Snacks

Scare up some Fright Night fun with our creepy assortment of snacks—both savory and sweet.

Bloodshot Peanut Butter Eyeballs
Balls of powdered sugar and peanut butter become bloodshot orbs when coated with melted candy and decorated with a paintbrush and food dye.
Wicked-Easy Trail Mix
Take this scary-easy snack to the next level by adding candy corn to a mixture of cereal, yogurt-covered raisins, and banana chips.
Sandwich Spooks
All it takes is a ghost-shape cookie cutter to transform your basic PB&J into a spooky but kid-friendly snack.
Wicked-Easy Snack Mix
For an almost-instant Halloween party snack, toss together candy corn, pretzels, peanuts, and corn chips.
Monster Mouths
Apple slices and peanut butter form mouths gaping with crooked candy-corn teeth in this monstrously easy snack idea.
Mad Scientist Mix
Popcorn, nuts, and cereal seasoned with a honey-mustard potion ensure that this snacking experiment always succeeds!
Handy Pretzels
Display these candy-coated pretzel fingers in a jar covered with an old shirt sleeve for maximum Fright Night attitude.
Wicked Witch's Popcorn Hat
Marshmallow crème is the magical ingredient that turns popcorn into a tasty witch's hat.
Vampire Bagel Bites
Sink your teeth into this Transylvanian bagel coated with cream cheese and decorated with colorful veggies and olives.

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  • Drinks

    Nab some creative ideas for concocting either kid-friendly beverages or adults-only cocktails for your Fright Night...

  • Appetizers

    Halloween visitors will love biting into any of these to-die-for appetizers: bugs, fingers, mummies, and more!

  • Cakes

    Cast a spell at your next Halloween party—or family dinner—with these bewitching cake decorating ideas.

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