Halloween is a good time to break out a few fun treats, whether its to feed trick or treaters or just to entertain the family. This collection of recipes has a selection of sweet and savoury recipes which will provide some inspiration for a party, entertaining after school snacks or just some tasty options.
A few years ago we had a combined Halloween party for my children’s birthday just after we had moved house. The timing was less than ideal but we had a lot of fun decorating with cobwebs and pumpkin tea lights. We tied mini donuts to the washing line, bobbed for apples (not a good idea really for young children) and played wrap the mummy with toiler paper. It’s a pity that I didn’t have this recipe collection at the time but we did organise an amazing spooky castle cake!
Included in this collection are some fun fruit snacks with;
- Candy Fruit Canes
- Monster Apple Bites
- Banana Ghosts
- Clementine Pumpkins
- Bat energy bites
Or you can enjoy a few savoury options with;
- Spiders on a log (celery and peanut butter)
- Mini spider web pizzas
- Spooky spider devilled eggs
- Creepy crawly spider pretzels.
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Let me know if you make any of the recipes and which ones were tastiest!
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