Once you're armed with a wooden board then you can dress your food up as much or as little as you want. I opted for some decorative bat confetti, pumpkin ramekins and little spiders to give it that extra Halloween feel, but you can go all out with snack jars if you'd like. As for the food here are the ideas and their accompanying recipes that I used:
Bat Cheese Crackers I've previously shared my easy cheese straw recipe on here and all I did was adapt that by making them into bat shapes instead. They're perfect paired with an array of cheeses and are undeniably moorish.
Mummy Sausage Rolls I found this idea on the Sainsbury's website and just knew I had to make them myself as sausage rolls are one of my favourite snacks. These would be great for kids parties. All you need is a puff pastry sheet, your sausages of choice and a sharp knife to make strips of pastry that you will wrap around and then bake - adding some edible eyes afterwards.
Shrunken Potato Heads These were actually recommended to me by a friend when I was gathering ideas for this snack board. They're super simple, yet an effective addition as they can be eaten on their own or dipped into your sauce of choice. Simply carve out faces in your miniature potatoes, cover with oil and seasoning and then cook!
- Mini pizzas with mozzarella ghosts.
- Pumpkin shaped bread.
- Oreo spiders.
- Pretzel monster fingers.
- Pumpkin mini apple pies.
- A bread dip cauldron.
- Marshmallow ghosts.
- Pumpkin devilled eggs.
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