3 Creepy Halloween Finger Foods

Halloween is almost here so it’s time to whip out those creative and spooky October recipes! The last thing you want to do is show up to a Halloween party empty handed, right? Also, since these recipes are kid-friendly and fun, they’re perfect for your child’s classroom Halloween party, too! Keep scrolling for my favorite 3 creepy Halloween food ideas you and your kids are bound to love!


This is a scary-easy dessert that even your kids will love making. The prep time is only 5 minutes which basically anyone has the patience for! Not to mention, it tastes absolutely amazing!

Here’s what you’ll need:
4 Packages of ghost Peeps
2 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips
1/4 c. heavy cream
Warmed graham crackers for serving
Mini Chocolate Chips


Preheat oven to 450°. In the bottom of a square baking dish, spread out chocolate chips and pour cream on top. Cover completely with a single layer of ghost Peeps. Place mini chocolate chips over eyes and mouth. (The already-drawn faces will fade in the oven.)

Bake until the chocolate has melted and the ghosts are golden, 8 to 10 minutes.

Serve warm with graham crackers for dipping.


This milk and white chocolate Halloween bark is one of the best and most simple recipes you and your kids will ever make! I love all the fun and festive colors. This is the one time you can throw a whole bunch of crazy colors together to make something whimsical and yummy!

Here’s what you’ll need:
2 c. white chocolate, chopped
15 drops Flo-Coat Candy Coating
1 drop purple food coloring, 1 drop green food coloring, 1  drop orange food coloring
2 tbsp. large Halloween-colored nonpareils
1 tbsp. Halloween-colored sprinkles


Place chocolate in a heat-proof bowl over a pan of simmering water and stir until completely melted.

Divide 3 tablespoons melted white chocolate into three separate bowls. Add five drops Flo-Coat and one drop of food coloring to each bowl; stir to combine.

Pour remaining white chocolate onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Using an offset spatula, spread chocolate until it’s 1/8″- to 1/4″-thick. Drizzle colored chocolate on top and drag a toothpick to create swirls. Dust top with nonpareils and sprinkles.

Transfer to the refrigerator to set, 20 minutes. Break into pieces to serve.


How cute and crafty are these? And who doesn’t love Oreos and peanut butter? Such a classic combo! This tasty recipe is another super simple one that’s kid-friendly and festive to make for any October event!

Here’s what you’ll need:
Mini Reese’s
Peanut butter
Candy eyes


Separate the Oreo cookies from the cream. (What you do with the cream is entirely up to you.) Next, slice them in half. There may be some casualties as Oreos can be a bit crumbly, so using a serrated paring knife might be best.

Attach them to your Reese’s with a dab of peanut butter. Apply the same peanut butter method for the eyes and you’ve got your bats!

Attach the eyes! Sometimes, kids find it fun to attach more than 2 eyes, so go for it! The more the spookier!

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Hi! I'm Alexandra

I am an entrepreneur, author, and mom of 3 from Memphis, Tennessee. I fill my days pursuing the dream of being my own boss as a full time influencer and sensory marketing specialist while spending my evenings playing superheros, helping with homework, making dinner, and tucking in my littles.

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  1. 2.19.21

    I know Halloween is long past, but I just came across this and the bats look like I will definitely save this for next Halloween.

    • 2.24.21
      Alexandra Nicole said:

      Thank you so so much Geri! I am so glad you will be able to use the post for some Halloween inspo this year!!!