Hot Pepper Mummies: Wrap jalapeno poppers with puff pastry and add roasted red pepper or pea eyes for a fantastic Halloween appetizer. Find more easy, creepy and healthy Halloween appetizer ideas and recipes that are perfect for any Halloween party here.
Think pigs in a blanket, with a twist! Guests will love eating these baked cocktail franks wrapped in pie crust strips, with a sliced almond toenail inserted into one end of the digit. Serve with blood-red ketchup for dipping. Get the recipe.
Give your basic Mexican dip an upgrade with this terrifyingly tasty recipe that layers refried beans with salsa, cheese and homemade guacamole, then finishes it off with a web of piped sour cream. Get the recipe.
Sweet cherry tomatoes are hidden in the center of these mini-meat loaves, offering a welcome burst of juicy flavor when you take a bite. Post Halloween, keep the recipe in rotation by piping the mashed potatoes as you would cupcake frosting.
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These golden ham and cheese nibbles are way easier than carving a gourd. Just use a pumpkin-shaped cookie cutter on store-bought pie crust and ham and cheese slices, then layer and bake! Get the recipe.
Skeleton Crudite: Halve, slice, or spiralize your veggies to create munchable bones and body parts.This Halloween party snacks is a sure way to get your kids to eat healthy on Halloween. Find more easy, quick and tasty DIY Halloween party snacks here.