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Hosting a party — or séance — this Halloween? Hoping to serve palate-pleasing snacks to your ghosts and goblins without the scary prices? You’re not alone. (Bwahaha!)

For Lily Munsters and Daddy Draculas on the prowl for devilishly delicious recipes that don’t suck their savings dry, here are a few spook-tacular recipes that fit the bill:


Halloween Googly-Eye and Spider Brownie Bites

Halloween Googly-Eye and Spider Brownie Bites

Get tricked or treated with these rich brownie bites, decorated with honey-sweetened pumpkin and cream cheese frosting. Tip: Download a coupon for Whole Foods Market® Two-Bite® Belgian Chocolate Brownies before you shop.

No-Bake Halloween Cookies

No-Bake Halloween Cookies

Cut these chewy marshmallow and corn flake cookies into other Halloween shapes, too.


Creepy Ginger Ale with Spooky Ice Cubes

Creepy Ginger Ale with Spooky Ice Cubes

Blood-red, raspberry ice cubes are fun for tricks and treats alike. As the ice cubes melt, the soda will turn red!

Popcorn Party Mix

Popcorn Party Mix

This tasty take on caramel corn can be enjoyed loose or shaped into popcorn balls for a Halloween treat. 

Before heading out for candy collecting, fuel up without the frightening prices. The Whole Deal® value guide makes it easy with 17 Sure Deals, $50+ in coupons, 10 new recipes (all under $4 per serving) and money-saving tips. 

What are your must-have recipes for a Halloween party? 

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Gerald Moore says …

Thanks Whole Foods

Clip Creative and PR says …

Thanks for sharing. The No-Bake Halloween Cookies look delicious!


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Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@JUAN - We have a great recipe database on our website. You can search for specific recipes on the advanced search option to find specific dietary restrictions. You can find the recipes at http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipes.