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)

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