Are you thinking about spicing up your dinner table for Halloween, or maybe throwing a trick-or-treat party? Then what you need is a few Halloween recipes which are easy to make and taste just great. I am in love with this very special American tradition, and when it comes to dinner parties & co. there is one thing I like to say: do it right or don’t do it at all.
This is why I decided to share some delicious Halloween recipes to make your meal, party or snack spookier than ever.
- Black olives
This is a very easy recipe for some really spooky appetizers. Simply cut the olives (horizontally) in very thin slices, place each slice a the center of a Babybel cheese and then use the ketchup to draw some “bloody” veins all over it. A small paintbrush will make it even easier.
- hot dogs
- dough (any kind of dough for baking!)
- mustard (for garnish)
Preheat oven to 180/200 degrees C. Line a baking sheet and roll out the dough into one sheet, then cut in strips using a pizza cutter or sharp knife. Wrap 3 strips around each hot dog, leaving a little space at the top for the mustard eyes. Place the decorated hotdogs into the oven and bake until golden brown, about 20 minutes. Let them cool for 5 minutes before adding dots of mustard for the “eyes.”
- Small pretzel sticks
- Mini marshmallows
- White melting chocolate
Stick two mini marshmallows on either end of a mini pretzel. Dip into white melted chocolate. Let dry on wax paper or foil until set. That’s it!
- Short syringes (yes, they make it)
- Alcoholic mixes
This one is a very easy and impressive way to upgrade your Halloween dinner party menu. Prepare your favorite drink and just suck it up with your syringes, then put them in a bowl for your guests to take. Voilà!
- Red apples
- White chocolate
For a dessert that will remind your guests of Snow White, try these poison apples. First, spear the apples with an apple skewer and melt the white chocolate. After dipping the apples in the melted chocolate, let them dry and prepare some caramel simply melting sugar in a pan. While the original recipe uses corn syrup, it won’t be necessary. Once the apples are cooled, let the caramel drip on top.
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