Hosting a Halloween party can be a lot of fun and not a lot of work with a little prep. I like to incorporate fun and spooky food for an added chilling charm!
Here are some fun and spooky food ideas:
Spider dip = 7-layer dip with a web designed with sour cream and spiders made out of olives
Finger food = mozzarella cheese sticks wrapped in cured meat
Pumpkin patch = clementine oranges with jack-o-lantern faces drawn on them
Mummy wraps = quesadillas with extra tortilla strips or mini hot dogs with crescent roll strips
Tombstone sammies = halved sandwiches with “RIP” written on them
Caterpillars = grapes on a stick
Spooky cupcakes displayed on a pirate ship
Other considerations to include - Halloweeny tablecloth, potions for drinks, and theme-colored plates and utensils.
And of course don’t forget the costumes!