Halloween is known for dressing up, creeping out, and delicious tricks and treats. So why should you be the only one who puts on a costume?
Make your food as fun(and frightful)as everything else with a few simply spooktacular tricks.
These look hard, but they only take four ingredients.
Graham Cracker Bloody Band-Aid Strips
Its as simple as graham crackers, white frosting or cream cheese, and decorator gel or strawberry jam.
Via: Kids Kubby
Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups
It doesnt get much easier (or more delicious)than pudding cups, Oreos, and candy.
Blood Clot Biscuits
The name isnt appetizing, but biscuit dough and cherry pie filling are.
Via: Oh Bite It
What makes these cupcakes glow in the dark? Tonic water. Voila!
Via: Recipe Snobs
You do need a mold for these cakes, but its worth it to create chocolate treats that ooze out cherry blood.
Via: Hungry Happenings
Green Monster Rice Krispie Treats
A classic treatramped up with some candy eyes and gauze.
Via: Fork and Beans
Creepy Peepers Halloween Jell-O
Take a look at these creepy Jell-O eyeballs suspended in more green Jell-O.
Via: In Katrinas Kitchen
You have to hand it to these delicate almond cookies with decorating gel.
Kitty Litter Cake
Scoop up cake mixes, pudding, and Tootsie Rolls.
Via: Noble Pig
Can you stomach breadstick dough, food coloring, and cherry pie filling?
Stick mini marshmallows on a lollipop stick, and then dip the ends into melted butterscotch chips or peanut butter to create the illusion of ear wax.
Via: Top Party Ideas
Shrimp Brain Cocktail
Thisone takes a little bit of work, but its so impressive that it makes it worth it.
Haunted Owl Pretzels
Dip large soft pretzels in white chocolate and add in Oreos, candy, and licorice.
Fingers in a Bun
There are hot dogs. And then there are hot dogs that might make you lose your appetite with just a few simple tricks.
Via: Party Tipz
What could be better than creepy carved peppers? Peppers stuffed with pizza filling.
Red Velvet Pudding Pie Eyeballs
Keep your eye on these mini pies made with pudding, red velvet cake mix, and decorations.
Via: Crazy for Crust
Zombie Head Cheese
Just cover a plastic skull with spreadable cheese, cocktail onion eyes, and some streaks (much better than actual head cheese).
Via: Not Martha
Spider Web Dip
Make a basic 7-Layer taco dip, put some sour cream in a plastic baggie with the end snipped off, and use it to draw a web pattern. Throw on a fake spider or two and your party dip is instantly creepy.
Via: Our Best Bites
Carve a pumpkin. Buy or make some dip likespinach artichoke or guacamole and serve with chips. It’s really that simple.
Poison Toffee Apples
A little black food coloring turns a traditional treat into something more sinister.
Via: Simply Delicious
Itsas simple as meatloaf with onions and cheese shaped like a creepy hand.
Via: Hub Pages
Apple Teeth Bites
Perfect for a healthy haunting, all you need are apples, strawberries, sunflower seed butter, and sunflower seeds.
Via: Fork and Beans
Brain Jell-O Shots
Pinkish-grayish gelatin, raspberry filling and brain-shaped molds will help you to create these creepy yet delicious zombie brains Jell-O shots.
Deviled Egg Eyeballs
Just make normal deviled eggs and top them with a slice of black olive and a caper, and streak them with red food coloring.
Via: Kaths Kitchen Sync
Pile of Wiggling Worms
These Jello-O worms almost look too realistic to eat…almost.
Youve heard of bread bowls, so why not make a bread coffin? Fill it with an artichoke dip and youre all set.
Via: Operation in Touch
Caramel Apple Jell-O Shots
Just like the sticky treats you love, but with an “adult”twist in the form of some booze.
Mini Batty Cheese Balls
These are like personal cheese balls (with wings) for all your party guests.
Via: JoAnn Crafts
Shrunken Head Punch
Apples, your favorite punch, and a little salt add some “boo” to your beverage.
Via: Maple Spice
Happy Hungry Hauntings!