Trick or Treating gets all the rave, but can we talk about how underrated Halloween movie night is? Cozying up with your loved ones to your favorite spooky flicks with Easy Treat Recipes for Halloween Movie Nights! Now that is my idea of a real party! Plus these super easy spooky recipes will really amp up the evening!
Another adult only Halloween movie night recipe - this cocktail is made with gin and Blue Curacao. The creepy colors come from the butterfly pea flower tea. Just add a splash of club soda and lemon juice!
Delicious fudgy brownie bites with sugary frosting decorated to look like witches potion is the perfect Halloween treat for watching scary flicks! They’re super tasty too so make enough that everyone can have seconds.
You will love these delightful Midnight Margaritas that are inspired by one of our all-time favorite Halloween movies, Practical Magic! Conjure up some scary spirits, grab your vacuum, put the lime in the coconut, and whip up some of these yummy margs after the kids go to bed.
You will love this peach and cherry margarita because it’s not the typical overly sweet lime flavored concoction. It's also the best skinnied up and gluten free version of Practical Magics’ midnight margaritas.
If the kids love Mickey Mouse and Jack Skelington then these are definitely the Halloween movie night snack for you! The ears are made from fondant which you can buy premade to make the process easier.
It was the first grown up scary movie I ever saw (the original) when I was a little kid in the 90s! I was terrified of drains for years afterwards but it was totally worth it. So if your kids are a bit older and they love slasher films make these Pennywise cupcakes and stream the remake!
Good old Goosebumps have been around since I was a kid. I used to read those books cover to cover. They’re the perfect spooky movie that’s age appropriate for younger kids. Plus you can make this ghoulish goosebumps popcorn that is sure to be a hit!
I do believe Harry Potter can qualify for Halloween movie night, especially the last 2 or 3 movies! This recipe is easy to make for grown ups or kids!
I am totally excited to get spooky with my family watching our favorite horror films and snacking all night. I don’t know which Halloween movie snack recipe to make first? We might have to have multiple flick nights just so we can have them all!
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