Halloween Food (Instructables Halloween)

Posted August 26th, 2013 by Halloweenish

Trick out the treats for your next gathering of ghouls with these 20 Halloween food projects.

These desserts, snacks, and drinks will appeal to people who want something cute and seasonal. And it will also appeal to the folks who respect the culinary adventurousness of Hannibal Lecter and the Donner party, but aren’t willing to fully commit to the requisite lifestyle change to jump in whole hog (or long pig in this case.)

Read on to find the perfect treat for your Halloween gathering.

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2 Responses to “Halloween Food (Instructables Halloween)”

  1. Penmouse

    Ghoulish delights Perhaps I am showing my age, but the Halloween I remember was filled with less ghoulish delights and a lot happier. I do remember carving pumpkins, dunking for apples, eating candied apples, and in general having good clean fun. I do not remember seeing (or eating) ghoulish brains or other creepy foods.If you are into eating food that looks like blood stains on slides, brains or other ghoulish delights you will love this cookbook. It was a turn-off for me.You will find a few cute, less scary recipes, such as Candy Corn, Monster Cookies or Mummy Dogs in the Halloween Food (Instructables Halloween) cookbook.There are step-by-step photos and an active table of contents making navigation easy.Recommend with caveats given.

  2. Kathy

    disappointing Unfortunately I found this book’s recipes too juvenile. The instructions were also confusing and appeared to miss steps. Sorry….didn’t like it.

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