Happy Halloween to your taste buds! It’s finally that a time of year when we trick or treat our appetites with a range of different autumnal flavours. So, if you want to make your own Halloween specialities this year, why not look at these three recipes to cover your sweet tooth and savoury delights, with even a drink on the side?
Discover how to make the perfect pumpkin pie to entertain guests or enjoy as an after-dinner treat this year, and do you know what the best part is? You can reuse and recycle the filling from your pumpkin carving from the previous evening of Halloween fun.
This recipe is bursting with autumnal flavours, filled with a super spiced golden pumpkin on a shortcrust pastry. Try serving with a dollop of fresh cream to add to the sweetness of the dish – and why not even a grated orange zest on the top?
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One for us veggie lovers – a terrible twist on a classic dinner with our petrifying stuffed peppers! Plate up a scrumptious serving this Halloween with this popping pepper filled with gooey mozzarella and veggie rice, or an alternative flavour if preferred.
An easier, less messy, but just as tasty alternative to pumpkin carving, try it out by carving your own frightening faces into the side of these peppers for some spooky fun.
Now for a sweet treat… why not try our Boo-nilla Ghost Milkshakes? These cheap and cheerful – with a hint of comfort – milkshakes are the perfect devilish delight to enjoy when you want to indulge in something sweet after dinner.
So leave those sweets for the trick-or-treaters, please! Our Boo-nilla milkshakes will be sure to hit the spot, so get the ice cream out and shake away.
With something to suit everyone this Halloween, we like to think these recipes will give you something to scream about with your mates. Why not pair these tasty treats with one of our Halloween movie recommendations to get the most out of this spooky season?
Tag us on our socials in your frightening feasts and let us know what you think of our recipes, oh, and have a happy Halloween!