Halloween recipe inspiration

Halloween recipe inspiration

Are you needing some Halloween inspiration for the upcoming season? Whether it be super easy breakfast, party picks or a dinner time special, Schär have your back.

Double, double toil and trouble;
Kettle boil and cheesy toast bubble.
Lemon, coffee or pumpkin cake,
In the oven, boil and bake.

Fire on with outside fog
Sip of wine and cuddle of dog,
Cosy night and feast for king,
Biscuits bought and best friends ring.

A candle scent of caramel bubble
If we burn it all we’ll be in trouble.

Double, double toil and trouble;
Pizza made, let’s hope there’s double.

A night of spooky films and food,
Halloween night for the perfect mood.

Trick or Toast

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Double, double, toil and trouble;
Wholesome white for cheesy toast bubble.

Just like it says in the title, a spooktacular breakfast for any little pumpkin. 

Toast two slices of Schär Wholesome White Loaf before spreading with butter and decorating with cheese and olives in a mummified manor. Grill for aound 2 minutes for a bubbly mummy breakfast.

Red as blood, to start the day,
Eyeballs boiled, by the double you say.

Dragon Eggs on Deli

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How do you like your eggs in the morning? Let us guess, looking like eyeballs by any chance?

Boil your eggs in red food coloured water to make these dragon style boiled eggs to serve with the delicious Schär Deli Style Seeded Loaf.

Sausage Mummies

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Sausage mummies, wrapped up tightly
Don’t turn your back, they could be bitey!

We couldn’t resist these cute but creepy sausage rolls… What a treat for your little (or big) ones lunch box!

Go to our creepy Sausage Mummies recipe

Witches fingers

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Double, double, toil and trouble
Witches burn by cauldron bubble

We know our European Grissini Choc pot is a popular choice for holiday goers.

Why not have a go at your own by dipping Schär Grissini sticks in white chocolate which has been coloured with green food dye and top with a flaked almond. Refrigerate for 10-30 minutes and eat to your hearts content!

Pumpkin Cheesecake

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Flesh of pumpkin and shot of spice
To make hallows eve delicious and nice

Pumpkin season is in full swing and it would be a shambles if we didn’t include some pumpkin goodness in our Halloween bakes. This delicious cheesecake has subtle spice and is guaranteed to impress.

Go to our delicious Pumpkin Cheesecake recipe

Rich Tea Ghouls

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Spooky sights, a face of the fallen
Skeletons on biscuits, ideal for the smallens

These ghostly ghouls have a huge impact with only ten minutes of effort!

Grab some Schär Rich Tea Biscuits and top with rolled out white icing before using a black icing pen to draw your creepy faces on! Remember, you may have to sprinkle a tiny bit of water on the icing (biscuit side down) so it sticks to the rich tea biscuits.

Bat dippers

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Last but not least, a flighty bunch
Delicious enough to munch and crunch.

These are great in the centre of the table served up with salsa!

Simply use the Schär Mix It! To make up a batch of gluten free pastry (as shown in the sausage mummies recipe above) and cut shapes using a bat cookie cutter to create the desired shape.

Place on a baking tray, sprinkle with some paprika and bake for 15 minutes on 180˚C!

Have a spooktacular Halloween readers!