These easy Halloween Recipes for your October party are delicious, super easy, and filled with ideas for treats, snacks, appetizers, and even hardy food for everyone! They’re also fun and festive and a little spooky if spiders and scary delicious give you the shivers.
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If you’re looking for ideas to make your Halloween party festive and fun, you’ll find more than 38 easy recipes that are delicious and perfect for the harvest season.
Having now spent more years than I want to count hosting Halloween parties, friends, and trick-or-treaters, I take a cue from my mother. On October 31, you will always find a simmering pot of chili (stovetop, Instant Pot, or slow cooker), skillet cornbread, platters of veggies and dip, and always, always, donuts. Donuts are an absolute must!
"It’s that time of year again when we dust off our broomsticks and carve pumpkins. But what’s Halloween without some spine-tingling treats? Whether planning a spooky movie night or hosting a Halloween party, this Halloween popcorn mix will surely make your taste buds scream with delight. So grab your cauldron, and let’s get popping!"
This Halloween 7 Layer Dip is a fun, delicious, and even spooky treat for kids and adults alike. A classic and easy party appetizer that’s ready in 10 minutes, and can even be made ahead. Easy to make? Absolutely, including the edible spiders and their web!
Fill the home with the aroma of this Slow Cooker Pumpkin Spice Granola with Maple, Dates, and Pecans. A healthier Halloween treat for breakfast or snacks... or even giving to some of your favorite trick-or-treaters!
Roasted Garlic Pumpkin Hummus is a quick, savory, and healthy fall treat. Perfect for football food, game days, tailgating, or fall snacking. Incredibly creamy and delicious. So easy you'll make it all season!
This One Pot Pumpkin Turkey Chili recipe is delicious and hearty, perfect for brisk fall days. Filled with wholesome ingredients, it’s a 30-minute nourishing, flavor-packed dish made with lean ground turkey, tomatoes, pumpkin purée, beans, and veggies.
This Panera Autumn Squash Soup Recipe is inspired by the much-loved soup served at its namesake bakery cafe. Much like the original, with a few healthy twists, it is a delicious bowl of creamy, velvety, pureed squash soup. With all of the season’s best flavors.
Cast Iron Skillet Cornbread is rustically simple but utterly delicious. It’s a slightly sweet, tender cornbread, that’s absolutely mouthwatering. And such a treat when it comes to the table, warm from the oven.
This one pot Pumpkin Mac and Cheese is a simple-to-make pasta dish, perfect for fall days during pumpkin season. It's creamy, delicious, and so incredibly satisfying. Easy cleanup with one pot and ready in 30 minutes or less!
Try something new this Halloween with this Slow Cooker Short Ribs and Pumpkin Chili, a hearty autumnal chili that makes for a perfect and easy fall meal. If you’re looking for a chili that’s a bit unique, flavorful, and easy too… you’ll want to try this.
Looking for a quick, healthy breakfast? Pumpkin Overnight Oats is deliciously thick and creamy, packed with protein-rich Greek yogurt, rolled oats, naturally sweetened, and loaded with pumpkin spice fall flavors. All with 5 minutes prep and simple ingredients.
These Healthy Pumpkin Muffins contain no refined sugar and make the most delicious pumpkin spice muffins. Packed with the warm spices you expect, they are a no-guilt, healthier treat for breakfast, snacks, or dessert in the fall.
These easy Halloween treats are perfect along with bowls of your favorite Halloween candy!
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Spider Cookies are a fun way to celebrate October and Halloween. These not-so-spooky treats are fun to make, and so, so yummy. The cookie base is a soft and chewy peanut butter chocolate chip cookie, and the spiders are made with classic trick-or-treat candies like mini peanut butter cups and Milk Duds!
Pumpkin Bars with Cream Cheese Frosting is a classic fall dessert that's simple to make, soft, utterly delicious, and filled with warm spices. The velvety Cream Cheese Frosting makes these simple bars a standout favorite.
These easy pumpkin donuts are flavored with classic fall pumpkin spice and packed with pure pumpkin puree, which makes them moist, tender, and delicious! They’re also made a wee bit healthier with Greek yogurt, which adds tenderness to this delicious cake donut.
Chocolate Swirl Pumpkin Bread is a decadently delicious fall treat that's rather incredibly yummy with the pumpkin spice flavors and rich chocolate swirled and marbled into the bread. Making it a pumpkin bread you won't soon forget.
Halloween Monster Cookies are festive, sweet oatmeal chocolate chip cookies that are ghoulishly delicious and so simple to make with plenty of chocolate, peanut butter, Halloween M&M's, and fun, goofy candy eyes.
Maple Apple Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread — It’s one of the easiest fall desserts ever using ready-made refrigerated cinnamon rolls and a fresh apple baked in a Bundt pan. They are cinnamon-roll sweet and mixed with autumnal flavors of maple, cinnamon, and toasty nuts. Easy, simple, and delicious!
These Chocolate Baked Donuts are soft and light, filled with a double dose of chocolate. Triple chocolate, if you count the glaze. And I do… count the glaze! And easy? Oh my. There is no frying, the batter is a breeze to make with ingredients you likely have on hand.
Irresistibly delicious Apple Cider Donuts. While these doughnuts are baked using 6-cavity doughnut pans, they can easily be made into doughnut holes by using a mini muffin pan. Or even baked into standard size muffin tins by adding a few more minutes of baking.
For years, I've wandered around our neighborhood on October 31st with my dearest friends, most of us sipping hot mulled cider, a festive warm-your-fingers drink that's perfect on Halloween.
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