Instead of filling up on candy, enjoy these devilishly delicious appetizers on the spookiest night of the year. If you are hosting a party or just a guest bringing food, let your slow cooker do the work for you. Set up a chili bar with toppings or lay out a spread complete with pumpkin hummus, butternut squash queso, and sweet potato tots. We love soup as an easy appetizer or light dinner on Halloween because hosts can focus on their costume as the soup simmers on the stove and guests can help themselves throughout the night. Most of these healthy Halloween appetizers can be made ahead of time, too, and served right before the first trick-or-treater rings the doorbell. 

Cooking Light
September 24, 2012