Sink your teeth into these super simple and scarily delicious Halloween inspired recipes to level up the spooky season. These Halloween party food recipes are all ultra delicious and can be rustled up in minutes, so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time trick or treating. Yep, these snack ideas will have you out of your apron and into your costume in less than 30 minutes!
Whether you’re someone who prefers their party favours on the more savoury side, or you’re the type of ghoul that prefers a treat, this Halloween party food is guaranteed to satisfy. It also makes for a fang-tastic bento box! We’ve conjured up the best of the best spooky recipes that kids – and grown ups – will LOVE…
These gingerbread cookies are one of the simplest and stress-free recipes you can make this Halloween. If you’ve got these four ingredients and around 30 minutes, you can rustle up these delicious and super cute biscuits. Enlist the help of your little ones with the decorating for some extra-special Halloween fun!
Another really easy recipe for your Halloween party food, these Mummy Dogs don’t just look good, they taste great too! You can have these sorted in minutes if you’re on the hunt for a last-minute Halloween-inspired snack kiddos and adults alike will LOVE!
These mini alien burgers are out-of-this-world good, and they’re so simple for a last-minute Halloween party. All you need to make these alien burgers come to life is a combination of store-bought and pantry staples, along with a little bit of creativity!
What’s a Halloween party without a carved pumpkin? If you’re after something that looks just like the real deal, only better, these are for you! These mini jack o’lanterns look just like the real thing, but take a fraction of the time to make with some rice and smoked salmon.
These soft-boiled eggs couldn’t be easier as a Halloween party food recipe… and they look scarily good with their black spider web effect! All you need are two simple ingredients and a spare 30 minutes and you’re done!
These white chocolate-dipped strawberries are easily transformed into super-cute, super-spooky ghosts… they’re a simple Halloween recipe both kids and grown-ups will love! Add candy googly eyes and some icing as decoration and you’ve got one boo-tiful treat.