Throwback Thursday, Halloween Eats!

Halloween is coming in just a few days,

have some Halloween fun with some spooky and delightful

Halloween Eats!

Start your day with a Candy Corn Danish

It’s a lemon danish made with crescent rolls,

cream cheese and lemon curd,

decorated with yellow and orange sprinkles

and a piece of candy corn

Or how about a Snickers Pot Pie

It’s a Halloween version of a chocolate croissant~

a mini Snicker’s candy bar is baked in a crescent roll

Later in the day you’ll need something to nibble on like a slice of

Yummy Mummy!

It’s stuffed with bacon, asparagus and cheese

The kids will like Cheese pumpkins and Witches Brooms

and Candy Corn Kebabs are hard to resist~

Make Hocus Pocus Party Dip to snack on

while you’re waiting for trick or treaters

This hot and hearty dip is full of corn,

sausage, cheese, tomatoes and green chiles

Pumpkin Alfredo Pizza with Bacon & Gouda will keep the witches happy!

Grab some candy bars and turn them into an irresistible

Halloween Candy Cheesecake Dip

5 Minute Trick or Treat Bars are a Halloween version of layer bar cookies

A graham cracker crust is layered with Rolo candies,

butterscotch chips, honey roasted peanuts, peanut butter cups

and sweetened condensed milk and baked

Make mini cupcakes spooky with purple icing, sprinkles and Halloween toppers

Butter Pecan Mini Cupcakes

Spooky Fun!

I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs

Sundays on Silverado/  Happiness is Homemade

What’s for Dinner / Love Your Creativity

Between Naps on the Porch /Turn About Tuesday 

Wednesday Linky Party / Karin’s Cottage Linky Party /  Creative Crafts

Full Plate Thursday /Thursday Favorite Things

Home Matters

24 Responses to “Throwback Thursday, Halloween Eats!”
  1. Bernadette says:

    Jenna, as usual, you hit it out of the ball park (unlike the Phillies). Great post.

  2. Those treats have me want to celebrate Halloween too. I particularly want that cheese dip.

  3. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Good morning, Jenna! All of these yummy treats are making me hungry. Wow! A candy corn danish and Snickers pot pie sounds most delicious! The ghost plate you painted is absolutely adorable. Wishing you a most wonderful day!

  4. There is WAY too much dangerous stuff in this post! I think it’s completely possible that those five-minute treat bars will find their way into our holiday dining!

  5. Delights for kids of all ages!

  6. I’m sure your grandchildren have loved these!!!!

  7. Pam says:

    Jenna, I would enjoy all of these treats. Snickers Pot Pie sounds amazing. I just know you have a big Halloween party planned! Happy Weekend!

  8. Pattie says:

    Yummy Mummy for me, please! That filling sounds delicious. This also sounds like something that could be made at any time of the year under a different name, of course.

  9. lghiggins says:

    I’ve never used puff pastry for a pizza crust. I bet it is delicious. That bar cookie made with candy sounds out of this world yummy!

  10. Mary says:

    Such fun inspiration to eat, drink and be scary Jenna! Hocus Pocus Party Dip sounds amazing, Happy Friday! 🎃🧹👻

  11. Kim Goddard says:

    Oh my goodness Jenna! What a delightful array of Halloween recipes you have gathered here today. Yummy mummy, yes please, and the pumpkin alfredo pizza and Hocus Pocus party dip sound amazing. I have to pin. The ghost plate is adorable. Thank you for all this deliciousness!

  12. helenfern says:

    Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party – everything looks so good!

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