It’s that time of year again. Longtime readers may remember my Halloween treat posts from 2014 and 2015. New readers on my blog, allow me to explain it to you. In these treat posts, I usually put up pictures of some Halloween treats along with a snarky little caption. Unlike other holiday treat posts, a lot of these Halloween treats are rather disgusting and gross. In fact, a lot of times disgusting is the thing. I mean if you want a scary Halloween party, disgusting food is highly recommended. But let’s not go overboard. Because there are disgusting foodstuff that you don’t want like maggots, mold, worms, or anything the FDA warns against. Or whatever your equivalent to the FDA is in your country. I understand that a lot of people viewing this blog aren’t from the US. Now that’s fine. Yet, food in the form of skulls, worms, bones, guts, fingers, spiders, and all the creepy, crawly disgusting things is fair game. Anyway, here’s yet another treasure trove of the spooky and delightful Halloween treats for your party.
- A goblin cheese ball always makes a scary dip.
Even better how it’s made mostly with veggie features. Like the nacho goblin ears.
2. Chocolate mummy cupcakes are all wrapped up for dessert.
Don’t forget to add M&Ms as the eyes. That along with white drizzle on the chocolate cupcake.
3. These coffin sandwiches will make you roll in your grave.
But in a good way since we’re talking about Halloween food. Contains ham and cheese.
4. Take a bit out of these monster cookie sandwiches.
Didn’t know you can get as much cuteness from gobs, marshmallows, and M&Ms. Monstrously adorable.
5. These Oreo spider cookies are great for your spooky dessert platter.
Helps that they used Oreos with red filling. Also with the M&M eyes and twizzler legs.
6. Nothing makes a great centerpiece for your Halloween party like a bloody jello brain cake.
I’m sure zombies or Walking Dead fans will delight in this. And yes, they do have brain molds available this time of year.
7. How about some green fingers with tomato sauce?
Well, green finger bread sticks with almond nails. By the way, the sauce is supposed to be blood.
8. Take a bite out of these twinkie mummies.
Just put them in icing, add drizzle, and add eyes. And yes, you’ll want to eat these up.
9. Speaking of fingers, you might want to try these snickerdoodles.
The cinnamon gives a rather realistic touch. Kind of makes these look even creepier.
10. These appetizers are a real eye opener.
These consist of Ritz crackers, cheese, and olives. But you wouldn’t tell from the view.
11. This artichoke dip mummy is great for green veggies.
Yes, I know it’s another mummy dip since I have one in a post from 2 years. But this one has its legs close together.
12. This snake pizza sandwich will be a hit at your slithering Halloween party.
Helps that it has some sauce, peppers, and cheese on top. Got to appreciate the brilliance here.
13. These mummy Oreos come specially wrapped.
Yes, another Oreo treat. And these are on a stick. Still, they seem more cute than scary.
14. These Halloween pretzels are a ghoulish delight.
These consist of jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, and mummies. The last one is all in wraps with icing.
15. Top your Halloween party with this chocolate pumpkin cake.
Last year, I put up a picture of pumpkin cupcakes. Of course, you have to have orange icing on the top.
16. Any child will surely enjoy these haunted haystacks.
These would be great for trick or treaters. As far as eyes go, use 2 or 3.
17. A loaf of bread makes an ideal coffin and a great tray for dip.
Make sure it’s not sliced before you buy it, if you have to. The skeleton is just for decoration and seems like wading in it.
18. These spider brownies are black widow approved.
This one uses Twizzlers for legs. Of course, you might want to take out any attached candy corn.
19. Wake up on Halloween morning with these jack-o-lantern pancakes.
Each will bring a smile on your face. Because nobody’s really scared of jack-o-lanterns, anyway.
20. Grace your appetizer platter with this scarecrow tray.
Comes with Oreo crows for your autumn delight. Still, though they call it a dip tray, the scarecrow face is a tortilla.
21. This cake gives a whole new meaning to the word, “finger food.”
As you see, the fingers are around the cake with almond nails. Quite disgusting but rather stunning.
22. This haunted gingerbread house comes with its own pumpkin patch.
Sure most of it consists of inedible candy corn and waffle cookies. But it’s a haunted delight.
23. No Halloween lunch could be complete with candy corn pizza.
Mark my words, it’s probably more delicious and nutritious than actual candy corn. Because candy corn is unfit for human consumption.
24. These coffin cookies will surely wake the dead for dessert.
These are a more 3 dimensional dessert. Just use gingerbread and icing. That’s all you need.
25. These ghost pancakes will help you rise from your grave.
Just try not to eat the whole stack. But the ghost is topped with some ghoulish whipped cream.
26. Never thought you could eat a whole trick or treat bag. Did you?
Guess Twizzlers and gingerbread were involved. But at least it has a mix of gummy worms and popcorn.
27. Nobody could resist to bite into these monstrous brownies.
Love how they used M&Ms as spot. Also like the cute little eyes. So adorable.
28. Nothing makes a great dessert like melted witch cookies.
And no, you can’t just add water to them like in the Wizard of Oz. These are sugar cookies. They take time to decorate.
29. These black cat cookies are a lucky addition to a witchy dessert tray.
Not sure if I care for the jelly bean eyes. But these are the pussies worth grabbing for, contrary to what Donald Trump would say. Okay, that came out wrong.
30. Now this is a cheese ball worth seeing.
Yes, it’s a big eye ball you can dip crackers in. I know it’s disgusting. But on Halloween, disgusting is in fashion.
31. If you’re kooky on the go, try these mad scientist wraps.
Can be great standing up or lying down. But each has a rather interesting veggie face.
32. These spooky snacks are a must for any Halloween appetizer platter.
Each of these has a ghoulish Halloween surprise in cheese. And each has its own lunch meat backdrop.
33. Never thought a skull could be so cheesy.
Guess these skulls come breaded. At any length, at least there’s no blood or brains instead. Just cheese and broccoli.
34. If you have an eye for pies, look no further.
For some reason, I have a lot of eyeball treats on here. Guess tis the season, I suppose.
35. Beef stew and mashed potatoes make a great ghostly lunch.
Of course, you might find a ghost in your potatoes. But that’s okay, because it’s supposed to be there.
36. These mummy calzones come under wraps.
If they were pizzas, the bandages would be cheese. But you have to love the eyes.
37. This Halloween cake is a real eye opener.
Yes, it’s a cake full of eyeballs. I know it’s disgusting. But at least the eyeballs come in all different sizes and colors.
38. Now this is how you carve a jack-o-lantern in a pumpkin pie.
You just make a jack-o-lantern face in the crust. Simple as that. Clever.
39. This Halloween salsa dip will be a graveyard smash.
At least I think that’s salsa dip. The graves stones and tree are made from crackers. Anyway, it’ll be a hit.
40. These deviled eggs come especially bloodshot for your fancy.
Because on Halloween, deviled eggs should be bloodshot eyeballs. It’s only fitting.
41. These cauldron brownie bites will be a brewing sensation.
The brew in these bites are green chocolate chips. And I guess it uses a licorice handle.
42. Get your webby hands on these spider pizza bites.
Each one has a spider made from olives. Not for the faint hearted arachnaphobe.
43. Nobody could resist these jack-o-lantern sandwich cookie faces.
As far as eating goes, just remove the candy corn eyes and you’re good to go. Still, these are delightful.
44. Speaking of jack-o-lanterns, help yourself to this sandwich.
Notice how they used cheese and olives for the features. Will bring a smile on your face.
45. This witch hat cheese ball makes a bewitching addition to any appetizer platter.
This is decorated with black sprinkles and carrot slices. But it’s less disgusting than a skull or eyeball.
46. You never know what you’ll find in your bowl of chili.
Seems like you can go for a cheesy bat or spider. This could depend on the size.
47. This Halloween pasta will surely cause a great monster mash.
Helps the pasta is purple to resemble worms and it’s sprinkled with eyeballs. Makes you think you’re eating something disgusting.
48. Serve your meat entrees this Halloween in this zombie buffet.
Like how the zombie has tongs in both hands. By the way, ribs and sausage are in the torso. Chicken is in the legs.
49. Finger sandwiches, anyone?
Each one has a pepperoni nail. And you can dip each of one in tomato sauce if you like.
50. Anyone will go mad for these Frankenstein Monster cupcakes.
Each of these is served in a green ice cream cone for good measure. They even have icing stitches.
51. These webbed donuts are worth spinning for.
You can even use a donut hole to create a spider if you want. But you might want to be precise with the icing.
52. This black cat cake will put a smile on your face.
Or give you nightmares. Then again, it kind of depends on how superstitious you are.
53. You’ll find a lot of skeletons in these cupcakes.
You probably can’t eat them since they’re plastic decoration. But these are quite amusing.
54. Bloody cheesecake, anyone?
Each one has a cleaver so you could tell. Yes, it’s quite gut wrenching but these are great.
55. These monster cookies are a real eyeful.
Each one is black and covered with eyes. I know it’s weird, But for Halloween, it’s appropriate.
56. Even zombies would find these brainy cupcakes delicious.
Each one comes with a face container. In some ways, this is both sick and adorable at the same time.
57. These chocolate cockroaches will crawl into your mouth.
I bet they use candy bars and icing. Because using real ones would be rather gross. Still, much better than the candy corn.
58. Candy corn is excellent trim for a gingerbread haunted house.
Since it’s really not that great for anything else. After all, gingerbread houses are mostly for decoration.
59. These pasta mummies make great appetizers when wrapped tight.
Also comes with a cheesy center, as far as I know. Still, so cute and creative.
60. How about a jack-o-lantern on toast?
Each one has a pumpkin face from filling as well as a chocolate chip face. I’m sure kids will love these.
61. On Halloween, candy apples should be good and bloody.
And bloody these surely are. Don’t worry, it’s mostly cherry syrup. Nothing to be grossed out about.
62. There are no bones about these skull brownie bites.
They even have their own chocolate hats. Got to love these. So cute.
63. These worm cookies come infested to your hearts content.
Don’t worry, those are sprinkles and gummy worms. You’d have to be nuts to use real dirt and worms, which is very unappetizing.
64. No Halloween meal is complete without some jack-o-lantern bread.
Then again, they may be buns. But at least you have to like their golden brown faces.
65. These witch hats come covered in cobwebs.
I’ve shown witch hats before but not with cobwebs on them. Wonder if they’re candy, icing, chocolate, or inedible decoration.
66. These cauldron pudding cups come well stirred.
I showed cauldron cups before. But these have a chocolate chip min mix with a pretzel. Not as sick but just as clever.
67. If you like the Nightmare Before Christmas, this is the Halloween cake for you.
You can also use it for Christmas if you want to. But this is of Halloween Town so it goes on this post.
68. These monster Reese’s bites will make you howl with delight.
Each has its set of googly eyes and fuzzy coconut fur to melt your heart. But I’ll just take the Reese’s cup, thanks.
69. Grace your appetizer platter with this spider cheese ball.
It even has 8 pretzel legs and a smile on its face. May still freak people out though.
70. These coffin brownies are good for a Halloween party on the graveyard shift.
Each of these is wonderfully decorated, too. Morbid yes, but surely delicious.
71. This haunted house cake is a haven for spiders.
Not necessarily a cake for the arachnaphobic in the least. But I do like how it’s purple.
72. These hotdog mummies come intricately wrapped for your desires.
Each of these on a tray even has mustard eyes for character. Still, these are cute.
73. If you want a bloody brain at your dessert platter, look no further.
I think this is another brain cake and a very gory one at that. Not sure if I’d want to try that for size.
74. Perhaps you might want to try some finger fries.
They’re probably what the Addams family eats with their burgers or hotdogs. But you have to admire this for sheer creativity.
75. These peanut butter witch brooms are surely a sweep.
Each consist of peanut butter, icing, pretzel sticks, and shredded wheat. Seems easy as pie.
76. For a creepy crawly lunch, you can’t do better than this sandwich of worms.
Relax, the “worms” are made from ham in barbecue sauce. But hope it creeps to your delight.
77. Grace your Halloween dessert platter with a cake that takes an eye full.
I guess the eyeball here is for decorative purposes. But the socket is drizzled with icing.
78. These popcorn balls are just crawling with worms.
Well, gummy worms if you get my drift. But yes, these are very disgusting but people will like them.
79. You’ll have to be a ghost not to like this pizza.
It even has tomato eyes and mouth as well as is covered in cheese. Yes, this is pure Halloween gold.
80. It must be a grave mistake if your Halloween party lacks a coffin cake.
You may not be able to eat the hands and skull. But a coffin shape cake isn’t a hard shape to achieve.