Don’t be that guy! The guy who fails to plan, plans to fail; we all know this. We have put your ultimate guide to planning a successful themed Halloween party, with everything from food to drink recipes. For all you first timers out there, this step – by – step guide will ease you in to party planning and wont leave you feel overwhelmed. For you seasoned party planners, we hope that there are some cool new things you could try out to create a seriously wicked bash!
RICE CRISPIE MONSTERS
Edible candy eyes are pretty much the best baking invention ever, aren’t they? These little monsters are so easy to make, and they look so fun when you set them out on a platter. It’s like a little monster invasion sitting right there on the table.
See recipe here: http://onelittleproject.com/rice-krispie-treat-monsters/
BLOOD SPLATTER COOKIES
These creative cookies look amazing and they are super simple to create.
See recipe here: http://www.annies-eats.com/2012/10/29/blood-spatter-cookies/
Full of colour and real tasty this is something that the kids will definitely enjoy getting involved in making.
This is such a simple treat to make as well as extremely affordable.
This gruesome treat will add a little bit of savory to your party.
See recipe here: http://www.partytipz.com/blog/halloween-food-severed-fingers-in-a-bun/,
SHRUNKEN HEAD CIDER
This drink recipe is perfect for throwing an adult Halloween party.
JELLO SHOT EDIBLE EYEBALLS
This cute treat is perfect for adding some colour and fun, not to mention a whole heap of taste sensations, when you dash it with some vodka.
GLOW IN THE DARK PUNCH
This requires a black light, but it is definitely so well worth it! Adds a pop of neon colour and it becomes the focal point at any party.
See recipe here: http://ladyfordsguidetoeverything.blogspot.co.za/2013/10/amazing.html,
We hope that these spooky treats will be a hit at your Halloween parties, if you have any of your own frighteningly yummy treats that you would like to share with us then email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Our International Hotel School Students will be sharing their scary creations with us on Monday the 31st October so stay tuned for more gory ideas.