No Halloween gathering is complete without food and drink. When you’re looking to throw the ultimate spooky fete you can’t serve just any old bag of chips. You want your food to be just as awesome as you party. These 18 wicked drinks and savory treats are the perfect addition. Find the perfect alcoholic or non-alcoholic party punch to fit your tastes. Then serve up some spook-tacular bites with these creepy treats that are sure to wow!
How cool are these blood clot shots from A Worthey Read? Delicious toasted marshmallows give this drink its creepy appeal!
This non-alcoholic party punch from Our Family World is perfect to serve kiddos. They’ll love sipping from a drink that looks at them.
Another great drink for kids is these bloodshot Halloween drinks from Finding Zest! These interactive drinks will make your mini-monsters feel like superstars.
Apple cider is delicious on its own but your teens will love if you take it to the next level with these Apple Cider Mocktails from My Teen Guide!
Pump up the pumpkin vibe with this adults-only Pumpkin Spice Fizz from April Golightly. You can’t go wrong when prosecco is involved. Yum!
This family-friendly Cranberry Orange Spiced Cider from A Proverbs31 Wife is delicious and easy. The best part of this recipe is that you make it in the Crock-Pot!
The Crimson Martini from Grey is the New Black is perfect for a fancy soiree. Make your guests feel even cooler than Bond with these easy to make cocktails.
This purple-y Black Spider Party Punch from Finding Zest is another great family punch. The addition of frozen blueberries helps keep your punch cool throughout the party.
Don’t feel like mixing up your party drinks? Serve pre-bottled drinks and top them with these ghost tags from Val Event Gal. She uses them to top mini-bottles of wine but you could easily make them family-friendly by using mini-bottles of pop instead.
Drink your dessert with these Vampire Milkshake Shots from Frog Prince Paperie. Don’t let the look full you. These are 100% alcohol free so you can serve them to everyone.
These spooky Halloween appetizers from Woods of Bell Trees are super easy to make yet easily up your party fare.
Jalapeno poppers are a staple party appetizer but these mummy ones from The Lucky Pear up the ante. Who wouldn’t want to nibble on these tasty little spooks?
If you are looking for a lighter meal to serve then this Chicken Boo-dle soup from Morgan Manages Mommyhood fits the bill. It is healthy and delicious with a dash of Halloween flair.
I don’t know about your family but mine loves pizza. They’d eat it every day if I would let them. Treat your family and party guests with this fun mummy pizza from The Joys of Boys.
Don’t forget to treat your guest to some pumpkin fun. These roasted pumpkin seeds from Tabler Party of Two are a great treat to serve alongside chips and pretzels.
If you are throwing a family-friendly affair then be sure to serve up some of these Babybel cheese monsters from SheSaved. They are perfect for little hands to grab and go.
Another great savory appetizer from SheSaved are these spooky deviled egg spiders. They are just as creepy as they are delicious.
Last but certainly not least is this easy pumpkin cheese-ball from Crafts a la Mode. Cheese-balls are always an easy and crowd-pleasing appetizer.
Now that you have the perfect party fare to serve your guests, which ones will you choose? Don’t forget to round out your party with these wickedly easy DIY Halloween invitations and sweet DIY pumpkin banner! The DIY Halloween fun continues on Friday. See you then!
See where I’m linking up!