7 Zombie-Themed Treats for Halloween


7 Zombie-Themed Treats for Halloween

Want to make Halloween a little creepier? Throw a zombie-themed party! With a show like The Walking Dead hitting record highs, it’s obvious that zombies are still in. Fill your house with eerie décor like corpses popping out of the ground, bloody footprints, a smoking cauldron and more. No need to go digging for food ideas as we have seven zombie-themed treats to make your life that much easier. Serve these treats at your party for a truly ghoulish Halloween bash!

1. Creepy Fingers

creepy fingersSource:texanerin.com

Go ahead–we dare you to grab a creepy, gnarled finger and dip it in a bloodbath. They’re really just almond shortbread cookies dipped in raspberry jam, but we won’t tell if you won’t. 

2. Zombie Eyeballs

Zombie EyeballsSource: eighteen25.blogspot.com

Grab a zombie eyeball and get munching. Eyeballs never tasted so good.

3. Cake Ball Brains

Cake Ball BrainsSource: hungryhappenings.com

These oozing brains are a must for your zombie party. They may look disgusting, but they taste great.

4. Mummy Pretzels

Mummy PretzelsSource: livinglocurto.com

You may be hypnotized by the beady red eyes, but these treats are really just pretzels in disguise.

5. Zombie Marshmallows

Zombie MarshmallowsSource: thedecoratedcookie.com

Get the kids involved and give each marshmallow a unique zombie face. The possibilities of making creepy, crazy zombies are endless.

6. Tombstone Cookies

Tombstone CookiesSource: myrecipes.com

Zombies will flock to this graveyard treat made with rich, delicious chocolate and a cookie tombstone.

7. Zombie Ice Cream Bites (Exclusive to The Good Stuff)

Zombie Ice Cream Bites

These quick and easy ice cream sandwiches use store-bought cookies for a snappy, cute treat that is “out of this world” fun because they dye your tongue black–just like a zombie.

Ingredients:

  • 8 ice oatmeal cookies
  • 2 tablespoons of white chocolate (melted)
  • 16 candy eyes
  • 8 black or red candy sprinkles
  • 2 cups Death By Chocolate ice cream
  • 4 tablespoons of black sugar crystals

Directions:

Start by squeezing a very small amount of white chocolate on top of four of the cookies. Press candy eyes and sprinkles into the melted chocolate to make a zombie face. Allow to cool and harden.

Scoop chocolate ice cream into the center of two oatmeal cookies. Roll the edges into black sugar crystals. Wrap gently in plastic wrap. Freeze until firm, about one hour. Serve and enjoy!

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