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Easy Halloween Party Snacks

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Looking for some Halloween dessert recipes or Halloween appetizers for a party? Check out these super easy Halloween party snacks that you can make with just a few minutes and a few store-bought ingredients!

Easy Halloween Snacks for Parties

These cute Halloween mummy hot dogs are super easy to make and they’re a fun snack or appetizer for a Halloween party! All you need is hotdogs and some crescent roll dough to make these Hallo-weenies. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Halloween Mummy Hotdogs

Halloween Mummy Hot Dogs

To make these mummy-wrapped hot dogs, get some regular-sized hotdogs and Pillsbury’s crescent roll dough sheet (if you can find it).

Steps to make the Halloween mummy hotdogs


  • Hotdogs
  • Crescent dough sheet

You might only have the regular pre-cut crescent rolls available, but if you can find the full size sheets then you don’t have to worry about trying to smush the perforated edges together. ๐Ÿ™‚

Materials for the mummy hotdogs
Rolling out the dough onto a sheet pan

Roll out the dough onto a sheet pan and cut it into long strips for the mummy wrapping (mine was, umm, a little messy looking..). You can also try a variation of flat pieces with rolled pieces for a different mummy look! (And if you completely overlap all the flat dough, it will bake into a single blob).

Then, on a separate pan or plate sprayed with non-stick spray, start wrapping the hotdogs from bottom to top, leaving a little space in between some of the pieces because the dough will puff up while it bakes and you want it to still look like mummy strips of cloth.

Wrapping the dough around the hotdogs

Bake according to package directions (I underbaked them a little so the dough would stay a lighter color).

Plate them up on a cute Halloween plate for your party! I got most of these Halloween decorations from Target.

The baked hotdog mummies

I also added some candy eyes with ketchup. That part did NOT taste good, but it made a cute picture. ๐Ÿ™‚

Happy Halloween!

Cute hotdog mummies with eyeballs

These creepy bloody Oreo eyeballs are a great Halloween treat for your food table or Halloween party. You can put them together in just a few minutes and have an easy Halloween snack for your sweet tooth!

Bloody Oreo Eyeballs

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  • Oreo halves, creme side only
  • Red icing and piping tip
  • Candy eyeballs

Start by gently separating some Oreos in half. I separated a lot more than this in order to get the decent looking ones because the creme filling has a tendency to split in pieces or end up partially on one side… but you want solid white circles for your eyeballs.

Oreos separated in half

Grab your red icing bag (that you can also use for our other Halloween desserts). There’s nothing that says “Halloween” quite like adding more sugary frosting on top of the sugary Oreo cream filling. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Adding red icing to the Oreo slices

Pipe some creepy bloodshot lines onto the white part of the Oreos.

Bloody icing lines on the Oreos
Adding candy eyeballs onto the bloody icing lines

Put a candy eyeball in the center of each Oreo.. done!

The finished bloody eyeballs

Creepy and tasty.

These Halloween ghost lollipops are a cute and simple way to dress up Halloween candy for trick-or-treaters or for a Halloween party. They’d be a cute decoration on a Halloween table for your party or as a party favor.

All you need are a few household supplies and craft supplies to make these Halloween lollipops. ๐Ÿ™‚

DIY Ghost Lollipops for Halloween

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Here’s what the finished Halloween lollipop looks like. You just need a few simple items!

A tissue ghost lollipop

Start with some small rounded lollipops like Dum Dums or mini Tootsie Pops. The Dum Dums actually worked out better because they’re flat on top and don’t have part of the wrapper sticking out.

Using small lollipops for the ghosts

Wrap the lollipop in a square of toilet paper FIRST. If you don’t have this, then the coffee filters are transparent and you can see the wrapper / logos underneath.

Wrapping a tissue around a lollipop
Tying up the coffee filter with a white ribbon

Then add a white coffee filter on top of that. You *could* use a Kleenex, but these round coffee filters were the perfect shape and size. Tie a small ribbon around it to secure (be sure to double knot it).

Adding faces to the ghosts with a sharpie marker

Finally you can use a black Sharpie to add a little ghost face and display them on a festive Halloween serving platter for your party guests, or put them in a candy bucket for trick or treaters.

The ghost lollipops on a cobweb plate


A bucket full of ghost lollipops

You can also display them upright in a tiny bucket or cup like this one.

Happy Halloween!

These chocolate donut bats are a quick and easy dessert to make for your Halloween party. All you need are chocolate doughnut holes, some Oreos, and candy eyes.

DIY Chocolate Donut Bats

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Chocolate Donut Bats


  • Chocolate donut holes
  • Oreos
  • Candy eyeballs
  • White or red icing
  • Knife

Start with some chocolate donut holes. I only have 4 here because I ate a lot of them in advance (oops).

Chocolate donut holes

Next you’ll want to start splitting some Oreo cookies in half. You’ll probably have to go through several Oreos to get a few that don’t break and are the side that doesn’t have cream on it. GENTLY cut them in half with a knife to make the bat wings (I had a few break so make sure you have more Oreos than you actually need).

Oreos cut in halves

Next poke your Oreo bat wings into the donut holes, trying not to split the whole donut in half.

Oreo wings poked into the donut holes
A plate of donut bats in progress

Add wings to all of your donut holes.

Donut bats with candy eyeballs

Finally add some candy eyeballs attached with a little bit of red or white icing (the red icing looks like blood ;)).

The finished chocolate donut bats

Happy Halloween!

If you’re looking for an easy Halloween dinner that looks spooky but is super simple and easy to make, try this purple creepy Halloween pasta. ๐Ÿ™‚ If you’re having a Halloween party and have tons of candy and dessert ideas but don’t know what to serve as a main dish, try these easy Halloween noodles.

Purple Creepy Halloween Pasta

Purple Creepy Halloween Pasta

A plate of purple pasta
Cooking the pasta first

All you need for these creepy Halloween noodles (that look a little like worms or maybe zombie brains..? ;)) are pasta, butter, and purple food coloring!

I made my noodles in my handy dandy Pasta Boat in the microwave (which only takes 10 minutes.. you can make your pasta on the stove too), added butter, and then squeezed a few drops of purple gel food coloring and mixed it in.

Adding purple food coloring to the pasta

Food coloring can have a strong “taste” so don’t add too much… but if you add a decent amount of butter, then it just tastes like buttered pasta.

Mixing in the purple food coloring

Done! Easiest Halloween dinner idea ever.

Finished purple pasta for Halloween

Then to make my Halloween noodles super festive and creepy, I plated them on this plastic spiderweb plate with a decorated Halloween party table.

For a creepy and easy Halloween dessert perfect for serving guests or bringing to a Halloween party, try making these bloody donut eyeballs. Just decorate a few store bought ingredients and you’re ready to go for a bite-sized Halloween treat!

Blood Donut Eyeballs

Bloody Donut Eyeballs

Materials needed for the eyeball donuts


  • Powdered donut holes
  • Red icing
  • Candy eyeballs

To make these Halloween doughnut eyeballs you just need a few ingredients – powdered donut holes, red frosting or icing (preferably already conveniently in a bag with a skinny piping tip) and some candy eyeballs.

Adding red icing to the powdered donut holes

Start by laying out the best-looking donuts on a decorative Halloween platter. If some of the donuts are a little smashed, you can eat those instead.

Pipe some bloody veins onto the donuts with your red icing. There’s also a red gel icing that might give more of a blood-like appearance, but the regular kind of frosting or icing definitely tastes better. We’re going for blood-shot eyes here.

The bloody icing lines on the donuts
Candy eyeballs for the donuts

Next grab some candy eyeballs and stick them on top. I’m using these ones from Betty Crocker that are made for Halloween recipes like this, but you could also use black icing or an M&M.

Put one eyeball in the middle of the blood.  Done!

Adding the eyeballs to the donut holes

These are super easy and you can make them in 5 minutes, but they take what would be a normal party food – donut holes – and give them a creepy Halloween makeover.

The finished bloody eyeball donut holes

Decorate the food table at your Halloween party with these cute Oreo witch hats. They’re a cute Halloween dessert that you can make in just minutes and impress your guests! They’re also a chocolately and delicious spooky Halloween treat.

DIY Oreo Witch Hats

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  • Oreos
  • Dark chocolate Hershey’s Kisses
  • Colorful icing or frosting (preferably red, orange, green, or purple – witchy colors)

Start with as many Oreos as you’d like to make for these witch hat treats. You DON’T need to separate them. If you can find the Halloween Oreos with an orange filling, that would be even better. ๐Ÿ™‚

Oreos on a plate for the witch hats

Grab an equal number of dark chocolate Hershey Kisses. The dark chocolate are better for this than the regular milk chocolate because the darker color matches the Oreos and looks more like a black witch’s hat.

Dark chocolate Hersheyโ€™s kisses for the witch hats

Attach the Hershey Kisses to the top of the Oreos with a blob of colored frosting. You want the frosting to blob out visibly on the sides so it looks like a ribbon on a witch hat. Any spooky color can work here! ๐Ÿ™‚

Adding red icing to the Oreos

That’s all there is to it! Super easy Halloween treat for a party.

Attaching dark chocolate kisses to the red icing on the Oreos
The finished chocolate witch hats

Display them on a cute Halloween platter for extra spookiness.

A plate of chocolate cookie witch hats

Done! Happy Halloween!

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