No time to do Halloween? Yes you do. All you need is biscuits...

 

Sugar-cream shortbread

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. 

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Chocolate-covered Oreo web

Incy wincy spider…

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Sugar wafer monsters

Kooky and brilliantly off the wall. Who knew the humble wafer had it in him? 

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Pretty scary party rings

This recipe asks for doughnuts, but we think a party ring turned upside down will work just as freakishly well. 

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Mini doughnut mania

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?

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Cretinous cookies

Get crafty with a cookie, Rich Tea or Hobnob and create sugary witches, skulls and slogans – boo!

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Wicked whoopie pies

Look into my eyes! No time to whip up the whoopies? Sandwich frosting between two cookies for the same effect.

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Zombie bites

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. 

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Creeper peeper cookies

Terrifying and tasty in equal measure – these white chocolate dipped Oreos can see into your soul.

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Vampire teeth marshmallow cookies

Bite me!

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Gruesome Garibaldi

This recipe bakes its own biscuits to use as a base, but we’d use a Garibaldi for extra ‘squat fly’ squeal appeal. 

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Spider sandwich

Oreos, Smarties and a set of liquorice legs – we’d happily get caught in this guy’s web. 

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Rich Tea finger ghosts

Make a spectre with white icing and chocolate nibs. Custard Cream biccies will work just as devilishly well.

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Funfetti bakes

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. 

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Severed finger food

Who knew a combination of raspberry jam, toasted almonds and shortbread could be so gruesome? 

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Day of the Dead

A ghoulishly good icing idea, inspired by the Mexican Day Of The Dead fiesta.

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