Last year, I compiled my post for Halloween treats on my mother’s recommendation that I do a post on disgusting Halloween food. It was supposed to be a one time thing but it got a lot of views. However, I was soon bored out of my mind in mid-November that I decided to do a treat post on Thanksgiving as well. And it sort of became a thing for the major holidays plus the Super Bowl. Now since Halloween is coming once more,I was sort of on the fence this year on doing another one since I’ve already done a treat post before. However, since I find that people still enjoy last year’s post on Halloween treats, I decided to do another due to popular demand. Besides, I’ve done second edition posts for vintage Valentines for Valentines Day and peep dioramas for Easter. And I know my readers like that. Not to mention, Halloween is one of my Big Four holidays along with Christmas, Valentines Day, and Easter so the more Halloween blog posts the better. Also, I started selling ad space for sponsors since May and my recent Halloween posts haven’t done as well as I thought they would at this time. So for those who love Halloween, you might be happy to know that I’ve managed to find plenty of disgusting treats for your parties and platters. So without further adieu, help yourself to some more Halloween treats at your disposal.
- A spiderweb cake is guaranteed to make a devilish dessert.
Now this looks quite intricate for a pastry. I sure couldn’t draw a better spiderweb than that, especially in pastry form.
2. Treat yourself this Halloween to a chocolate cauldron pudding cup.
In this, the cauldron is made from chocolate. And the pudding is green with sprinkles on it. Still, I think this might be store bought from the looks of it.
3. Of course, there are no monsters like cheese monsters.
Now this is from a kind of cheese that comes from a red shell. Don’t really know the name of it. However, they are quite adorable and kid friendly.
4. Treat your guests at your Halloween party to some broken shard cupcakes.
Don’t worry the glass shards are sugar pieces. Trust me. Still, might be bad for diabetics and people who are squeamish around blood or open wounds.
5. Go batty this Halloween with these Itty-Bitty Bat cupcakes.
Now they might not be scary since they look like Sesame Street characters. But they’re sure cute and the kids will love them.
6. I’m sure Halloween guests will love these brownie bites.
And yes, they’re literally brownie bites. Just look at their monstrous jobs. Still, more adorable than scary.
7. Nothing makes a more fitting Halloween dish than long bread mummy pizza.
Now I did mummy pizza before in last year’s post. But they were more personal types. This one is for long loaves of bread.
8. Snake bread sticks make a great side dish for your Halloween meal.
Of course, they’re covered on skewers for form. But I’m sure they’re more tasty that you’d probably get at the Olive Garden.
9. Deviled spider eggs always make great Halloween appetizers.
Now these spiders are made of olives. But I’m sure they’re guaranteed to creep some of your guests out.
10. For your Halloween party guests, don’t forget to stock up on jello shots.
And on Halloween, you can expect your jello shots served in plastic toy hypodermic needles like these. Ask you host if they contain alcohol if you’re a parent, designated driver, pregnant, on the Twelve Step, or under 21.
11. Treat your Halloween party guests to these witch hat cupcakes.
The hats themselves are made from black ice cream cones. Still, they’re quite clever from my standpoint.
12. Nothing makes a great Halloween party appetizer than mummified peppers with cheese.
These might be jalapeno but I’m not sure. If they are, then these mummies would certainly be spicy indeed.
13. Freak out your Halloween party guests by serving these blood spattered sugar cookies.
Now these are really disgusting. But don’t worry, it’s just red icing. Still, at least these cookies would be very easy to decorate.
14. Grace your Halloween party dessert platter with this witch’s cauldron cake.
Sure it’s filled with eyeballs and bones galore. However, what’s deserving about this one is that the frog looks very much alive in there.
15. For a biohazardous dessert, you might want to go with urine sample jello cups.
Not sure if these are jello shots or not. If so, then they probably contain alcohol so aren’t suitable for minors. Still pretty disgusting and vomit inducing by sight. I mean that’s supposed to look like pee for God’s sake. Also, don’t use actual pee.
16. Nothing makes a great Halloween snack than Monster Eyeball pretzels.
Now these are quite disgusting and are sure to gross out some trick or treaters. But they seem quite easy to make compared to some of the others on here.
17. Make your Halloween party a graveyard smash with this bloody cleaver cake.
Yes, this is a bloody cleaver cake. Yes, it’s quite graphic. But still, you have to give the baker credit for this.
18. Serve dinner this Halloween with these bone buns.
Of course, they might look like dog bones. But you got to love these. You can even dip them in sauce if you want.
19. Start your Halloween right with these eyeball donuts.
Let’s hope they don’t freak out your boss if you bring these to work. Still, it’s a great way to use lifesavers and other gummy candies.
20. For your dessert platter, why not go with some voodoo doll sugar cookies?
Like gingerbread men Christmas cookies, you can customize them any way you want. And they can be quite amusing, too. Like the one under wraps.
21. For appetizers, you can’t do better than serving graveyard nachos and dip.
Now I’m sure the dip is under the olives and lettuce. Still, I have to admire how this person used the tortilla chips for the gravestones, tree, and cat. Not as messy as the one I showed in last year’s post since it’s in a pan.
22. Make your Halloween party spooky fun with this one-of-a-kind haunted house cake.
I don’t know about you, but this cake seems to have used a lot of brownies. Then again, it really works.
23. If you think a haunted house cake is too complicated, then by no means go with an x-ray cake.
Seems like this person’s heart is too small. By how many sizes, I’m not sure. But I really want to avoid referencing the Grinch at this point. I mean it’s way too early to think about Christmas right now.
24. Of course, you’ve seen me post pictures of mummy pizzas. But have you heard of Frankenpizza?
Now this is awesome. You have to admire how they made it green as well as used veggies and pepperoni for the facial attributes.
25. If you’re thinking about a spooky dessert, you can’t go wrong with zombie trifle.
Not sure if you can eat the body parts in this. But you have to admit, though disgusting, it’s very Halloween appropriate.
26. For those who prefer sophisticated Halloween parties, why not go with a shrimp cocktail brain?
Now that looks so disgusting that it’s bound to gross out some party guests. Still, shrimp seem to make rather convincing brain matter for some reason.
27. If you prefer healthy snacks, you might want to go with oranges and bananas.
And by that I mean banana ghosts and orange pumpkins. Or pumpkins made from oranges. Seems like the first healthy treat on this post.
28. Nothing makes a better Halloween party than a dish of spider infested tacos.
Don’t worry, the spiders are olives. Still, I recommend you serve one of these to the party guest dressed as Donald Trump. Or Donald Trump himself for that matter.
29. Nothing makes a Halloween party a graveyard smash than brain cake.
And look, you can even cut it with a knife. Still, I’m not sure if that’s an actual knife by the way. However, quite disgusting.
30. If you like jack o’lanterns and healthy appetizers, then these jack o’lantern rice balls are for you.
Now these might not be the scariest treats out there. But they’re simply adorable. And I’m sure your kids would love them.
31. It may be too early for Christmas. But that doesn’t mean it’s too early for gingerbread men if you put fangs on them.
Now I have to admit, vampire gingerbread men is a fantastic idea. Just love the fangs on these. Whoever came up with this idea is a genius.
32. If you don’t think blood spatter sugar cookies aren’t disgusting enough, may I suggest brain cookies?
You use nuts for the brains as you see here. But yes, they’re not for the faint hearted on a full stomach.
33. Seems like a vampire has bit into this bloody cupcake.
Now this looks quite doable. Just ice a cupcake, poke two holes, and add some red filling for blood.
34. Nothing makes a great Halloween party into a real monster mash than a Bride of Frankenstein chips and dip tray.
Now the dip is her face and consists of mostly guacamole. And her hair is mostly made from blue and regular tortilla chips. Still, very clever.
35. For Halloween hotdogs buns and wraps, you might want to consider the zombie option.
Well, they’re said to be zombies according to Pinterest. And they certainly have dead eyes. But I kind of liken them to undead mollusks myself.
36. You’ve heard of brownies. But have you ever heard of a Frankenbrownie?
Now this is pretty clever. Love how they used chocolate bits for the brow, mouth, and bolts.
37. Yes, it’s too early for Christmas. But I’m sure it’s not too early to build a gingerbread house as long as it’s haunted.
Now this is great but I’m not sure if anyone would want to eat it. Seriously, you wouldn’t want to eat anything with that much candy corn.
38. Nothing makes a scary Halloween party more worthwhile than these skeleton cupcakes.
The skeletons are mostly made from marshmallow and are only down to the waist. Nevertheless, they’re quite cute to say the least.
39. Ghostly pretzel sticks always make for a tasty treat.
Either these are covered in white icing or white chocolate. Still, they look quite easy to make and don’t frighten the kids.
40. For Halloween parties, you can’t go wrong with mini monster cheese balls.
Sure they may not be scary or disgusting. But they’re very adorable and kid friendly to say the least.
41. How about a ghostly marshmallow in your hot chocolate?
All you have to do is just put a face on the marshmallow. And you can put it in the fondue all you want.
42. For a healthy snack, why not go for an orange under wraps.
I’m sure the only edible part about this treat is the orange. The wraps look like they’re made from toilet paper or party streamers.
43. If you want to serve healthier sides, you might want to go jack o’lantern sweet potato fries.
Of course, since sweet potatoes are orange on the outside, you have to make jack o’lanterns out of the slices. Still, quite cute and clever.
44. Serve up your guests this Halloween with these pumpkin patch cupcakes.
As to how this person obtained bundt cupcake molds, I have no idea. Still, comes with some vine and color icing. But not too much.
45. Gross out your Halloween party guests with this zombie cookie dip.
Again, not sure if the body parts are edible in this. And yes, it looks quite disgusting. Not sure if I want to dip cookies in this, which will probably be bones.
46. I may be wrong but you can’t give no bones about cookie bones.
Yes, I had some cookie bones on last year’s post but they were covered in white icing. These are not. Then again, real bones aren’t really pure white are they?
47. If you want your dessert platter to be a success, you might want to make some mummy cookies.
Because we all know that everyone wants mummy cookies at their Halloween party. Not sure how to make these though.
48. May your Halloween pasta salad include jack o’lantern zucchini slices and purple noodles.
Of course, I’m not sure if most people can master the jack o’lantern zucchini slices. You might want to get something for that.
49. Halloween parties are always a graveyard smash with graveyard pudding.
Now this is just dead clever. Love the cookie graves. Not sure about the candy corn pumpkins though.
50. For a bewitching good time, cauldron cupcakes will certainly do.
Now that’s an ingenious use for a Rees’ peanut butter cup. Like the yellow icing flames, too.
51. You can make almost anything spooky with Oreos.
Now these consist of a bat, octopus, and spider. All of which are covered in chocolate. Still more adorable than scary.
52. Your guests might see these vampire cookies as real bloody good.
I think these might require those peanut cookies you might get at the grocery store. Wonder what they used for the red cape.
53. I’m certain kids will surely enjoy a ghostly peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
You can just use the eyes for raisins. But make sure to use white bread this time because you know, ghosts are typically seen as white.
54. A Ouijia board is bound to help you communicate with the dead.
Pinterest says it’s a cookie but I think it’s a cake. It’s just that it’s fairly detailed in the icing contents. But your dead ancestors are bound to love it.
55. Of course, you can’t start a Halloween party without a Frankenstein Monster cheese ball.
Well, at least that’s a more original choice than a skull or pumpkin one. Yes, the cheese is green. But still, I think it’s clever.
56. These witchy marshmallows will sure make a real trick or treat.
Amazing what you can do with marshmallows and candies. More adorable than scary. But then again, kids will love these.
57. Encourage scary health habits with these jack o’lantern salad cups.
Now I wonder how this person managed to get the orange out of the peels like that. I mean it must be a very difficult process.
58. Nothing makes Halloween parties a monster blast than jack o’lantern stuffed bell peppers.
If you want some added grossness, you might want to add pasta instead of ground beef and rice. Still, this is adorable.
59. You can never put too many eyes on a monster cookie.
And I guess someone must’ve used a lot of white M&Ms for this. Well, at least that’s my impression.
60. Make your Halloween party bewitching good fun with these cauldron cake pops.
Have to put in some Halloween cake pops sometime. Also, do candy bones really come in so many different colors. And so bright?
61. For your Halloween lunch, be sure to treat your kids to a jack o’lantern grilled cheese sandwich.
Seems like this grilled cheese sandwich isn’t too happy being on the skillet. Just wait when it goes on the plate.
62. Treat yourself this Halloween to some ghost and spider pizza.
Now the ghosts are made of cheese and the spiders are made of olives. Still, quite ingenious if I do say so myself.
63. These spider cookies will surely creep your arachnaphobic guests out.
For some reason, Halloween isn’t really a good time for people who are afraid of spiders. I wonder why.
64. For your ghoulish main course on Halloween dinner, why don’t you go with mummy meatloaf?
Now you don’t see the mummy here because it’s all under pasta wraps. Still, I have to admire the ingenuity in this culinary creation.
65. For your dessert, there’s always something brewing with this wtiches’ cauldron pudding.
And it seems like there are lots of sugary body parts in this, too. Wonder if the cauldrons themselves are edible. Probably not.
66. Usher in the spirit of Halloween with these candy corn Rice Krispie treats on a stick.
Let’s hope they taste like Rice Krispies, marshmallow, and icing they’re made from and not real candy corn. Honestly, candy corn is disgusting.
67. Of course, it’s said the pumpkin puke makes a fine salad.
Hey, I didn’t know that pumpkin vomit was green. Always thought it would be orange. I mean pumpkins are orange and have orange insides.
68. Of course, you can’t have a Halloween party without graveyard pudding cups.
The ghosts are of the sugary marshmallow stuff associated with peeps. The pumpkins are candy corn. But I’m sure the chocolate pudding is edible and tasty, too.
69. Meatball mummies go great with almost any dish beyond the grave.
Now this consists of ground beef covered in pasta. Cute and adorable but very clever.
70. Nothing makes a better trick or treat than a popcorn hand.
Now this is perhaps one the few Halloween treats on here that I’ve been familiar with as a kid. The candy corn are the nails while the popcorn is everything else. And it’s all held up in a plastic, disposable glove.
71. Nothing makes a better Halloween dessert than a worm infested jello brain.
Yes, it’s disgusting but at least you can add the gummy worms after making the jello brain. Now as how to get a jello brain mold, you might need to visit Amazon.
72. Dip some bread into some cheesy brains.
Yes, I do admit brains are gross. But Halloween decorations are meant to be this way. Still, love how they stuck a knife into it.
73. Jack o’ lantern taco hummus dip is sure to give some scary Halloween flavor.
This looks quite adorable if I do say so myself. Not sure about the layers. But the top consists of shredded cheddar, olives, and blue tortilla chips.
74. When it comes to bewitching fun on Halloween, you can’t go wrong with broom cookies.
Now these appear to have pretzels, chocolate icing, cookies, and not sure what the stringy part is there. Still, these are quite clever and cute.
75. Of course, it wouldn’t be Halloween without any bones and blood.
As to whether this is supposed to be an appetizer or dessert, you can’t easily tell by the picture. Nevertheless, it’s quite disturbing if you get my drift.
76. How about some eyeballs in your taco salad?
Hope two is enough for you? Still, it might look like your salad is staring at you for awhile. It might seem creepy to some.
77. Eeek! My taco is staring at me!
Of course, you might need to use meatballs for these tacos. Still, despite creepiness, this seems like an awesome idea.
78. As we all know, you can’t have Halloween without some jack o’lantern cake pops.
Of course, since jack o’lanterns are such iconic symbols of Halloween, I had to include cake pops of these. Nevertheless, so cute.
79. Of course, anybody’s jello can use a few eyeballs.
Not sure how the eyeballs are made here. However, it is fairly disgusting enough to be a hit at any Halloween party.
80. I can assure you that these Eye of Newt Preztels will be all the Halloween monster rage this year.
Now these are quite charming despite having all kinds of eyeballs. Still, you have to hand it to some people in terms of culinary creativity.