So, it’s time to celebrate Halloween that is the most “horrifying” and chilling holiday. If you cook some funny and out-of-the-box treats for your children, they’ll definitely have a great party and remember October, 31 for the whole year. Well, let the kids enjoy their spooky-tasty meal with our smart food crafts!
A Pumpkin Treat
A luminous and maliciously smiling pumpkin is a traditional symbol of Halloween. However, it can not only illuminate and scare but also turn into a great treat. In fact, it is not necessary for you to use the vegetable itself! You’d better try to carve small Jack O’Lantern cups of colorful oranges or bake crispy pumpkins made of flakes and glazes, which look just like real ones!
No Bats and Witches – no Halloween!
We can hardly imagine Halloween without these cute little beasties, so on the 31st of October, they are sure to come. The charmingly scary creatures made of chocolate and cookies or deliciously muffin-shaped will kindle strong appetite and give ideas for doing something especially treacherous at night.
And, surely, we never forget about our lovely witches! That is why we make fruit-and-chocolate brooms and caps and bake nice and delicious glazed cookies. Be sure to repeat the magic spells aloud; otherwise, you’ll burn your bakery!
If someone is knocking at your door demanding “Trick or Treat”, we will tell you how to pay off the crowd of kids at your doorstep. Delicious monster cookies will not only delight the sight and taste of little witches and young ghouls but also bring you good luck until next Halloween. And now, a little secret for you: the brighter and tastier your cookies are, the happier the year will be!
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And a Little More Sandwiches!
Halloween is the day when any breakfast for kids should be special! Spooky and delicious sandwiches shaped as cut-off fingers or funny spiders become a great preparation for an unforgettable party! Your magical ingredients for the meal should be really tasty – cheese, ham, vegetables, rolls, salad, fruit or nuts will do!
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Halloween is the time when the most terrible creatures have every right to party! So, the banquet to honor them is a good idea! When the dough and sausages turn into mummies, and strawberries and kiwi become nasty creatures, it’s time to throw away all fears and enjoy the treats!
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Those Infernal Drinks
Any Halloween food is unlikely to be absolutely delicious if you do not add to the table a couple of magical potions. Green and purple cocktails, pumpkin juice in glasses decorated with magical creatures and, of course, smoothies and punches with eye-ornamented pipes make you feel the magic!
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On the 31 of October, fruits are especially obnoxious! Perhaps it is worth cooking a Monster Fruit Tray with a specially carved watermelon, melon pieces, and fresh berries. Your kids will be dreadfully delighted!
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Some Weird Treat – Easy Halloween Food Ideas for Kids
You suppose that there is nothing left to surprise your children for Halloween? Then it’s time to try the most unusual recipes. What would they say to a cake with chocolate spiders, toothy strawberries on muffins or some eyed Oreo lollipops? They’re so lousy good!
Big Halloween Cakes
A cake for Halloween sounds great! The only thing remained is to decide how it will look like. Do you prefer a cheerful and bright multi-eyed monster, scary spider on a pumpkin or a small but very cute ghost? Anyway, use less affection, more fear, and imagination!
Check details of this project at Cakesdecor.com
Pizza for Halloween?
Each time on October 31st something strange happens to pizza as it turns into something disgustingly tasty! When can you taste the pizza with ghosts and spiders or something shaped like a wicked pumpkin, a mummy or Dracula’s head? Never but today!
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We hope you enjoyed our little collection of food ideas for Halloween. And don’t forget the most important thing: if children help you with cooking and decoration, the holiday will be unforgettable! So, what recipes are on your list now?