The Best Halloween Party Food for Kids

by Tonya Staab
Published: Last Updated on

Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? We’ve got lots of creepy Halloween party food ideas for kids that won’t be too scary for them.

Halloween party food ideas

These are all super easy to make and perfect for Halloween parties.

Halloween pizza

Halloween pizza ideas including a monster, mummy, Frankenstein, and a ghost.
Spooky Halloween pizza ideas including a ghost, Frankenstein, monster, and a mummy.

These spooky Halloween pizza ideas are sure to be a hit with the kids. You can find my recipe for making your own at Waterford Upstart.

Halloween party food ideas including dead man's meatloaf, hot dog fingers, and skeleton dip tray.
Dead man’s meatloaf, hot dog fingers, and skeleton dip for Halloween parties.

Dead Man’s meatloaf

Grab your favorite recipe for meatloaf and mold it into the shape of a body. Pour a tomato-based pasta sauce over the top, and bake it for about an hour on 350F.  I found the ghoulish mask at a Halloween store and then put a knife into the chest.

Hot dog fingers

All you need to make these creepy fingers is hot dogs, refrigerated biscuit dough, and sliced almonds. Assemble and then bake. Use a knife to score creases in the fingers before baking. Don’t forget to put out blood tomato sauce or ketchup for dipping your hot dog fingers.

Skeleton dip

This is a fantastic healthy alternative for your Halloween party. All you need is your favorite dip and lots of fresh vegetables for dipping.

Halloween food for kids

Halloween party food ideas
Halloween party food ideas including corn dog mummies, bat nuggets, and a skeleton platter.

These spooky Halloween food ideas for kids only use 3-ingredients each to make them. They are so quick and easy and kids are going to love them. We have even more 3-ingredient Halloween food ideas too.

bones and graveyard halloween food ideas
Bones and graveyard Halloween party food ideas that kids are going to love.

Halloween jerky treats

Halloween spooky jerky treats
Creepy Halloween treats using jerky.

If your kids love jerky and cheese, then they are going to love these jerky Halloween treats. They might be creepy, but they are yummy too.

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10 comments

Sandy Toes September 23, 2008 - 5:00 pm

I love it! They are so creative! What a great blog! -Sandy Toes

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denise September 30, 2008 - 5:00 pm

The meatloaf is killing me (pun intended) I want to make this for my kids – they would love it.

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Sharlene October 2, 2008 - 5:00 pm

That meatloaf is delightfully disgusting! We always have fondue on Halloween (Fondueween) and I could arrange the veggies like that skeleton guy. Neato

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The Burger Blog October 3, 2008 - 5:00 pm

When I clicked I was thinking in my mind…hmmm something for B’s kg class party…then I saw the meatloaf, don’t think that would go too well! It is hilarious though!

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Melanie October 3, 2008 - 5:00 pm

Cute Cute recipes! I love them all. i will definitely have to try some this year. I cant believe you made all that stuff. What did you do with it all? Your kids must be in heaven….and we still have 4 weeks until Halloween. I want to live at your house!

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pomly October 13, 2008 - 5:00 pm

I love that crazy meat loaf! Reminds me we haven’t had meatloaf in a while… mmm comfort food. My mom once made a meat loaf sculpted to look like my dad’s face. It was kind of gross. I guess that’s true love?

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Anonymous October 13, 2008 - 5:00 pm

The veggie skeleton came originally from Family Fun I think. I have the magazine from about 12 years ago. They used to have it on the website, too but I couldn’t find it this year.

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Jeremy April 13, 2009 - 5:00 pm

I am going to add this into my funky Halloween food ideas collection. It really reminds me of the festive mood. Those fingers look original!

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Party Planning Professor August 1, 2009 - 5:00 pm

Awesome post. I love it!!! Great Ideas!! Elizabeth

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Rachel Tiller September 3, 2010 - 8:40 am

Those are really cool recipes! I am gonna have to make those! Thanks

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