5 Scary Good Recipes For Halloween
It’s time for Halloween again. And just like every other year, we are wondering when exactly we are expected to celebrate? The Yankees are in agreement that it is October 31, but we Swedes are not as convinced. Doesn’t it feel safer to bet on Friday? Or Thursday? Or Sunday? Whatever the day – here are 5 scary recipes for Halloween!
Okay, this dish may not be super scary but it totally still works for Halloween we think. Rolling the balls takes a little time, but think of it as a meditative activity (may we suggest a little Fleetwood Mac in the background?). This is also something that children like to help with. You can find the recipe here
Halloween Apple Jaws
These jaws are goore-a-liciously Halloween themed and a stark contrast to everything else that is typically munched on during Halloween. Here you can find this fun recipe that is appreciated by both young and old.
Carrot and Cucumber Ghost
Hardly a recipe, just a little reminder of how easy it is to turn the Friday snacks into a Halloween tray. The hummus in the middle you make with 1 packet of cooked chickpeas, 2 cloves of garlic, a few tablespoons of olive oil, salt and the juice of 1/2 lemon. Yummy!
The Puking Pumpkin
Is this the most fun way to serve vegetable dip on Halloween? Yes, most definitely! You need the following:
a good guacamole recipe
some friends to share it with
You simply cut off the top of the pumpkin, dig out the inside and let your imagination run wild. Fill the pumpkin with the vegetable sticks and guacamole and let everyone take in the greatness of your creation.
Banana Ghost and Clementine Jack-O-Lanterns
So ingenious in all its simplicity – Halloween treats made with banana, clementines and raisins. Also, this old FP post was very funny (if we may say so ourselves). Notice, however, that it was a few years ago we took the pictures – big nono on the straws!
These were our 5 scary good recipes for Halloween. But here are some other recipes from FP with pumpkin: