Mummy Dogs. Cut hot dogs in half and wrap with strips of crescent roll—leave a space for eyes. Bake and then add two dots of mustard for eyes.
Bones n’ Blood. Create bone-shaped breadstick by cutting slits into the top and bottom of the strips of dough and curling them out. Marinara sauce is the “blood.
Witches’ Wands. White chocolate-dipped log pretzels covered with Halloween-colored sprinkles.
Bite-Size Ghost Cakes. Adorably spooky! Mini cakes covered with a sheet of white fondant. Recipe/instructions here:www.parenting.com/article/ghost-cake.
Dirt n’ Worms. A classic. Clear cups of chocolate pudding, a layer of crushes Oreos (the cookie part) and gummy worms dangling out.
Eye-Scream. On a plate, place two round scoops of vanilla ice cream. Make a couple streaks on the scoops with strawberry syrup. Place a blue, brown, or green M&M on the center of the scoop, and add a dot of black decorating gel in the middle of the M&M.
Upside-Down Witch Cupcakes. Okay, these are seriously too adorable. The witch’s legs are sticking straight out from the cupcake and are made from striped straws. The shoe cut-out and further instructions can be found here: http://www.bhg.com/halloween/recipes/quick-halloween-party-food/#page=3.
Caramel Corn. Not necessarily spooky, but a classic must-have at Halloween gatherings. Recipe here: http://www.bhg.com/recipe/candy/caramel-popcorn/.