CAUTION! Scare your guests on Halloween night! Fun and spooky party food idea!

2018 Halloween is coming up, that means it’s time to party! If you are Halloween enthusiast, you must have spent quite a bit of time planning your Halloween outfit. Costume is great but it’s not enough! Let’s make your Halloween party extra spooky by dressed up your party food! We’ve collected 3 creepy Halloween snacks recipes for you. Halloween's just two weeks away. Let’s get ready for your party!

Bloody Jello Brain


Ingredients (4 Brain):

  • Brain Mold

  • 150 ml Vodka

  • 145 ml Raspberry Liqueur

  • 145 ml Hazelnut Liqueur

  • 23 g Pure Gelatin

  • 360 ml Boiling Water

  • 400 ml Condensed Milk

  • Raspberry Jam

  • (You can substitute water and juice for the alcohol)


  • Combine gelatin and vodka in a large bowl, set it aside for at least five minutes.

  • Add the boiling water to the bowl of the mixture, stir until the gelatin is dissolved.

  • Combine the raspberry liqueur, hazelnut liqueur, condensed milk, stir until all ingredients are fully integrated.

  • Apply a small amount of oil to the mold, then pour the jello mixture into the mold and fill it one third. Set remaining jello mixture aside.

  • Refrigerate the jello until it becomes firm.

  • Remove the mold when the jello is firm, then add a proper amount of raspberry jam to the jello and pour the remaining jello mixture into the mold.

  • Refrigerate the jello overnight. Pour some raspberry jam onto the jello brain when jello is ready to serve. DONE!

Freaky Zombie Finger Cookies


Ingredient (20-25 cookies):

  • ½ Cup Sliced Almonds

  • Q.S. Red-Coloured Jam

  • Q.S Cocoa Powder

  • 35g Softened Butter

  • 100g Granulated Sugar

  • 1 Egg

  • 270g Cake Flour

  • 1 teaspoon Baking Powder

  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract


  1. Add softened butter, egg, granulated sugar, vanilla extract into the bowl, stir the ingredients together until creamy.

  2. Add sifted cake flour and baking powder into the mixture, mix all the ingredients until completely blended. Then refrigerate the dough at least 30 minutes.

  3. Divide the dough into 20-25 pieces, roll each of the dough into finger shape and pinch it in two places to form knuckles, add small cuts on the finger dough with a knife to make it more realistic. (The finger dough should be thinner than real finger because the dough will puff up when you bake it)

  4. Preheat the oven to 180ºC, then bake the finger dough for about 20 minutes, until lightly brown.

  5. Take the cookies out and let it cool for a while. Place the sliced almonds on the top of the finger cookies. Brush some cocoa powder to the joint. Apply the red coloured jam roughly around, especially at the severed part of the finger. DONE!

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