Halloween Party Food

I love theme parties and Halloween came early for us last year as my nephews were visiting from India. To celebrate we decided to throw them an-almost Halloween bash.

A great time was had by all!

Here are some of the themed foods I served.  Lots of mummies and ghost were eaten that day.

The recipes are really easy and it all looked so cute! The best part was that the kids actually helped me make a fair number of the dishes.


 
 


 

HAUNTED GRAVEYARD VEGGIES AND DIP

This is a cute little healthy dip thats I served with crackers and veggies. Click here to link to the recipe.


 

HOT DOG MUMMIES

These little bandaged hot dogs were a huge hit.

Click here to link to the recipe.


 

SPOOKY SPIDERS


The kids made these ritz cracker, peanut butter and pretzel stick snacks all by themselves.

Click here to link to the recipe.


 

GHOST TOASTS


These yummy ghost toasts were the first to dissapear!

Boo!

Click here to link to the recipe.


 

MONSTER BAGEL BITES

These pre-made bagel bites made a great monster snack. I just added chopped olives to give them eyes.

Click here to link to the recipe.


 

CREEPY HAND CAKE

My dearest freind Rula, who is a fabulous cook and baker made this cake for my party. Check out her recipe on her u-tube channel.

Click here to link to the recipe.


 

MUMMY COOKIES



These cute little mummy cookies were really easy. I just bought round, shortbread cookies and made the mummy faces with store bought white frosting and a wilton #3 tip. I even threw some dirt (crushed Oreos) on them.

Click here to link to the recipe.


 

GRAVEYARD CHOCOLATE PUDDING


This graveyard chocolate pudding is always a tasty treat. You can make your own pudding or just buy it – Kozy Shack makes a good one.

All that goes into this recipe is chocolate pudding, crumbled Oreos, and RIP’s piped onto milano cookies.

 

9 thoughts on “Halloween Party Food

  1. Talent… thy name is Malini !!

    Beyond cute!! supercalifragilisticexpialidocious !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I can not stop writing compliments…

  2. Pingback: Manners for a Modern Girl | Halloween Edition | The Juicy

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