A Halloween party isn't complete without spooky snacks and treats. The easiest thing to do is to head to your local supermarket and stock up on multipacks of sweets and chocolate bars.
But if you fancy something with a bit of a Halloween twist, look out for special scary packs and limited edition ranges.
If you're making your own, you don't have to spend all day preparing a feast. We've got a few easy recipes using essential Halloween fare (yes, pumpkins make an appearance) but if you're looking for an easy win you can't go wrong with lots of carrot sticks, gruesome looking dips (guacamole) and anything with green or black food colouring added to it.
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