Fall has officially arrived and Halloween is just around the corner.
Here are 13 spooktacular recipes that you’ll want to sink your fangs into.
Nut-Allergy Friendly / School Safe:
Food allergies can be a big struggle during this festive holiday, as it’s not easy to tell what’s lurking behind those various candy wrappers. Every kid deserves a colorful treat, so here are a couple worry-free snacks your family can indulge in after trick-or-treating or in the classroom.
The superstar of Halloween is playfully showcased in this recipe with chocolate and eyeball candies. This looks pretty easy to make and the kids would love it.
Peek-a-boo, I see you! Halloween is the perfect excuse to play with your food. Let the kids go wild with these playful salty-sweet bites.
This would be a great addition to a school potluck or family get together. I absolutely love how they made the grave stones, how creative!
These cupcakes are so cute, I want to make them for every holiday.
Who says Halloween is just for kids? Pour one of these creepy refreshments for you and your friends to get the party started. Weather you’re planning on throwing a Halloween party or not, these creations will help you sip your way through this spooky night.
Drink the rainbow with these incredibly festive cocktails. Who knew skittles and vodka were such a great match!
Margaritas are no longer reserved for Cinco De Mayo. Try this twist on a scary good cocktail and add a little fiesta to your costume bash.
The tootsie roll is a tried and true Halloween treat that’s been around for decades. Revamp that classic treat into an adult beverage to enjoy after the kids go to sleep.
Doesn’t this mixture look fun? I sampled these last year at our annual halloween party and they were a huge hit.
More Fun Treats:
From no-bake recipes to revamping leftover candy, these fun halloween treats are the perfect way to celebrate your spooky day. These recipes will help you create that boo-bash menu with everyone’s sweet-tooth in mind.
Use up that leftover candy to make this creative chocolate treat.
I absolutely love no-bake recipes and this one looks incredibly beautiful and festive. Get ready to spook your kids with these playful candy spiders.
I’m a big fan of candy apples and this recipe puts a new spin on a classic recipe that everyone grew up with.
These cute bat friends are made with only 4 ingredients! Make them with your kids as a festive activity for the holidays.
Make these delicious treats with your little ones and show them a thing or two around the kitchen.
From all of us here at Scoop, wishing you a safe and sweet Halloween!