31st October is a great opportunity to have a little fun with your food. We've dusted off the cobwebs from our Halloween Ideas Recipe Book (which we keep in a dark, dark room in a dark, dark cellar) to bring you a cauldron full of tasty treats. Try them for yourself...if you dare.


Scare 'N' Share

Halloween can give you the shivers if you need to feed your household and make something everyone will want to get their teeth into. If you're in charge of the cooking this year, fear not...we have tasty ideas for sharing 'couldrons' that will go down a treat at home.

Creepy CasseroleHalloween Party Ideas: Creepy Campfire Beans

This wonderfully warming casserole dish is as easily served up on a chilly night as it is as the centerpiece to your Halloween table. 
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Tricks To Impress 

When it comes to making something a little different for Halloween, these ideas will be right up your dark, shadowy street. Whether you fancy a severed sausage roll finger or a cute-but-creepy pizza bite, you'll be serving up the spooky in style with these bite-sized snacks.


Severed Fingers

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Severed Finger Sausage Rolls

Turn classic sausage rolls into frightening fingers this Halloween - remember, the more blood the better so stock up on your ketchup for the full effect.

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Magic Stars

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Cheese and Rosemary Stuffed Pastry Stars

You don't need to be a wizard to conjure up a batch of these magic stars...just a keen cook with 20 minutes and a few simple ingredients on your hands.

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Halloween Hotdogs

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Pastry Hotdogs with Mustard Dip

A treat with a twist, these hot dogs are wrapped in pastry to make them look like mummies. Serve them with a mustard dip - as hot as you dare.

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Mummy Pizzas

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Mummy Pizza Pastries

‘Wrap-up’ warm and enjoy these simple snacks. This Halloween recipe serves 6 and you can conjure up a batch in an hour.

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Make candy-infused cocktails
Pour candy into a mason jar and fill it up three-quarters with vodka (or any clear spirit). Seal the container and let it sit for at least 24 hours before enjoying your drink


Sweet Treats For After Dark

For a Halloween dessert with a difference, treat yourself to a fun selection of spiders, coffins, brain and frogspawn - they'll add decoration as well as deliciousness to your gathering. For more inspiration, take a look at our wider collection of Halloween recipe ideas.






Add spooky ice cubes
Put Halloween sweets, such a teeth, bats and eyeballs in empty ice cube trays. Fill with water and freeze as usual. You'll have chilling ice cubes galore.