The Scariest Foods for Your Next Office Halloween Party
Boo! It's that time of year when office administrators and facility managers across the nation are racking their brains, trying to conjure up the spookiest, most memorable Halloween party for their colleagues. You've got the decorations, costumes, and playlist down, but what about the food? Fear not, dear party planners, because we've got your back. These spine-tingling DIY treats will have your coworkers shrieking with delight, and maybe just a hint of terror!
Dishes to Consider For Your Office Halloween Party:
Let's kick off this haunted culinary journey with a classic favorite – Crescent Mummy Dogs. Simply wrap crescent roll dough around hot dogs to create a delicious and eerie twist. Add mustard or ketchup for the mummy's "bandages," and voilà! You've got a snack that's sure to mummify your taste buds.
Deviled eggs get a macabre makeover with this spooky twist. After making your traditional deviled eggs, top each one with a sliced olive to create a creepy "eyeball" effect. They're almost too ghastly to eat...almost.
No Halloween party is complete without some witchcraft in the kitchen. Create Witch's Fingers by forming flesh-tinted sugar cookie dough into long, gnarled digits. Add a sliced almond at the tip for the perfect witch's nail. Serve them with a side of "witch's brew" (green punch) for extra oomph.
For a ghoulish dessert, prepare "Worms in Dirt." Layer chocolate pudding with crushed chocolate cookies and top it off with gummy worms crawling through the "dirt." It's a spine-chilling treat that's equally delicious.
Transform your ordinary spinach or artichoke dip into something truly frightening by shaping it into a brain. Place the dip in a brain-shaped mold or create the shape by hand, and add red food coloring to give it a ghastly appearance. Pair it with tortilla chips for a deliciously brainy experience.
For a savory snack, turn your pizza into a Spiderweb Pizza. After baking your pizza, use sour cream or ranch dressing to pipe a web-like pattern on top. Place a black olive spider in the center, and you've got a slice of spidery delight.
End the party on a sweet, spooky note with a Graveyard Cake. Bake your favorite cake, frost it with dark-colored icing, and use crushed chocolate cookies to create a graveyard scene. Add gummy worms and ghoulish tombstones to complete the look. Just don't be surprised if guests start digging for treats in the cake!
Make your next Halloween a memorable one for the entire office! With this list of fun Halloween treats you're well on your way to hosting a spooktacular event that will leave your coworkers talking for weeks. Remember, the key to a successful Halloween party is to have fun with it. Go all out with the decorations, costumes, and food, and your office Halloween party will be a hair-raising hit. So, don your witch's hat, sharpen your vampire fangs, and get ready to serve up some spine-tingling delights at the spookiest office party of the year!
If you are not a crafty DIYer, have no fear. Join the Sharebite Meal Benefits Platform and let us cater your office’s upcoming Halloween party (or corporate meeting, holiday party, or weekly recurring meals for the office). Schedule a call with Sharebite to learn more. Our team is ready to chat about your options and customize a plan that works for your business whether you have in-office, remote or hybrid employees.