Easy Halloween Recipes For Your Block Party

Easy Halloween Recipes For Your Block Party: Caramel Apples by FamilySpice.com

What? You don’t throw a Halloween Block Party? Well, perhaps you are invited to one this weekend and you need to bring an appetizer, meal or dessert to the party. My neighbors and I throw a black party every year. From what started as four families with 4 kids has blossomed to dozens of families and oodles of kids! It has grown so much that it doesn’t fit in our garage and now we block off our street. Last year we set up the projector and screen and watch the Chargers football game, as Halloween fell on a Monday night. It was such a hit, we will pull out the projector again this year, but play kid-friendly Halloween movies.

But what to serve? Here is my list of easy Halloween recipes for your next potluck. Whether you have it simmering in a crock pot, or need to eat it cold, there’s an easy recipe for you!

Easy Halloween Recipes For Your Block Party: Halloween Hummus

Halloween Appetizers:

  1. Caramelized Onion Dip
  2. Smokey Guacamole with Bacon
  3. Pumpkin Hummus
  4. Hot & Cheesy Corn Dip
  5. Cheesy Crab Stuffed Mushrooms
  6. The Classic Nut-Crusted Cheese Ball
  7. Cheesy White Queso
  8. Fish Ceviche with Avocado
  9. Roasted Garlic Dip
  10. Creamy Artichoke Dip


Halloween Meals:

  1. White Chicken Chili
  2. Balsamic Portobella Sliders
  3. Orange Glazed Chicken Wings
  4. Whole Wheat Pizza
  5. Lamb Meatballs with Tomato-Pomegranate Sauce
  6. Oven-Fried Chicken
  7. Tequila Lime Chicken Tacos
  8. Lemony Chicken Kabob
  9. Orzo Pasta Salad with Feta and Sundried Tomatoes
  10. Balsamic Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Salad

Easy Halloween Recipes For Your Block Party: Skeleton Cupcakes by FamilySpice.com

Halloween Desserts:

  1. Caramel Apples
  2. Skeleton & Other Spooky Cupcakes
  3. Skeleton Bones
  4. Kitty Litter Cake
  5. Orange Kool-Aid Cupcakes
  6. S’mores on a Stick
  7. Apple Surprise Bars
  8. Halloween Sugar Cookies
  9. Whole-Wheat Witch Finger Cookies
  10. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Easy Halloween Recipes For Your Block Party: Dye-Free Purplicious Potion by FamilySpice.com

Party Drinks? Of course! For the kids how about all natural, dye-free Purplicious Potion. And for the grownups? Make a pitcher of Pomegranate Sangria or some Sake Mojitos for the crowd!

Now go play with your food and Happy Halloween!

8 Responses to Easy Halloween Recipes For Your Block Party

  1. Love that top photo. A Halloween block party is a great idea. Our block usually has its annual picnic right around Halloween (cool weather picnics are fun; besides, people haul their fire pits out to the street and we have big roaring fires!). Some of these would be so great for that. Thanks.

  2. What fabulous looking recipes in those photos – so spooky. Your block party sounds great fun. We don’t really have those here so we miss out on all that bonding with the neighbours time.

  3. Your Halloween creations are so pretty and cute!

  4. I enjoyed your Halloween post and I really admire you of your creative food!!! I’m still new to Halloween theme food (started to pay more attention thanks to kids getting older etc). I hope you have a wonderful Halloween with your kids. I bet you are dressing up. Yeah? 😀 Talk soon and have a great weekend!

  5. How fun that you do a Halloween block party! You recipe ideas are perfectly spooky for the occasion.

  6. Laura, your caramel apples photo is gorgeous and they look so festive rolled in chocolate and orange sprinkles! I’ve made the witches fingers before – miss those days… and the purple potion looks so fun 🙂

  7. Wow Laura what a great roundup. I specially love the Halloween recipes and photos -all gorgeous!


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