SPOOKY HALLOWEEN RECIPES THAT WILL DELIGHT YOUR TUMMY
Added on: 31st Oct 2016
SPIDER EGGS: AVOCADO AND WASABI DEVILED EGGS
Blueberries are the secret ingredient to make these eggs
spectacularly spooky looking, while the combination of
wasabi and avocado give them a creamy kick. A perfect
bite to have waiting at home after Trick or Treat, the
protein in the eggs will help offset any sugar crashes
later in the evening.
EYE POPPING CAKE POPS!
An eye catching treat, these eyeball cake pops will make
your guests do a double take. You can even use red
velvet cake for an extra surprise inside. Perfect for
wrapping up and handing out at the office or to classmates.
THE PERFECT FALL CHEESE BALL
A quick and pretty appetizer, this pumpkin-shaped cheese ball
will appeal to children and adults alike (because who doesn’t
like cheese?). It can even be made a day ahead and
garnished right before serving, giving you less time in the
kitchen the day of your party.
SPICED RUM CUPCAKES WITH BOOZY BUTTERCREAM
Shiver me frostings! These cupcakes are definitely for the
adult table, but don’t hesitate because of that. Spicy and
sweet with the magical kick of dark rum, these cupcakes
are perfect for any swashbuckling soiree or, well, any excuse
you can think of. The extra cinnamon in the buttercream
really gives these treats a cosy full flavour, making
these cupcakes a great any Halloween or fall party.
BLOOD CLOT BISCUTS
Four ingredients and easy prep, these delicious “clots” are
really biscuit dough cooked in cherry pie filling, making
them suitable for Halloween breakfast. Whenever you
choose to eat them, they’re a sweet and creepy dish that’s
sure to make your guests hesitate for a moment before
diving in (but once they do, you’ll probably need to
make another batch in short order).
GOOEY MONSTER COOKIES
How cute are these? Bright happy Halloween cookies,
perfect for the novice or experienced baker. These are a
soft cookie made with cake mix and cream cheese,
giving them a somewhat gooey texture. If you have
little helping hands, they can add the eyeballs. Neon
food colouring was used to get the extra bright colours
shown here, but any colour, even black, can be
used to match your party theme.
What an interesting an unexpected centrepiece for your
Halloween table or sandwich tray. Meat Head is simple
to assemble, if a little bit time consuming, but oh, so
worth it. He can be made a day ahead, wrapped in
plastic and kept in the fridge until party time. Any
sliced meat you prefer can be used, so try mixing it up
with prosciutto for a more jagged peeling look, or even
thin layers of cheese over the meat for a still
A suitably creepy vegan treat, this takes a watermelon and
turns it into brains. Serve on a platter surrounded by
other fruit or in a punch bowl filled with red punch for a
spooky stew; these brains are as much decor as dessert.
CHEESY HALLOWEEN BREADSTICK BONES
Bread? Cheese? Yes please! These bony bread sticks can
be made with homemade or store bought pizza dough and
served with bloody (marinara) dipping sauce. A clever way
to convince your little guys and ghouls to eat some
real food between the candy.