The fun, spooky spirit of Halloween trickles into everything at the end of October, so embrace the holiday by creating a spread of ghoulish nibbles. Halloween snack recipes let you have a ton of fun: Dip pretzels into white chocolate and apply two tiny chocolate "eyes" and presto-instant ghosts on a stick. Caramel apples are a classic, and you can make them even more decadent by rolling them in chopped nuts or colorful sprinkles. And what says Halloween better than toasted pumpkin seeds? If you're craving a sweet-salty combo, pop up some corn for old-fashioned popcorn balls. Throw in a DVD of Charlie Brown waiting for the Great Pumpkin, and you've got a perfect family movie night.See Popular Halloween Snacks Recipes
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Youngsters will go batty over these apple-and-peanut butter treats, perfect for Halloween parties.
The taco-flavored cheese spreads easily on crackers for a quick snack or Halloween party appetizer.
Trick or treat? Surprise little witches and goblins with this fruit, candy and cereal mix. They'll be "goblin" it up!
Need a party activity? Let the kids decorate cereal pumpkins, using their imaginations and a few extras.
There's nothing spooky about the cooling taste of the blueberry and blackberry drink. They're all dressed up with meringue cookie eyeballs for a Halloween party.
Guests at your Halloween party won't have to think twice whether they'd like a serving of this molded shrimp cocktail.
Pepperoni and poppy seeds give these serpentine snacks a spooky look. Bonus: They taste great so kids will eat them up!
From Betty's Soul Food Collection...Pop some style by mixing popcorn into peanuts, raisins, healthy Cheerios® and just enough sweetness to make everyone smile.
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.
Delight kids by telling them that tiger teeth, lizard gizzards, and bat wings are the crunchy bits in this mischievous mix.
Wrap breadstick dough around cooked sausage links to make these finger appetizers. Add an almond at the end for the nails, and serve with red sauce for dipping.