15 Easy Halloween Treats You Can Do Last Minute
You may not be able to go trick-a-treating as usual but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the spookiest day of the year. Throw your own Halloween party at home, bring out the Halloween candy, or have fun making some unusual Halloween snacks.
Not sure what to make? We’ve done the legwork for you. After scouring more than 500 websites, social media accounts and blogs we have selected the 15 cutest, spookiest Halloween food ideas so you can have more time to enjoy the festivities!
Bring Frankenstein back to life in 10 minutes with this Monster Wrap from Woman’s Day. It’s an easy Halloween treat - and it’s healthy too! All you need are spinach wraps, olives, cornichon pickles, sliced cheddar and nori seaweed sheets!
“Stay Healthy with a Frankenstein Breakfast!”
Zombie Avocado Breakfast
It’s smashed avocado - Halloween style. This last-minute breakfast idea from Brit+Co uses ingredients you already have in the fridge or pantry: avocado, toast, red radish, nori seaweed sheets, pickles, walnuts and capsicum!
Halloween Temari Sushi
If you are a loyal fan of rice like us, you will love these bite-sized rice balls from the Chopsticks Chronicles. No need for online delivery. Be your own Japanese chef and chow down on these cute Jack-o'-lanterns or Jack Skellington sushis.
“Serve Up Some Devils For Lunch!”
Eyeball Deviled Egg
Jazz up boring boiled eggs by transforming them into devilled eyeballs. This versatile, creative recipe from The Spruce Eats pairs well with aioli mayonnaise or Dijon mustard sauce. Hint: If you have time, make your own aioli sauce with Kewpie mayonnaise.
Need to convert a non-fruit eater? This fruit tray from Eazy Peazy Mealz's might just do the trick. From Boo-nanas to Monsters Mouths and Candy Corn Strawberries, these fruity monsters are too cute not to eat.
Graveyard Taco Dip
Want to liven up your Mexican food with the easiest tweak? Serve up a graveyard with this four-layer taco dip from Food Network! Layer from the ground up with beans, sour cream, guacamole, peas and salsa.
“Rest In Peas”
Jack-O’-Lantern Pumpkin Pies
Nothing symbolises Halloween more fittingly than Jack-o'-lanterns. Allow your creativity to shine with these pumpkin pies from Diy.com. This will absolutely be the highlight of the night!
Spooky Cheese Straws
Terrify your visitors with these cheddar witch fingers by Cook Like A Champion. Who knew witches could taste so yummy?
“Trick or Treat!”
Steal the show with these classically decorated cookies inspired by Woman's Day Kitchen. Fun to do on your own or get the kids to join in the fun.
Marshmallow Ghost Brownies
You can’t really trick-o-treat but you can still share the fun. These haunted brownies from Country Living are easy to make and cut up to give to friends.
Jack Skellington Macarons
Oh, aren't these Jack Skellington macarons toothsome? A big tip from Big Bear's Wife is to wait until the macarons dry entirely before drawing on them using the edible food colouring pen.
“Be so sweet! Give me something good to eat.”
Are you looking for Halloween cake or Halloween cupcake ideas? Check out these Monster Inc-spired characters from The Flavour Bender!
Frankenstein Matcha Cheesecakes
This gluten-free Frankestein cheesecakes using matcha and black sesame icing from Snixy Kitchen is a go-to when it comes to last minute, no-baking sweet treats.
Halloween Cake Pops
Want to scare the life out of your eaters? Give cake-eating a twist by turning them into Halloween popsicles. Try out these petrifying yet easy-to-make cake pops from Good Housekeeping.
Panda Tapioca Pearls with Milk Tea
We hope our selection will inspire your Halloween to be more creative and fun. Do you have your own Halloween treat ideas? Share in comments or message us anytime! Don’t forget to browse our Specials page for drinks and snacks to go with all your fun Halloween treats!