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  • Classic pumpkin pie

    Pumpkin pie is a wonderful seasonal recipe and our easy, classic pumpkin pie is a real treat for Halloween, Bonfire Night, thanksgiving, or as a delicious pud to enjoy after a warming roast. Delicious eaten warm with lashings of cream, or perhaps a scoop of real dairy vanilla bean ice-cream…we can feel our mouths watering just thinking about it! Don’t know what to do with all of the leftover pumpkin once you’ve carved yours ready for Halloween? Well a classic pumpkin pie is one of the best ways to use up leftover pumpkin, especially when it's in season in autumn. Perfect for Halloween or Bonfire Night, this mouth-watering pumpkin pie recipe is best served topped with a sweet cream mix and dusted with cinnamon for a warming taste. This recipe serves 10 people, perfect if you've got the family round for dinner – or if you want some to save to enjoy later in the week! It should take around 2 hours and 25 minutes to prepare and bake this pumpkin pie – and you can trust us when we say it is well worth the wait! We’ve added a wonderful twist to this tasty pumpkin pie recipe by adding raisins into the mix. The raisins add sweet bursts of flavour throughout the thick, rich pumpkin flavour and gives this classic recipe a fresh and modern feel. We like to make baking as easy, quick and enjoyable as possible, so our pumpkin pie recipe uses ready-made shortcrust pastry. But, if you’re up for a challenge, inspired by Bake Off, or simply enjoy baking and experimenting in the kitchen, you can make your own. Whether you choose to do it yourself or by ready-made pastry, this pumpkin pie recipe is sure to impress and make a truly tasty dessert for you to serve this season!

    • 4
    (5 ratings)
  • halloween traybake

    Halloween traybake

    Our Halloween traybake should put a smile on your kids' faces and put a healthy dent in your sweetie drawer. This Halloween traybake is definitely a good way to use up all the leftover sweets your ghosts, witches and werewolves managed to scare from your neighbours (if they haven't eaten them all already, of course!).

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Pumpkin and Sweet Potato soup alpro

    Pumpkin soup

    Pumpkin soup is a warming, low-fat soup recipe that's perfect for Halloween and for Bonfire Night too served with breadstick 'broomsticks'. This pumpkin soup is so easy to make, serving 4 people. And the best part? This delicious pumpkin soup only takes 20 mins to prep. This thick and creamy soup is a great way for using up leftover pumpkin in the winter months. Infused with onion and garlic, this flavoured-packed soup is a real winner. Serve with a crusty white loaf or healthy seeded bread rolls and enjoy. This recipe shows you how to make breadstick 'broomsticks' too which are a great side when serving for Halloween - the kids will love them.

    • 3
    (105 ratings)
  • red velvet cheesecake

    Red Velvet Cheesecake Cups for Halloween

    Red velvet cheesecake cups are a bite size version of a classic. Whether these red velvet cheesecake cups are served with a cup of tea in the afternoon or a dinner party dessert they are always a crowd pleaser and we've given ours a bit of a spooky twist. If you don't want to make these for Halloween then just leave off the cream and blueberries which make the cheesecakes look like they have eyes!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Witch fingers with chilli swamp dip recipe

    Witch fingers with chilli swamp dip

    Witch fingers with chilli dip are pigs in blankets served in a creamy sweet chilli sauce, make fun finger foods for a Halloween party! Watch the kids faces as you serve these up - they make a great addition to a Halloween party or buffet and they're just as delicious as they are gruesome! They only take 15 minutes to prep which makes them super simple and you can even get the kids to help, particularly with making the dip! If you want, you can even double up on the finger ingredients and arrange them to look like two hands trying to come out of the dip! You can also serve them up with ketchup so it looks like blood. They're super fun to make and eat and they're ideal for a party!

    • 5
    (4 ratings)
  • Pumpkin cheesecake

    Pumpkin cheesecake

    Pumpkin cheesecake doesn’t just have to be a Halloween or Thanksgiving pud! This tasty pumpkin cheesecake can be enjoyed all year round and is bursting with flavour. The base is made with crushed ginger biscuits that gives each bite a tangy, burst of ginger that works wonders with the soft, pumpkin infused filling. With a hint of vanilla extract in the filling too, you’re going to love this easy pumpkin cheesecake. And, if you’re enjoying this pumpkin cheesecake seasonally, you can reap all of the benefits of this autumnal vegetable, wrapped up is a sweet dessert treat! Pumpkins have been proven to support our skin thanks to the beta-carotene it contains that converts to vitamin A in our bodies and soothe our stress levels as they’re a source of magnesim. Pumpkins also contain a decent amount of vitamin C, which is great for helping to boost your immune system during cold winter months.While a warming winter soup might be best if you’re trying to be healthy, it’s good to know that if you are indulging in a slice of delicious pumpkin cheesecake, there are some benefits to your delicious dessert – other than how good it tastes of course! This recipe will take around 20 mins to prepare plus chilling time. We think our pumpkin cheesecake is best made in advance so it has plenty of time to set - so it's perfect for a party. Simply make the pumpkin cheesecake the day before, leave to set overnight, and then pop in the oven when you’re ready to warm it up and serve the next day. An autumnal crowd pleaser, decorate your cheesecake with plenty of whipped cream or a wonderful scoop of real dairy vanilla bean ice-cream that will make the perfect contrast to your warming winter pud, straight out of the oven.

    • 0
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  • pumpkin shaped cake

    Pumpkin shaped cake

    Our pumpkin shaped cakes is a way to give your Halloween party a bit of pizazz and makes the perfect centrepiece. This Pumpkin shaped cake is an inventive way to either pimp up your pumpkin flesh after all those lanterns or to do a more seasonal twist on a family favourite. If you don't have a bundt tin then you can use regular sandwich tin and cut off the edges to give a more rounded finish, once you have the icing and stalk on it nobody will be able to tell!

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  • How to make Halloween eyeball cake decorations

    Learn how to make Halloween eyeball cake decorations for your gruesome Halloween cakes this year. Follow our step-by-step picture and video recipe to make these creepy fondant decorations in no time.

    • 4
    (10 ratings)
  • Treacle toffee

    Treacle toffee is a great addition to a Halloween or Bonfire Night party (but we have also been known to treat ourselves to a few squares outside of these celebrations!). Easy to make, this treacle toffee recipe is a sticky sweet treat that is perfect as a food gift or a sweet treat at special occasions. This recipe makes 4 gift bags worth and will take around 50 mins to make, plus cooling time, so is a simple Saturday activity to do with the kids - just be mindful of how hot the sugar gets. The treacle will set hard so be careful when it comes to breaking with a rolling pin. If you don't want pieces of treacle to fly everywhere when breaking up, place a kitchen or tea towel over the top before smashing. Thanks to the lovely treacle in this recipe the results are rich and dark. Once you've finished cooling your tasty toffee the top should be beautifully smooth and shiny.

    • 3
    (124 ratings)
  • Toffee apples

    No Halloween or Bonfire Night party is complete without some traditional toffee apples. To create these classic sticky and sweet treats, just follow our simple toffee apple recipe. We've even included an easy-peasy-to-follow video how to, to help you get them spot on every time. Ready in just 20 mins, plus cooling time, these delicious toffee apples will complete any autumnal party (because they're too good to save just for Halloween). This recipe makes 6 apples but if you'd like to make more just double, or even triple, the quantities needed. If you want to give these apples a red glow, add a few drops of red food colouring to the sugar mixture once you've removed from the heat. You can use other apples for this recipe too, depending on what you can get your hands on. We love to give these out to kids on Halloween instead of the usual bags of sweets.

    • 4
    (76 ratings)
  • Jelly worms

    How convincing do these jelly worms look? Made with a simple pack of jelly mix and some party straws, these worms are so easy to make for Halloween. These scary jelly worms are the perfect addition to any Halloween treats you're whipping up to have fun with the kids - pop on top of a Halloween cake, pack into your party punch to give it a creepy twist or eat them just as they are. They might look impressive to the little ones but you only need three simple ingredients to make these jelly worms. These jelly worms are also super speedy to make - can you believe they only take 10 mins? The kids are going to go crazy for these easy jelly worms - especially when they get to eat them. This recipe makes 100 worms with just 10 mins hands-on prep time (plus chilling time) so is perfect for Halloween parties.

    • 4
    (13 ratings)
  • Biscuit ghosts

    Halloween ghost biscuits

    Halloween biscuits are a staple of any Halloween banquet and our mummy blogger Anneliese has come up with the perfect ghost biscuits recipe - they're just as delicious as they are spooky! These Halloween biscuits makes 8 biscuits and they only take 32 mins from scratch. She says: 'So it's that time of year when all the pumpkins, plastic spiders and spooky ghosts start to spring up in the shops and the cobwebs in our house are suddenly in fashion! Halloween is also a great time to get creative in the kitchen as most children love making creepy cakes and bakes. These simple Halloween biscuits were a real hit with my boys and were so easy to make. They are perfect for when you have limited time for decoration but want an effective result. Schools often have Halloween parties and these ghost biscuits would be a great TREAT to take along!'

    • 4
    (13 ratings)

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