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10 best Halloween Recipes – Scary and Spooky Treats

Looking for a neat recipe to grace your Halloween party table this year?  Why not try one of these great Halloween recipes?

Nothing starts a Halloween party  off better than spooky food, drink, decor and music.

Any of these ideas would be perfect for your next Halloween party. They are easy to make and real crowd pleasers.

Grab a cup of coffee and check out these Halloween party food ideas.

10 Favorite Halloween Recipes

Whip up a Fright with one of these Halloween Recipes

These recipes are fairly easy to do and will delight both the young and young at heart.  Which one will you try this year?

Melted Witch Puddle Cookies  

Ding dong, the witch is dead! Or so it seems with these melted witch hat cookies. They are so much fun to make.

Source: Taste of Home

Mummified Meatloaf - Halloween Recipe

Not all Halloween party food is sweet. One would never think that a meatloaf lies under this mummy creation.

Get the recipe My Beloved

Halloween Creepy Skeleton Cupcakes

Take your Halloween cupcake to new heights with this fun skeleton topper. They are made with aa marshmallow skull and yogurt mini pretzel ribs supported by a lollipop stick. 

Find out how to make them – Woman’s Day

Peanut Butter Eyeballs

Everything in these spooky eyeball cupcakes is edible – even the cupcake liners!

Find out how to make them:  Always the Holidays

Scary Spiderweb Cupcakes

Decorate the top of your cupcakes in a spooky way with these spider toppings. They’re creepy and they’re scary, they’re goofy and they’re hairy and the kids will love them!

Get the recipe: Betty Crocker

Candy Corn Fudge

Who doesn’t love candy corn – especially when it is used in a fudge recipe? It’s made in layers and then cut into triangles to look like candy corn.

Source: Something Swanky

Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Your party guests will gobble up these spooky phyllo wrapped hot dogs. They are made with store-bought crescent dough, and will be a hit at dinner or a Halloween party. 

Get the recipe: Food Network

Batty Sugar Cookies

These batty cookies are easy to make and fun to eat. Black sanding sugar gives the cookies texture.

See how to make them: Pillsbury

Dirt cups with RIP cookies, leaves and a wood coffin.

It’s dirt pudding cup time – Halloween style. You kids will love to help you decorate these Halloween treats.

Find out how to make them – Always the Holidays.

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