Ten Spooky Halloween Recipes


All the recipes you need for the spookiest Halloween ever!

We have a spooky Halloween edition of ten at ten this week to help inspire you for any parties or Halloween celebrations you have planned. Thanks to Claire who blogs at Foodie Quine for this spooktacular post.

Over to Claire…

Halloween is a complete godsend when it comes to getting crafty with food and drinks. There is just so much scope to play with. Here are some of my favourite freaky foods from fellow Foodies 100 bloggers. Are you brave enough to try them?

  • Zombie brain chocolates. A fun treat from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary that’s easy enough for the kids to make. Eat them if you dare!
  • Jo’s Kitchen spooky carrot soup might make you feel like someone is watching you. But it’s delicious and tasty and will keep you warm on a cold autumn night.
  • This toxic swamp smoothie from Fuss Free Flavours is packed with fruit and veggies to balance all that Halloween candy.
  • Spooky spider energy balls from Eats Amazing are nut free so perfect for adding a bit of creepiness to lunch boxes this Halloween.
  • Crisp, tasty and great for handing out to trick-or-treaters. I love the sound of Family Friends Food’s Halloween spiced honey shortbread
  • Ghost rice krispie pops from Kerry Cooks are too cute to be scary. Quick and easy to make and perfect for kids to help with too!
  • Feed your hungry little ghouls something delicious and filling. Mac and cheese baked inside a pumpkin from Supergolden Bakes.
  • Spook your party guests with scary but tasty spiderweb peppermint squares. A zombie green millionaires shortbread variation from Feeding Boys and a Firefighter.
  • Not actually sure I could bring myself to eat the oozing slime cakes & gory brain cakes from A Mummy Too. Her post also includes some fab printable potion labels.
  • Supper in the Suburbs gets creative with Halloween character cupcakes. Ghosts, pumpkins, Frankenstein, witches and more.

Thank you Claire, all our parties are going to be amazing now. You can find out more from Claire at Foodie Quine, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

If you would like to write a ten at ten post email Nova at foodies100@fleaenterprises.com

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Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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