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Halloween recipe spooktacular

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All treat... no trick

Guys and ghouls, get ready to don some gloriously gruesome get-up because Halloween is nearly here!

If you're throwing a spooky spectacular, we have a bag of tricks to help you host a perfectly awful party.

Make no bones about it, we're gravely serious about beastly buffets with a healthy twist...

From sinisterly sweet centrepieces to spine-chilling snacks, there's a creepy dish for every course.

What's more, with lower-sugar substitutes to sweets, with this spread, your little ones can enjoy all the fun. So, sink your fangs into our truly wicked treats and may this holiday be revoltingly riotous!

Homemade popcorn 

Popcorn

As a healthy alternative to trick or treat sweets, why not hand out bags of this tasty homemade popcorn? Ours is lower in sugar and salt than many shop-bought options, making it a lighter alternative. And you can tailor it to your taste by adding nutmeg or cinnamon for a seasonal twist. 

 

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Rest In Pumpkin

Scary soup with tombstone toast

Pumpkin soup with spider's web yogurt and decorated toast. This scary soup tastes more delicious than it looks... we promise.

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Carve yourself a slice

 

Mini filo pumpkin pies

Sweetened spiced pumpkin is piled into filo baskets and topped with pumpkin seeds and orange zest. There's nothing frightening about these mini filo pumpkin pies.

 

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Who are you looking at?

Ogre's eyeballs

These bite-size mini meat ogre's eyeballs are a perfect snack to serve at your Halloween party. They're quick to make, and you can use pork, beef, lamb or fish for the meatballs if you prefer. 

 

Wichetty grubs

Witchetty grubs in swamp  juice 

Potato gnocchi dotted with poppy seeds make convincing wichetty grubs to pass around as a tasty canape at your party. 

 

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Eyeballs optional...

Bleeding heart Halloween cake

Beetroot-based chocolate sponge piled with fruit, with a low-fat cream cheese frosting. This bleeding heart Halloween cake makes a gruesome centrepiece.

Halloween biscuits 

Halloween biscuits

And finally, why not spice up Halloween with these biscuits, which are a healthier version of traditional northern Parkin biscuits? You can cut them into any ghoulishly scary shapes you choose.

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