For a spirited Halloween party, focus on ghoulish appetizers. From barbecued bat wings to witch's fingers, these Halloween appetizers are freakishly fun and tasty.See Popular Halloween Appetizers Recipes
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Halloween snacks for the kids? Easy-peasy. You've got your severed fingers, your candy-corn-dotted rice-cereal treats -- Halloween was made for kids.
For a ghoulish treat, these small sandwiches stand upright on a bed of cream cheese. The chicken salad snacks are hauntingly delicious.
Halloween party fun begins with these edible pretzel snacks that kids can easily make. A little bit of American cheese spread acts as "glue" on the graham cracker treats.
Tasty sausage adds plenty of flavor to this five ingredient dip recipe. Serve it with chips for an easy Halloween appetizer.
Cut refrigerated breadstick dough into finger shapes, add a sweet coating, then bake over a foil log for crooked finger snacks that are perfect for Halloween parties.
Serve this easy cheese spread with fruit or crackers at your next party. Shape it like an owl for extra fun.
Simply shape bread dough into a curvy snake shape. Fill it with pepperoni and other pizza ingredients for a super Halloween sandwich.
You'll want many small hands helping you with these Halloween treats--kids think these chocolate cookies are as fun to make as they are to eat.
Beef meatballs are the "eyeballs" for these Halloween appetizers.
Whip up this savory and sweet snack mix in minutes for a party appetizer or a quick snack for kids.
Invite your Halloween goblins in for an especially ghoulish treat before they head out to trick-or-treat.
Two ingredients, plus ketchup and mustard, make this 30-minute Halloween snack a simple and fun treat.
Apple juice and seltzer are poured over green gelatin to make this cool and spooky drink.
Homemade chicken strips become "fingers" to dip in a tasty sauce for a memorable Halloween appetizer.
Kids love helping decorate for holidays. These marshmallow ghosts make a fun snack at a Halloween party.