Halloween is one of those time of the year that we have parties. After all, it’s one of those fun holidays in which you can dress in a costume as well as attend events that may feature games and food or perhaps drinking and dancing for the adults. And while you may seem obligated to spend Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving with your family, this isn’t so much the case on Halloween. Still, Halloween parties also provide a wide array of party treats that range from the creatively adorable to those that make you gag. And since it’s a scary holiday, creepiness and grossness are mostly encouraged. So in this post, I’ll show all the diverse dishes you’d find at Halloween parties that you’d probably not see in a Martha Stewart magazine or any cookbook as far as I know. Some of these may be for kids while others are certainly more adult oriented. So for your viewing pleasure and dismay, here are some Halloween party treats.
1. For those who got a cut, here are some band-aids and Q-tips.
As disgusting as they may appear, a cuisine meant to resemble a Civil War surgeon’s kit would be more vomit inducing.
2. For your veggie platter, here is a skeleton.
You’ll see a few of these. Yet, help yourself to the pepper ribs, the mushroom pelvis, the cucumber spine, and the celery and carrot limbs and shoulders.
3. Now take a bite out of cupcakes like Mrs. Lovett would make.
Don’t worry, these are just cupcakes, not bits of human flesh. If so, that would be cannibalism. Still, enough to make you puke, eh?
4. Now feast your eyes on these peepers.
These are probably kind of the cupcakes I’d expect Count Olaf to make. Of course, I’m not sure how many of you have read A Series of Unfortunate Events to get this. Nevertheless, they seem to be terrifyingly watching you.
5. Now you might want to feast your guts on this, literally.
Of course, this intestinal delectable may cause you to puke your guts out instead. I’m sure this sends a lot of Instagram foodie viewers to the toilet during this time of year.
6. Now you might want to have some fingers for dessert.
Now these are most likely breaded fingers with nut nails on them. Still, it’s a great way to trick vegetarians into thinking they’ve committed cannibalism.
7. Behold, spinach and artichoke dip straight from the mummy’s tomb.
Now this isn’t really scary but there’s a curse for those who partake of this creamy spinach and artichoke dip from Pharaoh Askenaten’s tomb.
8. Now for an appetizer, here’s some brain on a platter.
Let’s hope this brain isn’t from somebody named Abby Normal. Now that would be very, very bad. Of course, it’s probably just watermelon.
9. Oh, no, why did you have to serve Lego Frankenstein heads on sticks?
Actually they’re just marshmallows covered in chocolate. Still, they do tend to resemble disembodied Lego Frankenstein heads though.
10. Put a little “axe” on that cupcake, please.
Now that’s what I call a bloody cupcake. Very gory to say the least. Still, were those blood spattering axes homemade or bought from some party store?
11. Now for our party veggie platter, a cat skeleton.
Now I didn’t know that cats had skeletons made fro veggies and crackers. This is a very interesting specimen indeed.
12. Behold, the cheese dip mummy.
Now I could see the next Wallace and Gromit feature a cheese dip mummy. Would be very terrified if it’s made out of Wensleydale or cheddar.
13. Be fruity with these strawberry white chocolate covered ghosts.
Now if you put them in the fondue, they will haunt your dreams. Take it from someone who knows.
14. For those who want to eat healthy, here are some carrot fingers.
What? You didn’t know that carrots had fingers? Well, neither did I. But apparently Google Images says so.
15. For those who want their mummy, here are some mummy cookies.
Now these are just cute, but very creepy as well. Still, I don’t want to know what’s in them if they’re wrapped like that.
16. Since there may not be many pumpkins in Italy, it’s fair to say that they make a jack-o-pizza for Halloween.
Actually, I might only be joking here. Yet, still, Italians in Italy really do make pizza without the cheese and tomato sauce. Whether they make jack-o-pizzas, I may never know.
17. For an appetizer, here’s a bowl of deviled eyeballs.
Actually, they’re deviled eggs made to resemble eyeballs. Still, they’re enough to make you gag or lose your appetite.
18. Blood soup with eyeballs and bugs, anyone?
Okay, it’s not really as sick as it’s made out to be. I mean it’s only tomato soup with eyeball crackers and the bug is a prop. Still, I just love to say that.
19. Now for the kids, candy corn on the cob.
Very clever, but I wonder if the disgusting part is that those kernels are made out of wax and sugar. Also, there are kids who don’t want them.
20. Now here’s a couple hotdogs under some crispy mummy wraps.
Of course, what’s scarier than having hot dog mummies, is having to use them as subjects in a college lab experiment at Saint Vincent.
21. Now let me introduce you to the “Pilsbury Dead Boys.”
Nice that this person used gummy worms, oreo, and a gingerbread cookie cutter for these. Still, I’m not sure kids would take the reference of dead cookie bodies rising out from the dirt. Disgusting.
22. Thanks a lot, waiter, the pepperoni I ordered is infested with spiders and ghosts.
Waiter: “Well, that’s our ghost spider pizza deluxe, ordered straight from the haunted house.”
Me: “Oh, sorry. I didn’t think the spiders were part of the entree.”
23. And for dessert, here’s some kitty litter cake.
Ugh, no thanks, please. The sight of that just made me lose my appetite.
24. For all you meat lovers out there, how about some barbecue ribs?
Of course, this delectable is said to be based on an old family recipe. Well, an old family recipe for those who have ancestors in the Donner Party.
25. Now for the piece de resistance, brains.
Please don’t tell me you got this from a dead body somewhere, or I will puke my guts out. I’m sure it’s gelatin. Oh, please be gelatin.
26. Now for the entree, a rat.
Hey, at least it’s not the one Blanche Hudson got in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? Still, a rat cake, disgusting.
27. I call this dish child’s soup.
Now I guess child’s soup contains parts from a dead child. Okay, that’s just plain sick and demented. Seriously, that’s something you’d serve to Hannibal Lecter.
28. Okay, folks, now eat my shit.
Now these may just be pastries that taste like chocolate. However, it doesn’t make me more likely to eat them.
29. So how would you like your finger dog?
Now this is very disgusting if you know what I mean. Doesn’t help that it’s made from meat.
30. Now for the main course, here are some freshly dug up bones from the garden.
Of course, those bones may not be real but I’m sure Scruffy may think them tasty. Of course, make sure the dog is nowhere near these if you want to eat them.
31. Now have a piece of this bloodied up brain, will you?
Now this the goriest and most disgusting brain I’ve ever seen. Yet, if you want to trap zombies, this is perhaps the best bait you can do.
32. Just a cheese pizza with pepperoni and spiders.
Now you have admire how this person used veggies and pepperoni to create a spider infestation here.
33. Hey, who left the glass hand in the punch bowl?
Now I see that the marshmallows tend to resemble bones which is pretty sick if you know what I mean. Still, wouldn’t want to drink anything that had a bloody hand rising from it.
34. A spider just made a web in my pizza.
No, the spiderweb is actually made from cheese and the spider is made from olives. Still, very much in the Halloween spirit though.
35. For dessert, we’re having a mutilated corpse.
Makes a lot of the cakes in my baby shower cake post seem less gruesome in comparison. And if it weren’t for the cartoonish face, I would’ve thought it came from the morgue.
36. I want my mummy toast!
Of course, these are more adorable than scary if I pray tell. Then again, this is supposed to be a kiddie treat.
37. For those who don’t like mummy toast, here’s mummy pizza.
Looks very similar to mummy toast except circular. Probably is if this person made a pizza via an English muffin.
38. Ah, green fingers, excellent!
I almost thought they were asparagus shoots made to resemble green fingers. That is, until I saw the bottom pretzel ends.
39. In Candyland, you might want to stay away from the black licorice with the ground covered in candy corn.
Understanding that black licorice and candy corn aren’t high on people’s favorite Halloween candy lists, I wonder if these were just made for decoration. Then again, they’re mounted on chocolate and graham crackers.
40. Now for dessert, I bring you skull cake.
So I guess having a bloody skull cake covered in white icing would’ve made it seem too realistic and graphic for some people. Still, quite disgusting.
41. Behold, the haunted cemetery of health food.
I’m not sure if I would call pretzels or crackers health food. Still, more of a clever platter creation than scary.
42. To go with your dinner, here is some bony bread sticks.
Of course, the person who took this picture called these, “salty bones.” Still, I hope they aren’t mistaken for real bones though.
43. For Mexican flair, perhaps have a jack-o-lantern quesadilla.
The scariest part of this dish is that it’s actually better for you than anything you’d get at Taco Bell. Of course, that place doesn’t carry real Mexican food anyway.
44. For the kids we have these cute little pretzel brooms.
They may not be the kind of treats you’d serve at a Halloween party for adults, but they don’t seem too bad. Still, you have to admire using the cheese as a broom fringe.
45. Didn’t know that witches’ hats came in such varieties.
Of course, these are cookies with Hershey’s kisses on top. Still, I’d eat em. Then again, I’d eat almost any sugary treat with chocolate.
46. Aha, so I see a bunch of severed heads impaled on toothpicks. How interesting.
Now I know these aren’t real severed heads. Yet, who’s sick and twisted idea was it to make treats with impaled heads?
47. Ladies and gentlemen, may I present a heart on a platter.
Hey, it’s Halloween what do you expect a heart cake to look like this time of year! This isn’t Valentine’s Day, people!
48. For the main course, I thought we could serve some broiled hand.
Of course, if it didn’t have a vegetable stuffed in it, you probably would’ve thought it was somebody’s severed hand burned to a crisp.
49. I bring you the $5 dollar foot meatloaf.
Still, compared to Subway’s $5 foot long, this is actually a foot. Also, you can eat it with family. Sounds pretty gross does it?
50. Hope that doughnut doesn’t eat me for breakfast.
Now this is a pretty ghoulish doughnut. Yet, what’s scarier about this ferocious fritter is the damage it can do to your arteries.
51. For the appetizer we have some minidog finger wraps.
They are called finger wraps because they’re made to look like actual fingers. You know, finger food.
52. For the entree, I give you all worms.
These worms look so real that I lose my appetite just looking at them. Yet, I’m sure this is a robin’s version of Thanksgiving dinner.
53. For a nice little snack, here are some spooky candy pretzels.
May not be scary but I’ll eat them. Also, they’re pretty cute though they don’t resemble ghosts to me in any way.
54. Here’s some stuffed jack-o-peppers with spaghetti in them.
Of course, these seem pretty sick but fairly clever. Yet, I’m not sure if the pasta is supposed to represent the pumpkin contents or worms.
55. Feast your eyes on these spider web treats.
Amazing all the things you can make with chocolate and pretzels. And there’s a chocolate spider in the center.
56. Oh, look, a spider cheese ball.
Now I don’t know about you but large spiders are certainly scary. This is especially true if they’re covered in olives to look realistic.
57. For your dessert, I bring you these spider cupcakes.
These must be the scariest cupcakes I’ve ever seen. Also, these spiders look as if they’re out for blood and aren’t very happy.
58. Behold, the jack-o-lantern vegetable platter.
Not scary but mostly made out of baby carrots and olives. Will give you a rather healthy but appetizing snack.
59. Oh, shit, there’s a roach infestation in my popcorn.
Sorry, my mistake. This is a Halloween snack and the roaches are made from chocolate. Then again a chocolate roach seems pretty disgusting.
60. Of course, could you give me a hand with the dessert?
If that means cutting my hand off for that, then no way in hell. Please, this severed hand cake almost makes me puke.
61. Nothing says Halloween like a pizza pie eye.
Now this pizza pie kin of makes me sick to my stomach. Lucky it’s bigger than most eyeballs would be, save perhaps a giant squid.
62. For those on the go, here is a piece of a lung calzone.
I hope these golden brown lungs taste better than they look. I mean seriously, a lung calzone?
63. Feast your eyes on this evil clown cake.
Whoever made this cake is perhaps one of the best pastry artists who ever lived. Also, perhaps Halloween is one of the few holidays when this clown cake is appropriate.
64. For lunch munch on a snake hoagie.
One of these days, perhaps this slithering $5 foot long would be at a Subway near you, but I highly doubt it.
65. Man, these skeletons seem to have serious problems.
Now these are clever cookies with each having a different personality. Too bad you can’t do the same for Christmas.
66. For appetizers, here’s a skull on the cracker platter.
Now that skull seems out of its mind as the dip. Still, pretty creepy to say the least.
67. And now I give you some Mexican graveyard dip on a plate.
Now I guess that seems like quite the party platter there. Still, I hope the green ooze is just guacamole.
68. For appetizers, feel free to dip into the spider web.
Now I’m sure this would be a nightmare to an arachnophobic who loves guacamole. I wonder if that person would dip his or nacho in it.
68. For those who like to grill, here are some jack-o-burgers.
Of course, you have to carve jack-o-lantern faces on the cheese before you attach them to the burgers. Then again, my dad likes to toast the cheese to the bun anyway.
70. Eeek! There’s a large spider in the salsa dip.
Actually the giant spider is the salsa bowl. Still, pretty scary despite being made of delicious bread.
71. How about some eyeballs and ham head.
Now this seems like a an appetizer platter for headhunters. Almost makes me want to throw up dinner just looking at it.
72. And now for dessert, why are there giant spiders on the cakes?
Now that’s a frightening display of cakes that would make Ron Weasley shiver in fear. Still, for some it’s very unappetizing.
73. For those who like cheese and pumpkins, here’s a jack-o-cheese ball.
Now this may not be scary or gross, but it’s certainly kid friendly. Of course, this may not be the case after a bunch of crackers have been in it.
74. Now here are some witchy cupcakes for the kids.
Of course, they remind me of blue witches’ cats in cone hats and covered in blue icing. Yet, what do I know about what witches look like?
75. I’m afraid I’ll have to go on the graveyard cake shift again.
Now this is one cool cemetery cake I’d like to see at any Halloween party. I mean it’s pretty amazing.
76. I don’t think this is ants on a log or must I be mistaken?
Wait, those must be spiders on a log. As if ants on a log isn’t creepy enough. Well, at least it doesn’t have raisins.
77. For your Halloween party, have your guests dip their pretzel sticks in boogers.
Actually I think that’s dyed chocolate. But still, looks quite disgusting and unappetizing.
78. Hope the party doesn’t get too scary with these witch cone treats.
Love the green heads on these. Of course, these treats are more or less adorable than scary. Still appropriate though.
79. Of course, your kids are sure to enjoy these scary mummy Oreo pops.
Yes, these are sure to cause your children nightmares. Actually no, but still quite ingenious if you ask me.
80. Guess you have to let these brownies rest in peace.
Guess Halloween is the time of year where you can make any plot of brownie treats into a grave yard. Doesn’t scare me enough to eat them.