Struggling with which Halloween desserts to make this year? You’re not alone. Candies, decorations, parties and costumes, Halloween comes with a complete package. Coming up with the perfect costume for Halloween is a tiresome and time consuming job, so are the decorations. With the whole fuss around makeovers, our list of 10 Halloween desserts and drinks to try this year will make sure you don’t miss out on catering to the sweet tooth of your guests.
Your food has as much right to be festive appropriate as what you wear! And ending meals on a sweet note is as important as having a proper meal. We’d made sure to list down the ideas in the most simplistic of forms that you wouldn’t even need to follow a lengthy recipe to put any of the follow things together. The Halloween desserts in this list are so easy that they can be be whipped up while still looking impressive, so let’s get started.
10. Monster Cookies
Who doesn’t love cookies?! And if cookies come dressed up as adorable little monsters, I’m sure no one would be able to resist. On our list of Halloween desserts and drinks, we suggest that you give your friends and family, these easy Halloween treats by making these super easy monster cookies.
The best part is :
You don’t even have to bake cookies yourself if you don’t want to. Get cookies of any brand from market, mini marshmallows and skittles for the eyes, chocolate chips for the teeth and colored frosting for the mouth. It would hardly take 15 minutes to make these gorgeous treats everybody would drool over.
9. Vampire Blood Punch
This blood punch will be the prize winner in any vampire themed Halloween party ideas. Not only will it quench their thirst but will have a perfect presentation. Even if you are having nothing fancy in Halloween decorations, you make up to the Halloween night with show-topping cocktails like these from our compilation of Halloween desserts and drink. You would need any regular drink, mix berry punch maybe, fizzy water and dry ice. Dry ice will add the smoke. (Be careful with the dry ice though, it might be dangerous to handle with bare hands). For a more gory look, stir up corn syrup with molasses and red food coloring. Dip your finger in the mixture and run it along the rim of the bowl or glasses, whatever you prefer until the syrup drips down the sides.