5 spooky recipes to test for your Halloween party
Whether it is to spook your kids or to entertain your guests during a themed happy hour, Halloween recipes are sure to please your youngs and the older ones! So you don’t overload yourself during the Halloween party, we have a few simple and scary suggestions for you.
Here are 5 spooky (and delicious) recipe ideas for your Halloween party.
A very bloody drink
As its name suggests, the Bloody Ceasar represents THE perfect drink for a Halloween happy hour.
Prepare your favorite drink following the basic recipe and add two skewed eyes. Made with blueberries inserted in litchis, it is a guaranteed success!
Here is a healthy alternative to the famous wrapped in dough sausages mummies.
The recipe is easy to prepare and tastes delicious, especially for those who enjoy spicy dishes.
- Replace the sausages with seedless jalapeño peppers cut along the length. *Careful not to touch your face while you handle the peppers!!
- Add goat cheese and a little touch of the lemon balsamic pearled onion confit inside the peppers.
- Cut the Pillsbury dough in 2-3 centimeters wide strips. Roll the dough strips around the peppers to create the mummies’ bandages.
- Put them in the oven at 375°F for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the dough’s color turns golden.
- Add candied eyes when out of the oven.
- Eat in moderation to prevent your mouth from being on fire!
Assemble raw vegetables in a service plate into an amusing skeleton, following your inspiration.
A few tricks: bell peppers for the ribs, a cauliflower for the face, carrots and celery sticks for the arms and legs. Tadam! You have a spooky skeleton to devour.
To accompany the veggies, a tzatziki dip is always a must.
Place a few crackers in a service plate. Put a little bit of hummus on the crackers and add a half olive in the middle. Cut the second half of the olive in thin slices to make the legs.
There you go: delicious crackers that look like they want to escape with their eight legs!
Trick: For an even tastier spread, use homemade hummus.
The easiest Halloween dish! Add black food coloring to your favorite pastas’ water while they’re cooking. Once the pastas are cooked and strained, delicately drizzle them with olive oil so the sauce adheres better and the taste transports you directly under the mediterranea sun.
Add tomato sauce to your colored pastas. Decorate your dish with bell pepper stuffed olives to imitate eyes. Enjoy without moderation!
Simple, delicious, but a little spooky, your guests will enjoy these recipes, adults as well as children!
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