No time to do Halloween? Yes you do. All you need is biscuits...
Proving you don’t have to be an artist to make a work of art – sometimes a splodge of coloured icing and some googly eyes is all you need.
Incy wincy spider…
Kooky and brilliantly off the wall. Who knew the humble wafer had it in him?
This recipe asks for doughnuts, but we think a party ring turned upside down will work just as freakishly well.
OK, so a doughnut might not officially be a biscuit – but can you blame us for including these delicious little things in our line up?
Get crafty with a cookie, Rich Tea or Hobnob and create sugary witches, skulls and slogans – boo!
Look into my eyes! No time to whip up the whoopies? Sandwich frosting between two cookies for the same effect.
Take one round shortbread, cookie or biscuit of choice and get messy with icing and candy treats. Imperfection here is the name of the game – the wonkier and wilder the better.
Terrifying and tasty in equal measure – these white chocolate dipped Oreos can see into your soul.
This recipe bakes its own biscuits to use as a base, but we’d use a Garibaldi for extra ‘squat fly’ squeal appeal.
Oreos, Smarties and a set of liquorice legs – we’d happily get caught in this guy’s web.
Make a spectre with white icing and chocolate nibs. Custard Cream biccies will work just as devilishly well.
Simple yet effective – liberally sprinkle green and orange Funfetti over the biscuit of your choice and you’ll be ‘trick or treat’ ready in an instant.
Who knew a combination of raspberry jam, toasted almonds and shortbread could be so gruesome?
A ghoulishly good icing idea, inspired by the Mexican Day Of The Dead fiesta.