Halloween festive eats:
It’s the spooky time of year. And what better way to enjoy this time than with some festive and delicious halloween eats? Whether you are hosting, enjoying at home, or going to a party, I hope these festive eats guide helps! But these meals also make great fall meal options for the weeks, so be sure to add to your meal rotations this fall.
I think the best item to have for the holidays is the cute Dash waffle makers. I think I have every single festive one they make. And what better way to enjoy Halloween than with a loaded spooky breakfast charcuterie board? Who says charcuterie is only meat and cheese?
What you’ll need for the spooky breakfast charcuterie board:
- Waffles in spider webs, skulls, and pumpkins
- Pumpkin cuties
- Banana ghosts
- Apple monsters
- Monsters on a log
- Kiwi Frankenstein’s
- Grape eyes
- No bake bliss ball bats
- Grain free spider cookies
And you can get all the full details for this spooky breakfast charcuterie board here.
More Breakfast ideas:
And these easy air fryer crescent roll witch hats are a must try. Because they are super delicious, you can add whatever filling you like to yours, and they are easy to prepare.
And these Halloween dirt cups are a great breakfast option too. Made with a homemade vegan pudding that not only is delicious, but nutritious.
And whether you are entertaining or just creating a festive spread at home. These spooky halloween appetizers are sure to be a crowd pleaser. And they are super quick and easy to prepare.
I love a good charcuterie board. And these three options are easy and sure to be a crowd pleaser.
And if you don’t have a Trader Joe’s near you, you can still find similar items at other local grocery stores.
And I know typically the holidays, it’s a lot of indulging. But we can’t forget about eating some vegetables and greens! And these two side dishes, are great for any guests who are vegetarian or vegan.
And I don’t know about you, but having some main dishes are also a must if entertaining. Because nobody likes to go to a party and leave hungry. But these are also great options just enjoying throughout the fall for delicious weeknight meals.
And we can’t forget my favorite part of entertaining, the desserts. And these fun and spooky desserts not only are super cute and festive. But they are so delicious and easy to put together. And you can save some time by buying store bought cookie dough and store bought brownie mix.
I hope this comprehensive guide to creating delicious and spooky eats for Halloween helps. And if you make any of these Halloween food ideas for your upcoming festivities, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram, so I can see all of your creations. And Happy Halloween 🎃 👻!