Halloween treats to serve up to guests

Planning a Halloween party this weekend? Maybe you are just getting ready for trick or treaters to visit next week.

Halloween is bigger and better than it’s ever been before and if you want to make an impression with your guests then you need to pull out the stops. Thankfully the internet is full of recipes to draw inspiration from.

Whether its spooky snacks or creepy cocktails, we’ve rounded up some of the best food and drink that you can serve to visitors this Halloween season.

Frankenstein cookies

These tea-riffic Frankenstein cookies are sure to be a hit with kids and adults at any Halloween party.

They get their eerie green colour from unsweetened matcha green tea powder, which also gives them a unique taste.

Find the full recipe here.

Ghostly meringues

Boo! Your little horrors will love these emoji-inspired meringues.

Crispy on the outside but gooey in the centre, the spooky sweets are ideal for a neighbourhood party for kids and adults. And all you need to do is create the meringue and add some dabs of food colouring.

Get the full recipe here.

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Low-carb black widow cocktails

Love a spooky party but don’t want to indulge? These black widow cocktails are low-carb and delicious. And you can use up all those blackberries that are cluttering up your freezer.

The perfect party starter or pre-dinner aperitif, you can make the in-season blackberry juice in advance and just add vodka and serve.

Find the full recipe here.

Snack on some severed fingers

Need some last-minute kids party food? Made from hot dogs and tomato ketchup, these severed fingers can be rustled up out of nowhere.

Just hope the gruesome twist doesn’t put your little ones off their food.

Protein-packed pumpkin balls

Made with protein powder, peanut butter and pumpkin puree, these protein balls are the perfect way to enjoy Halloween if you are trying to bulk up.

If you are skipping a Halloween party to hit the gym, make sure you take one of these for your recovery.

Find the full recipe here.

Halloween gingerbread mummies

Made with chocolate and pumpkin, these gingerbread mummies really bring out the taste of Halloween.

With a spin on the gingerbread man, these gingerbread mummies are covered in piping to give them a spooky effect.

Find the full recipe here.

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