Halloween is around the corner and we’ve got some good and exciting Halloween recipes because we all love this day right? From a Zombie cocktail to Hocus Pocus Halloween Drink!
Due to the current pandemic situation, I’m sure many parents will be looking for alternatives to traditional Trick-or-Treating.
While some neighborhood parties will continue with their traditional parties, so many may not happen due to regulations in some states that limit outdoor gatherings to no more than 250 people.
Check out these fun alternative ideas:
- Haunted House: Could be set up at home
- If you don’t have kids at home, like me, perhaps leaving a bowl of candy along with some hand sanitizer at the end of your driveway! Wave at trick-or-treaters from your front door.
- Set up a piñata for your children in your own yard with some of their favorite candies and or toys
- Watch together scary movies and ghost stories.
- Do a candy scavenger hunt at home
Nevertheless, it is a perfect time and excuse to decorate our homes with frightfully fun Halloween decor and treats! If you are like me, I’m sure you want to taste all those delicious desserts, spooky treats of fall.
Fun & Frightful Halloween Recipes
Take a look at these 10 Fun & Frightful Halloween Recipes that are sure to make you and your kids, and guests, howl!
Spiderweb Guacamole Dip – Brooklyn Farm Girl
If you are looking for a spooky dip for your Halloween party? Here it is! You’re going to love this classic guacamole dip with sour cream spiderwebs on top! And don’t worry – this Halloween guacamole dip is easy to make even includes a spiderweb tutorial video!
Pumpkin Cupcakes w/ Candy Corn Buttercream – Grand Baby Cakes
My favorite thing about this recipe is that cupcakes are inherently a simple treat to bake because they don’t require much fuss! This pumpkin flavored cupcake tastes exquisite: moist, light and so flavorful.
Adding two different types of sugars really gave it a kick! Not to mention the ground cinnamon and nutmeg to elevate the cupcakes and bring out those wonderful autumn flavors.
Black Velvet Cookies n’ Cream Cheesecake Cake – Itsy Bitsy Kitchen
I can go for anything black velvet and this cookies ’n cream cheesecake cake is no exception! Packed with chocolate and full of Halloween spirit–perfect for any and all parties this time of year!
It takes a little planning because the cheesecake needs to chill overnight before you assemble the cake.
Zombie Cocktail – Magic is Bacon
Halloween will indeed be bearable when celebrated with this zombie cocktail. The zombie cocktail may be a spellbinding hit at Halloween but this tiki cocktail was actually named because it turns the person drinking it into a zombie.
Halloween Popcorn Balls – A Table Full of Joy
These Halloween popcorn balls are easy to make, fun for parties, and kids love them! So bright, colorful, and festive. They make a great Halloween treat for your family or Halloween party guests.
Mummy Meatballs – Cheese Curd in Paradise
Mummy meatballs can be an appetizer or a main dish. They are absolutely delicious. Partially because they love the candy eyeballs and they love dipping into the pizza sauce.
Frankenstein Tartlets – Blondie-ish at Kitchen
Halloween is such a great occasion to make funny, delicious desserts. This Halloween Frankenstein Tartelettes are easy to make.
I love that the eyes and hair are made with chocolate ganache, it’s definitely better than just regular chocolate. These Tartelettes are perfect for any Halloween party.
Hocus Pocus Halloween Drink – Champagne and Coconuts
Every time I hear the word “hocus pocus,” I think of Bette Midler of the classic Halloween movie, Hocus Pocus. This Hocus Pocus signature drink will definitely add som wicked witchery to your Halloween party.
It’s Only 67 calories! It not only tastes great, but it’s also low-calorie and low-carb, so it’s great for those of you counting calories and carbs. It’s also great if you’re doing keto.
Bloody Red Velvet Cupcakes – The Little Epicurean
Give me Red velvet anything! The cake takes me back to my childhood birthdays, holiday parties, and every other happy occasion celebrated with cake.
The Cream cheese frosting and red velvet cake are an undeniably delicious pairing giving it a unique kick. By adding raspberry coulis to the mix, it turns this traditional pairing into an amazing trio.
Halloween Monster Marshmallows – Finding Zest
Your kids of all ages are going to get a kick out of this recipe! A unique detail about this recipe is that the imperfections really make the marshmallows look even more like monsters.
These cute Monster Halloween Marshmallows are easy Halloween treats. Only requires 5 ingredients and comes together in just a short few minutes.
So there you got it! When you’re done transforming the house into a haunted house and the costumes are also ready, you are on your way to planning these delicious Halloween recipes for your family and friends.
Sadly I no longer dress up in Halloween costumes, so the way I prefer to participate in this fun holiday is by making Halloween themed desserts and cocktails.
These recipes will indeed distract your guests especially the Hocus Focus drink! Not only are these recipes easy, but I am certain you already have the ingredients in your pantry! I hope these Halloween recipes will spike some good inspiration for your next Halloween get together!
Do you have other fun Halloween recipes? Let me know what they are in the comments.