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Delicious Halloween treats and snacks for your next monster movie marathon.

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Halloween Movie-Themed Snacks and Treats

Flick or Treat?

There’s nothing better than a good old-fashioned Halloween movie marathon to get you and your family into the spirit of spooky season. Actually, there may be something better — a Halloween movie marathon with the perfect spooky treats and Halloween appetizers to go with it! Keep reading for Halloween treats and snacks to enjoy while you watch four of our favorite family friendly freaky flicks.

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"Coco" & Hot Coco

You might be un poco loco if you don’t fall in love with this Coco-inspired Mexican hot chocolate. Sip on one as you follow Miguel on his journey to discover the meaning of family through his love of music. Go the extra mile by pairing your beverage with homemade Mexican wedding cookies or regular chocolate chip cookies with bright orange icing like the marigolds that line the path to the land of the dead.

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"Hocus Pocus" & Chocolate Eye Cookies

Watch as your favorite trio of witches battle it out against a group of kids and their talking cat while you enjoy these super chocolatey evil eye cookies. Inspired by Winifred’s own beloved book, don’t be surprised if these delicious Halloween desserts put a spell on you, too!

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"Casper" & Cupcakes

For a Halloween dessert that’s to die for, try these delectable red velvet ghost cupcakes you can enjoy as you watch Casper The Friendly Ghost spook his way into your heart. You can even stick some googly eyes on a clear glass, fill it with milk and you’ve got a ghost drink to pair with them!


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"Beetlejuice" & Mozzarella Eyeballs

When it’s finally showtime, make a Halloween appetizer worthy of the ghost with the most with these prosciutto-wrapped, green olives-stuffed, Mozzarella eyeballs. The adults in the group can pair these spooky treats with their favorite rum drink for a day-o (or night-o) of delicious Halloween fun!

More Freaky Film Foods
Looking for even more Halloween treats to enjoy with classic horror movies? Putting red or green food coloring on pretty much any light colored food — from mashed potatoes to vanilla cake — can instantly transform them into something scary good. When in doubt, stick with seasonal flavors like pumpkin, maple and apple for a fall feast fit for any flick.

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