Are you hosting a Halloween party or do you need to bring a dish to one? Here are 15 Easy Halloween Party Bites for everyone.
I have scoured Pinterest and have come up with a great list for fun and easy bites to make for this ghoulish time of year.
I love to entertain. This is no secret. I love to have a house full of people for each holiday just as much as hosting friends and loved ones for no reason at all. Planning menus, setting tables and making everything pretty is my jam. I love everything about entertaining. However for Halloween……
I’ve got to be honest with you – Halloween isn’t my favorite, and I think it’s because it’s just not a “pretty” holiday. But, I make do because everyone else around here gets excited about it months in advance.
When the kids were little and still trick-or-treated, we would drive them to a popular neighborhood where a few of our good friends live, and we would walk around with them, flip and sips in hand, and have a ball. After their bags were filled to the brim with candy, all of the kids would sit in a group and start trading candy while us adults would hang out with bite-sized apps and festive cocktails.
Fast forward to today. Kids are in high school and college, and this weekend we’re hosting the high school drama department here for a Halloween party. Being that spooky themed bites are not really in my wheelhouse, I hopped on Pinterest and found quite a few that I though I would share with you.
Are you hosting a Halloween party or have you been invited to one and need to bring a dish? I’ve got you covered.
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15 Easy Halloween Party Bites For Everyone
Sometimes you need more than just sugary treats for your Halloween bash. This is perfect for that! Chicken fries and croissant dough work together to make these adorable little mummy treats that will give that boost of protein from chicken to maybe counter some of the sugary stuff.
What’s not to love about the combination of sweet, salty and crunchy with chocolate and pretzels? These would make good treats wrapped up and handed out individually to those you know, or just put out on your table spread.
Peanut butter ball pumpkins and cats are the answer to your search for Fall or Halloween cuteness. Why settle for plain peanut butter balls when you can make candy with personality? The soft, sweet peanut butter center is dipped in chocolate, then decorated until irresistibly adorable. In a pinch and no time to create these little cuties? Then follow the recipe, cut into small bars and top with orange and purple sprinkles.
Another fantastic use of pre-made cookies is this recipe above! Adorably spooky Frankenstein’s Monster plus his Bride! Candy melts make this recipe easy and very green! For the recipe, click here.
These little shots of Halloween magic are non-alcoholic, so don’t worry. This delicious treat uses Milano cookies, a cheesecake type filling, Oreo crumbs, whipped cream and a little imagination to make a spooky fun treat for your party table. For the recipe, click here.
These cute dessert bites use Cocoa Krispies and are just perfect for Halloween. The sprinkles, the eyes, the candy corn! What a ghoul-y combination of monster goodness that kids and adults will fall in love with. For the recipe, click here.
Another easy, but still fun and perfect for the occasion, Halloween treat is these adorable Monster pops that use marshmallows! The treat is Gluten-free, and takes advantage of the awesomeness that is candy melts and sprinkles. I would love some spooky black and dark purple marshmallow monsters on a Halloween party table. For the recipe, click here.
Treats made easy with Twinkies, white chocolate, and eye sprinkles. These fun little treats look a lot more involved to make than they end up being, which is perfect if you have a last minute treat to make but what to be deliciously spookily on theme. For the recipe, click here.
These spooky treats are perfect eaten on their own or used as an edible decoration on something else if you ask me. I love their little faces and just how perfect the little tips at the top of their heads are. For the recipe, click here.
Another fun take on a mummy treat, this time with rice krispie treats and again a white chocolate coating. These are perfect if you have a white chocolate lover in your life. Plus, eye sprinkles, of course. For the recipe, click here.
This treat is creepy but awesome! Cookies that look like fingers with a long, sharp, witchy nail! A yummy cookie but are rather creepy. I couldn’t resist adding this one to the line up just because I love the overall look and idea of witches fingers as cookies. For the recipe, click here.
Here’s 4 more for the road…
What a fun way to spook up garlic bread! This recipe uses string cheese to “mummify” the bread, along with salad olives used for the eyes. Yum! For the recipe, click here.
Make these in a crock pot to keep the party prep easy. If you serve these delicious bites, there won’t be any left. Click here for the recipe.
No Halloween party is complete without a themed drink. I found a great recipe for witches brew. Click here for the recipe.