10 gloriously ghoulish Halloween food treats

October 11, 2017

10 gloriously ghoulish Halloween food treats

Spooky season is nearly upon us!

Halloween is coming up and there are so many fabulous food ideas out there to share. Today, I've been looking at sweet treats (bar the fingers, I couldn't resist including them). Yes, they are sugar laden, but with a bit of a think they can be modified to suit all tastes and needs. Have a look at these wonders....

Frankenstein marshmallow pops

These take some preparation but don't these sweet treats look fabulous? Marshmallow with a little chocolate thrown in, why not make this into a bit of a cooking/crafting session with your little critters?

Find out how to make them here.

Frankenstein marshmallow pops via justataste.com

A big bowl of worms

Not for the faint-hearted....how about a big bowl of worms? Yuck! They're incredibly realistic thanks to the way they're made, so much more fun than any shop bought worms (sorry Colin the Caterpillar).

Find out how to make them here.

Bowl of worms via instructables.com

Jiggly eyeballs

Super easy and fun to make, these will get the kids laughing. Simply use a raisin for the pupil and fill a mould with jelly (I tried a cup from a tea set and lined it with cling film to make it easy to pop out). Hey presto!

Find out how to make these here.

Jiggling eyeballs via funathomewiththekids.com

Severed fingers in a bun

If these don't turn your stomach then I don't know what will! Incredibly simple to prepare yet ghoulish enough to make the kids scream, they're a must if you want to go the whole hog.

You can read the full instructions on how to make them here.

 

Severed fingers via Partytipz.com

Dracula's Dentures

Easy-peasy to make and a complete crowd pleaser! Split a large chocolate chip cookie in half, spread both with vanilla frosting that you've coloured, on one half add mini marshmallows for teeth, almonds for fangs and then put them together....I make it sound so easy!

Find out how to make them here.

 

Dracula's dentures via the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

Spider pizza

I know most people or short on time nowadays, so for those who who are, yet still want to indulge in Halloween, then why not try the spider pizza? 

Really easy to prepare - either make or buy your pizza - and then slice your spider from black olives. Ta da!!

Find out more here.

 

Spider pizza via kidscraftplace.com

Chocolate graveyard

Delicious! I couldn't find the recipe for this one, but I think it's quite straightforward....a simple chocolate mousse, with crumbled chocolate biscuit on top, finished with a cookie headstone. What's not to love about this indulgent treat. A real eye-catcher for the halloween party table.

Chocolate graveyard via pinterest.com

Witches Hats

If you're into chocolate. then this is one for you. The Witches Hat. Filled with chocolate mousse, this is a dessert that will fill you to the brim.

Find out how to make it here.

Witches Hats via Wilton.com

Eerie Eyeball pops

These spooky eyeball pops make for a delicious little chocolate cake treat for kids - why not even ramp up the excitement and get them to decorate them?

Find out how to make them here.

Eerie eyeball pops via bbcgoodfood.com

Witches Hat surprise

If you want a treat, but don't want to go to all the trouble of making lots of different treats, then this may be your answer. Fill a cone with sweets and then seal the brim on with icing. Hey presto, when they bite in to the hat, they'll get a lovely surprise!

Find out more here

Witches Hat via itsalwaysautumn.com

Our next post will feature Halloween snacks that are a healthy alternative, keep your eyes peeled!

 




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