If you are planning a Halloween party this year or need healthy Halloween snack options for a school fall festival or classroom party… you’re going to love this list! This Halloween party food list includes everything from monster tacos to bloody bandages made out of graham crackers. Fair warning: The following round up contains creepy, gross, disgusting food. Look at your own risk.
Healthy Halloween Party Food Ideas
The first 15 ideas on the list are savory dishes with a creepy twist. Think monster tacos and hard boiled eggs turned eye balls. These healthy Halloween party food options are perfect for pre trick or treating or a fall festival at school.
All you need for this simple Halloween appetizer is carrots and plums. Easy, healthy, cute!
Here is another version of a healthy Halloween pumpkin snack tray with carrots, cucumbers, and celery!
2. Finger food
Who knew hot dogs made the perfect fingers and onions looked like fingernails? Genius! Details at Jojoebi Designs.
3. Monster tacos
The sour cream and olive eyes are my favorite part! For the complete monster taco recipe, hop on over to Glitter and Bubbles.
These mummy pouches are perfect for the 4 and under crowd. Just add scotch tape and google eyes to any food pouch!
5. Egg eyes
Turn hard boiled eggs into creepy eyeballs with a little food coloring. Details at Jojoebi Designs.
6. Popcorn hands
7. Full moon cheese crackers
A simple cracker, peice of cheese, and olive bats! Genius!
8. Chitter chatter apples
For details on how to make apple mouths, check out Mom Always Finds Out.
The Rice Krispie treat tombstones with coconut grass and a candy pumpkin were originally found on Halloween Decorating Ideas.
10. Rat meatballs
It doesn’t get more disgusting than rat meatballs! Find the recipe at Food.com.
11. Veggie skeleton
This edible skeleton is healthy and cute! More details at Fabulessly Frugal.
12. Sand “Witch”es
13. Ghost pizza
14. Mummy raisins
Here’s another great Halloween snack idea for the kid crowd, simply wrap a raisin box in Scotch tape and add google eyes!
It doesn’t get much easier or cuter than a cursive “boo” with a spaghetti noodle! More details at Jeanne Benedict.
16. Pumpkin fruit tray
Turn mandarin oranges into tiny pumpkins with a celery stick stem! How cute is that?
Halloween Treats for Party
17. Owl brownies
Turn box brownies into cute, edible brownies with an Oreo cookie and a candy corn beak!
18. Bloody Band Aids
For more details, check out Making Memories with Your Kids
19. Eyeball cake pops
20. Eyeball cupcakes
21. Spider oreos
For the tutorial, check out Oopsey Daisy.
22. Q-Tips & ear wax
How appetizing does that sound? Use marshmallows on (clean) lollipop stick and dip in peanut butter. Photo submitted by Angel.
Can you believe these delicious looking toe treats are made out of Nutter Butters. Find the complete recipe at Taste of Home.
24. Eye see you
Square pretzels, white chocolate melts, chocolate ships, and red sprinkles make the perfect eye ball treats. See the eyeball cookie recipe here.
For the recipe hop on over to Cookies and Cups.
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Do you love Halloween? What’s your favorite Halloween treat on the list? Those monster tacos and veggie skeleton are up there on my list! I’d love to hear…