20 Impressive Last-Minute Halloween Snacks
Halloween is here, people! With just a handful of weeks to go, it's crunch time to find a costume and figure out what you'll be doing the night of October 31. Whether you're throwing a Halloween party and still need to figure out a food and drink menu or you need a fun dish to bring to the one you're attending, these quick and easy Halloween snacks are here to help! After all, you don't want guests to be left hangry – that would be frightening. Have no fear! We have some last-minute Halloween snacks that are fast, festive, and tasty AF.
This savory Halloween snack can be made as spicy as your guests want it – just scoop a little or all of the jalapeño seeds out before stuffing these 'mummies' with cheese and wrapping them in store-bought crescent roll dough. (via Brit + Co.)
Your party pals will definitely be freaked out by this bite! Red food coloring aids in turning traditional deviled egg filling a spooky pink color. (via Brit + Co.)
Made without any processed sugar, these caramel apples require just a few ingredients: apples, maple syrup, honey, cream, vanilla, chocolate, and flaky salt. (via Half Baked Harvest)
This candy-coated bowl of popcorn loads up on festive accoutrements like candy corn, pumpkins, and Halloween sprinkles. (via A Spicy Perspective)
Add Halloween-themed sprinkles to some classic Chex mix for a spooky seasonal snack. (via Salt & Lavender)
Just place small pieces of chocolate on top of pretzels, heat them long enough for the chocolate to soften, then lightly place a candy corn on top. Viola! Simple, tasty treats with a twist – and no tricks! (via Sally's Baking Addiction)
If you have some strawberries on-hand, this recipe is made even easier. Just grab some orange candy melts and decorate away! (via Crowded Kitchen)
Put a festive touch on the classic frozen chocolate “boo-nana" by giving them a ghostly makeover. The only heavy lifting you'll have to do for this recipe is let them sit in the freezer for a bit. (via Skinnytaste)
Whether you're using new or leftover Halloween candy, this bark recipe is super simple. (via Completely Delicious)
For flavors both sweet and salty, these pumpkin seeds can be made in a jiffy. (via This Wife Cooks)
To make these adorable 'brooms,' you'll push a pretzel in the end of a sliced string cheese stick. (via Feel Good Foodie)
These nutty little guys are the perfect snacking companion for the holiday. (via Culinary Hill)
What are some of your favorite Halloween snacks? Let us know in the comments, and join our newsletter for more holiday inspiration!
Lead image via Handmade Charlotte.
This post has been updated with additional reporting by Meredith Holser.
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