41. Carrot Fingers
A creepy carrot hand sticking out of your cheese dip is the perfect way to dress it up for Halloween! By all means, you will want to serve it with more carrots, veggies, and crackers or your hand will disappear!
42. “Candy Corn” Pizza
No candy here, folks. But check out how easy it is to make a candy corn themed pizza! Just rim the edges with cheddar and bake!
43. Bloody Band-Aids
No actual blood here, but the simple use of graham crackers, cream cheese, and strawberry jelly is enough to put you in the Halloween spirit!
44. Spiders On A Log
Self-explanatory, really. Little plastic spiders will make any Halloween snack or treat frightening! Plus, you could use black olives to make edible spiders.
45. Breakfast Ghost
The Halloween breakfast of champions! The clever use of a banana and Cheerios makes breakfast so much more fun and festive.
46. Jack o’ Lantern Carrot Platter
This pumpkin veggie tray has it all! The eyes and nose are used for the dip, and broccoli for the stem. Just arrange it on a large round platter for a Halloween party.
47. Apple Smiles
I’ve been doing these apple smiles for some time now, and the kids LOVE them! They’re just as fun to make as they are to eat. Use peanut butter as your glue to hold the mini marshmallows in place. You can make quite a few of these from just one apple.
48. Haunted Pizza
A ghost shaped cookie cutter will do the trick! The cheese tends to melt and turn into a big blob if baked too long, so bake your pizza first, and then add your cheese 5 minutes before it’s done. Then, use pieces of olives or capers for your eyes.