17 Halloween food ideas for any party
And if you really want to impress, we’ve got plenty of big bakes for you to master this year, including a peanut butter drip cake adorned with ghoulish meringue ghosts.
Chicken strips coated in crisps then baked makes a spooktacular Halloween recipe especially when dipped in the tomato ketchup blood sauce.
Create a bit of excitement at your next party with these Halloween-inspired cheesy pastry morsels. Horrifyingly moreish – they’ll vanish fast.
Garibaldi biscuits might win for ‘dead flies’ in a biscuit, but these win for pies! This sweet Halloween pie recipe is similar to jam tarts and is perfect for children to help make.
Celebrate Halloween with these easy-to-make chocolate cookies shaped like ghosts or bats – your choice. The whole family will enjoy these creepy sweet treats.
A brilliant recipe for halloween or a tasty way to use up seasonal pumpkin, give this autumnal scone recipe a go. Make sure to serve with plenty of butter!
Use the pumpkin flesh from your Halloween lantern to rustle up these moist and moreish pumpkin muffins, topped with cream cheese icing.
Have these simple cheesy broomstick biscuits ready to serve to visitors at Halloween.
Make this Halloween extra spooky with chocolate spiderweb cupcakes. Easy-to-make and even easier to eat – these are treats that the whole family will enjoy.
This recipe for blood-sucking ‘jellies in an orange’ makes the perfect treat for children at Halloween. Dare you to bite into one…!
Wiggly jelly worms are a must for any Halloween party and these couldn’t be simpler to make.
Warning: may be terrifyingly tasty. This mummified tart, filled with blackberry jam, is guaranteed to shock, amuse and please – a (horror) showstopper if we ever did see one.
Okay, so it’s technically not a Halloween-themed snack but NO party is complete without our giant sausage roll. It’s a recipe guaranteed to please the whole family and it’s fun for the kids to get involved with, too.
These ultimate toffee apples are the perfect Halloween or Bonfire Night treat. Simple, but effective, they’re perfect for children and adults alike.
Our easy-to-make mini meringue ghosts are the perfect treat for Halloween. Give them to trick-or-treaters who come knocking or use them to top our spectacular celebration cake.
Make the most of pumpkin while it’s in season with this special sticky toffee cupcake recipe – a great sweet treat for your next Halloween get-together.
Make these hot maple syrup-soaked oranges with children for a fruity treat at Halloween
Take your hot chocolate to the next level – serve it with an Oreo, dark chocolate and toasted marshmallow s’more floating on the top for the ultimate movie night treat.
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