Spookify your potatoes with these interesting faces. Perfect boiled or roasted will certainly be a talking point at the dinner table. Hopefully, not from the potatoes themselves.
What you need: cleaned pototes with skin
How to: use a sharp knife and carefully cut out some eyes and mouth.
Get creative with spooky waste free Halloween treats! 🎃 Creepy Crunchy Cockroaches made from Medjool dates stuffed with peanut butter, cream cheese and walnuts, with almond sliver antennae! Yum scrum!
How to make: fill the inside of the date with the peanut butter or cream cheese, then decorate with walnuts or almond slivers as horns.
Monster Mouth! Apple lips with peanut butter gums and yoghurt-coated sultanas. Lip smackingly delicious sure to scare all the little hands!
What you need: Peanut Butter, Yoghurt Coated Sultanas, apples cut into sixths.
How to make: spread nut butter between two apple slices and squish yoghurt coated sultanas on the edge.
It’s pumpkin season! Why not get creative and make some delicious pumpkin shaped cookies with the kids? Let their imaginations run wild and create other spooky shapes like ghosts or bats!
What you need: Classic Shortbread Recipe-In-A-Bag
How To: make your cookie dough and either use cookie cutters if you have them or carefully use a butter knife to shape the cookies into pumpkins.
Halloween Activity Treasure or Scavenger Hunt
What child doesn’t love a treasure or scavenger hunt? Not only do they get to run around the house looking for clues but they also get rewarded with a tasty treat along the way!
Follow this Spooky Activity Guide to set up your treasure hunt or scavenger hunt, fit for a pirate, at home!
We hope you’re feeling inspired by our spooky Halloween at Home ideas! If you get involved in any of these activities, be sure to tag us @thesourcebulkfoods as we’d love to see it! 📸
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