October 15, 2013

24 fun Halloween party snacks anyone can make

 

Whether you're having people over for a legit Halloween party, or you just want your nightly binge to have a touch of seasonal flair, here are a few easily executable ideas for fun finger foods.

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Jack-o-lantern + guacamole + chips = party. (source)
Jack-o-lantern + guacamole + chips = party. (source)
Monstrously jiggly. IT'S ALIVE. (recipe here: source)
Monstrously jiggly. IT'S ALIVE. (recipe here: source)
With the help of a roll of cookie dough, you can make candy corn ON THE COB. (directions)
With the help of a roll of cookie dough, you can make candy corn ON THE COB. (directions)
Fondant-draped ghost cupcakes with chocolate-chip eyes. (source)
Fondant-draped ghost cupcakes with chocolate-chip eyes. (source)
Apple slices, mini-marshmallows, honey (or peanut butter): Smile for camera. (source)
Apple slices, mini-marshmallows, honey (or peanut butter): Smile for camera. (source)
Make the spiders out of halved black olives...one half makes the body; the other half, thinly sliced, makes the legs. (source)
Make the spiders out of halved black olives...one half makes the body; the other half, thinly sliced, makes the legs. (source)
Gross! Graham cracker halves, white frosting, strawberry jam. (source)
Gross! Graham cracker halves, white frosting, strawberry jam. (source)
Connect two marshmallows with a pretzel stick and dip in white chocolate for a bowl of bones. (source)
Connect two marshmallows with a pretzel stick and dip in white chocolate for a bowl of bones. (source)
A pan of intestines? YUM. (recipe)
A pan of intestines? YUM. (recipe)
Ghosts in a graveyard shepherd's pie: piped mashed potatoes with pea eyes. (source)
Ghosts in a graveyard shepherd's pie: piped mashed potatoes with pea eyes. (source)