Halloween Party Food

October 27, 2014
Mummy pizzas

Are you looking for Halloween party food ideas? These two recipes are simple to make but look effective on a plate. Why not spook your guests with them?

Are you planing a Halloween Party? It can be hard to think of nibbles that your little ghosts and ghouls will enjoy, that are easy to make and look spooky on a plate. This weekend I have been busy in the kitchen and came up with a couple of ideas  for Halloween party food. They are simple to make but look ghoulish on  a plate. Kids and grown ups will love them.

These are savoury Halloween food ideas which work well as part of a Halloween buffet. They are easy to make leaving you time to plan your costume.

Halloween Party Food Ideas

Mummy Pizzas

Mummy pizzas: Halloween Party FoodGhoulish mummy pizzas are quick and easy to make and taste nice. Use muffin halves as the base, layer on tomato sauce and use strips of cheese to make a bandage effect. Jalapeno peppers are great for the eyes but olives could also be used. These were a big hit with my son who loved the effective look.

Read more: Spicy pumpkin soup

Mummy pizzas: Halloween Party Food

Mummy Pizza Recipe

Mummy pizzas
Author: Alison
Ingredients
  • English muffins
  • Passata
  • White Cheddar
  • Jalapeño peppers
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 200C
  2. Cut the muffins in half
  3. Spread passata over each muffin half
  4. Cut the cheese into strips and lay on the muffins to look like bandages.
  5. Add the jalapeño peppers to look like eyes.
  6. Place on a baking tray and bake for ten minutes until the cheese has melted

Mummified Hot Dogs

Everyone love hot dogs, but how about mummified hot dogs? A simple variation on a sausage roll with the hot dog wrapped in shortcrust pastry, with a little space left for the face. Eyes can be added with ketchup or mustard after they have been baked for a more scary look. They taste nice and look effective as well.

Mummfied hotdogs: Halloween Party Food

They are actually very filling as well so perfect to eat after a hard night trick or treating. Serve them with a bowl of mustard on the side for dipping into and you have an ideal party snack.

For a sweet treat you could make some pumpkin pie. It is a great way to use up the pumpkin insides after you have carved your pumpkin.

Read more: How to make pumpkin pie

Mummified hotdogs: Halloween party food

Mummified hot dogs recipe

Mummified hot dogs
Author: Alison
Ingredients
  • Jar of jumbo hot dogs
  • Pack of shortcrust pastry
  • Ketchup or mustard
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 200C
  2. Cut the hot dogs into halves.
  3. Roll out the pastry and cut into fine strips
  4. Wrap a strip of pastry around the top and bottom of each hot dog leaving a gap for the face.
  5. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes until the pastry is golden
  6. Add two daps of ketchup or mustard to look like eyes

Why not pin the recipes for later?

Halloween party food: Simple recipes for Halloween

Do  you have any great Halloween party food ideas? Let me know below.

15 responses to “Halloween Party Food”

  1. Emma says:

    Fantastic ideas! We make the hotdog mummys too, I don’t think I would get away with not making them for halloween tea now! 😀

  2. Those mummy pizzas are such a great idea. I love it!

  3. Galina V says:

    Genius! I’d never have thought of making pizzas from muffins. They look super!

  4. Otilia says:

    Both recipes are really “scary” looking and perfect for any Halloween Party!
    Thank you so much for linking up with #FoodieFriday I hope you will comeback next week again.

  5. Eileen Teo says:

    They look brilliant and delicious! They are also my children’s favourite fingers food. Great for party!

  6. Haha these are such cute idea, I especially love the mummy pizza!

  7. I love these – some great ideas here! I know a little girl who would love those mummy pizzas 😉

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