Halloween Recipes for Ghouls, Ghosts and Goblins

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Spooky cookies

Spooky cookies

With Halloween just around the corner, there’s still time to make plans for a costume party for your adult friends or for the little ones.  This holiday is enjoyed equally by ghouls, ghosts and goblins of all ages.  There’s nothing more fun than dressing up and hiding behind a scary mask to fool your friends.

But what about the menu?  Halloween is all about treats, with maybe a few tricks thrown in for good measure, so we’ve scoured the dark places of FriendsEat.com to discover some tantalizing treats that are sure to be the hit of any party.   Here are some ideas to get you started for this year’s masked blast.

Liquid Libations

First and foremost, any good host has an obligation to provide his or her guests with ample liquid libations to keep them hydrated and happy.  Here are some ideas to set the tone for your party.  All brews are family-friendly, but you can add your own alcoholic touch to provide more of a kick for the adults!

“Witches Brew” – This frighteningly tasty punch will have your guests going back for seconds and thirds.  Add some of your favorite alcoholic brew to give it an adult flair … if you dare!

“Bloody Punch” -  This is another Halloween favorite that is “G” rated as written, but which could be made a bit more potent for an adult party.  Attractive and delicious, a bowl of “Bloody Punch” could have a place of honor on the entryway buffet, setting the stage for the rest of the night.

“Pumpkin Punch” -  This is an innovative way to use a pumpkin … just make sure you don’t select one that has already been carved into a jack-o-lantern!

Savory Sticks for Dipping

“Witches Broomsticks” -  This is a savory Halloween treat that is more of a biscuit than a cookie, but these broomsticks work well with ghoulish dips and ghostly spreads.

Tasty and Chewy Treats

“Caramel Apples” -   Caramel apples are a traditional fall treat, and this easy-to-make recipe won’t disappoint those who remember how good and gooey they are to eat.

“Halloween Sugar Cookies” -   These delicious cookies, made with pure butter, whip up quickly and are perfect for decorating for your party or other Halloween event.  (If they last that long!)

Spooky Simple

Spooky Simple

“Tombstone Brownies” -  – These chocolaty treats are as much fun to make as they are to eat.  They are guaranteed to disappear quickly once you set them out, so be sure to make lots extra.

“Witches Fingers” – These are as delicious as they are ghoulish. These gnarled finger cookies are a snap to make and lend themselves to all sorts of foodie mischief.

“Pumpkin Cookies” -   Here’s a tasty and nutritious seasonal recipe that uses pumpkin, rolled oats and warm spices to make healthy and delicious cookies.  Great for after school snacks!

“Worm Pudding” -  This is a ten-minute recipe that makes an eerily delicious dessert that little ones will love to make and eat.  It’s a great last-minute after-dinner sweet with a scary twist.

All of these recipes are quick, delicious and will work well for any Halloween event and don’t forget to get some coupons for Halloween freebies.  If you have a special treat you’d like to share with our readers, sign up for a free membership in FriendsEat.com and add your recipe to our growing collection!

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