Top 10 scary snacks for Halloween parties

Every Halloween party needs some scary (and delicious) snacks. From appetizers to desserts, we have you covered with these spooky snacks that your guests will love.

Halloween party sweets and treats
Monster lady fingers

Monster lady fingers

Serve these gory snacks for your kids’ classroom party or for a get-together at home. These monster lady finger cookies are a spooktacular idea for Halloween. These witch fingers are also similar and tons of fun to make.

Black widow snack cakes

Whether you are planning a party for kids or for adults, these scary little cakes are the perfect treats. These black widow snack cakes are easy to make because you can cheat and use cake mix.

Spooky spider eggs

Just make traditional deviled eggs and then turn them into spiders by adding black olives. Slice a pitted olive in half and place the first half (rounded side up) in the middle of the deviled egg. Then slice the other half in eight pieces to create the legs.

Dark chocolate graveyard pots de crème

If you are looking for something spooky and yummy, check out these easy-to-make dark chocolate graveyard pots de crème from With just a few ingredients, your microwave and your blender, you can make these scary snacks in no time.

Graveyard cake

Make a graveyard cake using chocolate sandwich cookies and cream cheese. Top the “dirt” with gummy worms to create a scary Halloween treat that party goers will love. Check out our video on how to make a graveyard dirt cake.

Green monster treats

Traditional Rice Krispies treats get in the Halloween spirit. With a little green frosting, gum drops and other candies, you can turn these easy-to-make favorites into a green monster treats.

Frightfully delicious cupcakes

Don’t serve ordinary cupcakes at your Halloween party. Make them special. With a little orange frosting and other decorations, you can make Jack O’Lantern cupcakes. Also try these bubbling cauldron cupcakes.

Halloween spider poke cake

Kids love to see nasty stuff on Halloween so serve up this Halloween cake that spurts out green goop when they cut into it. The best thing about this cake is that, no matter how it looks, it tastes delicious!

Eyeball truffles

The eyes have it! This no-bake recipe for eyeball truffles is simple and yummy too! Using peanut butter, powdered sugar and other sweet ingredients, you can whip up a batch of eyeballs in no time.

Haunted gingerbread houses

Gingerbread houses aren’t just for Christmas time. This year, bake gingerbread for Halloween too! Your kids will love assembling their own haunted gingerbread house and decorating it with all kinds of frosting, candies and other treats.

In a hurry?

If you don’t have time to make something special, pick up a store-bought cake or cupcakes and add gummy worms and plastic spiders on top.

More Halloween food and recipes

How to make a graveyard cake
How to make spooky Halloween treats
Halloween junk food substitutes


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