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Halloween food you should try this season

Halloween food you should try this season

Spooktober is here! And it brings a wide variety of entertainment with it.

Costume parties, trick-or-treating, crazy decorations, and crazier food are all part of the amazing Halloween season. Since we’re all about food, let’s look at some exciting ideas for Halloween-themed dishes you can try.

Bat Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches

Easiest first. Make your classic PB&J and cut it in the shape of a Bat. Looks cool and tastes good.

Decorated Cookies


This one is for all the people who like baking cookies. Halloween-ize your cookies with spiders, skulls, Frankenstein, tombstone, or pumpkin decorations.

Eyeball Pasta

Make Pasta Bolognese like you normally do. Add some meatballs on top, top it with a touch of ricotta and olives, you got your "bloody pasta" and eyeballs!

Bloody Mary Syringe

Make the Bloody Mary a tad more bloody-like. Get some syringes (without needles obviously), fill them with the beverage and put it in a nice ice bath. No Halloween party is complete without a little blood, right?

Red Velvet Cake


The obvious first choice for a “Blood Cake”, Red Velvet Cake tastes as good as it looks, which is VERY. Decorate with more red icing for extra bloodiness.

Stuffed Jack-o-Lantern Peppers

Make some Jack-o-Lanterns with bell peppers and stuff them with… whatever you prefer, really. Meat stuffing is recommended.

Halloween-themed mini pizzas

You can make mini-pizzas decorated with pumpkins, skeletons, ghosts, and other Halloween-ey stuff.

There’s no limit to the number of dishes one can come up with. Let your imagination run wild!

October 4th, 2019 By DinersTalk Team