Spooky Halloween Recipes

Halloween Recipes

"My Egg is Running Away" from www.cutefoodforkids.com

Time to get scaaarrrey in the kitchen - with eggs! I've braved the website to look for fun yet creepy ways to prepare eggs at this devilishly delicious time of year. I love this simple idea for turning a fried egg into something frighteningly fun, the creation of the website, Cute Food For Kids. The egg is decorated using a packet of ketchup and mustard to create this breakfast idea - My Egg is Running Away! (You could probably also use ketchup and mustard in a squeeze bottle with a small opening.) When you crack the egg into a frying pan to cook it, if the yolk is too centred, push it gently off-centre with the edge of a turner or a spoon, and hold it there briefly until the heat sets it in place. Or, just use the egg as it falls out of its shell onto the frying pan to inspire a crazy creature you can decorate with a little ketchup, and maybe some cheese, or chopped ham or bacon or......?  (Check Cute Food For Kids' website for a cute spider also made with a fried egg.)

We've collected some other spooky recipes for you to try!

Eye of Newy from Allrecipes

Eyeball Appetizers from Taste of Home

Eggy Eyeballs from howstuffworks

Green Gruel with Eyeballs from epicurious

Spiderweb Eggs from Martha Stewart

Devilled Giant Spider Eggs from Canadian Living

Haunted Forest Platter from CooksRecipes

Meringue Bones from Food+Words

Spooky Meringue Ghosts from 101 Cookbooks

Ghostly Custards from Taste of Home

Skull eggs from Egg Farmers of Canada

Egg Carton Pumpkins from Egg Farmers of Canada

 Dine if you dare! Bone Apetit!!