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30 Super Cute Halloween Snacks to Get Your Party Started

Woman's Day

Even jalapeño poppers deserve a festive costume.

From Woman's Day

Hosting a Halloween party means it's time to get creative - with the decorations, the costumes, and, most importantly, the food. These impressive snack recipes will have your party guests hooked from the first bite.

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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Bat Cheese Balls

Homemade cheese balls take flight with a set of crispy tortilla wings.

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Hot Pepper Mummies

Wrap jalapeno poppers with puff pastry and add roasted red pepper or pea eyes.

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Spooky Spider Cookies

Lucky for your party guests, these spooky spiders don't crawl. But they do taste like the perfect combination of peanut butter, marshmallow, and chocolate.

Get the recipe at Sugar Spun Run.

Graveyard Chocolate Cheesecake Dip

Try digging yourself out of this graveyard dip. Chances are you can't - it's too good.

Get the recipe at Well Plated.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

Don't let the cute vanilla frosting pumpkins and ghosts on these treats prevent you from taking a big ole' bite.

Get the recipe at Life, Love and Sugar.

Frankenstein Pistachio Blondie

Save the decorating for the kids and let them give their Frankenstein blondie kooky eyes or a crazy smile - it's up to them!

Get the recipe at SugarHero.

Banana Mummy Pops

The kids don't have any more excuses not to eat bananas after they see this mummified treat.

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Tangerine Pumpkins

Your kids won't mind healthy eating when it's in pumpkin form.

Get the recipe at Bren Did.

Nutter Butter Boos

Can you believe it only takes three ingredients to make these spooktacular treats?

Get the recipe at Home. Made. Interest.

Harvest Hash Chex Mix

Double this recipe to enjoy this yummy snack mix all season long!

Get the recipe at One Little Project.

Mini Spider Pizzas

Black olives are all you need to top these mini pizzas with creepy crawlers.

Get the recipe at Recipe Runner.

Frankenstein Kiwis

Make your kiwis come alive with this easy peasy Halloween upgrade.

Get the recipe at Two Healthy Kitchens.

Skeleton Crudite

Halve, slice, or spiralize your veggies to create munchable bones and body parts.

Apple Peanut Butter Teeth

Healthy apples get a hint of sweetness thanks to rows of marshmallow "teeth" held in place with peanut butter.

Get the recipe at Mom Foodie.

Halloween Puppy Chow

Give your go-to party mix recipe a Halloween makeover!

Get the recipe at Lil' Luna.

Caramel Corn Snack Mix

Caramel corn is a party staple, but mixed with pretzels, nuts and cereal, it really can't be beat. Serve it up in cute pumpkin cups for an extra spooky touch.

Get the recipe at Glorious Treats.

Halloween Bat Snack

Keep it simple by adding cookie ears to plain pudding cups. Then, decorate the container with eyes, a grin, and fancy wings!

Get the recipe at I Heart Crafty Things.

Googly Eye Pretzel Kisses

These mini treats require just three ingredients - pretzels, Hershey's Kisses, and candy eyes. Once complete, you can pop them right in your mouth and go!

Get the recipe at Lauren Kelly Nutrition.

Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail

Create this "cocktail" with pineapples, oranges, and a sweet whipped cream topping.

Get the recipe at Family Fresh Meals.

White Chocolate Mummy Pretzels

Simply coat pretzels in melted white chocolate to make these addicting snacks. Part salty, part sweet, you won't be able to get enough.

Get the recipe at Let's Dish.

Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks

Cue the wicked witch! Add pretzel sticks to pulled-apart cheese to create these fun and tasty snacks.

Get the recipe at One Little Project.

Quesadilla Mummies

Get creative with your savory snacks by mummifying a quesadilla. Cover cheese and other fillings with strips of a tortilla wrap to make it Halloween-approved.

Get the recipe at Kids Activities Blog.

Silly Apple Bites

Throw together apples with strawberries and sunflower seeds, held together with sunflower butter, with tiny candies on top for eyes.

Get the recipe at Fork & Beans.

Mini Spider Doughnuts

Hate spiders? We guarantee you'll love these! Turn doughnuts into a Halloween staple by making them creepy crawly spiders.

Get the recipe at Meaningful Mama.

Along Came a Spider Treats

Carefully open an Oreo cookie and add licorice laces, holding 'em in place with a scoop of candy coating.

Get the recipe at Pizzazzerie.

Strawberry Ghosts

Strawberries and chocolate? Nothing scary about that!

Get the recipe at The Candiquik.

Full Moon Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups

Top chocolate pudding with crushed Oreos and mini pumpkin candies for a tasty delight.

Get the recipe at Sprinkle Some Fun.

Witch's Brew Brownies

Sprinkle your favorite candies over brownie batter for a tasty Halloween treat - and don't forget the edible googly eyes!

Get the recipe at Home. Made. Interest..

Monster Rice Krispies Treats

These adorable treats will be ready in no time. Just mix marshmallows and melted butter with Rice Krispies to get your own little monsters.

Get the recipe at The Happier Homemaker.

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