21 Devilishly Delicious Halloween AppetizersWoman's DaySeptember 26, 2017Create a supernatural spread with these easy Halloween-themed finger foods.From Woman's DayCreate a supernatural spread with these easy Halloween-themed finger foods.Pin this image!Save these Halloween appetizers for later by pinning this image! Follow Woman's Day on Pinterest for more cute Halloween recipes. Bite-Size EyeballsThese cheesy puff pastries will be gone in a blink of an eye. But luckily they only take four ingredients to make so you can whip up more in no time.Get the recipe.Pumpkin Cheese BallA package of fiesta ranch dip mix gives this pumpkin-shaped cream cheese ball an extra kick.Get the recipe at Baked in Arizona.Stuffed Mushroom EyeballsThese creepy mushrooms are filled with rich, garlicky flavor and lots of ooey-gooey cheese.Get the recipe at Vegan Yack Attack.Crescent Roll Witch HatsRoll up salami and cheese in these wickedly appetizing crescents. Get the recipe at Spaceships and Laser Beams.Spooky Cheese & CrackersPurchase Halloween cookie cutters to easily shape these tiny cheese snacks.Get the recipe at Peas & Crayons. What you'll need: $7, Wilton 12-Piece Mini Halloween Cookie Cutter Set, amazon.comSkeleton CruditeHalve, slice, or spiralize your veggies to create munchable bones and body parts.Hot Pepper MummiesWrap jalapeno poppers with puff pastry and add roasted red pepper or pea eyes.Get the recipe.Bat Cheese BallsHomemade cheese balls take flight with a set of crispy tortilla wings.Get the recipe.Cauldron DipWhat's a Halloween party without a green dip? Made from good-for-you edamame and lowfat ricotta cheese, serve this crowd pleaser in a large acorn squash atop a "fire" of crudité and breadsticks.Get the recipe.Jack 'O Lantern Sandwich BitesThese 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.What you'll need: $3, Pumpkin Shaped Fondant Cookie Cutter, amazon.comMummy Meat LoavesSweet 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.Get the recipe.Creepy Pigs In a BlanketThink 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.Spiderweb Nacho SpreadGive 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.Monster FingersThese creepy monster fingers take a bit of work but are well worth it. Ready-made breadstick dough is shaped, tinted with spray color and then topped with an almond "fingernail" and poppyseeds.Get the recipe.Bloodshot Deviled EggsWhip up a batch of creamy deviled eggs and then turn them into eerie-looking "eyeballs" with a few simple additions: black olive slices for the pupils and thinly sliced pimiento for veins.Get the recipe.Ghost SandwichesTo create these friendly apparitions, simply cut through white bread with a ghost-shaped cookie cutter and spread a little chicken salad between two slices. To decorate with olive slices, add a thin layer of cream cheese to the top first.Get the recipe.Pumpkin Patch BitesThese snacks are ideal for any autumn-themed gathering, and don't take much to make. Black Forest ham and extra-sharp Cheddar are layered between pumpkin-shaped ready-made pie crusts, which are baked until golden.Get the recipe.Spinach Dip in a Bread Bowl CauldronImpress guests with this crafty Halloween appetizer, which cleverly transforms pumpernickel bread, breadsticks and cream cheese into a basket, then fills it with a super-simple creamy spinach dip.Get the recipe.Saucy SpiderSpin a web of doughy deliciousness with this party-perfect Halloween appetizer. If you can't find pizza dough at your supermarket, try a local pizza parlor, which will likely sell you a fresh ball. For extra effect, sprinkle the legs with poppy seeds, in addition to Parmesan.Get the recipe.Spiderweb PizzaServe up a piping hot slice of spookiness with these super-simple pizzas made with pre-baked crust, pizza sauce, strategically placed string cheese and a black olive spider.Get the recipe.Halloween TreatsDisplay a variety of Halloween candies, including tiny pumpkins, black licorice, and spooky M&M's, in containers for guests.