Easy Halloween Party Snacks | Park Place Volkswagen in Rochester, MN

Whether you’re hosting one or just attending one, you’re might have something to do with a Halloween party this weekend. If you’re still stuck on what to bring, we’re here to help. These easy and creative dishes are sure to take the food table to the next level.

Spider Deviled Eggs

Everyone loves the person who brings the deviled eggs to the party. So why not put a spooky spin on something you already know everyone will love?

If you don’t already have a go-to deviled egg recipe, this one is from Delicious As It Looks:


  • 6 hard-boiled eggs

  • 3 T mayonnaise

  • 1 tsp Dijon mustard

  • 1 tsp vinegar

  • ⅛ tsp salt

  • ⅛ tsp pepper

  • whole black olives


  1. Cut eggs in half lengthwise. Slip out yolks and mash in a bowl.

  2. Stir in mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, vinegar, salt and pepper.

  3. Cut whole olive in half lengthwise.

  4. Put one half on mashed yolk for the spider’s body.

  5. Thinly slice the other half of the olive for the spider legs - 4 on each side.

  6. Repeat for every egg.

Witch Fingers (Chocolate Covered Pretzel Rods)

This sweet and salty treat from Deep in the Heart of Tejas is sure to have everyone do a double-take! This is definitely one of the easiest and creepiest treats you can make.


  • pretzel rods

  • white chocolate chips or almond bark

  • green food coloring

  • sliced almonds


  1. Melt chocolate according to the package directions (stirring often to keep it from burning).

  2. Add green food coloring.

  3. Dip pretzels in chocolate and lay flat on wax paper.

  4. Add a sliced almond near the top for a fingernail.

  5. Use a tooth pick to scratch lines for the knuckles.

  6. Stick them in the freezer or refrigerator until chocolate has hardened.

Mummies in a Blanket

For a more savory treat, Our Best Bites has an easy and yummy suggestion for your party appetizers: pigs in a blanket that look like mummies.


  • hot dogs, cut in half

  • crescent roll dough

  • ketchup and mustard


  1. Cut crescent roll dough into thin strips.

  2. Wrap dough around hot dog halves.

  3. Bake according to crescent package directions.

  4. Use ketchup or mustard to dot on for eyes. You can also set some out for people to dip their mummies in.

What are some of your favorite go-to Halloween snacks? Let us know!

Happy Halloween from Park Place Volkswagen! We hope you have a safe and fun day with family and friends!
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