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Halloween Party Recipes

Have some tricks up your sleeve when it comes to Halloween this year with our spooky recipe’s. These are perfect to do with the kids and we have even thrown in a few diet specific treats so everyone can enjoy them!

Frozen Hand!

Give your party guests a scare when they go to top up their drinks with this spooky trick. Grab a clean rubber glove and fill it with cold water and tie it at the end. Put this in the freezer for a few hours to harden. Once it has hardened, cut the glove and gently peel it away.

To make the fruit punch add:

500ml Cranberry Juice

1.5ltr Lemonade

3 Limes (juice only)

You can add gummy worms, snakes and any other creepy crawlies to make it look more like a witches brew! Add in your hand and some more ice and you are good to go! The great thing about this recipe is it can be given a twist with your favourite spirit for the adult guests and still taste as good!

The recipe for the fruit punch was taken from:



A quick and easy treat that is perfect to make with the kids and looks so much more complicated than it actually is!

You will need:

500g marshmallows

640g of rice crispy cereal

Green food colouring

Icing Sugar


Melt the marshmallows in the microwave in a glass bowl. Do this in intervals of 30 seconds to make sure you don’t burn the marshmallows. Once melted, add a drop of green food colouring and mix in the rice crispy cereal until you get a mouldable consistency. Transfer the mix to a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Spread this out evenly until it is covering most of the tray. Put this in the fridge to harden and mix your icing sugar according to the packet instructions.

Make two separate batches of icing, leave one white and add a little black food colouring to the other.

After around an hour, take your tray out of the fridge and cut it evenly into squares. Use the black icing to create the hair and mouth of your Frankenstein treats. Use the white icing to add eyes and put a little dab of black as the pupil. Pop back in the fridge for 30 minutes or until the icing has set. They are now ready to serve! Add them to a large plate and decorate! We recommend plastic spiders and gummy worms.

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Easy Halloween Bark

This recipe takes almost no time to prepare but looks amazing when it is complete!

To make this Halloween candy bark, you will need:

1-2 large bars of white chocolate

Neon green food colouring

Orange food colouring

Start by melting ¾ of your white chocolate in a glass bowl over a pan of how water – or you can heat in intervals of 30 seconds in the microwave just be careful of it burning! Melt the other ¼ and add a couple of drops of orange food colouring in there, then set this to one side.

Once you have a smooth, creamy consistency, add in a few drops of the neon green food colouring. Stir this in well until the whole mixture is a bright green colour.

Prepare a baking tray with a layer of parchment paper and then spread the mixture evenly over the tray. Once you have your layer down, add in little blobs of your orange mix. Use a toothpick to swirl this colour around. Then you can start adding your sweets. The more eyeballs, spiders, worms and other creatures you can add in the better! You can find these types of sweets in the supermarket around Halloween time. If you are having trouble finding them, you can always create your own with some icing. Finally add some sprinkles on for a finishing touch.

Once your bark is looking exactly how you want it, place in the fridge and chill for around 30 minutes or until the chocolate has completely set. When it is set, take it out of the fridge and cut up into random chunks. Serve as part of your party buffet along with your Frankentreats and Fruit Punch!

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