Our 6 spookiest Halloween recipes

Try these Halloween recipes to get into the holiday spirit. We’ve got tips for how your little monsters can help too!

1. Ghost milkshakes

Put the kids in charge of decorating the jars - they can draw on spooky faces with a black marker and dip the rims in sprinkles.
 

2. Jack-o’-lantern potato chips

Littlies can use a small round cutter to carefully cut holes in the potato slices.  

3. Layered graveyard taco dips

Kids can layer up the bean, avocado and tomato mixtures and decorate them with tortilla tombstones and trees.

4. Veggie monster tart with cheese eyes

Ask the kids to arrange the veggies over the pastry base and decorate the tart with cheese eyes.  

5. Cinnamon mummy biscuits

Kids can help cut out the biscuits and put them on the tray. After baking, let them get creative with the writing icing.  

6. Spooky fruit kebabs

These fruit skewers are great for the kids to do - let them make melon balls, thread the skewers and decorate.