Trick-or-treating in your neighbourhood is most likely cancelled this year, but that does’t mean the fun has to stop as well. With everyone one encouraged to stay at home and to practice social distancing whenever venturing out, the safest place to celebrate Halloween is at home. We’ve put together a few recipe ideas to make your everyday meals a little bit spookier. Mwahahahaha!

Skeleton Veggie Tray

Here’s a fun and quick idea from Cooking With Janica, a skeleton veggie tray with dipping sauce. So easy to make and the kids would love it… the adults too! Try this idea with our Miso Chive Butterbean dip & Miso Walnut Dip recipes.

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Spiderweb Soup

We found this on ‘The Foodie And The Fix‘ and we think it looks spookylicious. The spiderweb is made from yogurt and coconut milk which is carefully poured on top of the soup to form circles. A tooth pick is then used to create the spiderweb pattern. This will work on any ‘thick’ pureed soup so why not try the spiderweb design on Miso Tasty’s Roast Parsnip & Carrot Miso Soup or Miso Tasty’s Spinach & Pea Miso Soup. Both recipes can be found here. Follow this link for Stephanie’s Coconut Curry Butternut Squash Soup recipe and how to create the spiderweb design.

Coffin Cake

Anna Helm Baxter’s coffin cake sounds deadly nice! Her recipe comes with a free template to recreate the coffin where the pumpkin cake sits and will make a delicious after meal treat. Find her recipe here. Why not try this idea with our Miso Brown Butter Banana Bread recipe?

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