Store bought treats for your Halloween Party are fine. However, discover some of the best homemade and semi-homemade treats from awesome food bloggers this year! Your kids will be thrilled to ghoulish pieces with these Halloween party food ideas! Haloween party food for your kids does not have to be fancy. Just gather a few ideas and let the kids choose one or two! This is a spooky silly collection of the best!
Savory and Delicious
Mummy Dogs – Two ingredients and super simple. Hotdogs and refrigerator Crescent Rolls. Yum!
Mini Mummy Pizzas – Simple and a kid pleaser. Little pizzas dressed up to look like mummies using black olive for eyes! So much cuteness!
Spooky Shepherd’s Pie – This is an amazing adaption for Halloween with ghost potatoes!
Creepy Crudite Cups – We need our veggies and this one is super cute with an eyeball peeking at you as you grab your carrot stick.
Spooky and Sweet
Monster Doughnuts – This is a semi-homemade recipe, so easy! Just purchase wiggly eyes and vampire teeth and squish them into the doughnut to make a face.
Oreo Licorice Spider Cookies – This recipe is super simple, and kids love Oreos! Bonus, Oreos come in so many flavors now! Three cheers for double stuff!
Gooey Monster Cookies – Mmm cookies, but seriously these are vibrant colors and so much fun for your kiddos! They will love them. This is made with a white cake mix! I love that.
pictured above are simple cupcakes decorated with sprinkle and Halloween cupcake toppers and icing! So easy! The kids will love it! I linked a simple set, but browse Amazon or your local craft store for ideas!
Witches Brews and Butter Beer
Swamp Water – This is a vibrant green, a super duper contrast on your tablescape or party table.
Bubbly Witches Brew– A traditional sherbert punch takes on silliness with floating eyeballs.
Butter Beer – I could not help myself, we love Harry Potter at Universal Studios and the whole atmosphere just screams Halloween. And the Butter Beer is so fabulous.
10 Halloween Party Food Ideas For Kids That A Wrap!
I hope you have found a little inspiration with our Halloween Party Food Ideas. Halloween is the first of many busy holidays in the fall and winter. Keeping it simple and fun for the kids will make everyone happy!
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