Fans of grossology will find this icky dish irresistible. An assortment of veggies and meats tops a prebaked Italian bread shell.
Candy Corn Crackers
These fun snacks are crackers cleverly disguised as candy corn. Cheese nibbles are mounted on crackers with sour cream dip and finished off with olives and meat slices.
Nacho Potato Skins
Everyone likes these yummy snacks! To save time you can make the potato shells ahead and fill and bake them just before the party.
Serve these super-simple snack sandwiches hot from the oven. Don’t forget the green catsup.
You can bake enough of these tempting foldovers for a crowd in just 5 minutes.
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Spread
It spreads like butter and tastes like pumpkin pie. Slather this on split mini bagels or crackers.
Body Bits Dip
This dip is so creepy your guests won’t be able to get enough of it. Serve it in a convenient slow cooker cauldron.
Salsa and Cheese Dip
Sour cream and bottled salsa combine with a few fresh herbs. Make this early in the day and chill until ready to serve, topped with pistachio nuts.
Blue Cheese Ricotta Dip
Ten minutes, start to finish, is all you need to prepare this tasty dip. Serve it in a hollowed-out squash or pumpkin.
Crispy Cheese Chips
Eye of newt and wing of bat! Drape wonton triangles over ridges of foil as they bake to make these chips look like they just flew in.
Pretzel Snack Mix
One handful is never enough when it comes to this appealing 7-ingredient mix.
Autumn Trail Mix
Ready in less than 30 minutes, this recipe coats mixed nuts and small pretzels in a brown sugar syrup.
Try this new version of an old favorite that uses wheat crackers, shoestring potatoes, honey-roasted peanuts, and chocolate-covered raisins.
Oat and Nut Crunch Mix
A little bit salty, a little bit sweet, with almonds and dried cherries for extra texture.
Crazy Mixed-Up Snack Mix
Snack mixes don’t come any easier than this — 4 ingredients and no baking needed.
Dip fruit or cake wedges into this ghostly concoction that bears a haunting resemblance to dessert fondue.
Mini Ice Cream Dippers with Double-Dip Fondue
Freeze ice cream scoops ahead of time with a pretzel stick inserted for a handle. Assemble toppings into individual muffin tins, or into bowls for an ice cream buffet.
You won’t need a bonfire for these fright-night snacks — they heat in the microwave oven.
Crispy Teton Treats
Give gooey cereal treats a mountainous new shape by cutting squares diagonally into triangles. They’re even more fun to eat when you dip the peaks into melted chocolate.
Who would believe a snack with just two main ingredients — tortillas and chocolate — could be so party-perfect?
Carve some of these cute treats for little party guests. They’ll love every sweet, sticky bite.
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