Halloween party food for kids should be fun, scary and a little gross. These Halloween party recipes fit the bill, and more importantly, they taste great, and they're all super simple to make. In fact, many of these Halloween recipes are so easy, the kids can make them all by themselves.
Remember, when it comes to Halloween party food, a lot of times, all you have to do is call your recipe something gross or spooky, and the kids will love it. Take my kitty litter cake. It's really just a cake topped with crushed sandwich cookies and tootsie rolls. But call it kitty litter cake, and the kids go nuts over it.
Try these recipes for your kids' Halloween party, and let me know what you think. Be sure to write reviews!
These brain Jello mold is one of those gross Halloween party food recipes that will spook and delight your guests. Don't worry - it only looks disgusting. This Jello mold actually tastes good.
Need some savory Halloween party foods? These mummy dogs are guaranteed to be a hit with the kids. And they're so easy to make.
Deviled eggs make a great party food anytime, but especially for Halloween. (Get it? "Deviled" eggs?) This version of deviled eggs is one of my most requested party recipes.
Not quite a cake and not quite a cookie, these pumpkin whoopie pies make a festive Halloween party food, especially if you're throwing an orange-and-black-themed party. Everybody likes these hand-held treats.
This Halloween cake is a cinch to make, and it makes a great centerpiece for a Halloween party. Food for kids should be fun, and this graveyard cake definitely is!
This non-alcoholic Halloween punch is guaranteed to be a hit at your Halloween party. Food that resembles body parties always seems to amuse kids.
These ghost Rice Krispie treats are easy to make - no special Halloween cookie cutters or baking pans needed. And the kids love them!
This fruit pizza makes a great Halloween party food, because it looks great on a buffet table. You can even make this pizza during your Halloween party - kids enjoy that, too.