Scary Good Halloween Snacks

Black-and-orange snacks and desserts for your Halloween party.

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Photo By: Kate Mathis

Photo By: Kate Mathis

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Claire's Dark and Spooky

"Classic cocktails are so trendy right now. One of my favorites is this twist on a Dark and Stormy, perfect for Halloween." -- Claire Robinson, for Food Network Magazine

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Dark Chocolate Martini

Dark as night and devilishly rich and chocolatey, this spooky martini will be the highlight of your Halloween bash.

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Pecan-Caramel Spiders

Don't be scared by these creepy treats -- they have tasty licorice legs and gooey caramel-pecan bodies.

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Salmon-Carrot Sushi

Smoked salmon is paired with carrots for a salty and savory snack with a bit of a crunch serve them with a simple dipping sauce for another layer of flavor.

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Chocolate-Pumpkin Crepe Cake

A whipped cream filling made with pumpkin puree and pumpkin spice keeps the thin chocolate crepes in this cake in line. A simple chocolate ganache is the perfect finishing touch.

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Chocolate-Dipped Fruit

Choose your favorite dried orange fruit: mango, papaya or apricot (or a combination of all three)and dunk in chocolate for an easy-to-make Halloween snack.

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Orange Sherbet Cups With Blackberries

This make-ahead dessert will match your Halloween decor and won't require a bowl -- what a sweet, easy way to end your Halloween evening!

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Vampire Blood Soup With Muenster Sammies

Kick up the creepy factor by serving tomato soup in test-tube "shooters." Pair with monster-shaped Muenster cheese sandwiches on pumpernickel bread.

Get the Recipe: Vampire Blood Tomato Soup with Muenster Sammies

Candy Corn Cordials

Infuse vodka with sweet candy corn, then mix with orange liqueur and lemon juice.

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Chocolate Carrot Cake

This black-and-orange carrot cake is quite impressive, but the web effect on the chocolate frosting is much easier to create than you think. Simply beat marshmallows and orange food coloring, then use two forks to stretch marshmallow strands atop the cake for showstopping results.

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Orange Candy Apples

Meet your apple-a-day quota the sweetest way possible. These beauties are dipped in an orange-colored candy coating, then drizzled with chocolate.

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Chocolate Doughnut Holes

Sprinkle chocolate-glazed chocolate doughnut holes with festive nonpareils for sweet treats everyone will want to munch on.

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Sweet Potatoes With Caviar

These bite-sized, caviar-topped appetizers will add a touch of sophistication to your black-and-orange buffet.

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Black and Orange Vodka

Skittles and black licorice make this infused vodka over-the-top. Finish with a candy garnish for extra flair.

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