Halloween Food Ideas

Halloween Food Ideas
It's Halloween! Time to trick or treat! Wondering what dishes to serve for the party? Here are some ideas for spooky and interesting Halloween food items which can be included in the menu.
Halloween is just around the corner, and the ghosts aka kids are ready to rock the phantasmal parties. A Halloween party cannot be complete without some spooky-looking, mouth-watering party food. Read on for some creative Halloween food ideas to make your party more exciting.
Halloween Drinks
Halloween drinks are quite popular and complement the Halloween parties with their spooky look. They are great starters for your nasty-looking Halloween meal. You can welcome your guests with these drinks, or serve them after completing the meal. So, do not forget to include these Halloween drinks in your Halloween menu.
Halloween Bug Juice: This creepy drink is quite easy to make, and is loved by kids. To make this delicious drink, blend strawberries and lemonade together in a blender, making a thick paste. Add ginger ale and raisins gradually and stir it continuously. Decorate it with gummy worms to give it a nasty look.
Pumpkin Milkshake: This a smooth and creamy drink which is loved by everyone. Mix the following ingredients in a food processor - chopped pieces of peeled banana, frozen vanilla ice cream, pumpkin puree and orange juice concentrate. Blend them well to make a smooth mixture and serve chilled. Pumpkin milkshake will be the best option which can be included in Halloween party food ideas.
Halloween Snacks
How about serving some creepy snacks before the dreadful meal? Scare up some easy treats and include them in the Halloween party for a complete spooky meal. Take a look at some mind-numbing snacks that can be included.
Ghostly Eyeballs: These are one of the weirdest looking Halloween snacks. Slice carrots into about 1 inch cubes. Put cream cheese on top of the cube, and half of a sliced black olive, making it look like a devil's eyeball.
Ghosts Toasts: Ghosts toasts will complement the Halloween theme really well. All you need is white bread, whipped cream cheese, and some currants, for the preparation. Take the bread slice and cut it into the shape of a ghost (like Casper for example) with the help of a knife or a gingerbread girl cookie cutter. Cover the small ghosts with whipped cream cheese, and make the eyes and mouth with the help of the currants. Your small ghosts are ready to be swallowed by your little demons (kids)!
Monstrous Feast
Now let's head towards the most awaited part of the Halloween party, the grand bizarre meal. It is better to opt for easy Halloween recipes which can be prepared quickly. Let's check out some easy meal ideas that can be included in the Halloween dishes.
Eerie Tuna Sandwiches: How about some ghostly sandwiches for the Halloween party? You need a white tuna fish that is packed in water. Drain the water, and cut the tuna into small pieces, and mix it with celery, mayonnaise and lemon juice. Cut the bread slices in the shape of a ghost like ghosts toasts. Spread the tuna mixture on the bread, and cover it with the other cut slice. Make the eyes and mouth with the raisins. Your eerie tuna sandwiches are ready. See your kids gobble them up in no time!
Mysterious Goblin Tongue: Preparing a goblin's tongue may sound difficult, but it is amongst the easiest food ideas for Halloween party. All you need is mini bagels, bologna slices and cream cheese to make this scrumptious tongue. Spread the cream cheese on the top and bottom of the mini bagels, and then cut half the part of the bologna into a curvy tongue shape. Press it into the bagel hole. Enjoy this creepy yet yummy meal.
Immortal Desserts
Your feast is definitely not complete without desserts. Complete your supernatural meal with a supreme dessert to complete your ghostly party treat.
Succulent Skeletons: Take chocolate frosted cupcakes, and place a mini marshmallow as a head on each cake. Make the eyes and mouth of the skeleton with a black gel decorator. Make the rest of the skeleton with an icing bag fitted with a round tip, and don't forget to make the ribs.
Hairy Cakes: Take chocolate cupcake, and sprinkle it with chocolate sprinkles, in order to make the hair. Use eye shaped candy to make the eyes, and place them on the cake. Make the legs with black string lace licorice by cutting them four inches long. Bend them in half and press them in the cupcake. Your hairy cakes are ready to eat.
These were some of the spooky food recipes for your Halloween party. Try some vampire dishes like the blood red drink to make the atmosphere scarier, and have a blast!
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