Fall is finally here and Halloween is fast approaching. Whether you’re having a full-out costume party or a small get-together to watch scary movies, yummy snacks are a necessity. It’s easy to order pizza or make a huge pot of chili, but why not try something fun and festive? Below are a few great Halloween recipes that are sure to please any crowd.

Spiderweb Pizza

You can never go wrong with pizza! This recipe for Spooky Spiderweb Pizza from Betty Crocker is simple and delicious. In addition, it only requires a few super easy-to-find ingredients. Add whatever toppings you like, or skip them altogether to please everyone at the party. Just don’t get too topping-crazed so as to not ruin the spider web effect!

Mummy Dogs

We’ve heard of Pigs in a Blanket, but these Mummy Dogs from Make Life Delicious are absolutely adorable, not to mention perfect for a Halloween party! As an added bonus, they couldn’t be simpler to make! This recipe is great for ghouls and gals of all ages, not to mention mess-free.

Pumpkin Veggie Tray

Non-messy finger foods are great for large (or small) get-togethers, and with all the other sweets you’re sure to have, veggies are a must! This fun, pumpkin veggie tray from Taste of Home is super simple, affordable, and healthy! Mix up your favorite dips from scratch, or purchase a pre-made version and start arranging your vegetables into a fun pumpkin face!

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts

So you’ve got veggies, but now we need some fruit to “counteract” all the sugary sweets you plan to nosh on this All Hallows’ Eve. How cute are these chocolate covered strawberry ghosts?! A somewhat-healthy treat from Muffin Tin Mom, these scary snacks are perfect for any Halloween bash!

Halloween Bundt Cake

Okay, so this recipe might not be the quickest and easiest to conquer, but it’s just so neat (and we have faith in your culinary skills)! A perfectly spooky dessert, this Halloween Bundt Cake from Cooking With Sugar requires surprisingly few ingredients — with food coloring being the most important, of course. Even better, it uses store-bought cake mixes and frosting! Get a few friends together pre-party and have fun with the preparations as well!

What spooky treats do you plan to serve this Halloween?