Gross Halloween recipes: traditional party food, drink, road kill.

Food & drink Halloween recipes: traditional party, cupcakes, road kill, treats


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Getting the food and drink right for your Halloween party is very important, after all you can’t have vampires sitting down to MacBuggle Burgers. They need something with a bit more blood. Or, at least, perhaps orange juice that looks like blood.

So we’ve brought together some sites that will give you a huge range of ideas of what you can feed your undead hordes on All Hallow’s Eve.




UK & USA

Video Jug: Halloween
The Video Jug is great because every single one of its ghoulish recipes is illustrated with a video which shows you exactly how to make the horrible recipe or drink.


iVillage
Here’s an unusual opportunity: cooking suggestions for Halloween from a real witch, Titania Hardie, so now you can celebrate summer’s end in style with great food.


Halloween Express
Whether you’re entertaining grown-ups or kids the Halloween Express has the foods and the drinks (and the games) for you including eerie Halloween recipes and punch.


UKTV: Halloween recipes
Get the Autumn Halloween celebration going with this great set of recipes and treats including warming soups and crisp toffee apples, soups, saucy pastas and more.


The Scotsman
Any excuse for a party and here the writer Claire Macdonald explores some great food and drink ideas for the Halloween celebration that you can try out yourself.


Celebrations-Party
Some excellent Halloween brews for your kids including Melissa’s Mishmash, Hagatha’s Horror potion, gruesome Gunther’s gunge and Bonecrusher Boris’s blueberry fizz.


Fabulous Foods
It’s time to take your pumpkins to a whole new level, never mind the primitive hacking-out of eyes, nose and mouth we have instructions and patterns for amazing results.


Family management
Want something truly ghoulish, ghastly and gross for your Halloween feast? Try Blood soup; French-Fried Eye Balls; Brain Cell Salad; Bugs in dirt sandwiches and more.


Rexanne
Concerned about the sugar overdose that your kids are going to get on Halloween? Buffer their digestions with a good meal beforehand, we provide some easy ideas.


Halloween is Here
We have a selection of printable Halloween recipes to make your meals even more interesting: Try our sickly soups & salads, atrocious appetizers and disgusting dinners.

Last updated October 15, 2007 5:41 PM