Updated on October 29, 2020
Halloween recipes roundup is made to help you choose and find new interesting ideas for your spooky party! Here you will find healthy (and not-so-healthy), but delicious ideas for breakfast, lunch and of course desserts.
Also here are recipes for gluten free and vegan diets. Some great drinks (alcohol-free, too) included.
As Halloween is not far away now, here we share the best, to our mind, recipes from different food bloggers.
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So no matter, if you plan to watch your favorite movie under the blanket or you throw or visit a Halloween party. You will definitely find a Halloween recipe for you to make!
Trick or treat? Let’s start boo-cooking!
Easy chicken pot pie with Jack-O'-Lantern face for your Halloween dinner.
Soul cakes are traditional English sweet cookies with raisins that are made for Halloween or Samhain, All Saints Day and All Souls Day.
Baked apple is a perfect Halloween treat recipe! Stuffed with prunes and almond slices. You can sweeten them with honey or with sugar syrup for vegan version.
Start your day with this recipe by Holly from Spend with Pennies. Easy spooky breakfast or lunch for all ages.
Monster mash soup for kids by Jenn from Peas and Crayons. Great recipe for Halloween lunch.
Loved this idea of carving bell peppers by Kristina from Spabettie! You can get creative with these Jack-o-Lantern peppers, you can find a lot of different ideas about stuffed pepper Jacks at her blog.
Craving for pizza? Stacey Home Maker has a special “Halloween edition” pizza recipe.
What a Halloween without chocolate pumpkin cake with orange layers? Here is a great recipe by Kelsie from Itsy Bitsy Kitchen.
If you want some easy chewy spooky cookies, here is the recipe by Cynthia from What a Girl Eats. If you don’t have spiders at home, you can create cookies!
How cute are these little stuffed pumpkins by Elena from Happy Kitchen Rocks? I would decorate whole house with these little pumpkins!
These Vampire bite cupcakes by Mary from V Nutrition and Wellness are so creative and easy to make!
If you want to make a buzzy Halloween cocktail, here is the recipe by Katherine from Wander Spice.
A cocktail by Deb from Cooking on the Front Burners. This drink has such a lovely bright color!
Another cocktail, using blood (joking) by Claire from Sprinkles and Sprouts. Would you dare to drink it?
And also here is alcohol-free Halloween drink by Emilie from Finding Zest. Cool drink for kids and drivers!
f you are looking for gluten-free option, here are the tasty chocolate macarons by Chrystal from Gluten Free Palate.
Tired of baking? No worries, here is an easy no bake recipe by Jaclyn from Crayons and Cravings. This recipe is also a great find, if you have leftover cake after Halloween!
Easy and colorful breakfast by Alli from Dancing through the Rain – to pair with your morning pumpkin latte!
Do you plan to watch horror movie? Well here is the Halloween popcorn recipe by Mabintu from Recipes from a Pantry.
Make a colorful brownie with this recipe by Teri from Buy this Cook That. Because everyone gets excited about brownies at any celebration!
Small family members will adore these little swamp monster! Recipe by Kylie from Kidgredients.
So here you can find spiders, vampires, witches… missing something? Sweet Vegan and Gluten free cake by Rhian's Recipes is decorated with lovely cute pear ghosts.
I Love these white chocolate skulls by Robin from Mom Foodie! Do we all have such lovely pink colored brains?
Need a hat? Cute and simple rice krispies by Emily from Half-Scratched.
Beautiful spider web doughnuts made by Nicky from Kitchen Sanctuary. Make sure spiders won’t find these webs faster than you!
Pretty cool idea of serving bloody cupcakes by Tiffany from Living Sweet Moments. I bet after eating these cupcakes you won’t need a nurse!
Easy-peasy chocolate covered pretzels from Melanie from Garnish and Glaze. A whole bowl of these make a perfect trick or treat option!
Bloody chocolate cups by Bianca from Elephantastic Vegan. Because blood and chocolate goes well together!
Bleeding heart cake by Hannah from Domestic Gothess. I have no words... You need to see it at least once!
Perfect little meringue ghosts by Lucy from Super Golden Bakes. I think meringue is the best material to make the ghosts.
Harry Potter themed snack – golden clusters, made by Jenni from Whip and Wander. Anyone not in theme will love it too!
These sugar cookies by Kelly from The Anthony Kitchen will decorate your home! Also cute option for trick or treat.
Such simple, but stunning idea by Kathy from Lemon Blossoms. These colorful grapes are perfect for Halloween table.
It’s a great idea by Colleen from The Food Blog. Serve these as appetizers for your Halloween night!
I think we mentioned all the heroes of Halloween… Hope you will choose one of these Halloween recipes for your table!
What are your plans for this year – party or family fun? We would love to know, leave a comment below!
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