Halloween is a great holiday to have fun with recipes. Cute, spooky, gruesome… the options are endless! Blogoween -or- Blogotober delivers a lot of great recipes from many bloggers.
Deliciously Rotten Deviled Eggs
Who doesn’t like deviled eggs?!? Parenting Chaos has a spooky yet cute deviled egg recipe. Something that can be fun to make for adults and kids! Deliciously Rotten Deviled Eggs.
Pumpkin Snack Boards
Snack boards have become increasingly popular for a while now. Totally The Bomb brings us a roundup of pumpkin snack board recipes. Each one is equally spooktacular looking! Pumpkin Snack Boards.
Halloween Dirt Cups
Desserts On a Dime is a yummy blog, not to mention budget friendly, for sweet tooths! Dirt cups bring back childhood memories for many people. I would definitely try Desserts On a Dime’s Halloween version. Halloween Dirt Cups.
Hellraiser Meat Head Centerpiece
Hellraiser fans rejoice as Budget 101 has you in mind with this recipe! Extra spiky and extra eerie, this should meet Hellraiser’s approval. This would definitely be a conversation starter type of food! Hellraiser Meat Head Centerpiece.
Witches Fingers Garlic Bread Dippers
It’s Halloween time, Witches! My Gluten Free Guide went with Witch vibes AND ditched the gluten! This is a great option for those with gluten allergies or are watching their gluten intake in general. Witches Fingers Garlic Bread Dippers.
Hocus Pocus Halloween Cookies
Okay, Hocus Pocus fanatics, you are not going to want to miss out on trying these cookies! Slime fills these cookies, also known as witches brew ooze. The Soccer Mom Blog just might be onto something with these! Hocus Pocus Halloween Cookies.
Looking for something a little healthier that isn’t a snack board? Tasty Galaxy has a recipe for your inner witch! These witches brooms are fast, easy and won’t disappoint. Witches Brooms.
What is your favorite thing to cook or bake for Halloween? Do you have any traditional meals? I always make crescent mummy dogs and caramel apples.