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EC: Every Halloween Breakfast Recipe You'll Ever Need
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Whether you’re throwing your neighborhood’s scariest brunch party or just trying to freak out your family, these Halloween breakfast ideas will have your guests screaming with delight all morning long. It’s orange, green, and purple food coloring galore with generous servings of chocolate chips, whipped cream, and candy corn. After all, Halloween is the perfect excuse to eat candy for breakfast. From puffy pastry intestines to Rice Krispies brains, each Halloween breakfast recipe was curated with adults and kids in mind. Maybe your costume is the only thing you haven’t thought about for your Halloween brunch party? Don’t worry, we have you covered on that front, too. Our DIY Halloween costumes match what’s on your plate. Now that you’ve got a menu and a costume, you’re ready for brunch. These 20 breakfast ideas will get you in the spirit. Consider Halloween breakfast served.

Cinnamon Roll Pumpkins

Your imagination—with the help of store-bought cinnamon rolls and food coloring—can go a very long way. Pinch the ends of each roll and your breakfast will magically resemble your favorite fall gourd.

Halloween Yogurt Bark

This spooky vegan treat starts with a non-dairy yogurt base that’s topped with fresh fruit and homemade monster googly eyes. Your breakfast is waaaaatching you.

Crescent Roll Mummy Hot Dogs

Similar to pigs in a blanket, a tube of crescent rolls becomes bandages and mozzarella and olives form eyes to make the mummies come alive.

Icky Intestines Bread

Puff pastry, stuffed with raspberry sauce and cream cheese, is rolled and swirled into the shape of intestines to spook your guests. Mission accomplished? We think so.

Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl

Spinach, mango, and banana are blended together to make a mean, green smoothie that’s topped with blueberries to look like Frankenstein’s hair.

Coffin-Shaped Halloween Pop Tarts

Homemade Pop-Tarts are made easily with refrigerated pie crust, jam, and vanilla frosting. The only thing that’s not readily accessible at your grocery store is a coffin cookie cutter, but that’s why God invented Amazon.

Halloween Monster Doughnuts

Roll up to your favorite doughnut shop in the wee hours of the morning, buy a dozen of your favorite flavor and decorate them with fangs and M&M’s. RAWR!

Jack O' Lantern Waffles

These smiling pumpkins only require three ingredients: store bought waffle mix, orange food coloring, and mini chocolate chips.

Candy Corn Doughnuts

There’s actually no candy corn here, but you can sprinkle candy corn onto your doughnuts. We won’t judge.

Rice Krispy Treat Brains

Rice Krispies and melted marshmallows are shaped into brains and coated with red gel icing to create veins. Serve them on a metal tray to make this snack look even more terrifyingly real.

DIY Boo Nana Pops

Who says you can’t eat chocolate for breakfast? Slide banana halves onto popsicle sticks, dip them in white chocolate, and freeze those bad boys for breakfast.

Spider Eggs

No, those are not real spiders (but they could be if you want them to be). Powdered doughnut holes and plastic spiders combine for a sweet meal that’s creepy and crawly.

Green Monster Hash

Your favorite diner sides are all here: potato hash, scrambled eggs, and bacon. It’s just green for special effects.

Monster Hot Cocoa

Candy melts turn hot chocolate green for Halloween. Pour the cocoa into beakers and top with bone sprinkles to please all mad scientists.

Slime Monster Halloween Doughnuts

Here are your average baked doughnuts with one small addition: food coloring. Pieces of candy corn and gummy eyeballs complete the face of these cute monsters.

Creepy Crawly Spider Sandwich

Chocolate chip eyes and pretzel legs almost classify this peanut butter sandwich as dessert.

White Chocolate Monster Munch Chex Mix

Honey Nut Cheerios and Corn Chex are mixed into this monster munch recipe, so it’s obviously breakfast. Pretzels, M&M’s, candy corn, and chocolate chips are just sweet add-ons.

Baked Eyeball Eggs

This breakfast casserole is topped with runny eggs and Sriracha “veins” for a scary bake. You can use ketchup to resemble blood, too, if you’re not a fan of spice.

Silly Apple Bites

These green apple monsters look just like Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc. Their sunflower seed teeth and strawberry tongues make them slightly cuter.

Candy Corn Fruit Parfait

Orange and yellow fruit, like mandarin and pineapple, combined with whipped cream mimic the colors of candy corn for a healthy breakfast.