Halloween Celebrations

13 Easy Scary Halloween Appetizer Recipes for Your Potluck

13 Easy Scary Halloween Appetizer Recipes for Your Potluck

halloween appetizers There are plenty of things you can do besides trick-or-treating or Netflix-binging come Hallo-ween. For one, you can throw one hell of a Fright Night party. Don’t know what foods to make? We’ve got you covered. Here are appetizer recipes that you and your guests will die for.

Halloween Snack Platter: Treat party guests to a variety of sweet and savory snacks. They’ll be so impressed, they won’t even be tempted to dip into your candy stash. (via Foxes Love Lemons)

Mummy Pizzas: Making your own pizza dough can be scary. Swap it for ciabatta loaves instead to make these easy mummy apps. (via Brit + Co)

7-Layer Spider Web Dip: Turn a classic appetizer into a Halloween favorite with just a little sour cream artistry and a handful of black olive spiders. (via Chelsea’s Messy Apron)

Spooky Halloween Pretzels: Your starters don’t all have to be savory, so serve up a tray of chocolate-covered pretzels. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Halloween Monster Popcorn: Colored with candy melts and filled with other sweets, this monster popcorn really pops once you add a generous sprinkle of salt. (via Salty Canary)

Deviled Egg Brains: Savory deviled egg brains are bound to turn your party guests into hungry zombies. (via Brit + Co)

Bell Pepper Salad Cups: This time of year, our consumption of fresh vegetables is definitely lacking. Make up for it with a spirited presentation of salad. (via Fork and Beans)

Monster Sushi: A tray of monster sushi looks colorful and surprisingly stylish among your other appetizers. (via Brit + Co)

Spider Hot Dogs: We’ve all seen mummy hot dogs. Take things to the next terrifying level with these truly disturbing tube steak spiders. (via Plain Chicken)

Skeleton Snack Tray: Spend time on your costume, not cooking up a storm in your kitchen, by preparing a snack platter that requires no oven time. (via Cutefetti)

Monstrous Meatball Sliders: Cheese fangs and olive eyeballs transform plain old meatball sliders into an on-point app. (via Chelsea’s Messy Apron)

Mini Toad Holes: With a name like “toad in the hole,” this dish was destined for October dining. (via Lavender and Lovage)

Little Potato Halloween Monster Eyeballs: Kids and adults alike are pretty much obsessed with potatoes, especially when cheese is involved (even if it does look like the eyeballs). (via Noshing With the Nolands)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *