Spooky Themed Halloween Snack Ideas for Parties

This year Dexam have you covered for Halloween snack ideas. With our help you can creep out the kids with some truly scary yet scrumptious bites. However, it’s important to make sure that the little ones’ tummies are filled first with a healthy and hearty devilish dinner before unleashing the trick-or-treaters to an evening of sugary sweets. 

7 Savoury and Sweet Halloween Snack Ideas for all the Family

Here’s Dexam’s 7 Spooky Halloween snack ideas that will fill up and freak out all guests before the evening’s festivities commence! The perfect mix of sweet and savoury snacks can be made so easily, allowing you more time to truly frighten the family with your formidable food creations!

 

Spooky Stuffed Peppers 

Get creative and carve out some freaky faces into some healthy stuffed peppers. These are perfect for a family dinner ahead of trick-or-treating. The spooky designs will beguile the kids and appease their appetites. Grab a selection of colourful peppers, slice the tops off each one, remove the seeds and white flesh from inside and carve freaky faces into each one with our GrooveTech Paring Knife. Then you can stuff each pepper with an array of delicious ingredients of your choice. We suggest garlic, aubergine, onion, grains, basil, pine nuts, sundried tomato paste and a squirt of lemon juice. Roast the filled peppers for 45 minutes and serve up your spooky snacks. 

 

Healthy Pumpkin Hummus

A savoury Halloween snack idea which involves no waste. Chop the top of a Pumpkin off with our GrooveTech Chef’s Knife and scoop out the innards. Season and roast the seedless flesh with garlic and oil for 45 minutes. Next, blend the ingredients and all their juices along with lemon juice, tahini paste and chickpeas. After scooping the hummus back into the pumpkin, serve the healthy Halloween snack with crudites such as cucumber, carrot and pepper.

 

Scary Sausage Roll Mummy Dippers

These Mummy Dippers are perfect savoury snacks for the little ones. Pre-heat the oven to 200C/180C fan/gas mark 6 whilst brushing the cocktail sausages with honey, ketchup and mustard. After wrapping the croissant strips around each chipolata and place in the oven for 20 mins. When the time is up, let the mummies cool down and finally dot each sausage with two mustard yellow eyes, peeping out from their pastry bandages. 

 

Enchanted Toffee Apples

These are the original Halloween snack idea. This is definitely a Halloween treat for grown-ups to prepare and everyone to enjoy, as parts of the preparation process are not safe for little hands as the toffee gets very hot! To enjoy this naughty but nice snack head over to our website to read the recipe with full details of the method and measurements for sticky, sweet success. 

 

Creepy Crawly Cupcakes

halloween kitchen itemsDexam has all the kit you need for brilliant bite-sized snacks such as these Creepy Crawly Cakes. Baking becomes a breeze with our Spider Spatula for whipping up your cake mix, our Non Stick 48 Cup Petit Four Tin for easy moulding, and our Icing Set for designing those spindly spider legs around the sweet treats.  

 

Freaky Frozen Banana Ghouls

Get ghoulish this Halloween with these incredibly easy to make Frozen Banana and White Chocolate Ghosts. Melt your chocolate and peel your bananas. Cut each banana in half and push a lolly stick through the middle before dipping the banana in melted white chocolate. Sprinkle your ghouls with desiccated coconut and then lay to rest on a prepared baking tray with baking parchment. Add two beady dark chocolate drops for poltergeist eyes. Pop them in the freezer to set for at least 4 hours. These Halloween snack ideas taste just like ice cream when frozen in ghostly robes of white chocolate and coconut. What’s more, they add a healthy hint to your Halloween party that will satisfy each and every sweet tooth. 

 

Beastly Bat Biscuits

halloween snack ideasStart beating your irresistible chocolate mixture with one of our many whisks. Add ingredients to make a soft dough, which will be shaped into a disc and left to chill. Next, dust with flour using our Mesh Shaker, roll between baking parchment and stamp shapes with our Bat Cookie Cutter. With only 10 mins needed to bake these blood-curdling biscuits these sweet treats are so simple to make. As the rich scent of cocoa fills the kitchen, lift your cookies onto a wire rack to cool completely. Once cool, brush melted dark chocolate onto your bat biscuits, dip in chocolate sprinkles, and use your Icing Set to pipe faces and fangs onto each snack.

 

So, why not try some of our savoury and sweet Halloween snack ideas this year? Treat the tots and serve up a feast for a delivish dinner, followed by spooky snacks and terrifying treats with Dexam’s help. Whilst the children are busy having fun, why not try our Pumpkin Pie recipe - one for all of the adults to indulge in this Halloween!