Halloween is almost upon us, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with a spooky snack. These foods and drinks are perfect for hungry little witches and warlocks. From yummy cookies to oozing green guacamole, you’re sure to find a delicious treat. Plus, some can be whipped up in as much time as it takes to say abracadabra. Scroll down to see them all.
Witch Hat Cookies
This super easy recipe from Princess Pinky Girl results in adorable witch hat treats in no time flat. Gather up Oreo's and chocolate kisses plus a few other ingredients for this party-ready dessert. Head on over here for the full recipe.
Wicked Witch Snack Mix
Upgrade regular snack mix with a little seasonal flair by following Munchkin Munchies' recipe. Packed with goodies like candy melt-covered Bugles and pretzel broomsticks, it makes for a spooky treat. Find the full recipe, including the trick to turning popcorn purple, here.
Glow in the Dark Punch
Witches get thirsty after all that cauldron stirring and spell making. Whip up some bubbly punch with a creepy floating hand as a centerpiece. Check out Make Life Lovely's step-by-step recipe to create your own spooky beverage.
Witch Guacamole Dip
Bright green guacamole glows from underneath a tortilla chip hat in Spicy Southern Kitchen's Witch Guacamole. Mash up some avocados or grab your fave store-bought guac as the base for this healthy Halloween treat. Check out the full recipe here.
Witch Finger Cookies
We love these creepy-cool witch fingers from Food Faith Fitness, complete with almond “fingernails” and jelly “blood.” They may not be for the faint of heart, but they’ll sure be tasty! They’re also paleo and vegan, so it’s a guilt-free treat for the whole family. To snag the recipe, click here.
Every witch needs her broom, so you’ve got to whip up some cute broomsticks inspired by From Calculus to Cupcakes. They’re super quick to throw together, and they hit the perfect balance between sweet and savory. To grab the recipe, click here.
Deathly Chocolate Graveyard Cakes
We think this spooktastic dessert from Half Baked Harvest is genius. With gravestones made out of brownies and witch legs made out of rolled wafer cookies, decorating them is half the fun. Grab the full recipe by clicking here.
Melted Witch Cookies
Reenact the end of The Wizard of Oz with these cute cookies from Chelsea’s Messy Apron. Let the kiddos help out in decorating, from making the green frosting puddle to placing the pretzel broomsticks on top. Click here to get the recipe.
Chocolate Witch's Brew Cauldron Cookie Cups
Cookie cups become bubbling cauldrons with On Sugar Mountain’s awesome recipe. Filled up with a buttercream frosting “potion,” it’s a jaw-dropping treat worthy of any witch. To get the recipe, click here.
—Oz Spies with Susie Foresman