Why Don’t We Have Some #HalloweenFun With Food?

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Let’s have some #HalloweenFun this holiday! By doing what, you ask? By making creepy sweets and treats that will gross out your whole family, that’s what! Let’s take a look at some nasty and amazing finger foods the whole family will enjoy this Halloween season.

Mummies – It’s a Wrap!

Do you have some hotdogs and a can of crescent roll dough? Then you have what it takes to make mummies for Halloween. Take your weenie and wrap it with the dough, but leave just enough of the weenie to peek through the dough for a face. Then bake according to the crescent roll directions. Once your mummies are out of the oven, you’ll want to give them eyes – we recommend a couple of dabs of mustard. The kids will love this for a fun and frightening dinner.

Witch Fingers – A Fabulous Finger Food

If you have some long pretzel sticks and some white yogurt chips and green food coloring lying around, you have what it takes to make witch fingers. Simply melt your white yogurt chips and stir in a few drops of green food coloring to make it a witch’s skin tone. Then, take your pretzel stick and dip it into the mixture, completing the look with a black licorice jellybean at the end of the pretzel as a fingernail. This finger food is gross, but also amazing at the same time. 

Flying Bats – It’s Where it’s At!

Buy some chocolate sandwich cookies, some chocolate chips, and decorations for candy eyes. Then melt your chocolate chips and dip one side of your sandwich cookie into it. Remove a chocolate wafer from the back of another cookie and break it in half. Then wedge the two halves into the crème of your dipped cookie to resemble “wings”. Before your dipped chocolate hardens, add small candy eyes to complete the look. You’ll have cookies that look like bats!

Deviled Eggs & Spiders Sliders

You’ll need eggs, black olives, mayo, mustard, salt, and pepper. Hard boil your eggs, peel, then slice in half longwise. Scoop out the yolks, mash them with a fork, and mix with mayo, mustard, salt, and pepper. Spoon the mashed yolks back into the whites of your eggs. Then, cut your pitted olive in half. Place one half on the top of your deviled egg to form the spider’s “body”. Then, cut the other half of your olive into eight segments and arrange around the “body” to form the legs of your spider. Serve your deviled eggs and spiders sliders!

Used Bandages – Gross but Fantastic

Get yourself some graham crackers, cream cheese frosting, and strawberry jam. Cut the graham crackers into wedges that look like the size of a bandage. Take some cream cheese frosting and frost only the center section of the graham cracker so it has the appearance of a small bandage pad. Take a tiny dollop of jam and lay it on top of the cream cheese for that “used bandage” look. Serve.

If you’re looking for ideas for Halloween food that’s a little different, shocking, but also absolutely fantastic, look no further than our list. You’ll be sure to be the hit of the Halloween party!

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