The ideal Halloween menu should seem a little spooky but still taste great — more treats than tricks, so to speak. Whether your dinner party is grown-ups only, or there are teens at the table, this lineup of dishes may look and sound scary, without sacrificing an ounce of flavor. From savory appetizers to a sinfully delicious dessert, this creepy menu is missing just one thing: a cook to whip it up!

Mushroom, Brie, and Thyme Melts

There's something a little bit sinister about mushrooms, and paired with sinfully rich and gooey Brie cheese, these triple mushroom, Brie, and thyme melts are an evil treat for your dinner guests.

Source: Cooking For Keeps

Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

Not every item on a Halloween menu needs to be obviously spooky. These balsamic brussels sprouts are coated with an ooey-gooey balsamic drizzle that looks dark and dangerously delicious.

Source: Alexandra Cooks

Mummy Hot Dogs

While it may not seem like the most adult item, mummy hot dogs add a fun, kitschy touch and are sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Source: Damn Delicious

Blood-Orange Miso Scallops

What's a spooky dinner without a little bit of blood? These blood-orange miso scallops fit the theme while avoiding the ick factor.

Source: Kitchenette

Poison Apples

Take the evening to the sinister side with these poison toffee apples that are worthy of the darkest Disney villain.

Source: Simply Delicious