5 Snacks Perfect for Halloween
Do you like scary movies? Whether you're alone for Wan or with friends watching Craven, your horror movie marathon wouldn't be complete without the perfect snack. So, if you're looking for something to eat other than popcorn, this is the list for you.
Halloween is just around the corner! So, whether you’re binge-watching your favorite horror movies and TV series at the comforts of your own home or getting ready for a night out wearing your obligatory Harley Quinn / Joker / I’m-A-Mouse-Duh! costume, these snacks will definitely serve up some additional tasty scares for you and your friends.
Munching on a good snack while binge-watching the whole Shake, Rattle and Roll series / any Kris Aquino movie / or the classic Magandang Gabi Bayan’s Noli-De-Castro’s-Booming-Voice-AS-He-Magically-Dissolves-In-The-Background-Illusion wouldn’t be complete without a good snack. The Taiwanese street food consisting of bite-sized pieces of chicken, coated and fried with flour and seasoning mixture is a perfect appetizer to serve at any party, especially as spooky as Halloween.
Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress like a total you-know-what and no other girls can say anything about it (we’re looking at you, Regina George). So if you’re planning to host a costume party with hardcore girls just wearing lingerie and some form of animal ears, make sure to ruin their diet (kidding, not kidding) with the Spicy Chicken Croquettes. A lip-smacking finger food that kinda looks like a finger is really simple and easy to make as it is yummy.
Be honest. As soon as you see flickering lights, do you wonder if a Demogorgon from the Upside Down is nearby? We’re guessing yes. So, if you’re prepping for an 80s nostalgia type of evening, we highly recommend you to try Chicken Mushroom Bruschetta instead of just getting Eggos. This Italian appetizer featuring fresh tomatoes served on crusty bread is as tasty as it is easy to make. Even Barb would approve.
If little Japanese ghost girls out for revenge to kill you in 7 days through a television isn’t your thing then you’d probably like a crazy dancing clown psychopath with mommy issues. If you’re into blood and gore, the Spiced Ham Ragout Pasta is for you. A French main-dish stew commonly used as a pasta sauce is perfect for recreating the blood bath of a murder scene. As complicated as it may sound fancy, we’re pretty sure your guests will definitely be impressed than serving liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti. Am I right, Doctor Lecter?
When you want to be scared but not really scared, scared then we’d suggest you to watch a chick flick. Honestly, what’s scarier than a Nicholas-Spark-John-Greene-Mash-Up-of-Sappy-Love-Stories-With-Convoluted-Plot. Your girlfriend might disagree but we’d rather see White Chicks on loop. Horror Parody movies are cute and come aplenty and the Tex Mex Chicken Salad is a healthier option if you’re watching your diet and not planning to puke or just avoiding a heart attack altogether. From Scary Movie series / parodies / and meta-horror films to the genius producer who sold the shark + tornado pitch to Hollywood is your thing then our recommended dish will fit just right in.
Heads will definitely roll like the Academy Award nominee / Scream Queen icon Linda Blair as soon as your set their eyes on these delectable dishes! For more recipes, make sure to check out our website here.
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