Halloween Treats for the Weekend

Halloween Treats for the Weekend Nakd Graveyard Source: Wallflowerkitchen

We know that Halloween is just an excuse to dress up and drink copious amounts of anything alcoholic, but you can also have some Halloween treats…whilst drinking festive drinks and eating drunk Halloween food.

So here we have our top Halloween treats that we have scoured the internet to find for you, from themed drinks, Halloween treats and pumpkin-based dishes. There is something for everyone and if you’re entertaining friends…even better.

Now I know that you’re probably thinking that it’s going to be really complicated and boring and ‘where do I even get pumpkins from!?’ but from pumpkin soup to caramel apples, there’s sure to be a feast if you can muster a few hours in the kitchen this weekend to get some Halloween treats

Halloween Treats for the Weekend

If you’re thinking that this is just hungover Halloween food, you would be half right. But from the inventive and creative recipes that chefs and bartenders have created over the years and around the world, we can now have fun with these Halloween recipes and in the process, probably destroy how tidy the kitchen is. From Australia to England, everyone will be celebrating in some sort of way this year so why not try out some new Halloween recipes that you’ve never heard of before. Let us inspire you with these pictures of mouth-watering foods, Halloween treats and festive drinks:

Recipes: Caramel and Chocolate Candy Apples/ Pumpkin Cheesecake Stuffed PumpkinsCandy Corn Cupcake/ Nakd GraveyardStuffed Pumpkin/ The Spider Bite/ Sleepy Hollow CocktailSpiced Halloween Punch/ Oreo Spider Webs/ Chocolate Pumpkin Loaf/ Lebanese Pumpkin Hummus/ The Zombie Cocktail

Now whilst you’re getting ready for the festive season of Halloween treats, keep these recipes in the back of your mind for when you’re entertaining guests and you want to impress them with your impressive cheffing abilities. Of course, many of them require the minimum effort, whilst just drinking wine in the kitchen and playing around with food. After all, if you cook with it, surely you should be able to have a drink of it too?