This Spooky Halloween Party Menu Plan has some great, easy ideas for pulling together a fun, frightful Halloween-themed bash! Everything from appetizers and drinks, to main dishes, sides and desserts are covered, helping you come up with a delicious and easy party for All Hallow's Eve (or any October eve) without a hassle!

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October means it's time to throw a spooktacular Halloween party and I've made it easy with a Spooky Halloween Party Menu Plan!

It’s that time of year again! Ghouls and goblins are out in force and everybody feels like a kid again.

I'm all about Halloween being for adults as much as the kids and we have thrown an annual Halloween party every year for 7 years now! We combine it with my October birthday and call it our "Monster Mash & Birthday Bash at the House of Nash"! So corny, I know, but I love it!

We love putting out a great spread of fun, fantastic food (some creepy and some cute) and my favorite thing is that we do a gourmet caramel apple dipping activity where every guest gets to create their own gourmet caramel apple!

Throw your very own Halloween party this year using this Halloween party menu plan, or bring one of the great Halloween-inspired items below to a party you have been invited to, and have a hauntingly good time!

What are you planning to dress up as this year? Tell me in the comments below!


An image of crescent roll dough wrapped mummy jalapeno poppers with candy Halloween eyes..

Main Dishes

An image of Mummy chicken pot pies with a spoon sticking in one of them lifting a bite of pot pie.

Side Dishes

An image of Black, orange, and white striped layered Halloween Jello squares in a bowl with plastic skeleton hands.


An image of Pumpkin juice in a tall glass with a polka dot straw.


An image of panna cotta eyeballs made of kiwis and blueberries surrounded by Halloween decor.

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Hi, I'm Amy

I enjoy exploring the world through food, culture, and travel and sharing the adventure with mostly from-scratch, family friendly recipes that I think of as modern comfort cooking.

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