13 Spooky Halloween Foods You Must Make This Year

Halloween is officially around the corner and I can’t wait! I couldn’t help myself go on Pinterest to look up fun Halloween foods. My daughter is obsessed with Halloween now, so I wanted to add some fun to her food. She’s going to get a kick out of these.

Ghost Pizza Bagels

Every kid(s) doesn’t like pizza and bagels, so why not combine them? The ghosts are made with mozzarella cheese and tiny pieces of black olives for the eyes. It’s so easy to make because you’ll only need 4 ingredients.

1. Spiderweb Pizza

If you’re kid(s) love pizza a lot, why not make this too scare their pants off? This is another easy recipe for a quick dinner.

2. Severed Toes in Bandages

It’s like a pig in a blanket but turned into toes instead. Don’t forget to add a blood, I mean ketchup.

3.Witch Finger Pretzels

Warning: the fingers are very creepy and realistic looking. Make them if you DARE!

4. “Pumpkin” Tortilla Chips

If you’re obsessed with pumpkin foods, then you MUST make these chips.

5. Jack-o’-Lantern Rice Krispie Treats

Rice Krispie cereal is so much fun because you can make ANYTHING when you add marshmallow.

6. Toxic Waste Mac & Cheese

The “safe food” for all kids, so why not may it fun and gross for Halloween.

7. Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

Another spooky Mac & Cheese dish for dinner that your kid(s) will love. It’s called a Mac-O-Lantern because the Mac & Cheese are in orange bell peppers with faces.

8. Jack ‘O Lantern Quesadillas

Spooky up this classic food with two eyes and mouth. It’s adorable and spooky at the same time.

9. Spider Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich

Do you have a kid who’s obsessed with Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwiches? Then, you must make this spooky version at home. If your child is allergic to peanut butter, then make a spooky spider with sun butter or something similar.

10. Snake Bites

Beware of Rice Krispie treats because they may bite back. Warning: Don’t make these if you’re scared of snakes. Maybe eating your fear will make you feel better, who knows.

11. Candy Corn Waffles

Sweeten up your mornings in these. Don’t the waffles aren’t made with real corn candies.

12. Mandarin Pumpkins

Okay, okay this isn’t really a recipe but it’s just too adorable to not add to my list. You only need a black sharpie and mandarins!

13. Boo Cups

A fun, cute chocolate parfait to spice up the Halloween season. The ghosts are perfect of dessert after a spooktacular meal from this list!

I will update the list with pictures when my daugther and iI make these foods.  I’m excited to share what we think of these Halloween recipes. Hopefully we can make all of these before Halloween. Wish me luck!

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