Who hasn’t gone to a Halloween party and marveled at the creative food ideas? Have you ever asked yourself, “How did they do that?” or told yourself, “I could never do that!” There’s hope for even the most culinary-challenged among us!
These fun Halloween food ideas videos not only inspire you to dig in and make some spooky treats of your own, they will also take you through the step by step process. You will realize that all it takes is a little time and creative thinking. Your next contribution to the Halloween festivities will be sure to impress all the ghouls and ghosts.
1. DIY No-Bake Halloween Desserts
Living to DIY with Rachel Metz has a no-bake Halloween treat video. She even took care to try to simplify as many of the ingredients for the recipes as possible. That’ll stretch your dollar.
2. So Yummy Halloween Desserts
Super fun Spooky Desserts from So Yummy are simple enough to make with the little monsters in your house. The tongue-in-cheek recipes range from “edible intestines” (using cinnamon dough and jelly) to “worms and dirt” (strawberry JELLO and Oreos). These creepy creations will delight all your guests.
3. Witch Cauldrons, Marshmallow Spiders, Mummy Popcorn Balls
Witch cauldrons made with balloons and candy melts? Why not? Popcorn balls in white chocolate and eyeballs make for a sweet treat. These are three original treats Brenda Soto came up with for Halloween. They’re impressive but super easy for anyone to make.
4. Tasty’s Appetizers: Severed Fingers, Jack O Lantern Pull Apart, Spiderweb Dip
Looking for something a bit more savory? Tasty’s recipes video features four appetizers that will help you take a bite out of the nest potluck.
5. Semi-Homemade Halloween Party
DIY can also mean semi-homemade. It’s all about creativity here. Lexy Lately’s Halloween party food has an entire menu that’s a little store-bought and a lot of imagination.
6. Last Minute Crowd Pleasers: Apple Monsters, Spider Crackers, Cheese Eyes
Now I’ve Seen Everything has 12 last-minute Halloween snack ideas that don’t require any preparation in advance. These treats would be perfect for a kids’ party. Better yet, invite your guests to makes these tasty offerings with you.
7. Healthy Halloween Snacks from The Serious Fitness
Healthy treats aren’t something most of us associate with Halloween. Luckily, The Serious Fitness put together 7 tasty items that are not just visually perfect for Halloween but healthier too.
8. Meaty Monster Max and Demon Donut Damiens
From across the pond, Doug Armstrong serves up a couple of frightful and fun main courses — like monster burgers and freaky fingers — and a donut for good measure.
9. Ghost Candy Apples, Hot Dog Spiders, Glow in the Dark Cupcakes
For a mix of 15 savory and sweet last-minute Halloween snacks, head over to Craft Factory. You’ll find plenty to eat that’ll take care of your mummy’s tummy without emptying the wallet.
10. So Yummy Fall-Inspired Sweets and Spirits
So Yummy’s compilation videos are both fun and inspiring. Here, you have fall-inspired tutorials. Milk and Cereal Bars, peanut butter and white chocolate pretzels and homemade candies are just a few of the foods that are as neat to see as they are to eat.
Halloween food is a festive way to balance out all the candy. This list features sweet, savory, and even healthy options that have all the creativity that makes Halloween so much fun. Be sure to read the recipe entirely before cooking. Some of these treats require time for chocolate to set or food to cook properly. With some imagination, you can make food that will have you saying, “I did that!” Happy Halloween!
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