, bats and any other shape to make these bites scary.
Hopefully, these creative and delicious Halloween recipes will satisfy the taste buds of your vegan and non-vegan guests both. Try these scary, drool-worthy, super healthy Halloween food ideas to make your party spectacular.