Terrifying and delight this Halloween with our sweet and savoury Halloween recipe ideas from gnarly witch’s fingers, to spooky ghost cakes and more!


Black bats

To make Halloween eerily delicious for the kid in all of us, unleash these rainbow choc chip bat biscuits coated in glace icing.
Chocolate shortbread

Chocolate shortbread

Sweet, crumbly and utterly indulgent, enjoy a piece of this beautiful chocolate shortbread with a cuppa for morning or afternoon tea. Or, make it for your loved ones - it's the perfect gift for Christmas or birthdays.

Witches’ brew

To make a cauldron for the witches’ brew, insert black, dark grey or purple fabric or paper into large dark bowl or pot, then place container with witches’ brew into cauldron. Or you could just cover a large punch bowl with the paper or fabric and put the brew straight into the bowl. Note
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Spooky raspberry ice-cream cake

You'll get more howls of delight than of fear when you bring this spooky ice-cream cake out! A firm favourite from The Australian Women's Weekly Kids' Perfect Party Book.
toffee apples

Toffee apples

Toffee apples can be made up to two days ahead. Place in paper cases and wrap in cellophane or use cellophane bags. Note