Get ready for some Halloween party finger foods, perfect for your party this year!
Using some iconic symbols, we've cooked up a list of five easy Halloween foods that even the most amateur of chefs will find simple to recreate at home.
The best part about all of the foods here is that most of these recipes are reinvented classic appetizers like deviled eggs, guacamole dip and pigs-in-a-blanket. Not only are they all simple recipes, they're also ones everyone is familiar with, so they're sure to please the party crowd - whether it's full of kids or adults or a mix of both!
Wrap your little piggies in crescent dough, but get creative with how you do that. We've turned this popular appetizer into cute yummy mummies by cutting thinner strips of dough and strategically wrapping them to mimic those Halloween monsters we love to hate! Read More
We're sure you've seen this dressed up recipe before, but we've taken it to a whole new level by incorporating olives and hot sauce into the mix. Give these a try at your Halloween party or as a breakfast treat! Read More
Admittedly, these appetizer bites aren't necessarily all out Halloween themed, but we had to include them for two reasons. One, their amazingly tasty and always a crowd favorite at our parties. Two, they show how simple it is to transform any food into a festive treat. Read More
We'll eat guacamole any time, any where. Anyhow, here's a fun and festive way to make it the perfect Halloween food. With a bit of extra thought and a plastic baggie full of sour cream you can use this technique to dress up nachos or your favorite dip recipe, too! Read More
This recipe is actually a traditional Halloween food - no revisions! "Pan de Muerto" is a classic recipe derived from the Mexican celebration "Dia de los Muertos" - or Day of the Dead. It's sweeter than most loaves, but as an amazing crust and makes a great addition to your Halloween spread. Take a shot at making this easy bread recipe! Read More