Halloween recipes

21 Oct

Halloween is at the door and whether you like this feast or not, one thing is for sure: children do like it. Originally born as a Celtic feast when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts, it has become nowadays a celebration extremely popular all over the world, especially among kids, for whom any opportunity to eat sweets, dress up and light bonfires is always welcome.

So, here are some easy-to-make Halloween recipes to have some fun with your kids in the kitchen and get them helping to make some creepy creations. What a better way to spend some quality time with your kids and make sure they don’t set the couch on fire with their friends? It was just a little Holloween bonfire…
worms of the earth

Worms of the Earth

Ingredients (for 2 cups)

  • 150 gr Philadelphia with Milka
  • 6 Oreo biscuits
  • 4 jelly worms
  • dark cocoa powder

In a bowl, whisk the Philadelphia with Milka with 4 crumbled Oreos. Mix with energy until it looks smooth, but don’t worry if you can’t get rid of all the lumps as they add to the final effect. If you can’t find any Philadelphia with Milka in your local grocery store, you may want to replace it with plain Philadelphia and a couple of tablespoons of dark cocoa powder.

Wipe the cream off the two left Oreos and crumble them.

Pour the mix of Philadelphia and cookies in two little glasses and flatten the surface with the back of a teaspoon. Insert a couple of jelly worms in each glass and cover it up with Oreo crumbs. Brrrr, frightening tasty!


2 Responses to “Halloween recipes”

  1. Martina October 25, 2012 at 1:36 pm #

    Dear Sere,
    your blog is truly wonderful! I love it!!!!
    Thank you for the Yummy Mummy section 🙂

    Marti xxx

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