It’s time to heat up the cauldron, we’re turning food into creepy creations with these haunting Halloween recipes.
We know that trick or treating might be a little different this year, so we’ve prepared a few spooky spins of some great DIY grub.
Whether you’re looking to spook things up for the Halloween half-term or serve fangtastic food at your spooky soirée, everyone is going to want to sink their fangs into these grisly goodies.
Decorate your own pizza with spooky Halloween shapes.
Your guests will believe in black magic after biting into this ‘burger’.
These sweet potatoes are much easier than carving a pumpkin, but just as terrifying.
If there’s a chill in the air, this warming potion with blackberries and a hint of spice is just the thing
These gruesomely green, cheesy feet will entertain even the most discerning little monsters.
Flavour chicken pieces with a crispy pesto coating for a ghoulish take on your midweek dinner.
This showstopping rice dish is best enjoyed together with family and friends
This a great vegan starter or sharing dish
Everyone will enjoy huddling together around bowls of steaming hot soup
These little pots of sweetness are traditionally called ‘wattalappam’
Serve up this spooky punch at your Halloween party.
This is a genius alternative to mulled wine, but don’t just take our word for it…
A deliciously fruity winter fizz
Remember, any spells cast with these magical wands only work if every bit of fruit is eaten…
Serve soup in hollowed out peppers for a Halloween inspired lunch.
This spooky dip is just as good with houmous if you don’t have guacamole to hand.
This warming soup is a perfect way to warm up after trick or treating.
Make these easy banana milkshakes, with peanut butter and Fairtrade dark chocolate, for your Halloween party
The kids can definitely get involved in making these savoury muffins packed with spinach and cheese — they’ll enjoy
These scary faces disguise a tasty veggie filling