Halloween is only four weeks away. If you are planning a Halloween party or just want to make some holiday-themed treats for the occasion, Pinterest is the place to look for recipes. For my Popular Parenting Pinterest Pin Picks of the week, here are my top pins inspired by spooky Halloween recipes in celebration of the upcoming holiday.
Mummy Hot Dogs
Kids love hot dogs. What better food to serve at a Halloween party than some adorable (and easy) mummy hot dogs as suggested by Damn Delicious?! All you need is three ingredients: crescent rolls, hot dogs, and mustard.
Monster Apple Bites
Apples scream of fall. But how about serving some apples at your Halloween party that might actually scream? Check out these adorable monster apple bites from We Do Fun Here. All you need is apples, peanut butter, and yogurt raisins.
Cheddar Witches’ Fingers
Cheese straws are a popular snack nowadays. For a spooky adaptation on plain cheese straws for a Halloween get-together, try these bewitching cheddar witches’ fingers from Cook Like a Champion.
Shrunken Heads Punch
The punch bowl often takes the back seat at parties, especially when surrounded by a table of themed foods. However, to add a little spookiness to your Halloween punch bowl, carve and dehydrate a few apples to toss in your shrunken heads punch as suggested by Maple Spice.
Haunted Hooting Owl Pretzels
My daughter loves owls, which is perfect for the Halloween holiday season. For an adorable owl snack for your Halloween party, try these haunted hooting owl pretzels from Better Homes and Gardens.
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Author: Heather Johnson
Heather Johnson is a writer, librarian, linguist, wife, and mother. She earned a BA in English studies with a minor in creative writing from Illinois State University in May 2007, an MS in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in May 2009, and an MS in English studies with an emphasis in linguistics at Illinois State University in December 2011. Her websites include The Parenting Patch and Linguistics Girl.