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22 Delicious Party Foods For Your Halloween Bash

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Bake, shake, and create these hauntingly good recipes for your next soirée.

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Graveyard Cookie Jar

This is one dessert they'll be dying to dig into! Fill a large glass cookie jar with crumbs from your favorite chocolate cake along with white chocolate bones (we used skeleton candy molds from Wilton). Layer in tombstone sugar cookies (we used tombstone and cross cutters) decorated with gray, black, and purple royal icing. Pipe in tufts of grass using green-tinted buttercream. Push in a cemetery sign made from cardstock and painted wood skewers.

Tools you'll need: $3, Skeleton candy molds, michaels.com; $6 each, Tombstone cookie cutters, amazon.com

Coffin Cake

A cake so festive you almost don't want to eat it. Emphasis on the almost. And you can wrap up the decadent red velvet cake in a foamboard coffin using this free template.

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Candy Cobwebs

No matter how afraid of spiders guests may be, no one will be able to resist the itsy bitsy malt-ball creatures topping this delicious white chocolate-covered pretzel web.

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Bite-Size Eyeballs

These 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.

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Jack-O-Lantern Mac and Cheese Cups

Dress up the kiddos' favorite meal with this cute pumpkin cup.

Get the recipe at The Seasoned Mom.

Devilish Eggs

Kick up the heat and satisfy the grown-up devils at your party with a drizzle of Sriracha.

Get the recipe at Cookin' Canuck.

White Chocolate Mummy Pretzels

Melt white chocolate over pretzels for a simple Halloween DIY party treat.

Get the recipe at My Recipe Magic.

Caramel Apple Nachos

Try this creative take on nachos by subbing chips for healthy apples and a little caramel flare.

Get the recipe at Life in the Lofthouse.

Nutter Mummies

Coat Nutter Butter cookies with melted almond bark or white chocolate in a zig-zag formation to create a cool mummy texture.

Get the recipe at Plain Chicken.

Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip

Impress party guests with this tasty dessert dip. With cookies on top, scooping it up will be better than a piece of cake.

Get the recipe at Well Plated.

Halloween Candy Bark

Load chocolate with trick-or-treat candy and break it into lots of small pieces.

Get the recipe at Just a Taste.

Jalapeño Popper Mummies

If you're one for spice, these mummies will give you just the right Halloween kick.

Get the recipe at The Hopeless Housewife.

Peanut Butter Monster Munch

Mix pretzels, peanuts, popcorn, and candy with melted peanut butter to get this sticky party mix. Everyone will be scooping for extra.

Get the recipe at Back to Her Roots.

Tools you'll need: Candy corn ($9; amazon.com)

Graveyard Taco Dip

Create a taco dip-graveyard style-with spooky tortilla tombstones and trees.

Get the recipe at The Chickabug Blog.

Meatball Mummies

Make these spooky starters by wrapping meatballs with crescent rolls. Stack them up and watch guests devour them.

Get the recipe at High Heels & Grills.

Halloween Marshmallow Pops

Simple to make, all these pops require are some sprinkles caked on gooey marshmallows. The added flavor looks fun on a platter and will melt right in your mouth.

Get the recipe at My Baking Addiction.

Tools you'll need: $7 for set of 100, Stick Branch, amazon.com

Mummy Mini Pizzas

What's a party without pizza? Make bite-sized mummy pizzas to give the classic eat a Halloween twist.

Get the recipe at Like Mother Like Daughter.

Halloween Puppy Chow

Replace peanut butter with Nutella and add in pumpkin candies with candy corn to get this trick-or-treat take on a classic party must.

Get the recipe at A Southern Fairytale.

Oreo Witch Hats

Mix two chocolate favorites to get this easy party treat. Top Oreos with Hershey's Kisses and add some orange sprinkles for extra flare.

Get the recipe at Baked Perfection.

Halloween Spider Cookies

Place a mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cup on top of a sugar cookie to get the spider base. Then add frosting for legs and candy for eyes.

Get the recipe at Princess Pinky Girl.

"Spooky" Cinnamon Sugar Flour Tortilla Crisps

Coated in cinnamon, these chips are the perfect cozy winter staple. And with their bat shape, Halloween is written all over them.

Get the recipe at Simply Recipes.

Tools you'll need: $6, Ann Clark Flying Bat Cookie Cutter, amazon.com

Chocolate Covered Pretzel Pumpkins

Create mini pumpkins for everyone by coating pretzels in chocolate with orange and green dye.

Get the recipe at High Heels & Grills.


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