Are you hosting a Halloween party and looking for finger food ideas for the kids? We have 15 Halloween party finger foods that are frightfully fun for kids!
When it comes to making finger foods, it should be as quick and easy to make as it is to eat. With Halloween around the corner and social distance celebrations underway, what better way to party than with finger foods?
We’ve rounded up the easiest Halloween party finger foods to make and have even included sweet, savoury and healthy options.
Most of these recipes have a handful of ingredients and don’t require turning on the oven.
This post is all about Halloween party finger foods.
HALLOWEEN PARTY FINGER FOODS
1. Mummy Dogs
I love these Mummy Dogs from Homemade Interest for a kids’ Halloween party. They’re quick and easy to make and are the cutest party finger food.
2. Spooky Cheddar & Crackers
3. Chicken Nugget Monster Eyeballs
I can’t say I know a child who doesn’t like chicken nuggets, so when I saw these Chicken Nugget Monster Eyeballs from Young At Heart Mommy, I knew it would be a super fun idea for the kiddos. Swap the jalapeno pepper for a slice of a green olive (if you don’t like spicy) or leave it off altogether.
4. Mummy Pizza
These Mummy Pizzas from Cooking and Cooking contain only four ingredients, and you don’t have to roll out the dough. Just cut English muffins, add toppings, grill and your pizzas will be ready for the party!
5. Halloween Quesadillas
These 3-ingredient Halloween Quesadillas from That Fit Fam are super easy to make and add that spooky touch to your Halloween table. Cut some flour tortillas with large cookie cutters, sandwich with cheese and bake. It’s that simple!
6. Ghost Fruit Kabobs
These Ghost Fruit Kabobs from One Simple Party are an easy way to get the kids to eat fruit and also includes a sweet treat for the picky eaters!
What a spooky, fun surprise for your guests to grab!
7. Ghost & Mummy Banana Popsicles
Another simple snack on a stick to make it easy for little fingers to hold.
These adorable Ghost and Mummy Banana Popsicles from Well Plated by Erin aren’t only perfect for Halloween but are healthy too.
All you need are bananas, choc chips, vanilla yoghurt, peanut butter and a few popsicle sticks.
8. Mummy Celery Sticks
These Mummy Celery Sticks from Frugal Coupon Living are packed with loads of yummy goodness and are super easy to make. The kids won’t know just how healthy this is!
9. Orange Pumpkins
You can’t have a Halloween party without pumpkins, and these Orange Pumpkins from A Thrifty Mom are the quickest finger foods to make.
10. Pumpkin Deviled Eggs
These Pumpkin Deviled Eggs from Kathryn’s Kitchen Blog add a delicious Halloween touch to any party table. This fun finger food is a great way to add mini jack-o’-lanterns to tie in with your spooky theme.
11. Mini Ghost Pretzels
How spooktacular are these Mini Ghost Pretzels from Simply Being Mommy covered in melted chocolate?
All you need to do is line a sheet pan with parchment paper and add some edible googly eyes for a ghostly effect.
12. Spider Cookies
How easy are these Spider Cookies from Frogs And Snails And Puppy Dog Tail to make for your Halloween party?
All you need are some Oreo cookies, candy laces or pretzels for a healthier option, frosting and m&ms. Serve on your Halloween serving tray for that extra spook factor.
13. Halloween Popcorn Mix
This Halloween Popcorn Mix from Cooking On The Front Burners is such a fun way to decorate the Halloween food table, and the kids will love this sweet and salty combination. Serve your popcorn in this serving bowl to mimic a witches cauldron.
14. Monster Cupcakes
Cupcakes are always a hit at any party, and these brightly coloured Monster Cupcakes from Life With The Crust Cut Off would go down a treat with the kids at your next Halloween party.
If you want to save more time or you aren’t fond of baking, this cupcake maker would take the hassle out of baking.
15. Rice Krispie Treat Monsters
There can never be enough monsters at a Halloween party, and these Rice Krispie Treat Monsters from One Little Project are easy to make with colourful candy melts and perfect for little kids to grab and enjoy.
WANT MORE HALLOWEEN IDEAS?
- Here are some cute and unique DIY Halloween costumes for your little ones.
- No need to make a big mess with pumpkins this year with these no-carve pumpkin ideas.
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