Faves Eats: Spooky Halloween Treats
These treats will (nearly!) scare your hunger away. From candy to tequila to brains and more, we rounded up some of our favorite creepy foodie finds galore.
Trick or treat? Don't let our Halloween food faves frighten you -- they're incredibly tasty and fun!
Each mini tequila bottle is painted to indicate hints of flavor: yellow for caramel, white for white pepper, and black for coffee.
These gummy maki rolls are topped with body parts, but they taste like candy: sweet cherry, lime and grape.
Brain Gelatin Mold
Put the high-powered organ on display with a scarily realistic gelatin mold.
They look like they fell off an ogre, but these fingers are really almond-and maple-flavored cookies, with nut "nails."
Send guests home with one tricky treat -- a plastic bag filled with poison...er, sweets!
Skull-shaped silicone molds turn out supermoist individual cakes, which are even creeper topped with brainy icing.
Beware! Vosges chocolate skull pops are loaded with ingredients like dried ground chiles.
These eerie ceramic plates give a whole new meaning to eating meat off the bone.
This IV bag is filled with a replenishing fruit punch energy drink, no needles required.
A spiderweb-themed black lace cloth sets the mood for a spread of treats.