Love it or hate it, it’s hard to deny Halloween is now an enthusiastically embraced celebration. Time to enjoy some ghoulish fun this year. Treat your family, friends or even trick-or-treaters to these frightful treats.

Worm Dessert

Raspberry jello worms on a bed of chocolate doughnut crumbs. So easy.

Hot Dog Mummies

These are super easy to make. You basically just use a pizza cutter to slice biscuit dough and then wrap it around the hotdogs. Bake for 14 minutes at 375. Make the eyes with ketchup and mustard.

Hairy Sausages

Stick plenty of spaghetti through the sausages and cook! This one is a hit with children.

Marshmallow and Peanut Butter Dirty Ear Wax Q-Tips

 Stick mini marshmallows on a lollipop stick.  Dip the ends into melted butterscotch chips to create the illusion of ear wax.  Let dry and fill a mock giant Qtip box with multiple used Qtips for guests to enjoy.

Kitty Litter Cake

Chocolate cake, white cake, 1 box vanilla sandwich cookies, 2 packages vanilla pudding, 12 tootsie rolls.  Directions: Bake cakes according to directions.  Make pudding and chill. Crumble cakes together, mix in half of the pudding with it.  Crumble cookies in a processor.  Add half of the cookie crumble to the cake mix.  Put the cake mixture in the pan.  Spread rest of cookie crumbles on top.  Microwave tootsie rolls on lowest setting until soft.  Twist into shape to look like cat poop and place on top of the cake.

Stuffed Cockroaches

Fill dates with cream cheese and ground nuts filling to make them look like stuffed cockroaches. Imagine biting into one of these suckers and having the white cheese ooooozing out!  Don’t forget to post a sign and add in an added fun twist by calling them e.g. “Stuffed Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches.

Crap Cookies

Get your favourite cookie mix. Put in into your icing piper and make into the shape of crap. Bake and serve!

Toddler Toddy

Make your favourite punch for your adult guests and add some limbs from a few dolls. You can pick up dolls at the local dollar store.

Black Bat Wings

Marinade your chicken wings in your favourite marinade then add black food colouring and bake as normal.

Bloody Intestine Breadsticks

2 c. hot tap water
1 T yeast
2 T sugar
Red or pink food colouring
1 T salt
4-5 c. flour
canned cherry pie filling
2-3 T. melted butter
cinnamon and sugar mixture (I do a 1 to 6 ratio)

Pour water into a bowl or mixer. Sprinkle yeast over the top and then sugar on top of the yeast. Let work about 5 minutes. When bubbly, add food colouring to the red color. Add 1 cup of flour and mix. Add salt and then enough flour to make a soft dough. Let rise.
When risen, grease a 9×13 baking dish and spoon in cherry pie filling.
Halve the dough and roll out dough into a rectangle. Cut into inch wide strips. Take each strip and pinch ends together. Twist and place randomly over the pie filling. Brush with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Bake in oven at 400 for 15-20 minutes or until the middle is set.

Fetus Cookies

There is no recipe available for these, but Katherine the creator said that she used red food colouring and a paintbrush for the fetal outlines and dyed icing for the jelly. I imagine that regular sugar cookies would work well as a base. But damn… these disgusting treats go a long way in showing us that with a little ingenuity, any food can get nasty really quick.

Bloody Mary

This drink will get your guests all worked up and happy!

6 ounces of quality vodka (approx. 6 fingers of spirits. hehee.)
6 ounces of tomato juice
6 ounces of beet juice
3 fresh lemons, juice of
4 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
12 drops of Tobasco sauce
1 teaspoon celery salt
1 teaspoon prepared horseradish
ice One slice of lemon, black salt, 2 celery stalks, 6-8 carrot fingers, eyeballs to float in the drink and 8-12 short bamboo skewers.

Baby Brain Shooters

 This awesome shooter features Bailey’s in strawberry vodka with a small amount of bloody Grenadine to complete the gruesome look.

Hot Finger Chilli

Hot dog Halloween fingers in chilli… Cut hot dogs in half, slice knuckles and a thin slice off the front for nails. Broil or boil… But keep an eye on them… Then slice the white part of green onions and place as nails… Heat up a crockpot of chilli and you’re good to go.

Pumpkin Vomit

Make your favourite guacamole, but you MUST make it really chunky. Carve your pumpkin and serve .uacamole like vomit coming out of its mouth.

Apple Vampire Teeth

These gooey snacks are made from apple slices, peanut butter, slivered almonds, and cranberries. They sort of look like a set of teeth that you’d find on the shelf of a vampire dentist.

Spidered Eggs

Deviled eggs topped with creepy-crawly spiders made from black olives? Yes, please. These are the perfect Halloween appetizer to make at home or bring to a large party.

Dead Meat Hand

This is creepy. Made from a meatloaf covered in cheese sitting in a pool of mashed potatoes, this hand looks like it’s on a mission to find the arm of the zombie it belongs to. All this needs is a little time and a creative hand!

Raw Meat Platter

Believe it or not, this raw meat platter is actually Rice Krispies Treats with red food colouring and some creative packaging. Just follow the directions on your cereal box and add a few drops of food colouring when initially mixing the marshmallow and butter.

Poison Apples

Ingredients

  • 2 cups granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cups water
  • 1/2 cup liquid glucose/light corn syrup
  • few drops black gel food colouring
  • 6 Granny Smith apples

Instructions

  • Grease a piece of baking paper and place on a tray/baking sheet.
  • Insert bamboo skewers in all the apples and set aside.
  • In a medium pot, combine the sugar, water, glucose/corn syrup and food colouring and stir over medium heat until the sugar has dissolved and the mixture feels smooth when you rub it between your fingers.
  • When the sugar has dissolved, turn the heat up and wash the sides of the pot down with a pastry brush dipped into clean water to prevent crystals from forming.
  • Allow the caramel to boil until it reaches the hard crack stage (150°c/310°F on a candy thermometer).
  • Carefully dip the apples into the hot candy mixture and place on the baking paper to set and cool for approximately an hour before serving.