Get the party started with these terrifying homemade Halloween treats.
Wooo…! For a no-bake, time-saving alternative, use ready-made muffins. See recipe for Floating ghost muffins.
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.
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.
Cast a spell on your guests with this berrylicious brew. See recipe for Witches’ brew.
Get the whole family involved in decorating these terrifying treats. See recipe for Spooky gingerbread biscuits.
Sadly, Esmeralda didn’t have time for a manicure before loaning us her fingers. See recipe for Witches’ fingers.
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!
Send your taste buds high into the sky with these delicious feta cheese broomstick bites. See recipe for Broomstick cheese pastries.
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.
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.
The kids will go nuts for these delicious chocolate horrors. See recipe for Chocolate mini roll bats.