We’re only days away from Halloween and there are so many fun new Halloween food ideas to share! Today we’re basically putting your Halloween party menu together with snacks/appetizers, main courses, sides, and dessert. You’re welcome!
Halloween Snacks & Appetizers
These easy snacks & appetizers have just the right amount of festive flair! Keep your guest’s hunger at bay with these howlingly good bites.
The Ultimate Easy Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
These tender crockpot meatballs are made with ground chicken and covered in a spicy buffalo sauce. They’re a lighter healthier version of your favorite buffalo wings – and the perfect party appetizer!
Mini Corn Dogs
Mini hot dogs dipped in sweet cornmeal batter and dunked in your condiment of choice are a party food classic! Kids and adults love these super easy corn dog nuggets. Just serve them with ketchup, mustard and maybe some cheesy sauce!
Drinks & cocktails
These easy sips are full of fall flavors! For even more ideas, check out our post about the best Halloween drinks & cocktails!
Funfetti Cocoa Bombs
If you haven’t tried Hot Chocolate Bombs yet, this colorful and fun recipe is here to fix that. There’s something to be said for the simple joy of colorful sprinkles, marshmallows, and chocolate melting all together in a warm mug of milk. Amiright? Hot chocolate for the win!
Mains & Sides
When it comes to main course fare on Halloween, you want something fun and easy to make. And these recipes deliver! They can all be made ahead and are ideal for feeding a hungry crowd of ghosts.
Mummy Hot Dogs
You won’t want to keep this quick and easy appetizer under wraps! These Mummy Hot Dogs wrapped in biscuit dough are a spooky variation on pigs in a blanket that come together in minutes. Perfect for kids’ Halloween parties and served with a fun and creepy eyeball dipping sauce.
Baked Macaroni and Cheese
I feel like I don’t even need to say this but, everyone will love this recipe. Creamy, cheesy homemade macaroni in cheese baked to bubbly perfection in the oven. Make it in advance for a guaranteed party hit!
Spinach and Cheese Croissant Strata
Instead of using bread why not up your strata game by using buttery croissants? This cheesy casserole can be made ahead and served for dinner at your Halloween party! It’s cozy, comfort food that’s pretty much made for chilly autumn evenings.
Cream of Zucchini Soup
The green hue of this simple zucchini soup recipe makes it perfect for Halloween parties – just give it a spooky name like Green Goblin Soup! If you want to add even more spooky vibes, drizzle sour cream thinned with a bit of milk on top in the shape of a spider web.
Every good celebration deserves a sweet ending and these Halloween desserts are ready for the grand finale. If you’re looking for even more Halloween treats, check out these Halloween cupcakes and these Halloween dessert ideas!
Enjoy more holiday recipes all season long! Check out our recipe index for hundreds of festive food and drink ideas.