Here are 15 ghoulish treats and meals that actually look quite tasty! Mmmm shrunken cider head….Bon appetite!
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1. Tombstone Taco Dip
With layers of refried beans and other flavourful ingredients, this party dip will be a hit!
2. Pretzel Fingers
This is a quick, and super easy way to create a fun themed snack. You can also add some green food dye to the white chocolate, to create green fingers or use various sizes of pretzels!
3. Brownie Coffins
If you’ve made brownies before, this is a great way to give your recipe a festive twist.
4. Poisoned Apples
Adding the black food colouring is really what makes this recipe so cool! It’s a fast and easy treat, that can be wrapped and given away at a children’s Halloween party!
5. Gingerbread Skeletons
Using your cookie molds and some white icing, the gingerbread cookies are now spooky skeleton treats!
6. Dracula’s Dentures
Dracula would be so proud of these! Another simple and quick recipe that people will be asking you about!
7. Strawberry Ghosts
A fun twist to chocolate dipped strawberries, just add a frightened face, and voila, you’ve got creepy ghosts!Like this? Sign up for more family fun & free days out!
8. Deviled Eggs
They’re called deviled eggs, so why not dress up this appetiser with a little sinister pointed features from the one they get their name from?
9. Jack O Lantern Dip
Yellow cheddar cheese is the perfect pumpkin orange! With a little help from tortilla chips and olives, you will have a delicious dip!
10. Edible Eyeballs
Inspired by Pirates of the Caribbean, this fun desert recipe is spooky fun! Just place them in a jar to freak everyone out!
11. Pizza Mummies
Creating this fun snack is a breeze, using a crumpet, layer on some pizza sauce, cheese, and a few eye details, you have a mummy!
12. Cauldron of Green Curry
The green colour of this dish really does look like something a witch would brew in her cauldron! Now to find an actual cauldron to serve this in…
13. Hot Dog Mummies
These look delish! Any ready dough will do, all you need to do is cut it in to strips and wrap around the hot dog. The dips can be others, just according to preference. Quick and great to serve to kids!
14. Shrunken Heads in Cider
This is one spooky looking bowl of cider! You can either scare the children with this one, or add rum for the adult version of the drink.
15. Spiderweb Eggs
This recipe asks for blueberries, but black or dark blue food dye can also be used.
There you have it – hope these Halloween recipes come out looking half as good as these and you’re onto a winner!Like this? Sign up for more family fun & free days out!