Be the ghost with the most with these Halloween treats

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21 October 2016 | Lifestyle

Don't miss a trick this Halloween - treat your guests to some themed cuisine with our scarily good ideas.

Ghost cheese mini pizzas

For a simple appetiser, try making your own pizzas and adding a spooky twist.

To make your mini pizzas, cut a flatbread in half to use as a base, before topping with tomato pizza sauce and moulding cheese into the shape of a ghost - you can even add sliced black olives for its eyes.

This recipe takes just 25 minutes to make from scratch.

Vampire slayer garlic bread witch hats

Stave off the vampires by making garlic bread witch hats.

For the bread, make a dough and mould it into the shape of a witch's hat, before glazing with garlic butter and baking.

To save time, take a shop-bought ciabatta and cut into a witch's hat shape, glaze with garlic butter and bake.

Follow this BBC Good Food recipe to make your own garlic butter.

Severed hand hot dogs

These finger-licking hot dogs are both tasty and gruesome.

Cook your finger-shaped Frankfurter sausages in a pan of boiling water before slicing off one end, at an angle, to create a severed finger, and smother in tomato ketchup.

If you want to go all out, Michel Roux Jr. shows how to make your own hot dogs from scratch in this BBC video.

Toffee apple nachos

This sweet take on nachos is a Halloween treat for the tastebuds.

Slices of apple serve as the tortilla chips, with chocolate chips and drizzled toffee sauce replacing the traditional toppings of salsa and sour cream.

Assemble your apple and toppings and warm it up in the microwave to create a perfect snack to enjoy while watching a scary movie.

For further inspiration, try this recipe from Delish.

Frozen banana ghosts

These ghoulish treats are sure to make your guests smile.

Follow this BBC Good Food recipe to create ghosts covered in white chocolate and coconut, with chocolate drops for eyes.

 

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