15 Spooky Halloween Snacks These candy corn shaped rice krispie treats are great for company or just to put a smile on your own face. Find out the recipe and how to get the colors just right for your halloween party here, by Yummy Healthy Easy. These candy corn shaped rice krispie treats are great for company or just to put a smile on your own face. Find out the recipe and how to get the colors just right for your halloween party here, by Yummy Healthy Easy.Everyone loves a healthy fruit salad! Go the extra mile and use orange peels as cute festive fruit salad bowls. Find a hearty harvest fruit salad recipe, amongst many other adorable ideas by Say Yes here.How cute! String cheese and pretzel broomsticks that are just as tasty as they are adorable! Learn how to make this crafty snack from Mom Foodie, by clicking here.Amp up the spooky factor at your party by serving this eerie glow-in-the-dark lemonade! Mix up tonic water, instant lemonade, and have a black light handy. Find out more from Girl Loves Glam, here.Who doesn't love pizza!? This mummy braid is creepy and cheesy... The best of both worlds! Don't hesitate to head over here to see the whole recipe by Yummy Healthy Easy.What if your snack could bite back?! These monster apple bites might do just that! Click here to get step by step directions from Oh She Glows.If you can't get enough jack-o-lantern carving, then why limit yourself to just pumpkins? Try these cute and festive stuffed peppers by Mom.me by clicking here.Itching to get started on your traditional holiday cookie baking? Start early by breaking out those holiday cookie cutters and decorating your favorite gingerbread cookie recipe in Halloween fashion. Get the recipe and full tutorial by Kailley's Kitchen here.What is both stomach turning and tasty? A bloody band aid inspired treat that will we know our taste buds would love! Get the scoop here.No Halloween party is complete without a one-eyed monster cookie. Get this easy cookie recipe here from The Idea Room.Nothing says Halloween like creepily colored snack foods; and these vibrant green pudding cups fit the bill! Get the recipe here.When you think of brownies you think of a kids treat... but these slasher brownies look frighteningly delicious and perfect for an adult party! Learn how to make them here from Happy Food Healthy Life.Frozen banana caramel mummy pops! Yes please! Mummify your guests with these healthy little snacks! Go bananas with this recipe here by Lexie's Kitchen and Living.Your guests will rave over this homemade guacamole and these bone shaped tortilla chips! All the details you need to be the life of the Halloween party here by Chef Julie Yoon!And last but not least, we love this idea of re-purposing plastic Easter eggs. Paint them white, give them creepy skull faces and fill them with whatever you please! DIY tutorial this way from the master of it all, Martha Stewart.