Ghostly Gastronomy: Recipes for Halloween

By IssuuOctober 22, 2018Last updated on July 1, 2019Editorial

2018 Halloween Recipes

Whether you’re hosting a Halloween dinner party, dressing your kids up for a night full of trick-or-treating or attending an elaborate costume ball — you’re going to need some festive fuel to keep you in the spirit all night long. Gather all of your glamorous goblins and spooky witches, we’ve put together a list of spook-tacular Halloween recipes that are frightfully delicious!

Asiago Bat Crackers

Cheesy and oh-so-easy, these Asiago Bat Crackers from Grate. Pair. Share. are the perfect treat for your favorite goblins to munch on this Halloween. Have a stash of Halloween themed cookie cutters hiding in your cabinets? Get crafty and create the spookiest crackers you can!  

Jack o Lantern Stuffed Peppers

Of course Halloween is notorious for being a sugar-loaded holiday. But with these adorable Jack-o-Lantern Stuffed Peppers from BestRecipes, you can sneak in a few wholesome veggies and still stay in the spooky spirit!

Monster Burgers

The best part of Halloween is being able to dress up in an elaborate costume. Why stop at yourself this Halloween? Tesco Food is dressing up your burgers into Monster Burgers that are piled high with tasty toppings that everyone will be flocking to.

Pumpkin Hummus 

This wouldn’t be a Halloween Recipes list without some pumpkin! BBC Good Food Middle East is putting a festive fall spin on classic hummus by adding some fresh pumpkin. Ditch the store bought chips and dip — this will be the showstopper for all of your Autumn festivities.

Mummy Apple Pie

Push the Halloween candy aside — the sweet treat you’re going to devour this Halloween is this Mummy Apple Pie from My Magazine. This simple spin on an Apple Pie is also dairy free yet full of deliciousness!

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