Get the party started with these terrifying homemade Halloween treats.

1. Floating ghost muffins

 

Wooo…! For a no-bake, time-saving alternative, use ready-made muffins. See recipe for Floating ghost muffins.

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2. Boo-nanas

 

Fruit gets freaky with these easy-peasy boo-nanas. Simple dab three spots of honey onto a peeled banana and stick on chocolate chip eyes and mouths.

 

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3. Mini pumpkins

 

Add these cute Halloween snacks into the fruity mix by chopping up ‘stalks’ of kiwi fruit and inserting into the top of a peeled tangerine. 

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Boo-nanas and mini pumpkins

4. Witches' brew

 

Cast a spell on your guests with this berrylicious brew. See recipe for Witches’ brew.

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5. Spooky gingerbread biscuits

 

Get the whole family involved in decorating these terrifying treats. See recipe for Spooky gingerbread biscuits.

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6. Witches’ fingers

 

Sadly, Esmeralda didn’t have time for a manicure before loaning us her fingers. See recipe for Witches’ fingers.

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7. Vampire’s punch

 

Pour in 1 part cranberry juice to 3 parts lemonade, add a squeeze of lime, throw in a handful of gummi worms and watch your frightful concoction fizz!

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Vampire’s punch

8. Broomstick cheese pastries

 

Send your taste buds high into the sky with these delicious feta cheese broomstick bites. See recipe for Broomstick cheese pastries

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9. Pumpkin seed, black treacle and ginger squares

 

For a more grown-up Halloween option, these treacle and ginger squares are devilishly scrumptious. See recipe for Pumpkin seed, black treacle and ginger squares.

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Not sure you can get away with those last-minute ‘ghostly jacket potatoes’ or ‘petrifying pizzas’ this year? Cook up a storm this Halloween with these spine-tinglingly tasty treats.

 

10. Chocolate mini roll bats

 

The kids will go nuts for these delicious chocolate horrors. See recipe for Chocolate mini roll bats.

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