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10 Tasty Halloween Treats That Are Spook-tacular!

Some delicious Halloween inspired food and drink items that everyone is sure to love during any Halloween party!

10 Tasty Halloween Treats That Are Spook-tacular!

Every Halloween party needs some spooky Halloween themed foods! These Halloween foods and treats are the perfect addition to any costume party, kids party or dinner party. Here are some easy Halloween food/drink ideas for adults and kids to try at your monster bash.

1. Witch Finger Cookies


This dessert is easy to make and would be fun for the kids. The dough to make it is easy and you can customize your witches fingers to look like what ever you want. It is a classic tasty treat for Halloween that everyone is sure to enjoy.

2. Witches Bubbly Brewed Punch


This concoction is made with sherbet, ginger ale, pineapple juice. Its a fruity green drink that others would love to try. You can even add Halloween themed props to add some creativity.

3. Strawberry Ghosts


This sweet treat of a dessert is simple to do and doesn't need more than three ingredients. It incorporates both creamy white chocolate and a sweet strawberry. Once you add the milk chocolate eyes and mouth, it turns into a cute spooky ghost.

4. Halloween Punch With Floating Ice Hands


This cool looking punch will make any get together for Halloween great! Make some Red Kool-Aid or another red punch.Turn a rubber glove inside-out, fill it up with water, and then freeze. Don't put it into your punch until your ready to serve, so that it doesn't melt. It is a pretty easy drink to make and the process wont take long. You'll be able to serve it right away.

5. Walking Mummy Dogs


This entree/appetizer is a unique spin on the normal pigs in a blanket. Yous can make cute little mummies out of crescent roll, hot dogs, and a condiment.

6. Graveyard Dirt Cake


Dirt cake is another simple and fun dessert to make with the whole family. It is a spin on normal dirt cake, but has a few unique touches of the spirit of Halloween.

7. Pumpkin Soup


This creamy pumpkin soup is sure to warm you up after a chilly night of trick-or-treating or at any point. It is a nice way to incorporate some pumpkin during the Halloween season.

8. Cheesy Bones


This simple appetizer item looks like little bones and can be paired with a smooth cheesy sauce. For the bones, you could use any dough even crescent roll dough. Season them anyway you like and others are sure to enjoy them too.

9. Jack-o'-lantern Stuffed Peppers


This food is a creative twist on normal stuffed peppers. They turn into another nutritious dinner option that brings the Halloween spirit. Using orange bell peppers will make it almost look like a pumpkin. You can fill them with anything and everyone are sure to enjoy them.

10. Jack-o'-Lantern Inspired Fruit Bowl


This type of dessert is a healthy one. All you need to use are fruits! You just have to shape them into whatever face you want. Just use orange slices to outline the facial features. Its a nutritious and easy type of food to bring to any Halloween party.

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