If you are planning to host a Halloween party, but you’ve run out of ideas for what to serve during this party, try out these tasty party appetizers. These recipes are easy and fun to create because they contain just a handful of ingredients. You won’t need to spend great amounts of money or spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Here’s what you need to do to get it started.

Halloween cupcakes


The best part about serving cupcakes at a Halloween themed party is that both adults and children will love them! You can choose to make pumpkin shaped cupcakes or even fluffy ghost cupcakes and decorate them as you wish. Don’t stick to just one theme. Add as many different cupcakes as you like. Just be sure to use colorful candies and all kinds of peanuts and chocolate chips to create one-of-a-kind designs.

Popcorn Snack Mix


Who doesn’t really enjoy popcorn? This Halloween party appetizer idea is perfect for the guests who got quickly tired of sweet or generally don’t have a sweet tooth. Take popcorn to the next level by taking small amounts of popcorn and shape them into a ball. To shape them into a ball, add a bit of melted sugar. You’ll love this sweet-spicy recipe! You can add butter and some spices to make them even more delicious.

Blood Orange Martini


You can easily get in the Halloween spirit by preparing a delicious cocktail recipe. You can find a variety of Halloween cocktail recipes online to draw inspiration from. Our favorite is the Blood Orange Martini. You’ll only need some blood orange juice, chilled vodka and lime juice (you can skip vodka if you want to make a non-alcholic drink). Add a drop of food coloring to give it that bright red color.

Pumpkin Cheese Ball


To make a tasty Halloween appetizer, combine a variety of melted cheese and some spices and shape the mixture into a ball that resembles a pumpkin. There’s no need to use food coloring to make the cheese dip orange; just add some paprika spice into the mixture. Place a broccoli stalk to make it resemble even more to a pumpkin. Place the cheese ball onto a plate and add some tasty tortilla chips.

Cutout Cookies


This next appetizer is so fun to create, not to mention extremely delicious! If you are busy with making DIY Halloween decorations and you don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen, a solution would be to bake some cookies 2-3 days in advance and store them in a container so that they stay fresh. When it’s time to serve them, take a few minutes to transform them into leaf and wind cookies by using some colored royal icing.