• Mon, Oct 6 2008

50 Fun Homemade Halloween Treats, Snacks and Appetizers

witches finger cookies

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They’re kinda spooky.

I’ve found so many great homemade Halloween treats out there, I had to share some of my favorites with you here. If you’re planning a Halloween or harvest party check out these treat, appetizer, and snack ideas.

  1. Pumpkin Cookies With Cream Cheese Icing
  2. Chocolate Candy Apples
  3. Deluxe Caramel Apples
  4. Pizza Mummies
  5. Crunchy Spiders
  6. Witches Hat Cookies
  7. Double Decker M & M Halloween Brownies
  8. Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
  9. Maple Brown Sugar Snickerdoodles
  10. I Scream Sandwitches
  11. Ghost Sticks
  12. Halloween Party Mix
  13. Monster Toes
  14. Halloween Cake Pops
  15. Edible Eyeball Bites
  16. Screaming Spice Cookies
  17. Witches Finger Cookies
  18. Caramelized Cobwebs and Licorice Spiders
  19. Monster Cupcakes
  20. Spiced Apple Cider
  21. Hot Raspberry Cider
  22. Pumpkin Seed Brittle
  23. Tasty Eyeballs
  24. Pecan Caramel Spiders
  25. Ghostly Pumpkin Pudding
  26. Pumpkin Pie Pizza Cookie
  27. Halloween Rice Crispy Treats
  28. Hot Buttered Cider
  29. Cranberry Pumpkin Cookies
  30. Sweet and Salty Pumpkin Seeds
  31. Monster Punch
  32. Franken Faces
  33. Dirt Cake
  34. Spider Web Cookies
  35. Host Of Ghosts
  36. Turtle Corn
  37. Pumpkin Mousse Trifle
  38. Yummy Mummy Cupcakes
  39. Salty Bones
  40. Monster Paws
  41. Caramel Nut Popcorn
  42. Dracula Cupcakes
  43. Mummy Dogs
  44. Marsh Monsters
  45. Candy Corn Crispy Treats
  46. Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
  47. Pumpkin Fudge
  48. Melon Brain
  49. Cheese Pumpkins
  50. Ghosts on Broomsticks

There you go. 50 of the funnest Halloween treats, snacks, and appetizers I could find. Hopefully you can find the perfect recipe or recipes for your Halloween party plans.

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  • http://www.octamom.com Octamom

    Looks like a fantastic list of yummy treats–definitely bookmarking this page to make the season festive and yummy!

    Blessings!

  • http://www.free-from.com/blog Lucy

    What a list! That melon brain thing is horrible … just what the children would like!

  • john

    I’m a college student that loves to cook and loves halloween! lol … these are perfect for this year’s halloween party and they’re incredibly easy! Thanks!

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  • http://www.ageless-beauty.com/Whats_New_in_Ageless_Beauty-whats-new-thirty-eight.html Jean

    What a great resource Linette. I love the witches’ fingers and hats. I need to take some time to check out the others. Thank you!

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  • Karen

    All the recipes sound delicious, and Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.

  • http://andthebottomlineis.blogspot.com/ Gena

    Love all these great recipes! The pumkin fudge and witches hat cookies are a must! I also love Halloween and all the ways to entertain family and friends and trick-o-treaters!

  • http://www.askbecca.com Becca

    What a great list. I am so excited about trying a bunch of these! I have 2 parties that I think I will be bringing the coolest tricks to!

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  • http://play-with-food.blogspot.com Deborah Dowd

    These look great and I am dying to try those fingers! Thanks for compiling these all.

  • http://dinemag.net Katherine

    These look fabulous. Thanks for the great resource.

  • http://www.prettyfastfood.blogspot.com Foodaholic

    Great list! Thanks so much.

  • http://doghillkitchen.blogspot.com Maggie

    Great list of ideas!

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  • Kegger

    I keep getting page not dsiplayed when clicking on any of the recipes above. Any advice?

    • marci

      me neither

    • lee

      Hi Kegger, This error message sounds like it’s from internet explorer and usually pops up when there’s a connection issue between you and the page you’re trying to load. I’ve spot checked a lot of the listed recipes, most of which are hosted on sites other than this one, and can load them no problem. Does the error persist for you?

    • Ally

      I had my pop-ups blocked before and the recipies weren’t showing up but once I turned off my pop-up blocker it started to work. Hope this helps :)

  • kati

    these are great thanks super much!!!

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  • charles

    hats off fantastic dont know wht to say

  • annamarie

    that was a great list thanks, i cant wait for my party tomarrow. btw u can also make eyeballs with dougnut holes, white chocolate, milk chocolate ships, and red gel icing.