Delicious Trick or Treats

One of the great things about Trick or Treat for Temple Street is how creative you can get with your preparations. Below, we have some fun recipes for you to try out for your party. We are sure with the tasty recipes below you will really impress your guests. Don’t forget the back of your party leaflet has another special recipe supplied by MiWadi, the fantastic sponsors of Trick or Treat for Temple Street.

Witch’s Brew

A deliciously deadly drink that will have your guests screaming for more!

What you’ll need:

MiWadi Orange Cordial
MiWadi Blackcurrant Cordial
Eerie eyeballs (green and red grapes)
Zombie brains (kiwi pieces)
Wriggly jelly worms
Ice cube tray
Cauldron (or a large serving bowl!)
Witch’s wooden spoon

What to do:

1. Fill the ice cube tray with diluted MiWadi Blackcurrant COrdial and jelly worms and allow to freeze
2. While the wriggly worms are chilling, fill your cauldron with diluted MiWadi Orange Cordial
3. Cackle scarily while you stir in the eerie eyeballs (grapes), zombie brains (kiwi) and wriggle worm ice cubes with your witch’s wooden spoon
4. To serve, dip the rim of each glas in undiluted MiWadi Blackcurrant Cordial and let it drip in spooky streaks down the inside of the glass
5. Ladle the Witch’s Brew into each glass and enjoy with your fellow guys and ghouls!

These all look delicious and are sure to be a Treat for all of your party goers! If you try your hands at some spooky baking be sure to take some photos and upload them on to Instagram or Twitter with our Hashtag #TrickorTreat4TempleSt.

Pumpkin Cookies

What you’ll need:

110g butter at room temperature
55g caster sugar
135g plain flour
Drop of vanilla extract
Handful of white chocolate chips
Drop of green food colouring
Drop of orange food colouring
Food writing pen
Pumpkin cookie cutter

What to do:

1. Heat your oven to 170C
2. Cream the butter, sugar and white chocolate chips until light and fluffy
3. Separate one cookie’s worth of dough and place in a separate bowl
4. Add orange food colouring a drop at a time to your main batch until it’s terrifyingly pumpkin-coloured
5. Add green food colouring to the small batch of mixture – this will be shaped into your pumpkin stalks!
6. Flour a clean worktop and roll out the orange mixture
7. Use your pumpkin to cut out your cookies
8. Take pinches of your green mixture and roll into a small sausage shape – just big enough to stick to the top of your pumpkin
9. Bake for about 15 minutes until they’re golden brown and slightly firm
10. Allow to cool and then use your food writing pen (you can get these in Tesco baking sections!) to draw on spooooky faces!