Halloween is a great time to express your creativity in the food department. This collection of recipes features fun and easy-to-make creepy green Halloween treats.
Now as you know Halloween was invented by the Celts and brought to America by the Irish, so for me green is the perfect color for Halloween dessert.
Here you'll find mummy treats, candy corn decorations, ghost snacks and all kinds of Halloween candy. I hope you'll find something you like.
Table of Contents
- Adorable Spooktacular Green Treats
- Zombie Brain Brownie Bites
- Polyjuice Potion
- Spooky Monster Eyes Avocado Deviled Eggs
- Frankenstein's Twinkies Pops
- Melted Witch Bark
- Mini Halloween Cheesecakes
- Bubbling Key Lime Mousse Cauldrons
- Green Toxic Macaroni and Cheese
- Slime Filled Cupcakes
- Gummy Worm Punch
- Witch's Brew Candy Bark
- Hocus Pocus Cupcakes
- Monster Mash Popcorn
- Monster Cupcakes
- Halloween Taco Dip
- Frankenstein Cupcakes
- Spooky Witch Finger Cookies
- Cake Mix Halloween Monster Cookies
- Frankenstein Chocolate Bark
- Witch's Brew With Floating Eyeballs
- Bonus Halloween Treats
Adorable Spooktacular Green Treats
From adorable to ghoulishly spooky, you'll find desserts as well as appetizers that will make your party spook-tacular.
From bubbling cauldrons to oozing brains, from beverages full of worms and eyeballs to decomposing witch fingers, you'll find edible recipes to make these sickeningly green treats.
Kids will enjoy helping you decorate and make these, too! Get in the spirit of the season with these disturbingly green and creepy Halloween recipes.
These creative mini-brownies are topped with oozing green Zombie "brain fluid" made from fun and creepy brain molds. Candy coating helps the brain parts retain their ghoulish green shade. These are perfect for a Halloween party!
Zombie Brain Brownie Bites by Sugar Hero
This kid-friendly beverage will be a hit for Harry Potter fans!
It's super easy to make with lime sherbet, soda, ginger ale, green food coloring and whipped cream. Serve it in a Halloween or Potter-inspired dispenser for even more fun!
Polyjuice Potion by Homemade Hooplah
These deviled eggs boast a disturbing green color thanks to avocado in the filling. Create the eyes with sliced black olives and paint on bloodshot eye lines with red food coloring. Totally edible and actually yummy!
Spooky Monster Eyes Avocado Deviled Eggs by Scattered Thoughts Of A Crafty Mom
These fun Frankenstein pops are made from twinkies! Even though the melted candy quick covers them in a truly nauseating green shade, kids and adults will gobble these sweet treats right up!
Frankenstein Twinkies Pops by This Silly Girl's Kitchen
Is it wrong to say these melted witches are adorable? Just melt green wafer chocolates and chocolate chips to create the melted witch part of the bark.
The hat and broom decoration is made from pretzels, Oreos, chocolate kisses and peanut butter cups. So cute!
Melted Witch Bark by Lil Luna
These adorable mini cheesecakes are the perfect little sweet treat for Halloween.
Black and neon green food colorings help tint the filling. Swirl them together with a toothpick to create a pretty design before baking. Awesome!
Mini Halloween Cheesecakes by Life With The Crust Off
Fill plastic cauldrons with this sweet lime mousse in this spooky shade of green.
Sweetened condensed milk, key lime juice and heavy cream are whipped and tinted with food coloring before being piped into the cauldrons. Add Halloween sprinkles on top and chill well before serving.
Bubbling Key Lime Mousse Cauldrons by Giggles Galore
For a fun and tasty meal for Halloween, make this mac and cheese dish that includes broccoli to make it a toxic-looking shade of green. Kids will be repulsed but also compelled to eat this awesome dish!
Green Toxic Macaroni And Cheese by Bless This Mess Please
Bite into these Halloween cupcakes and watch out for the lime slime that spills out! Just bake these coconut lime cupcakes and hollow out a hole in the center of each to fill with lime curd. Pipe frosting over the top and serve.
Slime Filled Cupcakes by The Lady Behind The Curtain
Gummy worms love hanging out in this swampy punch. Just freeze a simple mixture of gummy worms and punch in muffin tins. When ready to serve the green punch, just add a gummy disk to each glass and it will melt naturally and reveal the worms. Eek!
Gummy Worm Punch by Bitz N Giggles
If you spilled a witch's cauldron, no doubt you would find eyeballs, frogs and worms in it!
This candy bark represents the cauldron contents in a witchy green colored chocolate melt. Add sprinkles, too, to this witch's candy brew.
Witches Brew Candy Bark For Halloween by Mom Foodie
Delicious chocolate cupcakes are topped with a green and purple gumballs set on a green frosting. Kids will love helping you decorate these and then showing them off at their Halloween party. They would also be perfect for a Hocus Pocus movie night.
Hocus Pocus Cupcakes by Whisky N Sunshine
Halloween deserves its own popcorn theme, don't you think? Try this easy to make monster popcorn that gets slimed with melted green candy melts for a ghoulish shade. Add edible eyeballs and confetti sprinkles for more monster mash fun.
Candy eyeballs and a little green coloring go a long way to make this spooky treat.
Monster Mash Popcorn by Cooking With Curls
Eye-jolting colors make these green and purple cupcakes looks appetizing thanks to the rich frosting that makes the monsters. Use a piping tip for texture and add on edible eyes to make these guys a little more friendly!
Monster Cupcakes by Kleinworth and Co.
Your Halloween appetizer table will be perfect with this shocking shade of guacamole dip that's the centerpiece of this dip. It's a brilliant combo of sour cream, black olives, bean dip, cheese and more that's arranged as a spider web. Dig in and avoid the spiders!
This is a great way to get a little trick or treaters to eat something more substantial than candy before heading out on their Halloween trails.
Halloween Taco Dip by The Tipsy Housewife
These homemade chocolate cupcakes act as the base for a Frankenstein face made from green candy melt frosting.
Kids will enjoy helping to build Frankenstein by adding his melted chocolate hair and the rest of his face. Don't forget the edible eyes
Frankenstein Cupcakes by Moments With Mandi
These creepy green cookies look like severed witch fingers. With blanched almonds as fingernails and a vanilla sugar cookie base with green food coloring added for the fingers, these will be an instant hit at your Halloween party.
Serve with raspberry jam for bloody good fun!
Spooky Witch Finger Cookie by Six Sisters Stuff
Kids will enjoy helping you make these brightly colored cookies. Easily make these with a cake mix.
Food coloring, skittles, M & M's, edible eyes and edible ink will do the trick to bring these green and pink-hued cookies to life. Easy and fun!
Cake Mix Halloween Monster Cookies by I Knead To Eat
Frank looks positively ill thanks to this oil-based green candy shade that works perfectly in this chocolate bark recipe.
Microwaved candy melts make quick work of this bark. Let it set and then pipe on Frank's hair and scars with black and red icing and give him some jumbo eye sprinkles.
Frankenstein Chocolate Bark by The Decorated Cookie
Kids and adults will love this sickly green brew for a Halloween beverage. Made with sherbet, pineapple juice, and ginger ale, it's completely witch-approved.
Garnish with large plastic eyeballs for a fun touch. Make sure your guests know these are not edible! Set your punch bowl inside a black cauldron for a witchy touch.
Witches Brew by Your Homebased Mom
Bonus Halloween Treats
A big thank you to all the wonderfully creative bakers and cake decorators who shared their spooky treats with us today.
You may also like to check out some of my Halloween fare. Here you'll find my favorite Halloween recipes and easy Halloween treats.
Hauntingly Spooky Ghost Pretzels For Halloween are made with melted white chocolate and pretzels - just simple ingredients.
Easy Pumpkin Bundt Cake is perfect for Halloween. It boasts the same flavor as pumpkin pie. My version uses cinnamon and ground allspice and ginger, but you can make it with pumpkin spice.
Halloween Chocolate Rice Krispie Spiders are made using the Irish version of rice krispie treats. These large spider cookies can even be a party centre piece.
Irish Barmbrack is a fruity bread that is traditionally served for Halloween in Ireland.
Colcannon for Halloween is another traditional Halloween dish in Ireland. It's mashed potato and kale, cooked with trinkets for little ones to discover.
Easy Kid’s Fun With Chocolate Dipped Apples - these are similar to candy apples but are far easier to make.
I hope everyone has fun creating some Halloween inspired green treats this year.
Be safe everyone, and have fun.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Mairéad -Irish American Mom
Pronunciation - slawn ah-gus ban-ock-th
Mairéad - rhymes with parade
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