Spooky snacks for Halloween

Spooky snacks for Halloween

Hallooween celebrations are around the corner, and everyone is gearing up for the festivities. From home decor to party dishes everything is decked up. you might be ready for the party at the home. Here are some Halloween-themed party snacks. The snacks will add to the spookiness of the party and will be great fun to make these at home

White chocolate ghosts

White Chocolate Ghost

Ghost-shaped strawberries are so natural, it’s scary. Rather than plunging the fruit in the conventional semisweet chocolate, they’re dunked into white chocolate and given spooky faces with dark chocolate. The brilliant pastry is a simple and rich expansion to an adult Halloween menu yet an addition sufficiently basic to make with youthful partners.


  • 24 large strawberries
  • 8 ounces white chocolate, or white chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips


  1. Wash the strawberries and wipe them off. Ensure they’re completely dry and have no wet patches; any other way, you’ll experience difficulty plunging them.
  2. Soften the white chocolate in the microwave, blending after like clockwork until it’s smooth and liquid. In the event that you are utilizing white chocolate chips, they may be very firm when you liquefy them, so you can add a spoonful of vegetable shortening to make the chocolate more fluid if important.
  3. Hold a strawberry by the stem and dunk it in the chocolate until it is on the whole cover. Hold it over the bowl and let the abundance trickle once more into the bowl, then, at that point, scratch the base against the lip of the bowl. Put the berry on the pre-arranged baking sheet.
  4. Repeat the process until the strawberries are all covered with white chocolate. Refrigerate the plate until the chocolate is set, around 15 minutes.
  5. While you’re trusting that the white chocolate will solidify, dissolve the semisweet chocolate chips. Empty it into a paper cone or plastic baggie with a little opening cut in the corner.
  6. Improve the strawberries with the chocolate so they have eyes and mouths and look like phantoms. Let the chocolate set totally prior to serving.

Witch fingers

Witch Fingers

Witch finger pretzel poles are one spectacularly creepy sweet-and-pungent treat for Halloween or any wizard-themed party. All that’s needed is four fixings to make this fiendish recipe and it’s straightforward enough for kids to help (or possibly a finger).

They are a hit with everybody — from the littlest troll to Dumbledore himself — and will be eaten up speedier than you can say wingardium leviosa!


For the Fingernails:

  • 28 blanched almonds
  • 1 tube black food gel colour

For the Fingers:

  • 14 large pretzel rods
  • 12 ounces bright-green candy coating


For fingernails

  • Use a little food-safe paintbrush to paint the top of every almond with dark gel food shading.
  • Set aside on waxed paper to dry.

For fingers

  1. Take out the pretzels. Break or cut each rod in half.
  2. Place the green sugarcoating in a little yet profound microwave-safe bowl (or heatproof cup) and microwave in 30-second additions, blending after every 30 seconds to forestall overheating and burning. Mix and heat until the sugar coating is totally dissolved and smooth.
  3. Holding a pretzel rod by the solid end, dip it in the green covering until practically every last bit of it is covered, leaving around a 1/2-inch segment undipped at the top where you are holding it.
  4. Put the plunged pretzel on a similar lined baking sheet you used to dry the dark sugarcoated almond nails and quickly press one of them on the tip of the pretzel pole that is covered in green sugarcoating.

For detailing

  1. Keep on plunging more pretzels and, while you do, watch out for the already dipped pretzels. While the covering has begun to dry and is mostly matte yet not totally hard, now is the right time to add the wrinkles for the knuckles.
  2. Take a toothpick and hold it opposite to the pretzels. Tenderly roll it across the top to add wrinkles. Make two sets — one set close to the fingernail, and one set mostly down the finger. This will make your witch finger very realistic looking. If the covering is too dissolved and sticky when you attempt, give it a couple of additional minutes to set prior to attempting once more.
  3. After every one of the pretzels has been dipped and decorated, refrigerate the plate for 10 minutes to totally set the covering. From that point forward, the witch fingers can be served on a party plate or be standing up in a mason container.

Spiderweb candies

Spiderweb Candies

These Spiderwebs are an extraordinarily simple Halloween candy, and everybody will adore the incredible mix of pungent, crunchy pretzels with smooth, sweet white chocolate. If you would rather not attract the bug to the center of the web, you can put a raisin or chocolate chip in the middle to represent the bug.


  • 96 pretzel sticks
  • 2 cups white candy coating
  • 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips


  1. Prepare two baking sheets by lining them with aluminum foil.
  2. Organize the pretzel sticks in groups of eight, in a round design. You should be able to fit around 6 gatherings to a baking sheet.
  3. Place the white sugarcoating in a huge microwave-safe bowl and microwave until liquefied, mixing after every 45 seconds to prevent overheating.
  4. Scratch the dissolved sugarcoating into an enormous ziptop sack and clip an opening in the corner. The opening ought to be around 1/8-inch thick. On the other hand, you can utilize a pastry bag fitted with a little round tip, if you have one.
  5. Pipe a round dab of sweets into the focal point of every pretzel gathering to tie them together. Beginning from the middle, slowly draw a spiral onto the pretzels, step by step sorting out your direction to the edges of the pretzel sticks. The line of sugarcoating ought to be sufficiently thin enough to seem to be a cobweb, however thick enough to keep intact as it wraps over the pretzel sticks.
  6. Once all the cobwebs are decorated, draw the spider in the center with melted chocolate. Refrigerate for 10 min.

Mummy hot dogs

Mummy Hot dogs

These mummy dogs — a spookier version of pigs-in-a-cover — turn regular hot dogs into fun, scrumptious treat that is simple enough for kids to help make. Hot dogs are enclosed by sickle roll batter to look like mummies, and mustard is utilized for the eyes, making for a delightful Halloween treat that is ideally suited for a party appetizer, or as a pre-going house-to-house asking-for candy feast when joined by french fries and veggie sticks. Serve these mummy dogs with mustard and ketchup for dipping.


  • 1 (8-ounce) can crescent roll dough
  • 8 regular size hot dogs
  • Yellow or brown mustard, for dipping
  • Ketchup, for dipping, optional


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F. Open up bow rolls to make four square shapes. Press dough at perforations to seal.
  2. Utilizing a pizza shaper or a blade, cut the mixture into dainty strips, around 1/8-inch wide.
  3. Wrap crescent roll dough strips around hot dogs, covering a bit, and leaving space toward one side for the mummy’s face.
  4. Put on a baking sheet, around 1 inch separated, and prepare for 14 to 16 minutes until the dough is golden brown.
  5. Just before serving, place some mustard in a bowl. Dip a toothpick in mustard and use it to make mummy eyes on the sausages. Serve with bowls of ketchup and mustard.

Enjoy these spooky Halloween snacks. Surprise tour guests with the scary dishes.

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Rakhi S

I am Rakhi Sharma. I have done Master’s in English literature and language from IGNOU. I love to read about different cultures, places, and things from around the world. Writing about different topics is what I love the most.

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