Halloween

Frighteningly Easy Halloween Treats & Snacks 

Coco Tang
Updated September 5, 2019 63 votes 17 voters 25 items

List Rules Vote up the best Halloween food to make for office parties, potlucks, or just to add some fun to snacking at home.

From office parties to family Halloween get-togethers, there are a lot of reasons to know easy Halloween snacks. The best Halloween food puts the fear of true deliciousness into party-goers and offers an alternative to the endless candy parade of the season. From drinks to desserts and with plenty of savory stops in between, Halloween party food can be a fun way to celebrate the holiday.

If you'd like to live deliciously, there are devilishly tasty treats from jack-o'-lantern stuffed bell peppers and mummy dogs to vampire donuts and caramel apple slices. These Halloween food ideas on YouTube explain simple Halloween snacks that you don't need to be a chef to make. And you don't need a party as a reason to inject some Halloween joy into your everyday snacking either. Besides, if you want to show off your jalapeno popper mummies at the Halloween office party, then you need to practice making them.

Vote up the best video tutorials for easy Halloween snacks and get inspired!

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Nutter Butter Ghosts
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In just a few hauntingly simple steps you can turn peanut butter cookies into ghosts and mummies.

Watch the tutorial by FunFoods here.

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2
Witch Hat Cupcakes
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These stunning but simple cupcakes can be just as easily accomplished with store-bought cupcakes for last-minute parties.

Watch the tutorial by SugarCoder here.

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Caramel Apple Slices
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Take the autumnal classic of caramel apples to a new level with these sweet slices that are easy to serve up at a party.

Watch the tutorial by Todd's Kitchen here.

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Mummy Dogs
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This super easy and super cute spin on pigs in a blanket turns crescent roll dough and hot dogs into Halloween snacks that will satisfy even the most monstrous hunger. 

Watch the tutorial by Pillsbury here.

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