22 Scary But Too Cute to Spook Halloween Fun

Although Halloween is largely about all that’s frightening, it’s also the perfect occasion for making snacks which are more cute than scary (a good idea if you have young kids!) The following too cute to spook Halloween fun recipes just go to show that even the most fearsome of monsters can be made to look both cute and Halloween-ready! So, pick out your favorites and get ready to rustle up some of the cutest spooky snacks ever.

Frankenstein Apple Cider Halloween Donuts

Frankenstein Apple Cider Halloween Donuts with green icing on top

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Frankenstein Apple Cider Halloween Donuts. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

I love these Frankenstein apple cider Halloween donuts. They’re impossibly cute and Halloween donut decorating is fun! Baked apple cider donuts boast plenty of fantastic fall flavour in every bite. Everyone will ADORE this spooky baked Halloween donut that looks like a Frankenstein monster.
Get the Recipe: Frankenstein Apple Cider Halloween Donuts

Mummy Halloween Hot Dogs

Mummy Halloween Hot Dogs on a plate
Mummy Halloween Hot Dogs. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

Considering this 4-ingredient Halloween dinner is so simple, you should definitely make mummy Halloween hot dogs this year. This scary hot dog snack is great for everyone, especially the kids, since they’re fun to look at and tasty to eat. If you love hot dogs, you are going to love spooky pigs in a blanket.
Get the Recipe: Mummy Halloween Hot Dogs

Spooky Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark

White Chocolate Candy Bark with candy corn and candy eye balls on top.
Spooky Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

Have you ever made Halloween white chocolate candy bark before? It’s one of my favourite Halloween snacks and every year I make it. I’ve enjoyed this Halloween bark recipe since I was little. And now I make my own! Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without this easy candy bark recipe.
Get the Recipe: Spooky Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark

Halloween Snickers Mummy Treats

Halloween Snickers Mummy Treats on a cutting board
Halloween Snickers Mummy Treats. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

You can make easy Halloween Snickers mummy treats with just a few ingredients. Pillsbury crescent rolls, fun size Snickers, powdered sugar, and candy eyes come together for a great mummy dessert everyone will love, especially the kids or anyone with a sweet tooth! They make a nice dessert or a worthy addition to your Halloween buffet table.
Get the Recipe: Halloween Snickers Mummy Treats

Halloween Eyeball Punch

Eyeball punch is glass cup.
Halloween Eyeball Punch. Photo credit: xoxoBella

Halloween is the one time of year you can go crazy making all kinds of spooktacular treats, and nothing is off-limits. In fact, the scarier the better, and this Halloween eyeball punch is one great way to kick off your Halloween party in style! A Halloween punch recipe is perfect for a crowd and, despite its disturbing appearance, it tastes really good!
Get the Recipe: Halloween Eyeball Punch

Halloween Monster Eye Crinkle Cookies

Halloween Monster Eye Crinkle Cookies on a fake skull hand.
Halloween Monster Eye Crinkle Cookies. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

You might like to add these Halloween monster eye crinkle cookies to your Halloween plans this year! And no, it’s never too early to start planning what to make for Halloween. The great thing about making spooky Halloween treats is how fun they are. Making any kind of cookies and cakes is enjoyable, but making Halloween cookies is even more fun!
Get the Recipe: Halloween Monster Eye Crinkle Cookies

Spooky Halloween Monster Eye Pretzels

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween monster eye pretzels. You will love this easy party treat recipe.
Spooky Halloween Monster Eye Pretzels. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

It can be hard knowing what to make for Halloween because there are just so many great recipes! I love these Halloween monster eye pretzels for more than one reason. They look great and taste fantastic. Plus, you only need 3 ingredients to make these spooky monster treats!
Get the Recipe: Spooky Halloween Monster Eye Pretzels

Frankenstein Halloween Cookies

Cookies decorated to look like Frankenstein.
Frankenstein Halloween Cookies. Photo credit: Sweet Tea & Sprinkles.

These adorable Frankenstein Halloween Cookies are ridiculously easy to put together, and are a great way to get in the spirit of Halloween without having to spend hours in the kitchen. Plus, you can make them even if you aren’t a pro at decorating cookies.
Get the Recipe: Frankenstein Halloween Cookies

Halloween Grilled Cheese

Grilled cheese sandwiches with Halloween shapes cut out.
Halloween Grilled Cheese. Photo credit: The Cagle Diaries.

Get a festive food on the table on Halloween night, with very little effort. Cut a Halloween shape into a slice of bread and grill with your favorite cheese for a comfort food meal that everyone will love.
Get the Recipe: Halloween Grilled Cheese

Monster Mouths

Fruit snacks that look like monsters with buggy eyes.
Monster Mouths. Photo credit: Texan Erin.

This healthy idea uses fruit, nut butter and almond slivers to make a snack that you want to share with all of your favorite monsters on Halloween night. These are almost too cute to eat!
Get the Recipe: Monster Mouths

Oreo Spider Cupcakes

Cupcakes topped with cream cheese frosting and oreo cookie spiders.
Oreo Spider Cupcakes. Photo credit: Texan Erin.

Not only are these cupcakes delicious, but they are also adorable! Oreo cookie spiders make a topper that is too cute to spook on Halloween!
Get the Recipe: Oreo Spider Cupcakes

Mini Ghost Meringues

Mini meringue cookies that look like ghosts.
Mini Ghost Meringues. Photo credit: Food Doodles.

I know if you serve these ghost meringue cookies on Halloween that your friends and family won’t say boo to sampling one. These are cute and tasty for the perfect Halloween treat.
Get the Recipe: Mini Ghost Meringues

Mummy Cocoa Bombs

Cocoa bombs that look like white chocolate mummies.
Mummy Cocoa Bombs. Photo credit: Food Doodles.

Cozy up with a cup of cocoa on Halloween night. This recipe makes a really fun mummy cocoa bomb that you will want to share with all of your favorite trick or treaters.
Get the Recipe: Mummy Cocoa Bombs

Monster Burgers Recipe

Burger that set up like a monster with a pickle hanging out.
Monster Burgers Recipe. Photo credit: Fooddoodles.

These monster burgers for Halloween are a super cute way to turn a regular burger into a monster smash. Each burger is assembled to look like a monster without needing any tricks. It’s sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. They can easily be made gluten-free by using a gluten-free bun.
Get the Recipe: Monster Burgers Recipe

Peanut Butter Spider Blossoms

Peanut butter cookies topped with truffles and candy eyes to look like spiders.
Spider Cookies. Photo credit: Sugar and Soul.

This peanut butter blossom recipe uses truffles to form spider bodies. You will love the burst of silky smooth chocolate you experience when you take a bite of these cookies!
Get the Recipe: Peanut Butter Spider Blossoms

Halloween Grilled Cheese

Grilled cheese sandwiches with Halloween shapes cut out.
Halloween Grilled Cheese. Photo credit: The Cagle Diaries.

Get a festive food on the table on Halloween night, with very little effort. Cut a Halloween shape into a slice of bread and grill with your favorite cheese for a comfort food meal that everyone will love.
Get the Recipe: Halloween Grilled Cheese

Mummy Cookies

Chocolate cookies decorated to look like mummies with frosting and eyes.
Mummy Cookies. Photo credit: Texan Erin.

Bake some chocolate cookies and dress them up to look like delicious little mummies! This is such an easy cookie decorating idea for a Halloween party, or a movie night snack.
Get the Recipe: Mummy Cookies

Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats

Frankenstein rice krispie treats.
Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats. Photo credit: Sugar and Soul.

Frankenstein rice krispie treats are so much fun to make and share this Halloween. This easy no bake treat turns out to be the cutest little monster snack of the season!
Get the Recipe: Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats

Avocado Mummy Toast

Avocado toast with eyes.
Avocado Mummy Toast. Photo credit: In the Playroom.

This avocado toast is such a scream for breakfast on Halloween! It is easy to assemble and makes for such a tasty and healthy option that sets the pace for a fun day of tricks and treats.
Get the Recipe: Avocado Mummy Toast

Spiderweb Brownies

Spiderweb topped ganache brownies.
Spiderweb Brownies. Photo credit: Texan Erin.

Fudgy, chocolate brownies decorated with ganache spiderwebs makes a sweet so cute that you couldn’t be spooked by this decadent flavor.
Get the Recipe: Spiderweb Brownies

Frankenstein Cupcakes

Cupcakes decorated to look like Frankenstein's face.
Frankenstein Cupcakes. Photo credit: Food Doodles.

Cupcakes make a perfect Halloween snack. This recipe is too cute to be scary! Your family and friends are going to want to grab a Frankenstein face to fuel their trick or treat adventures.
Get the Recipe: Frankenstein Cupcakes

Spider Pie

A pumpkin cheesecake decorated with spiders.
Spider Pie. Photo credit: Texan Erin.

This three layer pumpkin cheesecake pie is so good that it will simply walk away from the party! Your friends will love the adorable spider topping on this pie.
Get the Recipe: Spider Pie

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Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella is a storyteller, food lover, dog mom and adventure seeker living on the Pacific coast. She shares her passion for recipes, dogs, sustainability, adventures, travel and philanthropy, in hopes of encouraging followers to run the extra mile, try new recipes, visit unfamiliar places and stand for a cause. Bella lives with Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease.

Bella Bucchiotti is a freelance food, travel, and lifestyle writer for MSN and the Associated Press Wire.

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