Even You Can Probably Make the 10 Most-Pinned Homemade Halloween Foods, And They're Cool AF

Think pizza skulls, poison apples, and toxic mac and cheese.

If you're a Pinterest user who is interested in food, you've probably pinned many an idea that was far too aspirational to actually make yourself (at least not with any success). But Pinterest is out with its top 10 10 DIY Halloween food and drink trends from the company's annual Pinfrights report, and we must say they mainly look pretty doable. Plus, they include lots of just badass, spooky, cool stuff that will make you feel pretty smug about your efforts. So who's ready to try...

1.  Mini Caramel Apples

Eating a whole caramel apple might screw up your teeth, but these adorable teeny tiny mini ones can't do too much damage, right? Plus you can make several pops out of one apple.

2.  Rice Krispy Pumpkins

Yes, they're basic, but more than 150,000 users have pinned these easy treats this year, which is almost 29 times more than in 2016.

3.  Band-Aid Biscuits

Some vanilla wafers, icing, and bloody strawberry jam are enough to make these "biscuits," so named as they were developed in Australia.

4.  Pizza Skulls

Pizza skulls are simple showstoppers for a Halloween party; take it to the next level by serving different varieties of fillings.

5.  Poison Apples

A quick candy dip makes wholesome apples look deliciously sinister.

6.  Zombie Nachos

With cinnamon sugar pita chips and raspberry blood, these nachos are actually appropriate for dessert.

7.  Toxic Waste Mac and Cheese

What's awesome about this mac and cheese is that the toxic waste look comes from frozen spinach, so it's a healthyish entree to start with before trick or treating festivities ensue.

8.  Black Lemonade

Indulge your inner goth with lemonade spiked with the blackest of activated charcoal. You know, black like your soul.

9.  Eyeball Pong

There are more than 75,000 drinking game ideas on Pinterest, but this is by far the most popular.

10.  Specimen Cups

If you're going for big gross factor, this mango-lemon gelatin shot is highly effective.

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