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30 Favorite Halloween Food + Drinks


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A little bit silly and slightly spooky – here are 30 of the most deliciously festive Halloween food and drink ideas! Favorite Halloween Food and Drinks

Halloween might be the funnest holiday to cook for! Here are 30 festive favorites!

Halloween Drinks

Halloween Drinks

1. Witches Brew || Somewhat Simple

2. Halloween Soda Labels || Somewhat Simple

Halloween Drinks

3. Jack-O-Lantern Drinks ||

4. Spooky White Hot Cocoa || Your Homebased Mom

Halloween Drinks

5. Black Lemonade || Instructables

6. Worm Infested Party Drink || I Dig Pinterest

7. Sparkling Cranberry Orange Eyeball Punch ||The Novice Chef

8. Chicken Boo-dle Soup || Morgan Manages Mommyhood

Halloween Food

Halloween Food

9. Mummy Dogs || Somewhat Simple

10. Goblin Eyes Deviled Eggs || Somewhat Simple

Halloween Food

11. Sand Witches || from Lisa Storms

12. Spider Pancakes || from Tidy Mom

Halloween Food

13. Ghost Pancakes || Somewhat Simple

14. Barfing Pumpkin Guacamole || Somewhat Simple

Halloween Food

15. Ghostly Goulash || Somewhat Simple

16. Witches Fingers || Somewhat Simple

Halloween Food

17. Tangerine Jack-O-Lanterns || Disney Baby

18. Tangerine Pumpkins + Ghost Bananas || Flo & Grace

Halloween Food

19. Halloween Spaghetti || The 36th Avenue

20. Spider Pizzas || Recipe Runner

Halloween Food

21. Spider Web Taco Dip || Palatable Pastime

22. Pumpkin Pasta Alfredo || Yellow Bliss Road

Halloween Food

23. Bone Bread Sticks || Just A Taste

24. Mummy Jalapeno Poppers || Frugal Coupon Living

Halloween Food

25. Hot Dog Fingers || Party Tipz

26. Vanilla Ghost Milk Shakes || Lil Luna

Halloween Food

27. Skull Guacamole || No Biggie

28. Macaroni and Cheese Pumpkin Cups || My Recipe Magic

Halloween Food

29. Skeleton Mini Pizzas || Plain Chicken

30. Intestine Red Velvet Cinnamon Rolls || Nerdist

(I seriously debated on using that last one because it looks so disgusting!!!!)

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Is there a Halloween food recipe you like to make this time of year?

Leave me a comment, I’d LOVE to hear about it!

Happy Halloween!!!

This post originally published on Somewhat Simple in October 2010. It was updated with new favorites in October 2017.

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