Get your Halloween on! For is time to bring out your spooky spirited cook with our list of 10 savory Halloween food ideas that will brighten up your serving platters! Sweets are a little easier to present in the cloak of festiveness especially when we speak of All Hallow’s night, but with savory dishes, it gets a little tricky. Spooky goes both with sweet and savory and food being the paramount of festivals, has to be theme oriented. Well, it’s not mandatory but it sure lightens every witch and goblin up when they see something they can relate to. Or any character for that matter.
We’re here for rescue!
As we definitely don’t suggest getting over-burdened with the endless brainstorming sessions for halloween party ideas, so we did it for you. With the following Halloween food ideas (which are wickedly creative and gloriously easy to execute), you will get a number of edges to build your sinister soul on and be the best party planner on the block.
10. Mummy Dogs
Anything made from hot dogs is classic! And while we are talking about classics, making the food look festive appropriate has become so popular and in trend that we can’t stay away from not spending our efforts into making eerie-treats.
So, ditch the boring hot dogs!
On our list of Halloween food ideas, we suggest that you drop the old fun in a bun hot dog. Instead, you should wrap them in thin strips of dough to get your very own mummy dogs. These can perfectly pass for fun and easy halloween party appetizers. And mustard eyes, don’t forget mustard eyes. Kids would enjoy participating in making these adorable mummies. So lessen your burden by getting yourself some little helpers.
9. Eyeball Tacos
Would you like some eyeballs with your taco? Yes? Let’s taco ‘bout Halloween snack ideas. Bad puns aside, you can actually make eyeball tacos as they are super easy to put together. With the chunky salsa sauce and cheesy goodness, tacos are loved by all. You don’t even have to be Mexican to love these Halloween food ideas. On that note, wouldn’t it be just perfect if you serve it at a Day of the dead themed party? Making the eyes is very simple, just some meatballs(or pepperoni), mayo and olives to craft the eyes on those scrumptious little tummy warmers.