Halloween Treats

Halloween is only two weeks away, so it’s almost time to start making some fun halloween themed treats! If you’re looking to try something new this season, then this list is for you. These treats will make perfect snacks and appetizers to hold you over until Halloween!

  1. Halloween Snack Mix

Want to make your snack mix “ghoulishly good” this year? Then this recipe should be first on your list for halloween snacks! The main ingredient to make your snack mix spooky are some candy eyes. So if you already have a snack mix recipe, all you have to do is add this ingredient. If you don’t have a recipe already, then check out the recipe linked below!

Ghoulishly Good Halloween Snack Mix

  1. Taco Graveyard Dip

Give your taco dip some Halloween spirit this year. All you need for this recipe is your normal taco dip and some creativity! With some cream cheese and a piping bag, you can pipe some short Halloween phrases onto your homemade tortilla chips and place these chips into your taco dip. The Food Network has some more detailed instructions on how to do this in the link below!

Taco Graveyard Dip  

  1. Jack O’Lantern Onion Dip

If taco dip isn’t down your alley, then this onion dip might be more your style! This is also a little more simple than the previous recipe in terms of giving it a Halloween spin. To make the Jack O’Lanterns face, all you need to do is add two blue tortilla chips as eyes, a tiny blue tortilla chip as a nose, and make a smile using olives. The full recipe for the onion dip is in the link below. 

Jack O’Lantern Onion Dip 

  1. Sweet and Spicy Pumpkin Seeds

A sweet and spicy twist on a classic. If you have pumpkin seeds left over from pumpkin carving, then use those seeds to create a fun snack! The seasonings for these sweet and spicy pumpkin seeds include: sugar, salt, ground cumin, ground cinnamon, ground ginger, and a pinch of cayenne pepper. For more information on this recipe, the full recipe is linked below. 

Sweet and Spicy Pumpkin Seeds 

  1. Strawberry Ghosts

Once you hear about this recipe, you’ll want to make it immediately. Everyone loves chocolate strawberries and halloween, and these strawberry ghosts mix those two worlds together. Take the same steps you would take while making chocolate strawberries, but with white chocolate. Then, make these strawberry ghosts come to life using a piping bag and some dark chocolate to make the little ghost’s face. The link below has the full recipe and some pictures of the final product!

Strawberry Ghosts