Quick & Easy Halloween Recipes
Whether you are looking for Halloween snacks, appetizers, or cookies, we have the most devilishly delicious treats around. Also, check out our fun Halloween-themed finger foods, sinister cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and our easy Halloween punch recipes and cocktail ideas!
Crisp-Rice Candy Corn TreatsNeed a new trick for your treats? Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey shows you how to turn ordinary crisp-rice treats into a Halloween sweet every boy and ghoul will love.AdvertisementAdvertisementRecipe
Blood-Moon PunchSpike grown-up ghouls' glasses with an ounce (or two) of vodka. You can order candy bats at candywarehouse.com.
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Halloween Cupcake Recipes
Add some fright to your bite with these deliciously scary Halloween cupcake recipes.
Scaredy-Cat BrowniesWho doesn't buy extra Halloween candy? This year, use some in these festive brownies and throw a party.
Creepy PeanutsPeanuts take a sinister turn when sprayed with diluted black food coloring and toasted in the oven.
Bloody Black Currant PunchRecipe
Halloween SaladServe this colorful salad with our Muenster, Turkey, and Apple Quesadillas -- There's no trick to this speedy, kid-pleasing meal that plays well on the busiest fall nights.Recipe
Rest in PeasThis creamy dish with tombstone croutons will rouse the appetites of even vegetable-averse children.Recipe
Decomposed SaladPut a ghoulish spin on this Halloween party-ready salad that is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.Recipe
Lollipop CookiesBring out the sweet side of Halloween with these colorful sugar cookies, a real treat for your favorite little tricksters. Kids will be happy to help out with this playful recipe -- invite them to roll the balls of dough in colorful sugar.Recipe
Halloween Brownies with Powdered Sugar SilhouettesUse stencils to decorate these brownies with powdered-sugar silhouettes of witches, pumpkins, black cats, and spiders.Recipe
Screwed-Up ScrewdriverServe up a little black magic -- in the form of a cocktail made with vodka that's as dark as night. This spooky screwdriver can be sipped through a licorice straw.Recipe
Ghost in the Graveyard CocktailServe up a little black magic in the form of a cocktail made with vodka that's as dark as night -- with a scoop of ghostly-white vanilla ice cream floating on top.Recipe
Berry Scary MartiniCherry juice makes this deadly looking cocktail taste sweeter than it appears.Recipe
Cake PopsLollipop sticks may be the best thing to happen to cake since frosting. Ride the cake pop-ularity wave with our easy, no-bake version, which relies on store-bought pound cake and melted chocolate.Recipe
Angie's Stovetop Kettle CornWhen you're in the mood for a salty snack, don't let dietary restrictions get in the way: This tasty treat from Angie and Dan Bastian of Angie's Kettle Corn is an easy-to-make allergen-friendly and gluten-free option.Video
Devil's Salsa from Martha's Halloween BookMartha Stewart talks about their Halloween book and demonstrates the Devil's Salsa recipe.Video
Cassis and Currant Cocktail RecipeMartha Stewart concocts a cassis and black currant punch for a Halloween party.Video
Halloween Cake Stencils And Powdered SugarMartha Stewart shares a Good Thing tip - using a decorative stencil and powdered sugar to create Halloween inspired cakes.Recipe
Scaredy CrackersLet these spooky bat- and cat-shaped crackers haunt your Halloween party.AdvertisementAdvertisementRecipe
Crisp Candy-Corn TreatsTwo Halloween must-haves -- candy corn and cereal treats -- make one festive sweet. The trick? Spike the orange and yellow layers with citrus zest to add bright, unexpected flavor.Recipe
Bloody FloatsThis spooky Halloween cocktail can be virgin, or made with sparkling wine.Recipe
Slimy Bog BallsWe may call them slimy, but it's hard to beat the combo of fresh herbs, pesto sauce, and goat cheese.