7 Simple Ways to Make Any Food Spooky
It doesn’t take much to get into the Halloween spirit.
Halloween is looking to be pretty different this year – but that gives all of us spooky season fans an excuse to be more creative with how we celebrate. Whether you’re looking to slip some ghoulish fun into every day of October or planning a meticulously prepared haunted Halloween dinner, spook-ifying your food – and getting into the holiday spirit – can be super simple. Here’s how.
Chia Seed “Bugs”
Fool kids into thinking their stack of pancakes endured a bug infestation with a generous sprinkle of chia seeds. Stir right into the batter or spoon hydrated seeds onto a pool of sticky syrup.
Sweet Grenadine “Blood”
Bee Pollen “Earwax”
Skull Shaped Treats
Dry Ice “Fog”
Ah, a tried-and-true classic. Dry ice can bring an ultra-spooky ambiance to any meal. Add blocks to punch bowls for a cauldron-like effect, or break pieces directly into individual drinks. Just be sure not to swallow any dry ice and learn how to handle it properly before using.