Scary Good Halloween Snacks
Black-and-orange snacks and desserts for your Halloween party.
Photo By: James Wojcik
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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Don't be scared by these creepy treats -- they have tasty licorice legs and gooey caramel-pecan bodies.
Get the Recipe: Pecan-Caramel Spiders
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.
Get the Recipe: Salmon-Carrot Sushi
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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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.
Get the Recipe: Chocolate-Dipped Fruit
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!
Get the Recipe: Orange Sherbet Cups With Blackberries
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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Black and Orange Vodka
Skittles and black licorice make this infused vodka over-the-top. Finish with a candy garnish for extra flair.
Get the Recipe: Black and Orange Vodka