17 Super Easy Scary Recipes To Celebrate Halloween

1. Pumpkin candy cups

Melt white chocolate colored orange. Dip small inflatable balloons into it and harden into chocolate bowls. Decorate like a pumpkin with dark chocolate. Fill the bowls with candy.

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Pumpkin candy cups

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2. Halloween spaghetti

Cook pasta in water with black food coloring. Add bolognese sauce and pitted olives to make monster eyes.

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Halloween spaghetti

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3. Poison apples

Dip apples in syrup (400 g sugar + 175 ml water + 125 ml glucose syrup) colored with black food coloring. Let cool on parchment paper.

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Poison apples

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4. Frozen bananas

Place Popsicle sticks in the banana halves. Coat with melted chocolate (white, dark or milk). Add chocolate chips for eyes. Place on parchment paper and set in the refrigerator.

Frozen bananas

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5. Cookie monsters

Use white square cookies to make ghosts. Glue edible eyes (white royal icing + black colored royal icing) on top and stick a cardboard straw or Popsicle stick in them.

Cookie monsters

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6. A hot chocolate filled with ghosts

Scatter little marshmallows with ghosts drawn on them with a felt-tip pen over your delicious hot chocolate.

chocolate filled with ghosts

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7. Bloody finger hot dogs

Make slashes on the sausages to make them look like severed fingers. add ketchup to mimic blood.

hotdogs

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8. Spider cookies

Glue a little chocolate on each cookie using melted chocolate. Draw the spider’s legs with melted chocolate and add edible eyes (white royal icing + dark colored royal icing).

spider cookies

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9. Spider eggs

Decorate your traditional mimosa eggs with black olives in the shape of spiders.

spider eggs

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10. Ghost strawberries

Dip strawberries in melted white chocolate and add dark chocolate chips for eyes and mouth.Harden on parchment paper.

ghost strawberries

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11. Monsters on skewers

Melon balls to make Halloween pumpkins, marshmallows to make ghosts and kiwis to make Frankenstein monsters. The whole thing is decorated with melted dark chocolate.

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12. Very hot pepper mummies

Fill chilies cut lengthwise with cheese filling. Cover with strips of puff pastry and bake in the oven.

pepper mummies

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13. Cheese and pretzel brooms

Using sprigs of fresh spring onions, attach string cheese to pretzel sticks.

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14. Earthworm burgers for Halloween

Cut sausages into strips and fry them into the color and shape of earthworms. Put in the hamburger buns.

Earthworm burgers for Halloween

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15. Mummy Toast

Put tomato sauce on toast. Add strips of mozzarella and slices of black olives for eyes. Brown for 2 minutes in the oven and it’s ready!

Mummy Toast

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16. Surprise Witch’s Hat

Fill chocolate cones with candy. Close them with a chocolate cookie glued with melted chocolate. Draw the hat ribbon with green and orange icing.

Surprise Witch's Hat

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17. Spider crackers

Round crackers filled with cottage cheese with pretzel sticks to make the spider legs. Add raisins to make the eyes.

Spider crackers

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