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10 Delightfully Creepy, Gruesome Halloween Party Foods

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10 Delightfully Creepy, Gruesome Halloween Party Foods

Besides the crazy costumeshorror moviesclever methods for spooking trick-or-treaters, and terrifying decorations, don’t miss out on the chance to also use the party food to scare all your friends and family this Halloween. We firmly believe that everything on Halloween should fit in with the gruesome, freaky theme, and that should obviously include all the sweet and savory foods you serve to accompany the excessive quantities of candy you’re inevitably going to consume on this spooky day.

Chocolate Crescent Witch Hats

Chocolate Crescent Witch Hats

These three-ingredient, chocolate-filled witch hats will be wonderfully popular with the really young kids who want only the smallest hint of spookiness on Halloween.

For the Chocolate Crescent Witch Hats recipe, click here.

Crescent Mummy Dogs

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Crescent Mummy Dogs

Transform your hot dogs into a creepy mummy by wrapping the hot dog in dough, as if it were bandages, and drawing a face onto the hot dog using mustard and ketchup.

For the Crescent Mummy Dogs recipe, click here.

Dirt Cake

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Dirt Cake

Scare the kids by convincing them they’re eating piles of mud and dirt topped with juicy worms when actually this classic dessert is a delicious, chocolatey cake that they’ll all love.

For the Dirt Cake recipe, click here.

Frankenstein Monkey Bread

Frankenstein Monkey Bread

If you love Halloween, you can start celebrating it at breakfast this year with this creepy monkey bread that is shaped and decorated to look like Frankenstein.

For the Frankenstein Monkey Bread recipe, click here.

Gummy Worm Jell-O Cups

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Gummy Worm Jell-O Cups

Make some Jell-O, set it in several cups, add a few gummy worms so they set in the Jell-O, and top them with whipped cream and sprinkles so the kids get a gruesome, freaky surprise when they dig their spoons into this spooky sweet treat.

For the Gummy Worm Jell-O Cups recipe, click here.

Mummy Cookies

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Mummy Cookies

Transform tasty chocolate chip cookies into a spooky, Halloween-perfect treat by decorating them with bright, edible bandages and candy eyes.

For the Mummy Cookies recipe, click here.

Red Velvet Brain Cake

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Red Velvet Brain Cake

This gruesome red velvet brain cake is guaranteed to scare all your guests. Who will be the brave one who cuts into it and tries a bite first?

For the Red Velvet Brain Cake recipe, click here.

Reese’s Spiders

Reese’s Spiders

Transform those once-tempting Halloween candies into creepy crawly Halloween treats that look like they’re about to scuttle toward you and terrify all of you who suffer from arachnophobia.

For the Reese’s Spiders recipe, click here.

Severed Fingers Cookies

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Severed Fingers Cookies

Fill a bowl with these cookies and it’ll look scarily like you’ve chopped off all your friends’ digits in some torturous act; actually, they’re just delicious, buttery almond cookies.

For the Severed Fingers Cookies recipe, click here.

Spider Web Cinnamon Rolls

Spider Web Cinnamon Rolls

Convince the kids that the cinnamon rolls are no longer edible, as a spider has made its web on top of them, by covering them in carefully crafted white icing.

For the Spider Web Cinnamon Rolls recipe, click here.

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10 Delightfully Creepy, Gruesome Halloween Party Foods