These Halloween crescent roll recipes are perfect for your next Halloween party or Halloween night when you are passing out candy. They get you into the holiday season and make great Halloween appetizers.
Holidays are a time when you can make long-lasting memories. Some of my fondest memories are from celebrating holidays are a kid. My mom always made the holidays special.
Now, I like to find a fun recipe my kids and I can make together like these (Halloween worms in dirt recipe). These recipes end up becoming family traditions that hopefully they will carry on with their future children.
My kids love our Halloween dinner: Spooky ghost shepherd's pie recipe because of the fun ghosts on top. They also love to make these simple Halloween sandwiches and a Charbooterie board when it is spooky season. Or to take to school or show their friends at your Halloween brunch or this witches night out party.
Our witches night out Halloween party is always a hit because you can dress up and drink these smoking Halloween mocktails. While you're at it, you can check out our Halloween charcuterie board. It's a fun Halloween recipe you'll love.
And if you need some last minute guy Halloween costumes ideas, we've got those as well.
Why you should make these recipes
- They are great for the Halloween season
- You can dip (most of) them in your favorite dipping sauce (like a dab of mustard, melted butter with garlic powder, or melted chocolate chips if the recipe is sweet)
- Little kids will love these fun Halloween treats
- You can shake up your party with a fun appetizer
Halloween Hot Dog Spiders
These Halloween Hot Dog Spiders are a perfect spooky bite for kids and adults alike! Only 3 ingredients, these hot dog crescent rolls are sure to be a hit at your next Halloween gathering!
Halloween Veggie Pizza
Halloween Veggie Pizza – A spooky themed graveyard pizza featuring a flavorful ranch cream cheese covered crust, topped with colorful veggies and “tombstone” crackers.
Easy Mummy Mozzarella Sticks (in Crescent Dough) for Halloween
Mummy mozzarella sticks in crescent dough turn string cheese into a perfect snack for Halloween parties or a way to fuel up before a night of Trick or Treating. Kids and adults will both love these gooey baked cheesy breadsticks.
Gluten-Free Crescent Rolls (The BEST Ever!)
These gluten-free crescent rolls are literally the BEST you have ever tasted! Use this recipe if you need a gluten-free option for this adorable food ideas.
Halloween Snickers Mummy Treats
You can make easy Halloween Snickers mummy treats with just a few ingredients. Pillsbury crescent rolls, fun size Snickers, powdered sugar, and cute candy eyes come together for a great mummy dessert everyone will love, especially the kids or anyone with a sweet tooth! They make a nice dessert or a worthy addition to your Halloween buffet table.
Cheese Stuffed Pumpkin Shaped Bites – Crescent Roll Hack
These 3-ingredient cheese stuffed pumpkin shaped bites are super-easy to make. They are a great snack for Thanksgiving or Halloween. This pumpkin shaped cheese appetizer wrapped in Pillsbury crescent roll dough will make a nice treat this Halloween. This is a crescent roll hack you need to try!
Crescent Roll Witch Hats
Conjure up some magical Crescent Roll Witch Hats for your Halloween party.
These festive appetizers are sure to impress your guests.
Mummy Halloween Hot Dogs
Considering this 4-ingredient Halloween dinner is so simple, you should definitely make mummy hot dogs this year. This scary hot dog snack is great for everyone, especially the kids, since they’re fun to look at and tasty to eat. If you love hot dogs, you are going to love spooky pigs in a blanket.
Mummy Jalapeno Poppers
Air Fryer Mummy Jalapeno Poppers are an easy, delicious, and adorable Halloween appetizer idea. Pillsbury crescent rolls, cream cheese, and jalapenos combine into a cute Halloween food that is perfect for any Halloween party or Halloween charcuterie board.
Spooky-Cute Cheesy Ghost Crescent Rolls
Halloween Party Food: Crescent Roll Witch Hats
I like sweets and dessert tables as much as the next ghoul, but if you’re hosting a party you will probably want to serve something in addition to all of those sugary goodies. Something that tastes good and goes with the Halloween theme will please the discriminating party monsters—something like these Pillsbury® Crescent Roll Witch Hats.
These Stuffed Crescent Rolls got a spooky makeover right in time for your next Halloween dinner party! These Halloween Icky Intestines are insanely tasty and ghoulishly fun!
Spider Taco Ring
If you love crescent rolls and are as obsessed with tacos as we are, this Halloween-inspired appetizer is calling your name. Created to playfully represent a spider with crescent roll legs and a crescent roll ring body stuffed with a beefy taco-spiced filling, it’s equal parts cute, creepy, and downright tasty.
Witch Finger Breadsticks Made with Crescent Rolls
Tips for success
- Use parchment paper - Put parchment paper between the rolls when storing so they do not stick together.
- Air fryer clean up - Line the air fryer basket with aluminum foil before placing the pieces of dough. This way, you won't have to clean the basket.
- Use a prepared baking sheet - Use a non-stick cookie sheet or spray with cooking spray. If you use an ungreased baking sheet, the crescent dough sheets sticking will stick to the cookie sheet.
- Golden brown is key - Always keep an eye on your crescent rolls recipe and make sure the top is a light golden brown color.
- Save some for yourself - I know getting caught up in the recipe is easy, especially if you are making it for a party, but sit down and enjoy your hard work. The best part of baking is eating what you make!
Storage and Freezing
Storing - Always allow these Halloween themed recipes to get to room temperature before storing them in an airtight container. Depending on the recipe, you can store them in the fridge or on the counter.
Make sure you read the instructions for the recipe you use. Most food will last up to 3-4 days after baking.
Freezing - You can freeze crescent rolls for up to 2 months. When you are ready to cook them, take out of the freezer and bake them in the oven at 100 degrees for an hour to an hour and 15 minutes to rise. Then bake as directed.