Today I’m sharing a fun Witch Halloween Party that all the ghouls and boys and their mummies and daddies will love! Are you ready for all the dreadfully delightful details?
I wanted my witch Halloween party to have all kinds of gross witch potion ingredients in apothecary jars so I got creative and dreamed up some disgustingly delicious ingredients.
What ghoul or goblin can resist chewing on a set of vampire teeth?
Or maybe bat droppings are your favorite treat?
Rotten skin (dehydrated beef) and witch nails (David Sunflower Seeds and pumpkin seeds) are also delicious choices too!
My personal favorites are witch warts (roasted and salted wasabi peas- for the adults since they’re very spicy), followed by a handful of long spider legs (black licorice).
Now if that doesn’t make you hungry, I don’t know what will! 😉
You can always wash it all down with a glass of green witches brew, complete with a striped straw, label, and a witches hat that I cut out of self-adhesive vinyl on the front.
I got creative with the chocolate pudding cups and turned them into fiery witch cauldrons filled with a bubbling green concoction, with bones and skulls to make it all taste better.
To make my pudding witch cauldrons, I took a few pieces of red, orange, and yellow tissue paper, folded them so I would get 6 sheets of each color, and cut along row of fiery flames.
I put some of the flames lower and some higher for variety, then folded the bottom of my flame stack. I placed some quick dry adhesive around the bottom few inches of the Snack Pack pudding cups containers, then pressed down on the flames to adhere them.
I added some green candy to resemble bubbling green potion to the top of the pudding, as well as some bone-chilling bones and skulls to add to the scariness. I love how these turned out!
They are a unique and fun (and not to mention delicious) treat that the kiddos will love!
I also couldn’t resist the large creepy crawly glitter spiders. I even added a few of them to some small felt witch hats that were scattered on the table.
Another creepy concoction that I created was this terrifyingly tasty treat. I filled each Halloween container with Crunch n’ Munch, then mixed in some gummy eyeballs, Sour Patch Kids, and gummy worms to add to the gross factor.
I’m not sure what the kids loved more, the yummy taste of the treats or the way they looked!
I filled mini witch cauldrons with the classic candy pumpkins, and place them on a cake stand that was green, of course.
A coffin was filled with green Granny Smith apples covered in creeping spiders.
These cupcakes were so easy to put together! I picked a package of cupcakes from the bakery, then added some green and purple sprinkles and an edible witch cauldron candy to the top. I placed them inside a black baking cup, and they were done. So easy!
I hope you enjoyed this frightfully fun Witch Halloween Party even half as much as I enjoyed putting it together! Hopefully you got some fun ideas of treats you can make with your kids or some food or decoration ideas for your next party!
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