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Content Writing About Best Recipes of Spooky Halloween Food

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Everyone loves Halloween. Well, okay, not everyone. My grandmother didn’t like it when I turned up at her door dressed up as Freddy Krueger. To be fair, it was gone midnight and it was actually November 5th. So, yeah. She was frightened to death, as a matter of fact. But you get the picture.

And what better way to get us all in the mood for Halloween than some spooky Halloween food that really gets the tastebuds flowing? It is useful and interesting content. Join us as we recommend some easy to prepare scary halloween treats and some extra-spooky halloween appetisers.

Eyeball Pasta

Pasta is actually an Italian delicacy, that can be nibbled on by the Grand Canal in Venice as the sun is setting. Sophistication or what? But when it’s Halloween time, you just have to add some eyeballs to the dish to make turn it into some seriously spooky halloween food. It may be gory but it’s super tasty. You simply have to halve 100g of cherry tomatoes using a small knife, and then cut the 150g of mozzarella cheese balls into half.

Place one of these balls inside each of your tomatoes and then cut really, really small circles in your basil leafs (just a handful will do). Place one of these at the centre of each ball. Then you can boil your pasta, simultaneously heating your 350g jar of tomato sauce. Once your pasta is cooked, drain it and then stir through any remaining basil – which must be chopped.

Divide between as many bowls as you want, drip the tomato sauce over the top and then grimly arrange your tomato eye balls around the pasta.

Chocolate Bat Biscuits

Chocolate bat biscuits are some seriously scary halloween treats that should put everyone in a royally ghoulish mood. These biscuits are intended to either be eaten separately or perched on your cup/glass of milk, wine, beer, orange juice – blood. You know, the usual!

Begin by hearing your oven to 180C gas mark 4 and fill two baking sheets with baking parchment. Beat 125g of softened butter and 85g of icing sugar together before beating in 1 large egg yolk, followed by 1tsp of vanilla extract and 1 tsp of milk.

Then pour 175g of plain flour, 1 tsp of coffee, 50g of cocoa powder and a quarter tsp of salt into a bowl, before mixing together in a bid to form dough, which you will then shape into a disc. Then wrap and let it chill for 15 minutes.

Sprinkle a little flour over the dust before rolling it between 2 sheets of baking parchment so that it’s as thick as a nickel. Remove the top layer, and stamp shapes into the parchment with a bat cutter before lifting to the lined sheets with a palette knife. Then you can roll the trimmings again, before cutting a 1.5cm x 5mm notch at the bottom of each bat’s body. Allow to bake for 10 minutes before cooling for 5 mins. Fiendishly spooky halloween treats right there.

Sausage Mummy Dippers

Now you’ll need a spooky Halloween appetize, and I can’t think of anything better than Sausage Mummy Dippers.

To begin, you’ll need to heat your oven to 200C/gas mark 6 and coat 2 baking trays with a smidgen of oil. Then mix 1 tbsp of honey, 1 tbsp of ketchup and 1 tsp’s of mustard in a bowl before gently coating 12 chipolata sausages.

Then take a tube of 6 read-to-roll croissants and unroll them before dividing into 3 rectangles. Cut them into long narrow strips. You can get to around 16 for each rectangle here.

Turn these croissant strips around the chipolata sausages, with a slit at one end of each for creepy eyes. Place in the 2 baking trays and allow to bake for about 20 minutes. After cooling, pinch 2 tiny eyes at the end of each ‘mummy sausage’ using your mustard. This will make them proper spooky halloween appetisers that you can then serve in the dark. They will soon become must-have scary halloween treats with all your neighbours, friends, and zombies.

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