5 Amazing Halloween Recipes To Make Your Guests Go Crazy

 5 Amazing Halloween Recipes To Make Your Guests Go Crazy

Halloween is near. If you have already sent your Halloween party invites to your guests, prepared your costumes for the day, and the tables are ready, then it is time for some scary foods. Here are the top 5 scary Halloween recipes for 2021 that will make your guest hungry like a zombie for sure.

White Chocolate Strawberry Lab Mice

Let us start with a Halloween dessert. For this recipe, you will require white chocolate melting wafers, strawberries, and some red food colors. Set a few of the wafers aside that we will use as the mouse’s ears. Then melt the rest of those in the microwave for 30 seconds. Then dip your strawberries in the melted white chocolate and keep it on a flat surface or plate to allow it to get its shape. As they start to get their shape and cool down, place two wafers on the top as the ears and once the whole thing is completely set, take a toothpick and with the red food color draw its eyes. 

Red Velvet Hot Chocolate And Witches' Finger Cookies

There is no more iconic duo than Red Velvet Hot Chocolate and Witches’ Finger Cookies. To make this recipe you will need a buttery shortbread dough for knobby fingers, cinnamon for the dirt, blanched almonds for the nails, and red food color to get the bleeding look. The craziest and coolest part of this Halloween recipe 2021 is the hot chocolate dipping which is of red velvet flavor which looks like a bowl of blood. Once you have made your cookie dough, roll them in finger shape and with a knife just make impressions on the fingers and make a place for the nails. Once baking is done, decorate with almonds, cinnamon dust, and red food color.

Mummy Pizzas

This is another savory Halloween recipe. This recipe will help to trick your kids to eat healthy veggies by changing zucchini into mummy bandages above french bread pizzas. To begin this dish, grab small rectangular rolls or ciabatta rolls, pizza or sun dried tomato pesto sauce, grated mozzarella cheese, black olives, and zucchini. Halve the bread rolls, add your sauce, sprinkle the grated cheese. Now use a vegetable peeler to grate a zucchini into ribbons and in a criss-cross manner. Then with the olives make a pair of eyes as well.

Spooky Halloween Popsicles

Autumn weather is terribly uncertain. Make spooky frozen pops in case you are sweating inside your monster mask. The ingredient list for these pops includes heavy whipping cream, a bar of dark chocolate, a can of coconut milk, a pack of candy googly eyes, condensed milk,  and popsicle molds. In a bowl add the coconut milk, whipping cream, and condensed milk and give it a good mix. Then pour them into popsicle molds and let them freeze for at least 4 hours. Then decorate with melted dark chocolate and funky eyes. This is a Halloween recipe easy to make. Try this as a Halloween recipe dessert.

Slow-Cooker Vampire Punch

Ghouls of all ages can get a sip on this non-alcoholic crimson drink. For a more strong potion, you can add rum. Then this would be a Halloween recipe for adults. To master this Halloween recipe and round out your menu for Halloween, you will need a slow cooker, five minutes to combine all the ingredients, and three hours of patience to allow it to brew. Ginger ale, Hawaiian Punch, and Red Hot Candies are the prime ingredients here. To make this drink to the next level, you can use dry ice for a smoky feel.

The Bottom Line

Halloween is knocking at the door and no 31 October can be complete with spooky and scary Halloween recipes that will make your guests go crazy. This year it is time to make something different that will keep your guests licking their fingers. The above are some of those special recipes for Halloween 2021 that you should not miss.

Donna Hussain

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