Monday, 31 October 2016

Trick or Treat?

Whether you are holding your first party in your new home or having a spooky family get together, Halloween is the perfect time of year to whip up a few treats in your kitchen.

Believed to have originated from Celtic harvest festivals and on the eve of All Hallows Day, Halloween has become ever more popular over recent years. To help you pull off a frighteningly good night, we’ve found some ghoulish recipes that will have everyone howling with delight…

Little ones will love these Frankenstein cupcakes or, if you’re looking for something a little less time consuming, try these giant black widow spiders. Alternatively, keep things healthy and make fruit more exciting with this monster fruit bowl.

Savoury treats can also get the Halloween treatment, with these delicious Sausage mummy dippers or Monster bites that will ensure your visitors don’t go hungry.

Don’t forget to give drinks a scary edge and try this Halloween witches brew complete with severed hand or, if you’re looking for something to keep the adults entertained try these Vampire cocktails, after all who says you can’t have a grown up dinner party up with a scary twist? Team your cocktails with Halloween-themed stuffed peppers, spooky spaghetti and even baked camembert.

If you don’t feel like making the food yourself head to Tesco or M&S and order pre-prepared party food, leaving you plenty of time to sort out the decorations and the spooky atmosphere!


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