Are you planning an epic Halloween party this year? With everything else in place, it’s time to look into some spooky food to serve! Our list of spooky recipes will make your sorority the most popular one out there!
These treats are so easy to make even a five-year-old can’t get them wrong! We reckon you can make one of these every minute! To make these scary bats all you need are some round chocolates, chocolate crème biscuits, and googly eyes. We suggest you buy a whole truckload of googly eyes this Halloween!
Slice the Oreos in half and place the flat side on the chocolate, side by side. Stick a couple of edible googly eyes on the biscuits and your treat is ready!
We suggest using Reese’s cups and having some nut-free options for added variety as well.
2.Ear wax bites
These may sound downright disgusting, but we promise they taste delicious! For this treat, you will need white lollypop sticks, small white marshmallows, and some caramel. Piece the marshmallows onto both sides of the lollypop sticks. Dip the top of the marshmallows into the caramel to get the desired look.
Pretzels are everyone’s favorite! They come in different shapes, but to get the desired effect, you will need pretzel rods, white chocolate, and googly eyes.
Dip the entire pretzel stick into melted white chocolate and allow them to set. Now, roughly, drizzle on white chocolate in a piping bag to give a “bandaged” effect. Leave some room for the googly eyes; stick them on with white chocolate too. Allow to set and enjoy!
This treat is not only delicious, but healthy too! All you need are some strawberries, white chocolate, and some black frosting. Keep the leafy bits of the strawberry on; you wouldn’t want a bald ghost now would you? Dip the strawberries into the melted chocolate and let them set. Once set, frost on the eyes and a mouth on the strawberries in the form of 2 dots.
Another treat for the health nuts among us! These treats require green apples cut into 8 slices. Spread peanut butter on one side of all the apples. Put yogurt covered raisins on one slice and sandwich the other slice on top.
A lot of people love caramel apples at a carnival. These sweet treats are not only delicious candied apples, but they’re also sparkly! Here’s how you can make them:
Add candy sticks to apples and dip in caramel. To make caramel, combine sugar and corn syrup on the stovetop. Add some vanilla and some gel coloring. Make sure you cover the apples in an even layer. Roll the apples in edible glitter.
Amidst all the Halloween party cheer don’t forget about the AKA Sorority spirit. Remember to wear your AKA pin proudly at the party and maybe throw in a couple of AKA accessories too.