These easy Halloween party appetizers and drink recipes will be the haunting hit of your party.
A perfect appetizer and conversation piece, this pumpkin-shaped cheese ball is made with a yummy mix of white Cheddar, cream
cheese, and goat cheese.
A switch from traditional Cheddar cheese to Muenster cheese gives a new taste to traditional sausage balls. Spanish olives
complete the spooky look of this Halloween party appetizer.
Served in an acorn squash, Creamy Onion-Bacon Dip is sure to be a hit–you probably should go ahead and double the recipe.
Flavors of pineapple, lime, and ginger ale make up this fun and spooky beverage. For a scary presentation, place punch bowl
into a larger bowl, and add dry ice to larger bowl.
Deviled Green Goblin Eggs put an eerie twist on the traditional recipe that is sure to spook your guests. Tip: Gently tap warm eggs on kitchen counter immediately after cooking, cracking evenly over entire shell. Food color will seep
into the cracks, forming a pattern on the whites that can be seen after peeling.
Get in the Halloween spirit with this blood orange-apple martini. A dash of red food coloring gives it its eerie color.
Always a crowd-pleaser, our Pumpkin Cheese Ball combines cream cheese, cheddar cheese and a hint of paprika to make a delicious
appetizer. Top with a broccoli stalk just before serving to finish the pumpkin look.
In addition to familiar lemon and cinnamon notes, molasses gives this cider a sweet kick.
Salty, sweet, sour, fruity, gummy and more! All of your favorite flavors and tastes make up this fun Halloween party starter.
No cooking required with this appetizer! Just pick up some shredded barbecue from your favorite restaurant, pile it on some
French rolls, and slather it with barbecue sauce and a scoop of coleslaw.
Try this fun and tasty take on the traditional Halloween game. Crabapples are served in a delicious blend of cranberry juice,
orange juice, apple cider, and more.
These make-ahead, bite-sized garlic cheese balls are stuffed with pimiento-stuffed olives and topped with pine nuts to resemble
Dress up plain breadsticks with a sprinkling of dry Ranch dressing mix and marinara sauce. Tie them in little bundles to resemble
haysticks for a fall-themed party.
Add a caramel chewiness to already-delicious bacon-caramel corn.