Halloween Party Foods

We don’t know what Halloween 2020 will look like but I’m sure any version of it will involve food of some kind. Whether you’re having a party or going trick or treating, you can go wrong adding some of these fun Halloween Party Foods to your plans.

Collage photo of Halloween party foods

I have to admit I’m not a huge fan of Halloween but I am a fan of delicious food. And Halloween is as good a time as any to try something new.

From spider web pretzels to mummy dogs to graveyard dip – there’s plenty to choose from in this collection.

Remember a few years ago when Booing people for Halloween was a big deal? I remember doing it with my kids when they were smaller and we had such fun.

I know that some people may not want to take the chance to venture out Trick or Treating this year due to Covid-19 and the risks it may entail. Considering BOOING your best friends and relatives instead. Grab the FREE Printables HERE along with instructions exactly what it means to BOO someone.

You've Been Boo'd free printable set. Spread some joy and have some fun this Halloween by secretly "booing" your friends and neighbors.

Enjoy this collection of festive and somewhat spooky Halloween Party Foods.

Halloween Party Foods

Mummy and Monster Halloween Pops - Super easy party treat to make for Halloween. No baking required. Made with rich, homemade fudge!

Monster and Mummy Fudge Pops // The Girl Creative

halloween - Coffee-Cheesecake-Oreo-Brownies-title-BRU CREW

Coffee Cheesecake Oreo Brownies // Bru Crew Life

halloween - edible pumpkin cup

Edible Pumpkin Cup // Oh Nuts

halloween - pumpkin pudding cups

Pumpkin Pudding Cups // Bubbly Nature Creations

halloween - bundt cake

Halloween Bundt Cake // Love Bakes Good Cakes

halloween - draculas dentures

Dracula’s Dentures // The Girl Who Ate Everything

halloween - mummy cupcakes

Chocolate and Vanilla Mummy Cupcakes // Sugar and Charm

halloween - apple pie mummy slices

Apple Pie Mummy Slices // Just Putzing Around the Kitchen

halloween - mummy dogs

Mummy Dogs // Our Best Bites

halloween - mini bats cheesballs

Mini Batty Cheese Balls // Joann

halloween - mini donut spiders

Mini Donut Spiders // It’s Always Autumn

halloween - slime filled cupcakes

Slime Filled Cupcakes // Lady Behind the Curtain

halloween - gooey monster cookies

Gooey Monster Cookies // Lil’ Luna

halloween - spider cookies

Peanut Butter Spider Cookies // A Spicy Perspective

halloween - graveyard pudding cups - party pinching

Graveyard Pudding Cups // Party Pinching

halloween - candy corn blondies

Candy Corn Blondies // Averie Cooks

halloween - yummy mummy treats

Yummy Mummy Treats // Crazy Little Projects

halloween - pretzel candy spider web

Pretzel Candy Spider Webs // Five Heart Home

halloween - mummy truffles

Pumpkin Cheesecake Truffle Mummies // Creme de la Crumb

halloween-meatball mummies

Meatball Mummies // Spend with Pennies

halloween - graveyard taco dip

Graveyard Taco Dip // Chickabug

halloween - spider web mexican layer dip

Spider Web Mexican Layer Dip // Your Homebased Mom

halloween - bones and cheese dip

Bones & Cheese Dip // Pocket Change Gourmet

halloween - spooky shepherds pie

Spooky Shepherd’s Pie // The Girl Who Ate Everything

halloween - taco spider ring

Spider Taco Ring // Pocket Change Gourmet

halloween - jack o lantern layer dip

Jack-o-Lantern Layer Dip // Fake Ginger

25 spooky, fun and delicious Halloween party foods. Desserts, appetizers and dips. You can't go wrong with this collection.

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  1. what a fun collection! I love it! Halloween is one of our favorite holidays… I can’t believe it’s right around the corner!

  2. I feel exactly the same about Halloween. Wheny son was younger, I’d put up a couple of dollar store finds in the front yard, and send stuff to school but I was glad last year when he didn’t want to dress up.