If Thanksgiving is the king of autumn parties, then Halloween is certainly the court jester! Do you have any party plans? Kids party? Campground gathering? We’ve collected some of the best recipes for Halloween treats that suit the campground life around the web and put them here in one place for you!
1 “Poison” Candy Apples
Candy apples are a staple of every Halloween party! These “poison” apples from Country Living give a new twist to an old favorite!
2 Devilish Devil’s Food Cupcakes
Cupcakes are always a hit, east to transport, and easy to eat, these Devilishly good cupcakes by Ambrosia Baking are sure to win smiles.
3 Haystack Creatures
If you’re looking for easy Halloween desserts, Delish has a great recipe for these yummy Halloween sweets!
4 Popcorn Owls
Fall just wouldn’t be complete without some kind of popcorn treat! Taste of Home’s recipe for Popcorn Owls is a Halloween snack uncomplicated enough for kids to make, and festive for any party.
Wizarding World Park gives us these five recipes for the Harry Potter favorite, Butterbeer.
6 “I Scream” Graveyard Pie
This looks harder than it is to make, but nothing beats Martha Stewart's Graveyard Pie for a good homemade treat!
7 Candy Corn Whoopie Pies
A bit more complicated than most on this list, Babble contributor Brooke McLay shows us how to make homemade Candy Corn Whoopie Pies!
8 Mulled Apple Cider
Fall means cooler weather, and that means a need for a tasty warm pick-me-up beverage! The Pioneer Woman has a great recipe for apple cider made from real, unfiltered apple juice!
9 Mini Donut Spiders
Getting back to silly, fun, no-bake recipes that you can do with your kids, It’s Always Autumn shows us how to make Mini Donut Spiders from just a few ingredients, and a little imagination.
10 Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups
A little chocolate pudding and some Oreos, and you have the base for these fun and festive Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups from I Can Teach My Child.
Whether you are just making treats with your children or grandchildren at the RV, or preparing for a big Halloween bash, any of these ten Halloween recipes will be sure to please. Don’t forget the napkins, and have a Happy Halloween!
Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of bat, and tongue of dog, Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting, Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing, for a charm of powerful trouble, like a hell-broth boil and bubble.
- Macbeth Act 4, Scene 1
Heading South for some Fall fun? Stop and see us at Davis Lakes, your Suffolk Virginia Family Campground. We have loads of activities planned and the surrounding city is loaded with things to do. Check out our free Fall Travel Guide to give you some ideas!