Out of ideas for Halloween treats this year? Don’t worry, Boo – we’ve got you. We compiled some of our most sinister snacks, bloody bites and deadly delicious drinks here for a spooky successful spread. From Cauldron Cake to Zombie Jello, our creepy cornucopia of Halloween recipes has something for everyone.
9 Spooky Halloween Recipes
Find a collection of concoctions here, from spooky soda floats to a mozzarella and pesto pasta dinner featuring our Halloween shaped noodles! Desserts and a fruit pizza are also easy and cool-looking treats to try here.
Pumpkin Spiced Caramel Corn
It’s not fall without pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, and Kristan Raines has a pumpkin spiced caramel corn recipe that’s a little bit sweet, a little bit salty, and one hundred percent delicious. And how great does it look served in one of our pumpkin bakers?
Halloween Candy Bark
Don’t save the chocolate bark for Christmas! Kristan Raines gave us an easy three-step recipe for Halloween candy bark using festive candy corn, candy eyes, sprinkles and pepitas. You can substitute your favorite colors and candies to mix and match these frightfully tasty treats.
Halloween Cauldron Cake
It looks like a frightening witch’s brew, but tastes like heaven. You can make our cauldron cake recipe using any boxed cake mix, so go ahead: Pick your favorite, and put your baking and artistic skills to the test! No eye of newt required.
Blood Orange Cocktail Recipe
This enchanting cocktail recipe is a mix of whiskey, a squeeze of lemon and a dash of pomegranate, and Bundaberg Blood Orange Drink. Perfect for any ghoulish gathering of adults.
4 Halloween Cocktail Garnishes
About those Halloween drinks… Why not take them to the next level and give them some artfully ghoulish garnishes! Witch brooms, devil horns and licorice spiders make your guests’ cocktails even more spellbinding!
Smoked Cherry Manhattan Recipe
For a blood-red, tasty twist on a classic cocktail, make Kristin Guy’s smoked cherry Manhattan, served up with extra smoke for a bewitching presentation.
What about you? Do you have any favorite Halloween recipes you’ll be “goblin” up this year? Comment below and let us know!