With the weekend before Halloween upon us, you might be pondering the devilish delights you can whip up to enchant both the little and not-so-little goblins and ghouls in your life. To make this Halloween a memorable one, we’ve gathered a collection of eerie, yet delicious recipes that’ll have everyone exclaiming, “Wowie!” in their best werewolf voice.
Begin an evening of guising with a tasty treat that’s definitely no trick! Use our Simon Howie Jumbo Sausages to create these spine-chilling sausages, simply wrap the Jumbos in pastry and bake them for 18-22 minutes. Once they emerge from the oven, add edible eyes and a funny or scary mouth using ketchup and mustard. It’s spooky, easy to make, and a perfect way to kick off any Halloween festivities.
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Prepare to spook your dinner guests this Halloween with our Spooky Stuffed Halloween Pumpkin Peppers. These eerie treats allow you to carve frightful faces into your mini pumpkins (peppers) with far less effort than the real thing. We filled our ghoulish peppers with mince, haggis, garlic seasoning, and tinned tomatoes. A quick five-minute grill and a sprinkle of cheese, and you’ll have yourself a Halloween treat that’ll thrill your guests.
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For a spine-tingling haggis recipe that’s perfect for Halloween, try these hair-raising haggis bites. This simple recipe uses ready-rolled pastry and can be filled with either original or veggie haggis. These tasty little bites are sure to be a hit with everyone and are especially great for making with kids, who can craft their own monstrous faces under your watchful eye.
Here’s an idea for some creative food fun this Halloween – cook up some Lorne slices and let your little or big devils decorate them with their own spooky designs. Lay out the Lorne slices, cheese, and an assortment of sweet or savoury snacks that can be used to create a multitude of ghoulish faces. Watch their imaginations run wild!
We hope these recipes have inspired you to cook up some ghoulish grub for Halloween. Don’t forget to share your spooky creations with us on social media or by sending us an email!