Try making one or all of these scarily delicious treats this Halloween!
Here at Sassy Mama HQ we not only love any kind of party, but also the food that comes with it! So as Halloween approaches, naturally our minds are on some spooky treats. Here are some of our fave Halloween recipes that’ll hopefully have your kiddos appropriately bewitched!
And you never thought pizza could ever look scary! Your kids will love making this ghastly pizza and then gobbling it up faster than you can say “boo!” Mozzarella ghosts and olive spiders will have both you and your kids drooling like a ghoul.
Dumplings are always fun to make with the kids, but if you’re short on time, the supermarket has tons of dumplings to choose from. So as long as you’ve got the creepy, blood-coloured sauce on hand, you’re good to go!
A cheeseball made out of three cheeses that’s shaped like a pumpkin? It serves as a fun party appetiser or centerpiece. Oh, and it’s also delicious. Trick or cheese? Cheese. Always cheese.
Eggs for breakfast anyone? This is an easy, yet funky dish to make (healthy too). With a simple dyeing technique, you turn an ordinary egg into a beautiful webbed masterpiece.
This recipe looks really creative and cute, and it’s easy to make, too! It’s really just a brownie with a Milano biscuit cleverly dug in. There is a lot of flexibility to customize this to your liking. You could use a household brownie recipe or you could grab a brownie mix from the supermarket.
Always a classic treat to make your kiddies; with a little tweak you can recreate the Rice Krispie treats into a pumpkin-perfect Halloween treat.
Banana Banana… After watching the Minions with the kiddies, you’re probably uttering this favourite Minion-fan phrase in your sleep, mama. With this recipe, you can grant your little minions their wish by preparing some ghostly bananas for Halloween!
An alternative to the banana pop is this cute ghostly ice popsicle! Simple, yet so chilling!
We’ve gotta end this Halloween roundup with a pumpkin recipe! Who doesn’t love a good cheesecake? This Halloween, try to deviate from the classic New York version and add some pumpkin to the recipe.
Here’s wishing you a happy (and delicious) Halloween, mama! Now there’s no need to fill up on candy!