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Halloween hacks for seriously scary party food

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Check out these clever and quick Halloween hacks that will help you celebrate Halloween with your little ones without any hassle. #Halloween #Recipes

Pumpkin Ice Screams

Pumpkin Ice Screams

This is a really quick desert to make. Just put a small scoop of Co-op barrel aged aged vanilla clotted cream ice scream between two Co-op scary looking gingerbread pumpkin heads and voilà, the yummy Halloween desert is done.

Scary Worms

Scary Worms

Make the jelly according to instructions on the box (don’t refrigerate). Once it cools stir in a little double cream. Put straws in a glass tightly, fill the straws with jelly and set. To loosen, hold over a dish of warm water and serve on crushed bourbon biscuit “dirt”.

Spooky Jelly Bowls 

Spooky Jelly Bowls

Make the jelly according to instructions on the box without refrigerating it. Fill some glasses a third of the way up with 1 colour. When set, top it with a layer of different colour. Leave to set and add a layer with other colour. For the last step, decorate with whipped cream or topping you like best.

Terrifying Tortillas 

Terrifying Tortillas

This Halloween hacks is super easy to make. Just grab a sharp knife or cookie cuter and cut 2 tortillas into scary shapes (try pumpkins, ghosts or bats). Brush with melted butter and add icing sugar and cinnamon or whatever you prefer. Bake for 2 minutes until crisp.

Zombie Eggheads

Zombie Eggheads

Soft boil 6 free range eggs with scary faces drawn on them with permanent marker. Serve with toasted brown bread shaped like dagger and red food dye stirred into each yolk.

These Halloween hacks were provided by Co-operative food.

Halloween hacks for seriously scary party food ideas

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