Pumpkin Carving Party Appetizer Menu
Some Halloween variations on favorite appetizers, perfect for choosing a selection of sweet and savory, hot and cold appetizers for your guests.
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When planning a party that revolves around an activity, like pumpkin carving, or decorating gingerbread houses, it’s best to opt for a variety of smaller party appitizers and small plates. This enables people to eat while they work, and at their leisure, so people can break for food whenever it is most convenient for them. We've put together an array of easy-to-make Halloween appetizers for you to pick and choose from for your fete -- or ask your guests to each bring a dish.
The classic Halloween candy is turned into a fun cocktail.
Add the nuts after you add the syrup to the popcorn; they will adhere better.
Instead of plain, salted nuts, whip up this mix with pretzels and nuts and a kick of spice.
Deviled Eggs are a must for the holiday celebrating ghosts and goblins.
Since you're carving pumpkins, why not save the seeds and roast them for an easy, healthy snack.
Serve with blue corn chips for a scary treat.
Classic Devils on Horseback are another Halloween favorite.
Simple pumpkin muffins gain an extra dark - and sweet - surprise with chocolate chips.
Basic cupcakes take a gruesome turn with his delicious, but ugly, treats.
Want to know more?
Click here to learn how to host a Pumpkin Carving Party
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Click here for our Pumpkin Carving Essentials
Click here to learn how to carve a pumpkin
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