Channel the evil queen from Snow White, and whip up a batch of poison apples.
These chocolate spiders in their edible cotton candy web are almost too cute to eat. Almost.
The bloody zombie cookies in this brownie graveyard cake bring a whole new level of creepiness to dessert.
One look at the beady red eyes on these meringue mice, and your party guests might run screaming.
If you love cupcakes enough, a little bloody broken glass doesn't matter, right?
This cookie pizza is the perfect solution for all that leftover Halloween candy lying around.
Use black licorice as an easy, edible spooky tree to top your Halloween cupcakes.
We all love red velvet, but Halloween just calls for black velvet, doesn't it?
It's Halloween, so you should probably add spiders to your chocolate chip cookies.
The kids will definitely get a kick out of these gross bloody Band-Aid brownies. Just make sure they don't start putting actual bloody Band-Aids on their brownies.
We know she's trying to look scary and everything, but we think she's actually a pretty cute witch. And these cupcakes are too.
These doughnuts are definitely hairy, but we're leaning more toward adorable than scary.
Even if you hate candy corn, you'll love these look-alike cupcakes.
These sugar skull cake pops are a fun and easy treat, whether you're making them for Halloween or a Dia de los Muertos celebration.
Not only are these just about the cutest vampire doughnuts ever, but they also get bonus points for being a no-bake treat.
A hearty dinner of shepherd's pies adorned with ghosts and tombstones is the perfect way to fuel up before hitting the streets for a long night of trick-or-treating.
Turn that boring string cheese into a witch's broom snack in minutes.
Every occasion calls for mac 'n' cheese, if you ask us. Serve it in a spider bread bowl as a creepy Halloween meal.
Halloween parties need food, and this graveyard taco dip is the perfect snack.
Make salty and sweet pumpkin patch pretzels for a healthier snack option.
Serve a big bowl of healthy pumpkin soup, complete with a creepy olive spider and sour cream web.
After all that candy, you might want something a little healthier. But these fruit skewers are still candy corn-inspired, of course.
Every Halloween party needs glow-in-the-dark cocktails. It's practically a requirement.
The award for most mesmerizing (and grossest) GIF goes to the alien brain hemorrhage cocktail. Cheers!
Get this tasty cocktail recipe from The Owl's Brew, along with 20 other spooktacular sips in our Halloween cocktails roundup.
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