Awesome Halloween Recipes

By October 13, 2016Blog

Halloween is a time of celebration for any age of people; people wear costumes of different roaming ghosts and other creepy creatures. Halloween is now celebrated throughout the world. To make that day more enjoyable, we have some interesting and easily cooked recopies for you, just give it a try.

Children are increasingly fond of this Halloween. Between the decorations, costumes, candy and activities dedicated to October 31, you might imagine having thought of everything. But why not also prepare a meal or a snack, consisting mainly of Halloween recipes. Our selection offers some extra fun to taste


halloween recipes

  1. Apple pie


Apple juice                              250 ml

Gelatin                                    35 gm

Sugar                                        420 gm

Lemon juice                             60 ml

Cinnamon powder                  ¼ tsp


In a bowl pour half of the apple juice, sprinkle gelatin over it and stir this with the help of a fork. Let it set for about five minutes. Put the remaining apple juice into the small saucepan with sugar, cinnamon powder, and lemon juice and boil it for about two minutes. Now add gelatin there and continuously stir with the help of whisk on low flame. Pour this mixture into the buttered baking pan and let it cool at the room temperature for about not less than 8 hours.

To make this horrible apple pie, everything fits in decorating. Do not hesitate to find small accessories like a fake spider or some more insects to transform this into a real Apple pie dessert Halloween.







Soft noodles                             Two packs

Acorn squash                            1 tbsp

Chicken stock                            1.5 liters

Squid ink food coloring           1 ml

Salt and pepper                       to taste

Carrot                                       1


Boil the noodles for 10 minutes and drain it. In a small saucepan brown the acorn squash over a high flame. Add salt, pepper and chicken stock and let it boil. Simmer it until you feel the tenderness of the acorn. Mix the squid ink in a bowl with water and add it to the soup. Now you can add shredded carrot and continue cooking for two more minutes. Put the boiled noodles in the serving bowl with the addition of hot and delicious soup.

Now make fingers, you can roll the almond paste and cleverly placing almonds for the nails. Then dip these fingers in a red fruit jam, one that will seem like the most in the blood. This simple recipe for Halloween can arouse horror and disgust.



Pineapple                       ¼

Carrots                           2

Green apple                   1

Milk cream                     1 tbsp

Honey                             2 tbsp

Mint leaves                    2-3

Ice cubes                      to taste


Cut finely the fruits into small pieces. Put all these parts into the blender with ice cubes, milk cream, honey, and mint leaves. Process it thoroughly and serve with a slice of pineapple on the top of the glass. At the end decorate your drink with some carved carrots or apple weird faces. You can pour some red stuff like ketchup on the fruits to give it a bloody look.



Turban squash                 1.5 kg

Bacon                                250 g

Grated Cheese                  250 ml

Cubed stale bread            750 ml

Cream                                125 ml

Garlic                                 1 chopped

Salt and pepper                to taste


Start by cutting up your squash; it will give you a look of the Jack O’ Lantern. Remove the seeds, and then dig to recover the pulp with a spoon.

Preheat the oven to 350 °F. Put the squad into the baking dish after cleaning it thoroughly.  Cook the chopped bacon in a skillet pan until brown, drain the water and let it cool at room temperature. Now add half grated cheese, bread, cream, garlic, salt, and pepper. Put this mixture into the squash, with light pressure. Sprinkle the half cheese, cover the squash and bake it for 1 hour in the preheated oven.


Oil                                 45 ml

Corn kernels                125 ml

Butter                           45 ml

Sugar                            180 ml


Cook the corns in oil at high heat. Cover the pot and shake off and on so they can pop up quickly.  After five minutes, transfer all the corns to a bowl.  Now return the pan on the heat put the butter to melt and add sugar. Stir well until it turned into a golden brown caramel, it may take five minutes. Pour this caramel on the popcorns; toss them gently to cover all of them. You can change some black food color in the caramel to give a more Halloween look. Just try it at this Halloween.