If you’re hosting a bloodcurdling bash with lots of little mouths to feed, don’t panic.
We’ve scoured the web to hunt down the most eerily easy Halloween food to make your guests gasp at your culinary excellence, yet we know … it is all an illusion WAA HA HA HA HAAAAA.
HALLOWEEN FOOD THAT IS SPOOKILY SIMPLE
What could be simpler than this Halloween food recipe? Tangerine pumpkins and banana ghosts require only four ingredients, so you can whip up a spooky and healthy treat in no time … and it’s healthy to boot.
Get recipe here: Flo & Grace
Spooky and tasty, this jalapeño popper mummy recipe is guaranteed to be a hit with the kids. The candy eyeballs are just too cute for words.
Get recipe here: The Hopeless Housewife
Next on our list of Halloween food is the brilliant Dracula Dentures by Delish. It’s funny, creepy and takes only about 30 minutes to make.
Get recipe here: Delish
What’s better than regular brownies? Cobweb brownies of course. Drizzle melted marshmallows on the brownies and you’re done…perfect for the busy mum this Halloween.
Get recipe here: Delish
Kids want pizza on Halloween? Make it this one. All ingredients are ready made so you can have a tasty Halloween treat in just half an hour.
Get recipe here: Pillsbury
EASY HALLOWEEN FOOD (CONT.)
Serve up simple, healthy Halloween food with this mousse recipe by Sam Wood. Raw cacao, dark chocolate, coconut cream and kale make for a sweet, decadent treat.
Get recipe here: 28 by Sam Wood
A cute meringue ghost is as simple as it gets when it comes to Halloween food. Making the meringue is actually pretty easy and prep time is about 1.5 hours.
Get recipe here: My Baking Addiction
If you want healthy Halloween food that’s a cinch to prepare, these apple bites are right on the money. Simply slice the apples, add nut butter or jam and decorate with slivered almonds.
Get recipe here: Oh She Glows
Cheese monsters are tasty Halloween treats and a craft project all in one. Have your kids peel the mini Babybel cheese and stick on candy eyes whilst you cut up decorative designs.
Get recipe here: Danya Banya
Here’s another cute mummy recipe on our list of simple Halloween food. It’s super quick to make with the refrigerated crescent rolls.
Get recipe here: Dietz & Watson
HALLOWEEN PARTY FOOD (CONT.)
This mandarin pumpkins recipe is one of the easiest and healthiest on our list of Halloween food. All you need is mandarins, a sharpie and imagination.
Get recipe here: Design Intuition
Here’s another super easy recipe that kids will love. They’ll love turning the humble hard-boiled egg into a spooky snack.
Get recipe here: On My Kids Plate
Fruit kababs are a must have on our Halloween table. This recipe dresses up the kababs with marshmallow ghosts.
Get recipe here: Katarina’s Paperie
Kids will have a blast making these easy marshmallow eyeballs. The recipe requires red edible marker pen, black food colouring and plenty of imagination.
Get recipe here: Eats Amazing
Halloween food should look and taste amazing. These simple brownie spiders tick all the boxes and require just four ingredients: brownies, chocolate chips, pretzels and candy eyeballs.
Get recipe here: Suburban Simplicity
So, you’ve got the food sorted, don’t stop there! We have plenty more short-cuts for you: Halloween made easy in five simple steps.