Spooky Dishes for Halloween Parties by CookinGenie
At CookinGenie, we take pride in cooking up every out-of-the-box request our customers make. Because creating extraordinary dining experiences is our passion! So, we got creative when a customer requested we whipped up a Halloween party meal.
Our Halloween menu for six has the spookiest American dishes with the scariest ingredients: bats, zombies, eyeballs, faces, and skulls. The perfect addition to an eerie Halloween meal!
- Flayed Man Cheese “Ball” with Dark Rye Bread
A classic American appetizer, our Cheese Ball is made by whipping together the softest cream cheese and grated cheese until the mixture is smooth. We give the dish a scary twist by adding a flayed face. Eew!
Carefully arranged with Dark Rye Bread, it is the perfect Halloween appetizer!
- Bat Toasts
Bats are to Halloween what toasts are to every American meal – indispensable! So, we put together both these classic traditions. That’s right. We’re serving Bat Toasts!
Another creative twist on the classic meal course, Bat Treats are made with rye bread and your choice of spread and filling. It’s the perfect serving as a side dish for a Halloween meal.
- Zombie Eyes
Serving up some eerie delights is the menu’s main course. Tender, moist, and full of delightful flavor, this meatball and spaghetti dish is costumed for the occasion!
This dish uses the meatball to look like eyeballs. We place halved black olives between slices of string cheese to make up the pupil and iris and put these on the “eyeball.” Ketchup is the glue to hold all these together (and to look like blood!). Spaghetti around each eyeball adds effect.
- Upchucking’ Halloween Pasta Salad with Crazy Caprese Eyes
One of the most iconic Halloween symbols is a pumpkin. So, we can’t leave it out of our dining arrangements. But first, we mix pasta, fresh veggies, and flavorful dressing for a yummy Pasta Salad.
Then we slice cheese and fresh tomatoes and layer the cheese on top of the tomatoes. We cut and lay out olives as the last layer and lay out these layers to look like eyes floating around, to make the salad “eerie.”
For the final touch, we take a pumpkin, cut holes for eyes and a mouth and arrange it to look like it’s upchuckin’ the pasta salad. Yuck!
It’s the perfect Halloween side dish!
- Horrible Face Hummus Dip with Black and Orange Tortilla Chips
A creepy face that’s trying to claw itself out of a plate! What could be a better addition to your Halloween meal?
Hummus made from chickpeas and seasoned with fresh spices makes an excellent dip. We also cleverly arrange Black and Orange Tortilla Chips to add even more Halloween color to your dining.
- Cheesy Broccoli and Chicken Stuffed Skulls
We have cooked up a storm for Halloween, but this dish takes the prize. The ultimate Halloween dish is a plate of pizza crust skulls made using a unique skull-shaped mold. Creamy stuffing made from cheese, broccoli, and chicken adds flavor.