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Halloween Party Food Ideas

Halloween Party Food

Are you having a little Halloween party or want to make the evening a family get together? How about a Halloween pizza night? You can easily make your own scary designs with these Halloween party food ideas. It will make the kids smile and you will be the number one coolest parent ever!

Follow the pizza with some Halloween biscuits that are so easy to make. You could even add them to the kid’s lunch box for school the next day.

Halloween Pizza

Spread your favourite pizza dough or ready-made crust with Tomato puree and cheese. Then, using whatever toppings you like such as pepper slices and pepperoni. Create the ridges of the pumpkin and the face of the jack-o-lantern. Bake as usual and serve.

To make a spider web pizza, you could use string cheese to make the web and add some black olives to look like spiders. Or when the pizza is cooked, place some plastic spiders on the top of the pizza.

Use your cookie cutters to cut out some pumpkin shapes or some ghost shapes. You can use cheese or ham or any other topping that you love. Place them on the pizza for a spooky-looking pizza.

You can even make Halloween pizza by buying a ready-made budget cheese pizza from the supermarket and just adding the topping.

Halloween Biscuits

The easiest way to make these is to follow a basic biscuit recipe like this one.

You need:

  • 200g unsalted butter, softened
  • 200g golden caster sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • 400g plain flour, plus extra for dusting

You need to heat the oven up to 180c or gas mark 6 and pop some greaseproof paper on a baking tray. Put the butter in a brown and beat it until it is soft and creamy. Add the sugar, egg and vanilla, then continue to beat the mixture. Finally, you need to add flour to make a dough.

Roll the dough out on a floured surface and use some Halloween cookie cutters to cut the biscuits out. It is worth looking in Poundland for these. Pop the cutout cookies into the oven for 8 to 10 minutes until they are slightly golden brown.

When they are cooled you can decorate them with icing sugar to add some colour to them or you can simply brush over some melted chocolate and red and green sprinkles. Try writing on them with an icing pen or icing gel. These cookies look great on a Halloween table.

How ever you celebrate Halloween, be sure to enjoy it with the family. Happy Halloween. For more Halloween party food ideas check Miss Tilly And Me out.

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