With Halloween just around the corner, here are some Cute, Creepy, and Easy Halloween Recipes for Kids and Adults. From snacks, to drinks, to entrees and even desserts, you will get great ideas for themed drinks, snacks, entrees and desserts.
Chocolate Mummy Pretzels
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- 1 package (16 oz.) Vanilla CANDIQUIK® Coating
- 24 Pretzel Rods
- Cake writing icing
- Ziploc bag (or piping bag if you have one)
- Melt the CANDIQUIK according to the package directions.
- Pour the melted Vanilla coating into a plastic ziploc bag (or piping bag if you have one)
- Snip one corner off of the plastic bag. You want the hole to be somewhat large to get a thicker flow of coating but not too large so you cannot control the flow.
- Drizzle the coating back and forth over about 3/4 of each pretzel rod, leaving a small empty space for the eyes.
- Draw eyes on with cake writing icing (or a Black Edible Marker from Americolor Gourmet Writer)
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Creepy Apple Crawlers
- 12 red apples
- 12-24 gummy worms
- 1 8oz. jar of Boysenberry or raspberry jam
- 3 Tablespoons of butter
Using a sharp knife, core the apples close to the bottom but not all of the way through. Stop about 1/2 inch from the bottom.
- Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Put 1 teaspoon of butter and 1 teaspoon of jam into the center of each apple.
- Place the apples onto a baking sheet and place them into the oven. Do not cover. Bake for 35 to 45 minutes.
- You will know if the apples are done if they are tender to touch.
- Take them out of the oven and let them cool for about 15 minutes.
- Top each apple with a gummy worm sticking out of the hole.
This recipe is from the 24 Cute, Creepy, and Easy Halloween Recipes for Kids and Adults Kindle recipe book.
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Creepy Crawler Halloween Cupcakes
Devil’s food cupcakes are a fitting base for these Halloween cupcakes with a spider web design (by The Food Channel)
Candy Corn Cookies
This recipe is from The Recipe Girl and is a really simple recipe that uses Betty Crocker pre-made cookie mix. They make a great bake sale item too.
Halloween Apple Bites
This easy to make, “fool proof” Halloween treat is by Oh She Glows and only requires 3 ingredients.
Creepy Halloween Treats
Creepy Severed Finger cookies and Shrunken Head Punch from Maple Spice will even scare the adults at your Halloween bash.
Candy Corn Martini Cocktails
For the adults! Easy to make, just mix and serve.
- Candy Corn
- Martini Glasses
- 1 oz orange juice
- 1 oz milk
- 2 oz Vodka
- .5 oz Amaretto Liqueur
- Club Soda
- Crush and chop the candy corn into small bits. Place them into a pie plate or other flat container.
- Moisten the rim of the Martini glass with some Amaretto.
- Slowly dip the outside of the glass rim into the crushed candy corn to edge the glass.
- Shake orange juice, milk, Amaretto, and Vodka over ice.
- Strain into the Martini glass.
- Top with a splash of Club Soda.
Mummified Crescent-Wrapped Piggie Dogs
So easy! Dip into ketchup to give it to the blood effect.
- 1 can of Crescent rolls
- 1 package of hot dogs
- Cooking spray
- Pre-heat according to the Crescent roll package.
- Unroll the crescent dough onto a counter or cookie sheet. Cut off strips of dough about 1/4″ thick.
- Cut the uncooked hotdogs in half.
- Take a crescent dough strip and wrapping it around the hotdog “mummy style”. Leave an opening to the mummy can breathe on the end (and cook too).
- Lay the hotdogs onto the cookie sheet and bake for 10 to 15 minutes.
Ghost Cake Pops
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- 2 packages (16 oz) Vanilla CANDIQUIK® Coating
- 1 box Carrot Cake mix (plus ingredients required for cake)
- 8 oz. Cake Frosting
- Black Edible Marker (Americolor Gourmet Writer)
- Lollipop sticks
- Prepare and bake the cake mix as directed on the box.
- Let the cake cool and then crumble it into a large bowl. Add frosting and mix thoroughly.
- Chill the cake mixture for approximately 2 hours in the refrigerator (speed this up by placing in the freezer).
- Place some of the mixture on a wax paper lined baking sheet and roll into 1″ sized balls.
- Insert a lollipop stick into each cake ball.
- Melt Hy-Top Vanilla CANDIQUIK Coating in tray according to the package directions.
- Dip cake pops in melted CANDIQUIK; allow excess coating to drip off and place on wax paper to set.
- Once dry, use the black Gourmet Writer to draw on the eyes and mouth.
If cake balls become too soft or do not hold their shape while being dipped, return to the refrigerator for an additional 2- 30 minutes.