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29 Scary Good Halloween Recipes To Make This Fall

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Halloween Recipes To Make This Fall

Many of us are getting ready for the fall weather. The fall weather is great because it’s not too hot or cold. You can also dress up in fall clothes! At Halloween Land Costume Superstore, we have recipes to help you prepare for fall. These recipes will help you prepare for fall and give you ideas for what to eat this season. If you’re looking for a Halloween recipe and other things you need this Halloween, contact us today or visit us online to learn more!

29 Scary Good Halloween Recipes

With Halloween coming up, it’s natural to want to make some scary treats for your friends and family. Try one of these recipes to make something special for a party or for your kids. They are all perfect and will make your family happy. Try the blood-red velvet cupcakes or spiderweb pizza rolls. They are both delicious!

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Scary Halloween Recipes

1. Bloody Mary Syringes

Bloody Mary syringes are just like they sound—they’re syringes filled with tomato juice. But don’t worry, they won’t make you bleed. Instead, these syringes are filled with a mix of tomato juice and vodka, which is just as good as blood if you ask us. You can make these syringes ahead of time and store them in a container in the fridge. You can use them later tonight or tomorrow night when everyone comes over!

2. Mummy Brie

To begin this recipe, cut the brie into pieces to look like mummy fingers. Next, use a knife to make a slit in each piece and insert about half of a cracker into each slit. Spread the cream cheese on top of each cracker and place them on a serving tray in an oval shape to form mummy toes. Drizzle with honey and add red food coloring to give them their final touches! This dish is great for any occasion but especially for Halloween parties!

3. Witch Finger Cookies

Witches, goblins, and ghouls, please come to the front! It’s time to celebrate the spooky season with these scary delicious witch finger cookies. A witch finger cookie is a shortbread cookie shaped like a severed finger. It has an almond nail and some blood-red jam on it too.

4. Blood Drip Cupcakes

These cupcakes are the perfect treat for Halloween. They’re easy to make, and they taste delicious! If you want to get fancy, you can use a toothpick or skewer to make blood drip on top of each one. But we think you’ll enjoy them just as much without that extra step.

5. Dracula Dentures

You can make these spooky treats with your kids at home or in school for the annual Halloween party. We used things you could buy at the store to make things easier for you. We don’t want you to get tired of putting things together, so we don’t want you to bake. However, if you want a good homemade chocolate chip cookie, we have it.

6. Brian Big Batch Jell-O Short

This classic Halloween treat is made with gelatin, cranberry juice cocktail, and blue food coloring. You can substitute any color of food coloring for the blue if you’d like!

7. Ghost Cake

No ghost cake would be complete without a creepy ghost topping—and this one is no exception! All you need is white frosting and green candy melts.

8. Dead Velvet Cake

This cake will have guests wondering whether or not they went from life to death with one bite. It’s perfect for Halloween parties because it looks so spooky but tastes fantastic! We recommend serving it with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce (or maybe even chocolate syrup).

9. Dirt Pudding

This recipe is perfect for kids’ parties because it’s easy, delicious, and fun! This dessert is healthier than some other ones on the market today. But don’t tell anyone until they have tried it and liked it.

10. Bloody Orange Cocktail

This festive cocktail is perfect for Halloween parties! It’s made with orange juice, cranberry juice, vodka, and grenadine. And if you want to get into the spirit of things, garnish this drink with a few drops of blood-red food coloring.

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Halloween cookies

11. Black Widow Spider Cookies

These cookies for halloween are so cute, and they might be deadly. They’re made with black cocoa powder, which gives them their unique dark color. Be sure to use the small end of a piping tip to create the spider’s legs!

12. Mummy Hot Dogs

These hot dogs wrapped in pre-made croissant dough are an easy and fun way to feed a crowd. Plus, they’re bound to be a hit with the kids!

13. Pumpkin Chili

This chili is perfect for fall—it’s hearty, filling, and full of flavor. It’s also made with canned pumpkin, making it super easy!

14. Candy Corn Bark

This candy corn bark is so easy to make and is the perfect treat for Halloween parties! It’s made with white chocolate, candy corn, and pretzels.

15. Pumpkin Spice Caramel Apples

These caramel apples are the perfect mix of sweet and spicy. They’re made with homemade caramel, pumpkin puree, and spices. And they’re bound to be a hit with everyone who tries them!

16. Glowing Black Widow Oreo Pops

These caramel apples are the perfect mix of sweet and spicy. They’re made with homemade caramel, pumpkin puree, and spices. And they’re bound to be a hit with everyone who tries them!

17. Eyeball Pasta

If you’re looking for something a little more adult-themed, this pasta is the perfect dish! It looks just like an eyeball, and it’s delicious, too—your guests won’t be able to resist this one. Plus, it only takes about 20 minutes from start to finish, so it’s quick enough for even the last-minute hostess (that’s me!).

18. Ghost Marshmallow Brownies

These brownies are easy to make, and they look fabulous. They are like mini cupcakes but with marshmallows. They’ll add some excitement to any dessert table, and they’re perfect for little kids (or big kids like me!).

19. Hocus Pocus-Inspired S’mores Pops

The classic Hocus Pocus film inspires these pops, and they’re perfect for any party! These treats have the flavors of a classic s’more–chocolate, marshmallow, and graham cracker. But they are on a stick, so they are easy to eat. And they’re just as fun to make as they are to eat!

20. Halloweentown Marshmallow Spiders

These spiders are so cute, and they’re really easy to make! All you need is marshmallows, chocolate chips, and pretzels—that’s it! They’re perfect for kids (and adults!), and they’ll add some fun to any Halloween party.

21. Jelly Worms

These jelly worms are so gross to look at, but they’re also really delicious! And they’re easy to make, too—all you need is some gelatin and some candy molds. They’re perfect for any Halloween party, and they’ll get people talking.

22. Jack Skellington Oreo Pops

These pops are inspired by the classic character Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas. They’re super easy to make, and they look fantastic! They’re perfect for any Halloween party and will be a hit with all of your guests.

23. Jack O’ Lantern Rice Krispies

These Rice Krispies are perfect for any Halloween party! They’re easy to make, and they look just like jack-o’-lanterns. They’re also really delicious—who doesn’t love Rice Krispies? Plus, they’re a fun and easy way to get your kids involved in the Halloween festivities.

24. Bat Truffles

Truffles are just the right size and shape to be used as bat wings to make your flying bats out of chocolate! If you are sculpting with chocolate, make sure you have some extra in case any of it breaks.

25. Ghost Pizza Bagels

Pizza bagels are made with a doughnut-shaped piece of pizza dough with a hole in the center. You can fill it with white frosting and add eyes and a mouth to make it look like a ghost. If you don’t have a donut cutter, you can use a plain round cookie cutter to make them into traditional ghosts.

26. Black Magic Margaritas

This recipe is good for a party. You can adjust how much alcohol is in it depending on who will be at the party. If there are only adults, you can put more alcohol in it. You might want to put less if there are kids, too, so they can drink it safely.

27. Pickled Brains

This dish is sure to disgust your guests, but it’s pretty easy to make! You will need some pickled pig brains, which you can find at most butcher shops or online. Then, cook them in a saucepan with some seasonings until they are soft. Once they’re done, you can either serve them whole or slice them up into thin strips.

28. Monster Truffles

This dish is sure to disgust your guests, but it’s pretty easy to make! You will need some pickled pig brains, which you can find at most butcher shops or online. Then, cook them in a saucepan with some seasonings until they are soft. Once they’re done, you can either serve them whole or slice them up into thin strips.

29. Eyeball Soup

This soup is made with chicken broth, cream, and mashed potatoes. It is garnished with peeled hard-boiled eggs that have been dyed red. It’s a pretty simple recipe, but the result looks like something out of a horror movie!

That’s it for our roundup of 29 Halloween food ideas. If you need a costume this year, be sure to check out Halloween Land Costume Superstore for all your needs. You can visit us online or through our store. And as always, if you have any questions about costumes or recipes, don’t hesitate to contact us. We love hearing from our readers! Happy haunting!

Frequently Asked Questions

Pumpkin pie isn’t just for thanksgiving anymore. In fact, pumpkin pie is eaten on Halloween across the country.

  • Apples filled with candy and caramel. (Nothing says Halloween like candy and caramel apples.)
  • Apple Bread. (With apple season in full swing in September and October, apple bread is a popular and traditional Halloween treat.)
  • Pumpkin Bread
  • Caramel Corn
  • Candy Corn
  • A Meatball
  • Garlic Bread
  • Broccolini Feast
  • Apple Cider-Glazed Wings
  • Slow Cooker Beef Tacos Acorn Squash Stuffed with Sausage and Wild Rice
  • Crostini with Pumpkin and Pesto
  • Salad of Acorn Squash with Tahini Vinaigrette