When is Halloween 2016?

Make sure you know when Halloween is so you can mark your calendars

Don’t ever be scared by a quickly approaching holiday again!

There are so many terrifying things about Halloween; from the eerie Halloween decorations that cover the neighborhood, to the frightening tricks pranksters play on trick-or-treaters, a little fear is all part of the fun. What quickly becomes un-fun is when a holiday sneaks up on you and you find yourself unprepared for the celebrations ahead. Especially when it comes to Halloween.

We know what you’re thinking, but don’t worry; unlike some of its holiday relatives like Thanksgiving and Memorial Day, Halloween does occur on the same date, October 31, every year. The origins of Halloween are rooted in the Celtic festival of the dead, called Samhain. They celebrated their new year on November 1, which marked the end of the summer and the harvest season. The evening before, it was believed that spirits returned to earth to cause trouble and damage crops. Celtics would don costumes to scare the creatures of the night away and carve jack-o’-lanterns for lining a lighted path to guide spirits home. When Halloween came to America, thanks in part to Irish immigrants, it evolved into costume play and trick-or-treating fun.

If you already know the date, knowing which day of the week Halloween ends up falling on can help you plan out your trick-or-treat route or your annual Halloween party more effectively. This year, Halloween falls on:

Monday, October 31, 2016

Find out which day Halloween falls on in years to come to ensure you can maximize your fall fun!

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Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


Spooky Halloween Recipes for Kids

Looking for some frightfully delicious bites to serve your little ones on Halloween? This spooky selection of snacks and treats and is sure to keep the fun going all day long.

Related To:

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Jessica Brooks ©2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Matt Armendariz ©2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Crispy Phyllo Wrapped Hot Dog Mummies

Pull Apart Graveyard Cupcakes

Halloween Blueberry Mummy Muffins

The Halloween fun starts early when you serve your kiddo these cute, mummy muffins for breakfast!

Ghostinis with Bloody Murder Sundried Tomato Tapenade

The ghost-shaped crostini &mdash ghostinis &mdash make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade. But even without its ghostly companions, it's still a hit.

Halloween Crispy Rice Treats

These colorful treats will be a hit at your Halloween party and they're so easy to put together. The spooky spider web decoration is made with melted marshmallows. Using gloves and working on foil to stretch the web makes cleanup a easy.

Individual Spooky White Pizzas

Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat.

Mac-O-Lantern and Cheese Bowls

An orange bell pepper &mdash carved and ready for Halloween &mdash becomes an edible bowl for creamy mac and cheese. These are sure to please kids and adults alike.

Chocolate-Cinnamon Skeleton Cookies

Break out your gingerbread man cookie cutter early this year it's just the tool you need to make these easy cookies. With a little icing, you can pipe your way to spooky Halloween treats.

Spider Web Deviled Eggs

A little food coloring can transform regular deviled eggs into a spooky treat! Best of all, you can make these ahead and leave them in the refigerator until you're ready to serve them. One less thing to do on trick-or-treat day!

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

Skeleton Hand Pudding

Chocolate pudding cups are a kid-favorite. Turn the scare factor up a notch by adding skeleton hands made with sweet icing. And don't worry if you break a (skeleton) bone while pressing the hands into the pudding leftover icing makes repairing broken bones easier than ever.

Monster Smoothie Bowls

These fruit-and-veggie-filled smoothie bowls are a great way to get kids to eat their greens. How can they resist when they can use fruit, nuts and seeds to create their own monster face?

Candy-Coated Pear Skulls

Flip pear halves upside down and you've got yourself skulls! A resealable plastic bag makes it easy to pipe the candy faces.

Candy Corn Waffles

Candy corn for breakfast? It's cool! Everyone will approve when you're talking Candy Corn Waffles. Tint the batter with orange and yellow food coloring, then dip the end of each waffle triangle in white chocolate for tricolored breakfast treats that look just like the beloved candy.

Stuffed Crispy Rice Cereal Brain

This giant crispy rice cereal treat holds a delicious secret underneath all its pink frosting brain folds &mdash a center filled with silky chocolate mousse.

Kids Can Make: Halloween Cocoa Ghost Pancakes

These ghost pancakes are perfect for a weekend Halloween breakfast! An assortment of ghost cookie cutters and sprinkles lets kids get creative with their spooky designs. Little kids can keep it simple with mini chocolate chips and blueberries, while big kids can experiment with piping tasty fudge sauce.

Meringue Bones

Only you're only five kitchen staples away from having a dozen bones to pick. Use your favorite strawberry or raspberry jam to hold these creepy treats together.

Sausage Mummies

These sausage patties are all wrapped up with one important place to go: your breakfast table.

Rotten Deviled Eggs

All eyes will be on these avocado deviled egg hors d'oeuvres &mdash that double as ghoulish Halloween decorations for your party.

Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses

Cut the crusts off kid-friendly grilled cheeses and decorate them with condiments to make spooky-delicious tombstones and coffins.

Halloween Party Pizzas

The perfect pre-trick-or-treat bite? These fun and festive mini pizzas!

Caramel Apple Monster Munch

Tempura Octopus Hot Dog Bites

Pumpkin Cheese Ball

This adorable cheese ball gets its pumpkin-orange coloring from ground-up cheese puffs and the stem is cleverly stolen from a bell pepper.

Crispy Treat Witch's Hat

Get crafty with this edible witch's hat: chocolate-flavored rice cereal, green food coloring and edible gold dust transform ordinary crispy rice treats into a sweet Halloween centerpiece.

Eyeball Lava Cake

This showstopping eyeball cake is the stuff of Halloween nightmares. When you slice into it, a gush of raspberry jam bleeds out!

Halloween Cheesecake

Add some extra Halloween flair to pumpkin cheesecake with a jack-o'-lantern brownie grin.

Cookies and Scream Graveyard Crunch

This sweet and spine-tingling cereal snack is gauranteed to be a hit at any kids party this Halloween.

Spider Web Guacamole

Take just 10 minutes to turn guacamole into an perfectly themed appetizer for your next Halloween party. Mexican crema (or sour cream) is used for the web while black olives make an edible spider. Carve the avocado shell into a skull for bonus points!

Pizza Tentacles

These creepy, crawly pizza rolls have a fun Halloween surprise. When you bite into them you&rsquoll find melty, green cheese inside!

Compost Crudites with Ranch Dirt Dip

Little ghouls and goblins will love eating healthy on Halloween with this dreadful spread of colorful veggies and ranch dip.


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