Halloween Meals and Snacks
Halloween doesn't have to be all about the sugary sweets, you can still have fun (and creepy!) food that has some nutritional value (or at the very least isn't full of sugar).
Half the fun of these snacks is in the presentation. Making seemingly normal meals look gross can really add to the theme of your Halloween party. Something as simple as adding stuffed olives to look like eyeballs in a vat of spaghetti will be sure to get your guests talking about the scary (but delicious) food.
Kitty Litter Casserole
photo: snowbirdsj Made with butter, Bisquick, cheddar cheese, ground beef, rice, water, salt oven, stovetop Baked Monster Eyes
photo: spiritwoolf Made with taco sauce, black olive, sour cream, ground beef, taco seasoning mix, water, mexican cheese, tortilla chips oven Moldy Dinner Rolls With Blood Clot Butter
photo: CDKitchen Made with frozen dinner rolls, egg white, water, green food coloring paste, butter, honey, bacon, red food coloring paste, black food coloring paste oven Dirt
photo: NicoleBunny Made with Oreo cookies, Cool Whip, milk, cream cheese, margarine, powdered sugar, chocolate pudding mix Green Slime
photo: CDKitchen Made with black pepper, salt, frozen spinach, cream cheese, sour cream, salsa, green onions, garlic Pumpkin Chili
photo: CDKitchen Made with jalapeno pepper, garlic, beer, chicken broth, ripe olives, chili powder, ground coriander, salt, tomatoes, cooked pumpkin stovetop Breadstick Bats
photo: CDKitchen Made with frozen bread dough oven Bloody Eyeballs
photo: CDKitchen Made with red food coloring, hard-cooked eggs, whipped cream cheese, green olives Dead Flies On Rye
photo: CDKitchen Made with party rye bread, black olives, Swiss cheese, monterey jack cheese, mayonnaise, chives, bacon oven Candy Corn Quesadillas
photo: CDKitchen Made with American cheese, flour tortillas, cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese microwave