The Best Halloween Party Snacks

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More than 40 of the best Halloween party snacks. If you’re hosting a spooky bash and need some Halloween appetizers, we have you covered! From savory to sweet finger foods, these recipes are perfect for adults and kids. These snacks are great for Halloween entertaining.

The spookiest time of the year. The ghosts and ghouls come out to play, and the scary carved pumpkins guard your front porch.

But what goes on inside of your home doesn’t need to be as spooky – it can be spooky and fun! So what can you do to achieve this?

You can make delicious Halloween party snacks that everyone will love!

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If you’re hosting a pumpkin carving party, having friends over to watch Halloween movies, or a more intimate dinner while the kids go trick-or-treating, here is a list of the best Halloween party snacks to serve to your guests!

From easy Halloween treats to savory appetizers, there is something here for everyone. The best part is, that you don’t have to be a great cook to make this Halloween food. Serve any of these with a Halloween drink for the ultimate party.

Now that you’re in the Halloween spirit, read on to learn about the best spooky Halloween treats and perfect Halloween appetizers.

Halloween Party Food

Here is a list of the best Halloween party snacks. Serve them with our Halloween cocktails or our popular kids’ Halloween punch.

Halloween meat and cheese board perfect for Halloween entertaining.

Halloween Cheese Platter

If you’re looking for easy Halloween appetizers, there is nothing easier than assembling a spooky meat and cheese platter! Use types of cheese to create a festive board. This is one of our most popular Halloween ideas and it’s perfect for a crowd!

Buffalo Meatball Pumpkins

Serve these adorable Halloween Buffalo Chicken Meatballs at your next Halloween party. Bite-sized meatballs look like mini pumpkins. They’re dipped in buffalo sauce and topped with tiny celery stems. 

mummy hot dogs
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Mummy Wrapped Hot Dogs

This is a fun treat to make and you only need hot dogs and crescent roll dough. This is a twist on the classic, most popular appetizer Pigs in a Blanket. They’re a perfect snack for kids and you can make mini ones for a filling appetizer. We love that this spooky Halloween appetizer is also filling for guests too. 

halloween party snack pretzle broomsticks
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Pretzel Broomsticks

This appetizer is made with pretzel sticks, phyllo dough, or string cheese. They’re a great savory snack with a charmingly spooky touch.

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Olive Spiders

These look spookier than they are! Amazing how black olives can transform into what looks like a black widow! If you’re looking for something festive and fun for your party, make these olive spiders for a cheese platter or lay them over devil eggs.

Banana Ghosts

Banana ghosts are easy to make and make healthy Halloween treats! You use peeled bananas and candy eyes or mini chocolate chips for eyes.

ghost trifle Halloween party snack

Ghost Trifles

If you’re looking for an easy Halloween dessert, it doesn’t get much easier than these adorable ghost chocolate trifles! Made with a chocolate sheet cake, whipped cream, and some cute little eyes, these can be assembled within minutes! They’re also great because they’re not overly sweet.

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Halloween Cupcakes

Another fun ghost-themed dessert is these chocolate cupcakes with marshmallow fluff frosting to make ghost shapes and two little ghostly eyes.

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Monster Cookie Bark 

While this may not sound spooky, it sure looks spooky! You can make this in different shapes and decor to have different looks, and it is one of the easy Halloween party snacks that won’t take too much effort!

You can create a mummy cookie or a cookie that looks like a ghost! Use Halloween cookie cutters to help with this or you can simply use the right color frosting and other edible decorations for the eyes of the ghosts and mummies!

If you’re going for a ghost-themed party, be sure to make the ghosts with white frosting!

pumpkin bars
Photographer: Greg DuPree, Prop Stylist: Missie Crawford. Food Stylist: Karen Rankin, pumpkin cheesecake bars

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

If you’re looking to go a bit more gourmet with your cooking this Halloween, you can make pumpkin cheesecake bars!

These delicious bars give you all of the fall feelings while keeping the Halloween feels at a minimum. These are perfect for a more sophisticated fall party or Halloween party.

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Halloween Pretzel Rods

A fun and easy Halloween treat to make for the entire family! These are perfect for a party and you can customize the flavor and decorations.

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Powdered Sugar Ghost Donuts

This is the easiest Halloween party snack. We made this little ghost donut for our ghost party and they were a hit. All you need is little eyes and powdered sugar.

Crunchy Pumpkin Seeds

Sometimes we don’t need everything to be unhealthy for it to be a treat.

Around Halloween time, try making pumpkin seeds as one of your healthy Halloween snacks.

You can roast them with nothing on them, with salt, or with teriyaki to add a bit of flavor to them.

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Spooky Witch Cupcakes

If you’re looking for the perfect Halloween dessert idea for a party, look no further than making witch cupcakes.

You can make the cupcakes in whatever flavor you want them to be – red velvet, chocolate, or vanilla – and then top them with spooky witch colors like green, orange, and black.

Once you have that all done, you can add a cupcake liner to the top in the shape of a witch hat. Just use a frosting tip to shape the tip of the hat, and then lay it right on top!

This will be a hit at all of the Halloween parties you have! If you’re not in the mood for witch cupcakes, try witch hat s’mores!

Halloween Snack Mix: An Easy Halloween Party Snack

If you want a somewhat healthy snack for Halloween, making a snack mix is a great idea. You can do this in a variety of ways. It can be made with powdered sugar and candy eyeballs and candy corn.

It can also be made with healthier options like Chex mix, pretzels, and chocolate chips for the Halloween colors. 

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Scary Monster Wraps

Another appetizer you could use for your Halloween party, or bring to a party you are going to, is a monster wrap.

Grab some spinach tortillas (to get the green effect). Then use cheddar cheese or blue tortilla chips to make the scary hat on top. You can use olives as eyes to produce the red pupil effect.

To make it even scarier, add sweet or dill pickles as the eyebrows angling down in the middle to create an angry effect. 

Spiderweb Nacho Spread 

If you aren’t drooling yet, you’re about to be. Creating a spiderweb nacho spread is the perfect dish for a Halloween party.

Add tomatoes around the edges and guac on top. To create the actual spider web, use sour cream to drizzle in the shape of a spider web.

This nacho spread is also perfect for Halloween dinner with family or friends!

Halloween purple deviled eggs
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Deviled Eggs – Halloween Style

You may not think about deviled eggs as something to make for Halloween. However, making them to be eyeballs can be quite creepy.

First, make some hardboiled eggs and fill them with guac. On top, add an olive to create the evil eye effect. You can create a sour cream mixture to create eyeball-like detailing that will make it extra spooky and weird to look at!

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Candy Corn Cupcakes

Much like the witch cupcakes, these are made pretty similarly. However, the recipe calls for splitting the batter to dye some yellow and some orange.

Each will be placed on top of the other to create a candy corn look for the cupcake itself. Top with frosting and then a few candy corns themselves!

Spiderweb Pizza

For another great Halloween dinner, a spiderweb pizza is here to please!

The only difference between this pizza and a normal one? It’s the way the cheese goes on top! The cheese on this one should create a spiderweb pattern.

Pumpkin and Pesto Crostini

This is a great appetizer option for any party or dinner.

Sweet from the pumpkin, yet savory from the pesto, this is a great option that you cannot pass up! Mix in burrata and pecans to make it the perfect crostini for any occasion.

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Halloween Fruit and Snack Platter

To add some healthy options back into the mix, a pumpkin fruit platter is cute and sweet, but healthy and easy to make!

To make this, add a bunch of mandarin orange slices to a large bowl. For the top of the pumpkin stem, you can use kiwi. When shaping the eyes with blueberries, be sure to do it triangularly! 

Serve a pumpkin fruit dip in a mini carved pumpkin for a fun twist.

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Halloween Dessert Platter

For an easy Halloween dessert, put together a themed Halloween dessert platter filled with yummy treats and spooky candy.

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Mummy Rice Krispie Treats

One of our favorite rice Krispie treat recipes is our brown butter mummy Rice Krispie treats.

Also, try our mummy cupcakes too!

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Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Strawberries

Chocolate-covered strawberries are a perfect snack. For Halloween, you can turn them into pumpkins or ghosts and they are a sweet and nutritious snack for kids and adults! 

The recipe for these pumpkin strawberries is in the recipe card below. 

pumpkin chocolate chip cookies

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies

This is the best pumpkin chocolate chip cookie recipe! Full of pumpkin flavor, super moist and buttery with a perfectly crispy edge.

Halloween Party Snack Supplies

Here are a few items we use often when serving Halloween appetizers and snacks:

  • Sprinkle Eye Balls – Add these to sweet and savory appetizers to give them a little spook.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some good Halloween snacks?

Looking for more Halloween party snacks? We’ve got you covered! Here are even more spooky recipes to make:

What food can you make for a Halloween party?

The best food to make for a Halloween party are finger foods and appetizers. Here are some ideas:

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Tips for Making Halloween Party Snacks

Make sure you have enough appetizers for everyone. For a cocktail party, have 12 appetizers available per guest.

Have a mix of protein, like a meat and cheese platter, healthy Halloween snacks like a vegetable or fruit platter, and sweet spooky apps too.

You don’t have to make everything yourself. Make a few fun and spooky appetizers and then buy items that will go with your party, like pre-made dips.

Prepare as many Halloween snacks the day before as you can.

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Halloween Party Snacks – Pumpkin Strawberries

Sharing Halloween party snacks and a recipe for pumpkin strawberries. These are perfect to serve alone or on a cupcake.
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Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 6 strawberries
Calories: 212kcal
Author: Eden


  • 6 large strawberries, fresh
  • 8 ounces orange candy melts


  • In a small bowl, melt the candy melts until smooth and dip the strawberries in.
    dipping a strawberry into orange candy melts
  • Place the dipped strawberries on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
    chocolate covered strawberries on parchment paper
  • Add 1/4 cup orange candy melt into a piping bag and cut a tiny hole at the bottom.
    candy melts in a piping bag
  • Make lines over the strawberries.
    chocolate covered strawberry pumpkins


Calories: 212kcal | Carbohydrates: 24g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 12g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 3g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 34mg | Potassium: 149mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 24g | Vitamin A: 15IU | Vitamin C: 16mg | Calcium: 80mg | Iron: 1mg
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