Try some scary Halloween food and dishes this year for truly gruesome fun. Here's a collection of Halloween meals and dishes that will help send your trick or treaters on their way, with a filling meal in their tummies.
Halloween main dishes and Halloween appetizers feature in this spooky collection. You can create a tasty menu, with plenty of ghosts, bones, eyeballs, mummy bandages and spiders, using these creative ideas.
Table of Contents
- Mummy Pita Pizzas
- Halloween Deviled Eggs
- Waffle Mummy Pizzas
- Pumpkin Face Risotto
- Monster Party Sub
- Severed Bloody Finger Dogs
- Spider Bites
- Mummy Meatballs
- Mummy Meatloaf
- Homemade Halloween Pizzas
- Pizza Skulls
- Black Charcoal Crust Spider Pizza
- Deviled Eye Spaghetti
- Scary Sloppy Joes
- Mini Ghost Pizzas
- More Halloween Treat Ideas
Mummy Pita Pizzas
Make pizzas that look perfectly creepy with this pita pizza recipe. All you need is four ingredients for these super easy pizzas, with a pita bread crust.
Halloween dinner will be ready in double quick time, or a magical minute.
Halloween Deviled Eggs
This is such a fun recipe for the holiday!
These deviled eggs are colorful and creepy!
Spooky deviled eggs make perfect finger food for a Halloween party too.
Plus these eggs have a fiery edge, with a dash of Siracha, jalapeno powder and smoked paprika.
Waffle Mummy Pizzas
Have you ever had a waffle pizza? This recipe is all wrapped up in cheese for a tasty treat.
This meal uses a toaster waffle for a super speedy, spooky treat just perfect for trick or treaters in a hurry.
Pumpkin Face Risotto
Risotto is always a tasty idea, but this recipe makes it completely festive.
Creative cooking takes risotto to the next level of spookiness.
Monster Party Sub
Having a party? Well this giant sub is just the thing to feed a hungry crowd of ghouls and monsters.
Bloody red radish and black olive eyeballs decorate this satisfying sub sandwich, with spiky cheesy teeth peeping out the sides of the bread roll.
Severed Bloody Finger Dogs
This hotdog recipe is ever so easy with a few creative cuts to simple hot dogs, to make a gross replica of bloody fingers!
Oozy ketchup adds the finishing touch to these bloody, gruesome hot dogs.
These little bites look just like spiders. But they taste way better!
Spooky spiders are created using black olives and used to top a simple bagel bite.
Meatballs get all wrapped up for a great Halloween meal with this mummy meatball recipe.
Give your meatloaf a freaky twist with this awesome recipe.
Create mummy bandages over your meatloaf with mashed potatoes. Find all the details through the link below for this creative Halloween recipe.
Homemade Halloween Pizzas
This recipe makes Halloween pizzas in several ways so everyone can get their favorite toppings in a festive way.
You can use olives, red peppers, pepperoni or sausage to create scary faces on your pizza dough. Shredded mozzarella melts to perfection in the oven, then given a scary touch with your favorite meat or veggie.
Crack open a skull to find ooey gooey pizza stuffed inside!
These Halloween themed pizza pockets are sure to be a favorite way to serve scary foods.
Black Charcoal Crust Spider Pizza
This pizza has a dark charcoal crust for a really elegant and slightly scary twist on dinner.
Deviled Eye Spaghetti
This recipe makes for some really realistic deviled eye spaghetti cups.
Spooky is a must for Halloween party foods, but don't forget to make something tasty and filling too. This is a dish that will have your guests talking.
Scary Sloppy Joes
This recipe dresses up sloppy joes to be a freaky food to serve at Halloween.
Olive eyes on cocktail sticks add a spooky twist to this dinner idea.
Mini Ghost Pizzas
These mini pizzas are so tasty, they're likely to fly right off the plate!
A great spooky way to feed little ones something other than sugar, before they start off on their search for treats on Halloween night.
More Halloween Treat Ideas
This collection above focuses on savory Halloween party ideas. If you would like to serve spooky Halloween cupcakes, cookies, candy snacks, and cake, then you might like to check out these Halloween recipes.
20 Creepy Green Halloween Treats feature many Halloween food ideas from brownies to meringues, gummy worms to candy corn, and popcorn to edible decor. There are plenty tombstone, graveyard and ghost themed ideas here. Check out some of the amazingly creative toppings and frostings in this post.
Homemade Chocolate Pretzel Spider Webs For Halloween look great when displayed beside plastic spiders. These are super simple to make with either dark chocolate or white chocolate.
Green Monster Face Cookies For Halloween are a super simple treat, made by coating oreos in green candy melts and decorating with edible eyes.
Skeleton Face Cookies For Halloween once again use Oreos or your favorite cookie as a base. They're dipped in melted white chocolate, then decorated with black icing to create skeleton faces.
Hauntingly Spooky Ghost Pretzels For Halloween are made by dipping twisted pretzels in melted chocolate, and adding candy eyeballs.
Easy Kid’s Fun With Chocolate Dipped Apples are an edible craft that everyone can enjoy making at a Halloween party.
I hope everyone has a wonderful Halloween this year.
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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Although I love your recipes and think it's great that you're educating people on their heritage,Cooking isn't just mom's jobs,being a recipe website,by naming it the way you did,you're reinforcing the idea moms are the ones who should be in the kitchen,where's the dad in this?It's regressive to correlate being a woman to be in the kitchen.
Irish American Mom
Hi Lily - This was never my intention. I am an Irish American mom so I am simply sharing my recipes and ramblings with the world, and whoever wishes to try out my recipes is more than welcome to them. Thanks for checking them out.
All the best,