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Party Food Ideas

Try out some of these spooky ideas...

Kalula's Kreepy-Cheese Burgers

A simple, but tasty treat. Kalula's Kreepy-Cheese burgers are as easy to make as they are to eat. Just cut out some spooky faces into your cheese and place them over the cooked burger patties. The heat from the patties will melt the cheese to add that ghoulish finish.


We recommend drawing some stencils on paper to try out your ideas before cutting into your cheese. Copy some of Kalula's cool faces or make some of your own. Don't forget to post your awesome creations on our facebook page.



Old English Cheese Slices (or equivalent)

Hamburger Buns

Burger Patties (buy them ready made or create your own)

Grizzo's Ghoulish Potato Chips

Grizzo loves working with his hands, that's why his favourite Halloween dish is Ghoulish Potato Chips. First Step, pre-heat the oven to approximately 150 degrees. Whilst the oven is heating up, stencil some ghoulish face designs on paper (feel free to copy some of ours). Peel and slice up your potato's around 5mm thick (too thin and they will shrivel, too thick and they will be difficult to carve). Cut out the faces from your stencils into the potatoes.


Place the potatoes into a plastic resealable bag, drizzle some olive oil, sprinkle your herbs of choice, then seal the bag and shake well. Once the potatoes are evenly coated, place them on a tray lined with baking paper and place them in the oven. Allow to cook until crisp (Approximately 30 minutes). Serve with some chuncky tomato salsa. Don't forget to post your awesome creations on our facebook page.



Sweet Potatoes

Regular Potatoes (small to medium size)

Virgin Olive Oil

Herbs (our preference is cinnamon or paprika for a bit of spice)

(Tip: beets, carrots and other vegetables can be used.)

Par-Tay's Yummy Mummy Frankfurts

Par-Tay's Yummy Mummy Frankfurts are the perfect Halloween party starter. Bite sized treats you can swallow in one piece. This is a fun recipe, try it out with the kids. Start by pre-heating the oven to 150 degrees and thaw out few sheets of puff pastry (and your frankfurts if they were frozen). Separate the egg yolk from the white and whisk the yolk.


Cut a sheet of pastry into 5mm wide strips. Spiral the a strip of pastry around a frankfurt, leaving a gap for the eyes. Don't be affraid to overlap a little. Continue this process until you have mummified all your frankfurts. Place the mummies onto a tray lined with baking paper. Use a basting brush to baste the pastry with the egg yolk.


Cook until golden brown. Remove from the oven and allow to rest for 5 minutes. Using a sqeeze bottle or a toothpick, dot two eyes onto the exposed frankfurt flesh with the mustard. The rest of the mustard can be used as dipping sauce. There you have it, an amazing halloween treat. Don't forget to post your awesome creations on our facebook page.



Cocktail Frankfurts

Puff Pastry Sheets

1 Egg Yolk (for basting)

Honey Mustard

Wilbo's Wormified Chocolate Mouse

Now here is a dessert you can all dig into. Wilbo's Wormified Chocolate Moose is a sweet treat, almost too good to eat. First step, blend the chocolate ripple cookies to make the dirt. We chose this cookie as it provides the best texture for dirt. Mix some of the "dirt" through the chocolate moose for effect.


Then fill the plastic cups 2/3 with the chocolate moose. Fill the rest of the cup with the "dirt" then place in 2-3 Wilbo Worms in the dessert so they are half hanging out of the cup. Then presto, your dessert is ready. Give it a try, you won't regret it. Don't forget to post your awesome creations on our facebook page.



Chocolate Ripple Cookies (for the dirt)

Chocolate Moose (buy it ready made or make your own)

Gummy Worms (or Wilbo Sour Worms for a bit of a twist)

Clear Plastic Cups

Blugo's Pancake Special

Ready to try Blugo's Wicked Pancake Special? It's almost as simple as 1, 2, 3. Place all of the eggs, vanilla, colouring and milk into a bowl & whisk. Sift the flour into seperate mixing bowls, then stir in the sugar. Make a pit in the centre of the flour mixture and pour the milk in the pit. Whisk until you get a smooth texture.


Heat a non-stick fry pan at about medium heat. Place about a 1/3 of a cup of the pancake mixture into the fry pan and cook for approximtely 2-3 minutes per side. Repeat this process until you've used up the mixture. For some extra flavour, add some raspberry topping. Don't forget to post your awesome creations on our facebook page.


Ingredients: (Makes Approx 12 pancakes)

1 3/4 cup of milk

2 cups of self-raising flour

1/3 cup of caster sugar

2 eggs

1  teaspoon vanilla extract (or essence)

Orange food colouring

(Tip: you can make a natural food colouring using the juice of a carrot and some water)


Ruby Red's Full Moon Punch

Ruby Red's Full Moon Punch is the highlight of every Halloween party. This tasty punch has some great spooky additions. The first step, create the frozen hands. It is best to do this at least 1 day in advance, 2 days to be safe. Fill 2 rubber gloves with water and tie of the ends (elastic bands work best). Place them on a plastic tray so they don't stick.


Once the frozen hands are ready, it's time to make the punch. Pour the cranberry juice, raspberry juice and lemonade into a large punch bowl (avoid filling to high to allow room for the frozen hands). Slice the apples into thin slices and place in the bowl. If you're feeling creative, you can cut fun shapes into the apples.


Add the Wilbo Worms and Mega Snakes for effect. Try drapping the Mega Snakes over the sides of the bowl to look like they're escaping. Just before serving, retrieve the gloves from the freezer and remove the rubber gloves from the frozen water. Place them into the punch bowl and enjoy. Try drawing some fun characters on your cups for that little something extra.


Ingredients: (Enough for 1 large punch bowl)

1L Raspberry Juice

1L Cranberry Juice

1L Lemonade

2-3 Green Apples

1x Wilbo Worms 150g

3x Mega Snakes

2x Rubber Gloves (to make frozen hands)


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