The kids are back in school and all of us parents are just settling in to the new routine. Of course as soon as you get comfortable something comes walking around the corner and that something is always Halloween. Halloween is coming sooner than you think so to help you get in the spirit and really wow some people this year we have 7 fun spooky Halloween recipes you have to try!
Witches Brew from Tales of Mommyhood
If you are in need of a spooky looking punch option for any Halloween gathering you are putting together than this Witches Brew from Tales of Mommyhood is a great option to play with. It has simple ingredients that make it easy and affordable to put together on a large scale and the kids just love it! Of course you can always play around with the color, in the past I have done this adding a small amount of black food coloring and eye ball ice cubes!
Pumpkin Carrots and Ranch Yogurt Dip from This West Coast Mommy
You can’t have a party with out a great veggie platter and Halloween should be a time where you take a moment to think of ways to really keep it on theme. Turning your carrots into little pumpkins is a great idea for little ones and for any party you might be planning. It is all about the little details and this little detail will have your guests asking how you did it to every slice! Thankfully This West Coast Mommy shows us just how to do it with ease.
Little Devil’s Meringue Cookies from Wilton.com
If you really want to wow those Halloween visitors or maybe your kids class this year for the season then this is the recipe you need to try. These little devil’s are delicious and would definitely make some teachers and parents giggle when you bring them in for the whole class. Those cheeky little kids will love them as much as you love watching those little devil’s eat them!
Jack-O-Lantern Quesadillas from Florassippi Girl
Sometimes it takes a little help getting the kids in the spirit of the holidays and what better way to do that then with themed dinners! These super easy and fun to assemble quesadillas are perfect for getting kids excited to run out trick or treating! A great fast meal option for when you can barely get them to sit still long enough to put on a costume.
Graveyard Taco Dip from Chickabug
Every good party needs a great dip and a Halloween dip should be a bit of a show stopper, maybe even a food focal point on your spooky table of treats! This graveyard taco dip tastes amazing and looks great on any Halloween party table. All the shapes are easy to cut from soft tortillas and all you have to do is bake them in the oven and you can make your little graveyard anyway you like!
Mini Ghost Pizzas from The Mommy Mix
Every ghosty loves mini pizzas and serving them up for dinner leading up to the big day is a great way to help get the whole family excited. I have even seen them done as mummies using pepperoni strips and keeping them as squares. They are easy to make, quick and the perfect dinner to get your kids helping in the kitchen.
Halloween Marshmallow Pops from Our Happy Place
Now a super fast, easy and cheap way to make some themed treats for a Halloween party are these great marshmallow pops. They are great for feeding a big crowd or as a potluck item for any party you have been invited too this Halloween season. Even better if you have to make treats for a whole class or a couple classes and need to get the kids to help out. With everything else going on do you really need to create something hard? No, you can make something amazing that is simple too!
With all these recipes you will be the talk of the town this Halloween!