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Devilishly Delicious Halloween Party Snacks

Planning a spooky Halloween party or just looking for Halloween food ideas for your family? Try one of these devilishly delicious Halloween party snacks.

Enjoy these Halloween food ideas from festive Halloween cupcakes, cookies, and more. Pin this to Pinterest for later!

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Chocolate Covered Pretzels

It’s easy to enrobe pretzels with chocolate to create tasty pumpkins, mummies, and monsters. Turn sandwich cookies into bat snacks! Don’t save this for October 31–serve with fruit for a fun after-school snack.

Candy Sushi

Let’s face it, gross food is fun. And Halloween is really the only time you want to eat gross food on purpose. This candy sushi is nasty in all the good ways.

Spider Cookies

Really the only way to eat a spider. These spider cookies use mini Reese’s peanut butter cups and those fun candy googly eyes.

Pumpkin Cupcakes

Pumpkin cupcakes are a non-scary way to celebrate not just Halloween, but fall in general. To get all holiday specific, add triangle eyes and nose, and a smile to make jack o’lantern cupcakes.

Mummy Apple Crypts

Apples are in season, and how better to make a cute turnover snack than with these pastry-wrapped treats? Good for a Halloween party or for an after-school snack.

Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops

Dip and decorate marshmallows for these easy marshmallow pops. 

Melted Jack O Lantern Brownies

Brownies are my favorite, and these “melted” Jack o Lanterns are perfect for Halloween. Think of all the festive variations you could create!

Monster Eye Cookies

Eye spy delicious gooey monster eye cookies can be made with literally any kind of cookie, but this green sugar cookie dough is extra fun.

Spider Web Donuts

Ghost Popcorn Balls

A clever variation on your standard popcorn ball. Realy, how did we celebrate Halloween before candy monster eyes?

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