Creepy Halloween Party Food
When it comes to Halloween party food, the creepier the better right? Especially if you’re catering for teenagers.
Some of these dishes look more scary and stomach churning than others but, if you’re looking for inspiration for your own concoctions, you’ll definitely find it here.
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Warning! If you’re easily grossed out by ‘stuff’, my picks for the creepiest creepy Halloween party food are 12 and 13 on this list.
Seriously. They. Are. GROSS!
Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Now, on to the list of 13 Creepy Halloween Party Foods…
1 – Dark Chocolate Halloween Cookies
These are the least creepy but I thought I’d better start with a couple of gentler suggestions.
These cookies are the creation of Simply Happy Foodie and you can find the recipe here.
2 – Rice Krispies Treat Marshmallow Brains
This Halloween take on rice krispie treats is from Sprinkles and Sprouts and you can find the recipe here.
3 – Halloween Poison Apples
An apple a day keeps the… Hmm… Not so sure that applies to these apples. Created by Travel Cook Tell, you can get the recipe here.
4 – Voodoo Doll Cookies
These Voodoo doll cookies are perhaps not the creepiest but they show that even the humble gingerbread man cookie cutter (find them here) can be useful when creating Halloween goodies.
5 – “Zombie Guts” Halloween Cinnamon Rolls
I reckon these zombie guts cinnamon rolls have a specific audience in mind (not me!) and that crowd would love them. Can you guess? Leave your guess in the comments.
Quite a few of these recipes would appeal to that crowd… 🙂
This recipe can be found here.
6 – Bloody Finger Hot Dogs for Halloween
These cleverly crafted hot dog ‘fingers’ show that a little imagination can go a long way. Find out how to replicate them here.
7 – Cheddar Witches’ Fingers (Spooky Cheese Straws)
Cheese straws are definitely a fan favourite at most gatherings and why should Halloween be any different? You can find the recipe and instructions here.
8 – Shrunken Heads in Spiced Cider
Here’s another simple carving project with serious Halloween creepiness. Check out all the details here.
9 – Brain Dip
10 – The Noshing Dead ‘Palmiears’
What’s the perfect accessory for a Halloween party? A zombie ear necklace, of course!
And no, that wouldn’t be creepy at all.
See all the details of these palmiers made creepy at the Kitchen Overlord.
11 – Edible Intestines
More unpleasant looking (but tasty) edibles for your Halloween buffet table. Perfectly ghastly and a perfectly creepy addition to this list. Get all the details here.
12 – Zombie Mouth Cupcake
These cupcakes are next-level-creepy.
After all the work you’d need to put into them, I reckon they’d be better used for decorative purposes.
Besides… Could you eat them?
There’s no denying they are amazing. You find all the instructions here.
13 – Broccoli and Pea Green Salad Grubs
Eat your greens, kids!
Honestly, I’m not sure if these broccoli and pea grubs would turn kids off or encourage them. What do you think?
You’ll need a mould to make them so you can either make your own or use a candy mould like this one here.
The recipe and all the instructions can be found here.
Creepy Halloween Party Food
What do you think? Creepy or not creepy enough?
Which of these creations would you add to your Halloween buffet table?
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