When the air becomes crisp and the leaves begin to change, it can only mean one thing: Halloween is just around the corner! While traditional Halloween treats like candy and caramel apples are always a hit, why not shake things up this year and host a Halloween BBQ?
Imagine the glowing grill glowing in the dark, eerie glow of the Halloween decorations – a perfect blend of tastes and spooky vibes.
In this blog post, we’ll guide you through a tantalizing journey of Halloween BBQ ideas that will leave your guests screaming for more. You are in for a frightfully fun treat!
Halloween BBQ Food Ideas
There are so many delicious Halloween recipes to enjoy at your Halloween parties, but these BBQ ones will be a favorite for sure.
Kids will love these easy to make spooky treats! Just wrap a hot dog with store bought crescent rolls, and you are good to go! If you love simple recipes, then this adorable Halloween BBQ meal idea is the one for you!
Make these pulled chicken sliders that look like monsters at your BBQ! These adorable and slightly scary sandwiches are perfect to serve to kids because they are easy to make ahead of time, which means you can eat and get on your way trick or treating!
This spooky appetizer or side is perfect to serve this year at your Halloween party! Just cut a jalapeño in half, stuff with cream cheese and wrap in a puff pastry before you grill it. Dab a bit of sour cream and olive pieces on top to make eyes and serve immediately.
Pumpkins are the quintessential symbol of fall, and they can be more than just jack-o'-lanterns. Turn your Halloween BBQ into a pumpkin patch delight by grilling slices of pumpkin brushed with a maple glaze. These tender, slightly sweet pumpkin slices will perfectly complement the smoky flavors of the grill.
Set the stage for a truly enchanting Halloween BBQ with a bubbling cauldron filled with a hearty chili. If you're in Pennsylvania, like me, where it's cold at Halloween, then your BBQ guests will be intrigued by the cauldron's eerie ambiance and delighted by the savory warmth of the chili.
Krista and her husband Chris created Oh She Cooks to help people find easy recipes and answers to food questions. Krista lives in Pittsburgh, PA with her husband and 3 children and enjoys traveling, eating good food and crochet.