When I have a Halloween party, I like to serve the things I enjoy for party food. They include salmon, skewers, deviled eggs, vegetables and dip, cheese platter, fancy nuts, olives, and wine.
For a Halloween party, I’d add pumpkin pie with whip cream and chocolate candy.
The Halloween “flavor” is created with decorations.
What about you? When you invite guests for a Halloween bash, do you like to serve your favorite party food or zany Halloween concoctions?
When researching what to serve for a Halloween party, I found lots of gory and ghoulish “treats.” For example:
- Gummy worms in pudding dirt
- Witch finger cookies
- Meringue cookie bones
- Hard-boiled egg eyeballs
- Bloody Mary cocktails
- Fresh graves
- Vampire’s blood with bugs
- Witch’s brew
- Bloody brains
- Chocolate spiders
Gosh. Not my cup of tea.
Here are references to help you plan your Halloween party, with spooky and not so spooky eating delights:
“Halloween Parties” – FamilyFun
“Halloween Party Recipes: What to Serve at a Trick-or-Treat Get-Together” – Suite101.com
“Top 10 Favorite Party Foods” – Crunkish
“Low-Carb Party Foods” – About.com