New: Halloween Recipes
- Halloween Ice Cream Sandwich Bites
- Halloween 3 Bean Salad
- Sweet Potato Chips
- Halloween Barbeque Worm Sandwiches
- Halloween Candy Corn Pudding Pie Recipe
- Halloween Tossed Salad Recipe
- Halloween Ice Cream Recipe
- Pumpkin Spice Butter
- Candied Monster Toes
- Moldy Mashed Potatoes
- Grilled Anti-Vampire Steak
- Halloween Toasted Bats Recipe
- Alienade Halloween Drink
- Halloween Swamp Monster Pie
- Halloween Chicken Salad Pita Monster
- Roasted Corn and Ghoul Tongues
- Fire Ants on a Log
- Congealed Marrow with Candied Whiteheads
- Halloween Eyeballs
Bloody eyes looking up at you from the plate, tasty!
- Blackheads and Scabs
This recipe is so perfect for a teen Halloween party. The kids always laugh at this one.
- Jack O' Lantern Fruit Cup
Fun for after-school treats on Halloween week or if your having a get-together with another family.
- Slime Juice
Slimy and nutritious! This Halloween recipe is good for breakfast drinks.
- Candied Bugs and Slugs Mix
Doesn't that sound so yummy. Easy to make Halloween recipe that all will love.
- Witch's Brooms
Cute Halloween snack for witches and wizards. This is also a great dish for Harry Potter type Halloween parties.
- Halloween Pretzel Wands
These are great fun to make for school parties and such - but I would only give them out on Halloween as a treat for kids you know.
- Nuclear Waste Punch
You can add a glow stick to this Halloween punch recipe and really make it spooky looking. Just be sure the glow stick is clean before adding.
- Halloween Trail Mix
This fun treat goes hand-in-hand with a haunted Halloween hike or for a hayride.
- Mummy Dogs
Makes a quick dinner for Halloween night - so you can get to the fun stuff faster.
- Snakes in the Grass
These are fun Halloween sandwiches, but most teens are okay with them. Preteens seem to go for them more. But if your teen is babysitting or doing anything with younger children, print this recipe out for him/her.
- Maggot Stew
Very easy Halloween recipe for a filling meal before the festivities. You can make it ahead in the crock pot too.
- Spooky Halloween Pizza
Add whatever topping you like, just call them different things like 'eye of newt' for black olives or gopher guts for sausage or hamburger.
- Halloween Milkshake
Good drink recipe for a Halloween breakfast.
- Witches Warts
This is such a gross idea for such a yummy Halloween treat.
- Monster Toes
A twist on everyone's favorite cocktail party snack.
- Garlic Bread stick Bones
This Halloween recipe goes great with my favorite dinner recipe, Spaghetti and Eyeballs, which is found below.
- Frightening Fingers
This Halloween recipes uses some of my favorite candy. I love these peanut things! This is straight candy, prepare for the spooky sugar rush in teens.
- Halloween Popcorn Balls
Popcorn balls are a classic Halloween recipe. Add Halloween treats and voilà!
- S'more Eyeballs
A spooky take off of an old Girl Scout favorite.
- Spicy Bat Wings
This Halloween recipe is more of a 'make this and call it that' idea. Wings are always a hit at teen parties.
- Booberry Shake
Another nutritious Halloween treat. Halloween isn’t just candy anymore, hehe. This snack drink should be made for small groups or do a make-your-own table at a Halloween party where you keep the milk in the refrigerator.
- Edible Spooky Spiders
These creep me out. I hate spiders, so this is something my family always wants me to make every Halloween.
- Swamp Water Punch
- Brittle Meringue Bones with Radioactive Dip
- How to Roast Pumpkin Seeds
Perfect treat for when you are carving the Halloween pumpkin.
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- Apple Cider(hot)
Classic fall and Halloween recipe.
- Brain Cell Delight
Teenagers really like this Halloween recipe because it is so gross looking.
- Candy Corn Rice Crispy Treats
Kids love this treat and it is very simple. Just make the Crispy treats like normal and add the candy! The Halloween candy corn works best I think - just don't add anything chocolate.
- Caterpillar Cocoons
This fun recipe is one of those tried and true Halloween recipes that everyone loves. A very filling snack.
- Choco Lanterns
Fun way to serve chocolate pudding.
- Ants on a Log
Traditional Halloween recipe that can be used as one of your snacking recipes all year round.
- Chocolate Orange Ooze Cupcakes
One of my favorite Halloween recipes - the orange cream just oozes out.
- Deviled Eyeballs
Spooky Halloween appetizer recipe.
- Dirt Dessert
- Face Paint
Craft Halloween recipes can be useful all year round for fairs and youth events or plays.
- Fake Blood
Great for Halloween costumes or drama class.
- Finger Pizza
This Halloween recipe can be used at a luncheon or as a filling snack.
- Grasshopper Guts
- Ghoul-Ade For Halloween
Another craft Halloween recipe that can be use in science class.
- Halloween Brownies Recipe
- Halloween Monster Face Pizzas
- Hot Spiced Cider
- Monster Cookies
- Pigeon Poop
- Potty Jello
This is one of those Halloween recipes that really grosses teens out. Parents can have a lot of fun telling potty training stories when you serve this snack.
- Pumpkin Pancakes
- Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
- Smoke or Fog
- Snake Bits
Yum! dinner food or something for a Halloween potluck party.
- Spaghetti and Eyeballs
This is one of my favorite mealtime Halloween recipes. Give your teens a full spooky dinner on Halloween before they eat all the candy.
- Squashed Frogs
- Tuna Salad Sandwich Spooks
- Vampire's Blood Shake
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