Make your Halloween fang-tastic with these homemade Halloween treats that are sure to give ‘em pumpkin to talk about.
Perfect for children's Halloween parties, these Dracula denture cookies will be a spooky showstopper.
Simply pick up a packet of your favourite cookies, some red food colouring, mini marshmallows, slivered almonds, and a tub of vanilla icing, all available at Joyce’s spooktacular supermarket. Add a few drops of the red food colouring into the vanilla icing and mix until smooth. Spread a thin layer of the red icing on each cookie. Place the mini marshmallows on the round edge of one cookie and place the icing side of another cookie on top. Cut in half to create the denture shape, and stick a slivered almond on each side to mimic Dracula’s fangs. Bone appetit!
Enjoy a spooky twist on the classic candy apple with this poison apple recipe.
Melt 2lb of semi-sweet chocolate, insert lollipop sticks into the core of an apple, and dip in the melted chocolate. Twist until fully coated, follow by dipping the apple into toppings of your choice such as popping candy, chopped nuts, etc. Allow to set for 20 minutes then serve. Repeat the same steps as above using white chocolate and strawberries to create strawberry ghosts. Once cooled, use an icing pipe to make the eyes and mouth of the ghost on the strawberry. Your guests are sure to want more after goblin up these treats.
Lift your spirits with a Jekyll and gin glowing cocktail.
This fa-boo-lous drink appears coral in daylight, glows white under a black light, and is frightfully quick to make. Mix 150ml of gin, 20ml of lemon juice, 2tsp grenadine, and a handful of ice in a cauldron. Pour into two glasses, top with tonic water, and garnish with a glow stick.
Be the ghostess with the mostest with the help of your local Joyce’s Spooktacular Supermarket.