Halloween appetizers made from peppers, strawberries, carrots, pretzel sticks and mozzarella cheese, kiwi fruit, grapes, melons, tangerines and mini candy eyes are super easy to make, yummy to eat, and will get a big WOW out of your party guests. Look how darn cute they are!
Hosting a Halloween party or dinner doesn't have to be difficult. Relax and get some easy-peasy appetizer ideas from this page. The first one is to get some candy eyes so you can dress up all your foods and desserts with them.
Those little kiwi hats really crack me up!
Candy Eyes To Dress Up Your Halloween Candies And Foods!
Apples With Teeth
Apples are a great fruit to use when you are making a appetizer or snack for Halloween. And they are so plentiful in the Fall. You can go to farms and pick your own and have fun with your kids.
Here's how to assemble the Apples with teeth:
- First cut your apple in wedge shapes
- put some peanut butter on the apple
- top with mini marshmallows as your teeth
- top it off with another apple wedge swiped with peanut butter
So it's like an apple peanut butter sandwich with teeth!
These Grapes With Eyes are so cute and so very easy to make. To create this fruit Halloween snack for your kids you will need some:
- clear plastic cups
- a black magic marker
Draw a mouth on the clear cups.
Fill the cups about half way up with grapes.
Put two marshmallows in each and then fill to the top with more grapes.
Give the spot where you can see the marshmallows a dot for the eyes with the marker and then draw a mouth on the cup.
Again, this is so easy, just make sure to take a look at the picture to get an idea of what the finished Halloween fruit snack should look like. Your kids or Halloween party guests will love this little fun appetizer!
Those little peeled tangerines look just like pumpkins and those bananas look like ghosts with their little chocolate chip eyes and mouths. You will need some:
- chocolate chips
- celery for pumpkin stems
You can see by looking at the picture how easy it is to make faces on the bananas, It takes so little effort to create a really special appetizer and dessert table for Halloween.
Skeleton Veggie Tray
Look what you can make with a bowl of dip and fresh vegetables. Here are some suggestions for the veggies:
- a couple leaves of lettuce
Use black olives for the vegetable skeleton's mouth and eyes.
This veggie tray is so easy to put together. Add your favorite dip and you've got a wonderful, frightfully fun appetizer for your Halloween table.
Here's another idea for Halloween apple treats.
- Cut your apples into slices.
- Put some peanut butter on the
- Add stick pretzels to make spider legs
- Top with another peanut butter filled apple slice
- Add a couple of chocolate chips for eyes
Here's another easy to make appetizer or fruit snack for your Halloween gang.
The Halloween Fruit Kabob
The Halloween Fruit Kabob is another delicious and fun to eat treat to serve on Halloween. You will need some:
- food grade marker
The fruits above are suggestions. Use your favorite fruits, cut them up, and assemble them on the skewers with a couple marshmallows. Check the picture for details. Add some eyes and a mouth to the marshmallows using a food grade black marker.
More Halloween Food Ideas
- Green Slime Halloween Salsa (Plus 2 Bonus Green Dip Recipes)
What's green, gooey, and good to eat? Green slime salsa dip! This recipe is easy to make, yummy to eat, and gross to look at. That's right, it's the perfect creepy recipe to serve at Halloween time.
- Halloween Meatloaf
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- Mummy Brie Appetizer For Halloween
This Mummy Brie Appetizer Recipe will thrill and chill your holiday dinner guests. It's easy to make, delicious to eat, and fun to serve at a Halloween party or dinner table. It's the perfect appetizer to serve with your Eyeball Spaghetti & Foot
HalloweenRecipes (author) on October 06, 2021:
Thank You! It's always nice to get some healthy snacks in at Halloween when the main focus is candy and treats!
Mallika Lotus from Hyderabad, India on October 04, 2021:
Wow, cute Halloween recipes. Thank you.