10 easy recipes for awesome snacks

From savory to sweet, pumpkin and pumpkin-free, simple snacks, finger foods and drinks: Here you’ll find recipes to cook for your kids’ Halloween parties.

From October 31st to November 1st, the horror festival is coming: Halloween. The origin of the day goes back to the Celts. At the end of October, they expelled the evil spirits.

Today, children walk around the neighborhood in scary Halloween costumes like witches or ghosts. They go door to door asking for sweets – they stick to the motto: trick or treat!

Other families organize spooky Halloween parties with their children. That’s what snacks, finger foods or non-alcoholic punch and drinks are for. But even if you don’t have a big party, you can make your kids happy with our recipes for Halloween. That’s why we’re now presenting our Halloween party ideas.

Easy, hearty finger food for Halloween

When children bake, it is often necessary to do it quickly. You don’t need a recipe for these two classics:

  • Terrible mummies: Wrap in Viennese pastry and stick on eyes made of half an olive or something similar
  • Stuffed peppers: Cut the peppers with a knife like a pumpkin and stuff them with mince or vegetable sauce

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Halloween party drinks

Those helping to finger food and snacks at the buffet will be thirsty sooner or later. So we have the following ideas for drinks at your Halloween party:

  • blood wine: simply give red juice like grape, cranberry or currant juice
  • witch strike: Color the water of your choice, such as apple juice, with green food coloring

Pumpkin Cupcakes: A sweet treat for Halloween

Everyone knows chocolate brownies – as a variant with white chocolate or in combination with cheesecake, many have tried the American pastry at least once. Although our version of Pumpkin Muffins is new…

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

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Scary ghosts – a recipe for Halloween for children

This recipe for spooky banana ghosts is perfect for imitating with kids. But not only will generations not love ghosts – fruit just makes a delicious combination with chocolate.

Banana Ghosts

Photo: ©Kathy Neudert

A delicious finger food? A list of ingredients and instructions can be found here.

Halloween: more recipes with pumpkins

Carving pumpkins is part of Halloween. But it often doesn’t end with a pumpkin. If you have several children, nieces, nephews or grandchildren, each will want to carve their own example. This can add up to a lot of pulp quickly. You can use it, for example, to make a delicious soup. If you have a lot of leftovers, freeze the rest in portions and thaw them during the winter months.

But did you know that you can also cook with pumpkin?

For Halloween: Pumpkin Apple Pie Recipe

The gingerbread cookies needed for this cake are already on the shelves for Halloween, and you can find the Hokkaido pumpkin you need around every corner. So nothing stands in the way of cooking this recipe!

How to prepare a Halloween recipe, you will learn from our article.

A recipe for mini pumpkin cakes for Halloween

Whether as a gift for the kids, for a Halloween party, or as a seasonal snack with your afternoon coffee: these small but delicious pumpkin cakes will delight any pumpkin lover!

Mini Pumpkin Pies are the perfect snack for any Halloween party!

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Bake mini pumpkin pies for Halloween now!

Halloween: Hokkaido Pumpkin Nut Cake Recipe

With this recipe for Pumpkin Walnut Cake, you decide: Should it be a classic, quick cake, or do you prefer a cake made with cream or butter?

With this recipe, you can choose between cake and tart.

Recipe for Halloween: jam with pumpkin, apple and orange

This jam is perfect for the cold season! You may also be interested in: Jam as an appetizer for a Halloween party? Of course, for example, for decoration or as fake blood.

The perfect jam for Halloween consists of pumpkin, apple and orange.

Photo: ©tbralnina – stock.adobe.com

Our Halloween jam recipe can be found here.

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