31st October is a great opportunity to have a little fun with your food. If you're having a ghoulish get-together on the night or over the weekend, we've dusted off the cobwebs from our Halloween Party Ideas recipe book (which we keep in a dark, dark room in a dark, dark cellar) to bring you a couldron 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 a big group and make something everyone will want to get their teeth into. If you're hosting a spooky supper, fear not...we have a tasty pair of party ideas for big sharing 'couldrons' that will go down a treat.

Pumpkin Chilli

Pumpkins work as great decorations on the supper table as well as on the doorstep.
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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 house parties. 
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Tricks To Impress Your Guests

When it comes to making something a little different for your Halloween Party, these ideas will be right up your dark, shadowy street. Whether your guests 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 for your themed Halloween party - 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 ready to get the party started.

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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 party dessert with a difference, treat your guests to a fun selection of spiders, coffins, brain and frogspawn - they'll add decoration as well as deliciousnss 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.