Well, if you need Halloween brunch menu ideas, I provide that in this article. Do you want to host a Halloween brunch, but don’t know what kind of food to prepare? If you’re looking forward to celebrating Halloween with family, friends and co-workers this year, here’s a list of fun and festive brunch menu ideas for you. Of course there are many other restaurant-inspired Halloween brunch meals that are delicious, too. If these aren’t enough, make sure to browse the rest of our recipes.
Halloween Brunch Menu Ideas
1. Your Little Trick-or-Treaters Will Love These Tasty Halloween Brunch Breakfast Options
2 of 24 Apple Cider Doughnuts
3 of 24 Halloween Trick Or Treat Pancakes
4 of 24 The Big Cinnamon Roll
5 of 24 Candy Corn Donuts
6 of 24 Pumpkin Streusel Muffins
7 of 24 Homemade Pop Tarts
8 of 24 Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl
9 of 24 Cinnamon-Pecan Breakfast Bread Pudding
10 of 24 Boo-nanas
11 of 24 Pancake Bake with Cinnamon Streusel
12 of 24 Easy Cinnamon Roll Pumpkins
13 of 24 Snickerdoodle Doughnut Hole Muffins
14 of 24 Pumpkin-Buttermilk Biscuits with Crispy Ham and Honey Butter
15 of 24 Pumpkin Spice-Chocolate Marble Bread
16 of 24 Pumpkin Roll
17 of 24 Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
18 of 24 Sugar-and-Spice Apple Muffins
19 of 24 Cinnamon Roll Casserole
20 of 24 Pecan Pancakes with Caramel Apple Topping
21 of 24 Apple Crumb Muffins
22 of 24 Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread
23 of 24 Steel Cut Oatmeal With Apples
24 of 24 Pumpkin Pop Tarts
Also Try Out These Recipes
1. Pumpkin Pie Smoothie
This healthy Pumpkin Pie Smoothie is such an easy halloween breakfast, and we love it! We make this smoothie year round, but it’s particularly fitting on halloween morning. Use canned pumpkin puree, or use fresh pumpkin puree that you may have from any leftover halloween pumpkins.
Pumpkin Pie Smoothie (GF)
2. Jack-O’-Lantern Fruit Bowls
Halloween breakfast foods don’t have to be laden with sugar. Jack-O-Lantern fruit bowls make a healthy fruity breakfast on halloween morning. This is a fun recipe for kids, or you can also make this for adults!
Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cups
3. Dracula Pancakes
Look at how much fun you can have decorating pancakes with fresh fruit! You can use any pancake as a base for this Dracula breakfast. And it might be fun to let your kids decorate their own pancakes. Just set out the cut fresh fruit, and a photo of this Dracula pancake to let them recreate it themselves.
Halloween Pancakes – Fork and Beans
4. Nutella Banana Mummy Rolls
Mummies may look complicated, but they are actually easy to wrap with crescent sheets. This is a great step-by-step guide that teaches you how to fold these fun Nutella Banana Mummies. Get your kids to help out with this halloween breakfast food!
5. Pumpkin Greek Yogurt Breakfast Bowl
This Pumpkin Greek Yogurt Bowl is a halloween breakfast that’s suitable for the entire family. It’s very easy to make this healthy breakfast using canned pumpkin puree. This breakfast is also great for babies and toddlers.
Pumpkin Greek Yogurt Breakfast Bowl (GF)
6. Frankenstein Green Smoothie Bowl
This is an easy halloween smoothie bowl for breakfast! Simply draw the face on a jar, make a green smoothie, and top with blueberries. This is a great halloween breakfast for any age, including toddlers.
7. Overnight Pumpkin Breakfast Casserole
You can prepare this Pumpkin Breakfast Casserole the night before, so the only thing you need to do on halloween morning is pop this big casserole in the oven! This makes a huge halloween breakfast casserole, so it’s a perfect breakfast for the entire family, or if you are looking to bring it for a work potluck.
8. Ghost Toast
I love how easy it is to make this Ghost Toast halloween breakfast idea. You just need a ghost cookie cutter on hand to turn this classic breakfast into a fun halloween themed breakfast.
9. The Best Pumpkin French Toast
This is the best Pumpkin French Toast. It uses real pumpkin and lots of pumpkin pie spice. We love this recipe. Not only is it tasty, it is super simple to make.
Make this on halloween morning to celebrate all things pumpkin!
10. Hot Pumpkin Spice For Halloween Breakfast
Try this Hot Pumpkin Spice Drink on halloween morning if you are looking for a coffee alternative. This drink is made with real pumpkins, and loaded with lots of favorite fall spices. We love this in the morning for breakfast, but it’s also great to warm up with after trick or treating.
Hot Pumpkin Spice Drink (GF, Vegan and Dairy-Free Option)
11. Jack O’Lantern Toasts
These Jack O’Lantern Toasts are so simple to make that even little kids can do it themselves. Use a cookie cutter or glass to cut the round toasts, then top with a cheese spread and decorate with olives and a green stem. Enjoy this healthy halloween breakfast before all the sugar that comes with trick or treating.
12. Chocolate Donut Spiders
You can make these easy Chocolate Donut Spiders in minutes! They make a really cute halloween breakfast treat. Just use your favorite mini chocolate donuts. And this is a fun halloween breakfast treat to bring to a pot luck.
Mini Chocolate Donut Spiders
13. Ghostly Hard Boiled Eggs
I love this simple breakfast idea for Ghostly Hard Boiled Eggs! You just need hard boiled eggs and two straws to make this easy halloween breakfast.
Ghost Hardboiled Eggs
14. Baked Pumpkin Donuts
You don’t need a deep fryer for these Baked Pumpkin Donuts. These pumpkin donuts are topped with a brown butter glaze to make a sweet halloween breakfast treat. The whole family will enjoy these on halloween morning.
These baked pumpkin donuts with brown butter glaze and will melt in your mouth.
15. Easy Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
These Easy Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls use a can of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls, so you can get this halloween breakfast on the table fast! Simply make the cinnamon rolls, and color them (with the included icing) to resemble pumpkins.
Cinnamon Roll Pumpkins
16. Apple Monsters
I love these Apple Monsters because they are so cute and easy to make for breakfast. And even more so, this healthy halloween breakfast idea is allergy friendly. You can make this breakfast for your kids, or you can give your kids the cut up fruit pieces, a photo of the monster, and let them assemble their own halloween breakfast.