Halloween will soon be here and our doorbells and letterboxes will be going with the sound of trick or treaters at our door. But did you know that there are plenty of bloggers out there who’ve created some delicious Halloween treats, perfect for our Halloween parties? Some may be gooey, some may be gory but ultimately they are all absolutely delicious so why not give them a try this Halloween?
Here are 20 tasty recipes – which one is your favourite?
This Monster Halloween Popcorn from Recipes From A Pantry makes for the perfect treat for your kids and great for guests if you decide to have a Halloween party. Just try not to eat it all up yourself first!
These Witches Fingers from Madhouse Family Reviews may look gruesome but they’re incredibly tasty and the perfect gory treat for dishing out to trick or treaters.
These Honeycomb Halloween lollipops made by Garden, Tea, Cakes And Me are a fantastic treat to make with your kids in the run up to the day and would make a unique treat to hand out to the costumed kids at your door. Aren’t they cute – but scary too?
Does anything scream Halloween more than pumpkins? I think not – and I’m sure you will agree, pumpkin is such a deliciously versatile ingredient. Wanting to try something new? Give these Pumpkin Pasties from The Awesome Lady a try.
Smoothie bowls are something to be enjoyed all year round – but what if I told you that you could enjoy a tasty Halloween one? This Halloween Inspired Smoothie Bowl from Life Of A Beauty Nerd is the perfect way to get in the Halloween mood.
Something I always enjoy at Halloween is a toffee apple – and these delicious toffee apples from Supergolden Bakes are definitely the ultimate Halloween party food.
These Spooky Jelly Pumpkins from MyBump2Baby are such a cute idea to get the family excited for Halloween!
If you want spooky but cute, these Halloween Meringue Pops from Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen certainly fit the bill! These are a great Halloween treat to make with the kids.
These Monster Marshmallow Eyeballs from The Life Of Dee are really easy to make and look and taste good too – who doesn’t love marshmallows, right?
Want the perfect Halloween treat that not only is spooky to look at but is incredibly tasty? These Jello Eyeballs from Incredibusy tick all those boxes!
Get some animal fun into the equation too with these super cute Ghost Chicken Halloween cupcakes from ET Speaks From Home. Aren’t they simply spooky and adorable in equal measure?
Don’t be fooled into thinking all delicious Halloween recipes have to be sweet though. These amazing Halloween stuffed peppers from Melanie’s Fab Finds make for a perfect themed dinner idea.
Want to celebrate Halloween but not compromise on your diet? You’re in luck! These delicious Syn Free Red Pepper Deviled ‘Pumpkin’ Eggs from the fabulous team at Pinch of Nom enable you to join in the celebrations guilt free!
These Tuna Monster Rolls from Shell Louise are such a yummy lunch or dinner idea for the run up to Halloween – the kids will surely love them!
These Pepper Brain Monsters from Blue Bear Wood are a deliciously healthy meal idea that the kids will love because of the spookiness. Add this into the meal rotation for Halloween week, it will surely go down a treat.
Soup is absolutely perfect for this time of year so this Hocus Pocus Pea Soup from Serenity You is very seasonally appropriate and super delicious!
If you are still looking for a savoury Halloween dish, then this Witches Finger Chilli from London Unattached definitely gets the thumbs up from me!
Love to make and bake with the kids? Then I’ve found the bake – and the blog – for you. These Halloween Monster Cookies from Cooking With My Kids are yummy, fun and so easy to make!
I have already mentioned that I love pumpkin and how I feel it epitomises Halloween so this Halloween Pumpkin Soup from Tea And Cake For The Soul is a dish I will definitely be enjoying.
To finish off, I’ve got one more delicious pumpkin flavoured treat for you – these Spiced Pumpkin Cookies from Searching For Spice. They look great and make for the perfect talking point at any Halloween party.
Next week I’ll be heading back with some more tasty Halloween recipes that I think you should try – but what I want to know is – which of these recipes would you try first? If you are still wanting MORE tasty Halloween recipes, check out this fab post from Cheap Dinner Ideas!