This Halloween, like so many other events this year, will be different as we all still need to be cautious of the coronavirus. It does not mean you and your kids cannot have fun at home. All you need for the ultimate spookfest are good friends, good food, and a great Halloween costume.
DIY 6 Spooky Snacks For Private Halloween Party
These sweet and savory snacks are perfect for your holiday menu. For more spooky Halloween party ideas, pair these pumpkin recipes with a tasty Halloween cocktail. When the party is winding down, be sure to have some creepy-cute Halloween cupcakes on hand.
1. Forest Pudding
Adults and kids alike will be wowed by your ability to pull off these treats (or should we say “tree-eats”?). Don’t worry; we won’t tell them how simple they were to make.
2. Skeleton Cookies
No bones about it—these gingerbread cookies will be welcome guests at any Halloween party. Stick your family of skeleton cookies into colorful cauldron cupcakes for the coolest (and yummiest) two-in-one treat ever.
3. Pumpkin Cheese Balls
Turn a classic snack into a Halloween-ready hors d’oeuvre by adding a celery stick to resemble a pumpkin stem. Turn your basic Rice Krispie treat into a festive crowd-pleaser.
4. Pumpkin Donuts
Baked pumpkin doughnuts are just the thing for a Halloween fête—especially when they’re covered with a rich sour cream frosting and a smattering of orange sprinkles. A sprinkle of orange color gives these mini pumpkin donuts the perfect rusty orange color.
5. Mummy and Spider Hot Dogs
These are probably the easiest snacks that can look spooky if done right. Serving these with some red sauce, whether it be ketchup, sweet and sour sauce, chili sauce, or anything along those lines, will make for a great bloody feature!
6. Grave Dessert Cups
Chocolate pudding or ice cream is fun and all but on such a spooky occasion you can easily spice these up and make it into a fun activity. Add a few gummy worms or other spooky gummies such as snakes or skulls as finishing touches.