I recently get inspired for finger food ideas for Halloween party from Pinterest. By now, most of you probably have heard of Pinterest – an inspiration online board. So when I was researching for some fun Halloween treats and snacks, as typical of all pinterest users, I ended spending more time than I should. But in the end I have found another set of interesting finger food that will be perfect for any Halloween party. These finger food ideas have taken the meaning of finger food to the whole new level.
So brace yourself and get ready for some finger food ideas for your Halloween party.
Finger Food Ideas for Halloween Party
Ham Finger Food
1. Wrap lean ham around pretzel rod.
2. Stuck a slice of almond at the end for fingernails.
Recipe & Image from SuperHealthyKids
Deadman’s Finger Sandwich
1. Gently flatten the slices of bread with a rolling pin to make them more pliable. Spread with a little margarine and some cream cheese or peanut butter.
2. Roll up the sandwiches and make three indentations with a blunt knife to form the finger joints.
3. Trim the ends of the fingers into a “V” shape and stick an almond on to each tip with a little cream cheese to form the nails.
4. Now for the gruesome bit — add a dollop of strawberry jam over the end of the finger for the blood!
Recipe & Image from Disney Family
1. Cut the cheese pizza into strips
2. Cut red pepper into nail shape pieces
3. Place red pepper on the pizza strips in place for nails to create fingers
Recipe & Image from Cute Food for Kids
5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 cup plain yogurt
1 tsp kosher salt
6–8 grinds of fresh ground pepper
1 Tbsp grainy mustard
½ tsp hot sauce (or more if you like)
1 box of crackers, smashed into crumbs or 2 cups of panko
Red food colouring
1. Rinse the chicken under cold water and pat dry. Slice each breast into strips and set aside.
2. Combine the yogurt, salt, pepper and mustard in a bowl. Add the chicken and allow to marinate for a minimum of 30 minutes.
3. Preheat the oven to 400°F. While the chicken is resting, remove all of the crackers from the packaging; place them in a large re-sealable bag and pound with a rolling pin until a rough crumb remains.
4. Dredge the chicken into the crackers and coat all sides well. Place on a baking sheet and repeat with the remaining chicken. Bake for 15 minutes, or until cooked through and crackers turn golden brown.
5. While the chicken is cooking, use a clean paintbrush and apply the red food colouring to the almonds. Set aside.
6. Remove the chicken strips from the oven. Apply a small amount of ketchup to the back of each almond and press one into the thin end of each chicken strip.
7. Serve with a bowl of ketchup.
Recipe & Image from Savvy Mom
1. Add green food coloring to melted white chocolate
2. Dip pretzel rods into green chocolate
3. Add slice almonds as fingernails
Recipe & Image from Deep in the heart of Kansas
1. Cut hotdogs in half. Then cut the lines in them to look like the knuckle lines and slice out a section for the finger nail.
2. Boil them till cooked through
3. Prop them up in a cupcake pan in ketchup and also use ketchup to glue almond slices on for finger nails
Recipe & Image from cgneitin
So are you brave enough to eat one of these Finger Food?