Looking for some unique and sometimes gross recipes and treats for an upcoming Halloween party? Check out all the great ideas offered in this collection. You can make everything from ants on a log to roasted pumpkin seeds. Don't forget to also make a homemade treat bag to hold all your tasty creations.
You can use this recipe to make ants, or any other type of bug, on a log by spreading peanut butter on a piece of celery and dotting it with raisins or even chocolate chips.
Use these directions to make tasty little ghosts you can use to decorate the snack table at your party and then give them to your guests to take home with them.
This snack might look disgusting, but it is actually just ice cream or pudding that is covered with crushed up chocolate cookies and gummy worms.
Follow this recipe and discover how you can use a rubber glove, a couple cookies, and a few other supplies to create this unique ghosts in a graveyard treat. This looks so great as a centerpiece on your table that you might not want to eat it.
This recipe explains how to make cute kitty cat face using wafer cookies, chocolate frosting, and a few candies. Kids will love making these as much as they love eating them.
Not sure if you would want to use something like this for an actual party, but maybe if the guests were all babies. Dress up baby food jars for Halloween.
Learn how easy it is to mix up a batch of tasty and spooky punch that kids will love.
Follow these instructions and learn how easy it is to decorate a sucker so it looks like a cute little scarecrow. Use these, along with the ghost suckers above, as a treat and a decoration.
If you are going to be carving a Jack-o-lantern or two, remember to save all of the seeds when you clean it out. You can then follow these directions to learn how to roast them into a delicious treat.