Carving pumpkins. Choosing costumes. Cueing up corny monster songs.
Think beyond the candy corn this year and impress your family with eye-popping, mouthwatering snacks that look and taste amazing. Try out some of our favorites below. We recommend taking pictures before you dig in, though, because these dishes won’t last long.We've got cheesy & spooky halloween treats! Get the all of the festive tricks for your halloween #cabotcheese Click To Tweet
Serve Up Spooky Shapes
Food Network came up with this genius Candy Corn Cheese Tower – talk about a creative twist on a classic Halloween candy style! We love saving the cheesy scraps leftover from carving for a delicious fondue recipe too.
Serve up these bone-shaped cornmeal cheddar breadsticks for your Halloween. Bone-Appetit!
Put those Halloween-themed cookie cutters to work! There’s no need to buy crackers; these fun cheesy crackers are super simple to make – and with just a few ingredients, kiddos can help make these into fun festive shapes for the season.
These festive crackers are (almost) too spooky to eat!
Use Nature as a Bowl
There are always pumpkins a plenty around Halloween. When you’re buying pumpkins for carving this year, pick up an extra one for this amazing mac and cheese recipe. It’s loaded with award-winning Cabot sharp cheddar–then baked right in the pumpkin!
Cheese Balls—Two Ways
If the kids have room after they sample this year’s finest candy, they’ll love this festive-looking Pumpkin Holiday Cheese Ball. You can make it extra kid-friendly by subbing in Cabot Mild Cheddar.
Grown-ups will go crazy for this Pumpkin Herb Cheese Ball from Running to the Kitchen made with cream cheese and grated white cheddar and coated in pumpkin seeds (hint…it goes great with a glass of bold red wine).
Make this Halloween all about food, family, and fun. Cheers!