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.
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.
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.
These adorable Halloween bento box snacks are perfect after a long night of trick-or-treating with your little goblins.
Delight kids by telling them that tiger teeth, lizard gizzards, and bat wings are the crunchy bits in this mischievous mix.