20 Spook-tastic Monster Eyes Halloween Recipes

Skulls and skeletons can be used to create spooky looking Halloween fare, or you might want to use green food coloring for slime or red food coloring to look like blood. Another popular one is eyeballs! Read on and choose which of the following monster eyes Halloween recipes you want to make, to give everyone a thrill this Halloween. For some of the sweet recipes you’ll need a package of candy eyes, while with savory recipes you’ll use ingredients like mozzarella, green pesto and black olives. You can get so creative with these!

Spooky Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark

White Chocolate Candy Bark with candy corn and candy eye balls on top.

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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

Frankenstein Apple Cider Halloween Donuts

Frankenstein Apple Cider Halloween Donuts with green icing on top
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

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 Panna Cotta Eyeballs

Eye ball panna cotta in a silver dish
Halloween Panna Cotta Eyeballs. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

There is no shortage of gross looking Halloween food making an appearance on October 31st every year. But these Halloween panna cotta eyeballs are extra gross! This gluten free Halloween dessert that looks like eyeballs is one of my favourite Halloween party food ideas for adults and kids.
Get the Recipe: Halloween Panna Cotta Eyeballs

Halloween Antipasto Eyeballs Appetizer

Halloween antipasto eyeballs appetizer on a wood cutter board.
Halloween Antipasto Eyeballs Appetizer. Photo credit: xoxoBella

Although there are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of Halloween appetizers to choose from, antipasto eyeballs are one of the most fun. Suitable for any Halloween party, this Halloween charcuterie board addition looks great and combines a variety of wonderful Italian flavours in every mouthful, including mozzarella, ham, fresh basil, sun-dried tomatoes, and more.
Get the Recipe: Halloween Antipasto Eyeballs Appetizer

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 Mummy Stromboli Dinner

Halloween Mummy Stromboli with candy eyes.
Halloween Mummy Stromboli Dinner. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

Not only does this Halloween mummy stromboli make a great Halloween dinner or appetizer, but it also uses ingredients I’m sure you already have in the pantry and refrigerator (well, maybe not the candy eyeballs!) Pillsbury refrigerated pizza dough pairs with deli meat, cheese, peppers, seasonings, and marinara sauce to make this deliciously unusual homemade stromboli.
Get the Recipe: Halloween Mummy Stromboli Dinner

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

Creepy Peanut Butter Eyeballs

Peanut butter eyeballs.
Creepy Peanut Butter Eyeballs. Photo credit: Arkansas Girls.

While they might look like bleeding eye balls, I promise you that these cookies have so much decadent peanut butter flavor in each bite.
Get the Recipe: Creepy Peanut Butter Eyeballs

Chocolate Eyeball Cookies

Dark chocolate cookies with plenty of candy eyeballs.
Chocolate Eyeball Cookies. Photo credit: Lolo Home Kitchen.

This cookie is the one to offer on Halloween night. They are dark, spooky and so much fun on the scariest night of the year.
Get the Recipe: Chocolate Eyeball Cookies

Eyeball Jello Shots

Blood red jello shots with gummy eyeball garnish.
Eyeball Jello Shots. Photo credit: Easy Sips and Dips.

Make these blood red jello shots with gummy eyeballs for the creepiest cocktail to share with your friends on Halloween night. These are easy, festive and so much fun!
Get the Recipe: Eyeball Jello Shots

Bloody Eye Apple Martini

Lychees make the best bloody eyes for this apple martini.
Bloody Eye Apple Martini. Photo credit: Oh Sweet Culture Shock.

Use lychees to make some tasty yet spooky eyeballs for your apple martini on Halloween night. This easy addition is perfect for any party!
Get the Recipe: Bloody Eye Apple Martini

Monster Eye Dip

Green dip with plenty of candy eyes and dipping choices.
Monster Eye Dip. Photo credit: A Country Girls Life.

This cream cheese dip goes great with cookies, fruit or even pretzels for a Halloween snack you will want to keep an eye on! It might vanish before you get a chance to try it!
Get the Recipe: Monster Eye Dip

Monster Yogurt Eyes

Blue yogurt with banana eyes.
Monster Yogurt Eyes. Photo credit: Mama Likes to Cook.

This yogurt snack uses fruit to make a delicious eyeball. You are going to love this healthy option for Halloween.
Get the Recipe: Monster Yogurt Eyes

Eye Cocoa Bombs

Eyeball decorated cocoa bombs.
Eye Cocoa Bombs. Photo credit: Simply Happy Foodie.

Warm up on Halloween night with a freakishly fun cocoa bomb! These look just like eyeballs, but have the best chocolate flavor!
Get the Recipe: Eye Cocoa Bombs

Glowing Eyeball Cupcakes

Cupcakes decorated to look like eyeballs and decorated with glow sticks.
Glowing Eyeball Cupcakes. Photo credit: The Inspiration Edit.

This recipe is so much fun! It includes a party favor that will help light up your Halloween night with colorful glow sticks and good snacks!
Get the Recipe: Glowing Eyeball Cupcakes

Googly Eye Cookies

Shaker style cookies that look like googly eyes.
Googly Eye Cookies. Photo credit: Dream a Little Bigger.

Everyone will scream for one of these shaker cookies! While they take a little work to prepare, they are well worth the effort for a sweet to scream for!
Get the Recipe: Googly Eye Cookies

White Chocolate Eyeballs

White chocolate balls that look like bloodshot eyeballs.
White Chocolate Eyeballs. Photo credit: Ai Made It For You.

If you make this homemade candy for Halloween, you can rest assured no one will be able to take their eyes from the dessert table. These are perfect for a decadent snack to share.
Get the Recipe: White Chocolate Eyeballs

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