A Tableful of Treats
[dc]I[/dc]f you’re planning a Halloween party this year, you may spend as much time contemplating the menu as picking out the perfect costume. Whether your style is spooky or sophisticated, a few themed dishes can help set the mood. Here are a few of our favorite picks from around the web.
A thick layer of dust covers this creepy skull – or is it just powdered sugar? You’ll need to sample it to find out.
Of course, not all Halloween meals need to take inspiration from horror flicks. These would be a festive addition to any kind of Fall gathering.
Laden with cinnamon, brown sugar and walnuts, these healthier treats come together easily in a crock pot – let them cook while you’re out trick-or-treating!
Tentacle Pot Pie
Warm and hearty, this meal is the perfect dinner for a night of trickery, but you’ll need to be brave enough to cut through the tentacle crust first.
Need more inspiration? Check out these posts:
Creepy Coconut Kiwi Panna Cotta – An illusion made of cream and fruit, this Panna Cotta is both elegant and gory. http://kitchentablescraps.com/cheap-and-tasty/creepy-coconut-kiwi-panna-cotta/
Pumpkin Cheese Plate – Simple cheese and crackers get all dressed up in this cute Pumpkin Patch appetizer. http://www.thatssomichelle.com/2011/09/pumpkin-cheese-plate.html
Midnight Black Chocolate Pudding – dark as a moonless Halloween night, this rich pudding is an indulgent adult treat. http://joythebaker.com/2011/10/midnight-black-chocolate-pudding/
What are your favorite Halloween recipes? Or are you too spooked to share? Share your Halloween food photos here and we’ll post them on our Facebook Page.