Halloween is Coming! Ready?

Halloween is a season where children and adults love the most next to Christmas. Why? Because instead of singing carols in the street, Halloween is a perfect time of the year why children and adult alike would knock to every home in the neighborhood for trick and treat. In addition to that, everyone loves the annual Halloween costume party where everybody would try to dress up in the spookiest outfit or the weirdest one. On top of that, who can resists the following Halloween food ideas?

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Mummy Cake. Everybody loves chocolate cake! Well, put a little twist on it by coming up with a chocolate mummy cake. Shape the cake into a coffin like design with a mummy frosted topping. Wouldn’t that be perfect for your Halloween gathering?

Marshmallow Pops. If you are tired of giving our candies and chocolates to trick or treat kinds then be creative enough to have marshmallow pops. Have a large marshmallow in a printed paper straw. You can choose your own design by having fondant and some candies pieces forming Frankenstein, skulls, scarecrows, pumpkins and ghosts.

Jack-O-Lantern cheese balls. Who says cheese balls are only for the holidays? They can be perfect for Halloween too! Use your imagination and carve a large cheese ball into a Jack-O-Lantern. Attach some nachos in it to give it an overall pumpkin look. Candy Sprinkles or chocolates can be used to make eyes, the nose and the hallow mouth.

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Vampire Cocktail. Instead of having juices or coffee for your Halloween party, come up with something extraordinary like a vampire cocktail. Mix up some red wine or cheery flavored juice with some fruits and you have your vampire cocktail, presto!

Wicked Cupcakes. Turn an ordinary cupcake into a Halloween cupcake! How? That can be simple. You can use fondant and make witches hat like designs. You can also have ghosts by having plain while fondant on top of the cupcakes.

Can’t stand a party without a spit roast? Of course, you know who to call. Get the your favorite spit roast from St George District Spit Roast Catering.

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