10 Halloween Treats That Are Even Better Than Candy

Fun and creative ways to make your food spooky!


By Recipe Round-ups

Black Bean and Olive Hummus With Spooky Spina

Use skull and bat shape cookie cutters to cut out spooky shapes from spinach tortillas. Place in dip.

Healthy Halloween Mummy Pizzas (Gluten Free)

Ground chicken and spinach make the 'dough' for these fun pizza's that you can make and eat with your kids.

Mummy Hot Dogs With Spider Web Sauce

Wrap hot dogs in crescent dough and serve with a ketchup/mustard sauce designed like a spider web!

Scary Halloween Spider Pizza

Made with store-bought dough, kids will enjoy making spiders out of pepperonis, peppers and olives

Jack O'Lantern Stuffed Peppers

Cheesy, ground-beef filled peppers get a Halloween face-lift by carving a simple face in the side of each pepper before baking.

Pepperoni Cheese Ball

Pepperoni and Italian dressing add a burst of flavor to this spooktacular cheese ball. Use olives and garlic cloves to decorate.

Spooky Lasagna Soup

A hearty soup, perfect for a Halloween. Top with 'eyes', made with mozzarella balls and an olives.

Graveyard Dust Cheddar Cheese Ball

Roll this cheese ball in chia or poppy seeds to create a graveyard dust appearance.

J Dub's Spooky Sausage Bites

This easy recipe yields almost 6 dozen little bites. A perfect appetizer to serve at your next Halloween party.

People Pot Pie

A super-creepy meat pie, covered with pie crust that is shaped to look like a human face.