Transform your food into spooky deliciousness with these special Halloween food tips


Ghosts, monsters, and spiders, lord! These are all the things you will discover in a haunted house and importantly, on your dinner table, thanks to these simple food ideas and dishes that you can gorge on!

Ghoulish Bananas  

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This is possibly one of the easiest treats and Halloween food ideas to prepare. Grab a bunch of long bananas and cut them into two. Place them upright to stand strong and dot a mouth (if you like), tiny eyes, and hair with a little piping of chocolate icing. Freeze them for a while and serve it whenever the guests step in – easy peasy squeezy!

Jack O’Lantern Peppers

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We’ve all carved pumpkins at one point in time, but have you ever experimented with peppers? Take one of the red or yellow bell peppers and use a paring knife to cut out a mouth and eyes just like you would for a jack-o’-lantern. Stuff these peppers with cheese, shredded meat, spices, and fresh herbs, and lastly, bake them in the oven.

Spooky Pizzas

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Halloween night calls for a unique yet ghostly topping idea. Take a few slices of mozzarella cheese and press a cookie cutter into it to make the ghost shapes. Make spiders out of olives by carving them with a thin, sharp knife. Utilize the deep red shade of pizza sauce and tomato spread to add the blood effect.

Pretzel Pumpkins

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Pretzel pumpkins can be made from just three ingredients, that too within 10 minutes. Dip your mini pretzel twists in orange ganache, top them with green coating, and your delicious and attractive pumpkin patch gets ready!

Monster Burgers

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First off, purchase some good quality burger buns and slip in a few crusty, juicy burger patties – let it be made up of turkey, beef, egg, or vegetarian – and grab a few cheese slices, pickles (if you like), olives, and lashings of ketchup. A long slice of tomato or gherkin can give it a perfect tongue effect. Finish it off by inserting two cocktail sticks with olives on the top for the bulging eye effect.

Angry apples

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If you are looking to serve some healthier options, make yourself a batch of these angry apples that take less than five minutes to get prepared. Chop your apples into quarters with the skin on and cut a tiny mini groove into the centre of each quarter. Post crafting, add a slither of peanut butter and a slice of strawberry for giving it the look of a tongue. Don’t forget to add some icing eyes and sunflower seeds for the teeth.

Now that you have plenty of ideas, leverage the power of makeup, incorporate a copious amount of fake blood, and plan a spooky party for your friends and family!


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