I’ve saved the best until last! You can have a party without the special little Halloween food treats can you? I’ve never tried to make any Halloween food but if I had the time I definitely would have tried! Why don’t you give these a go and add them to your buffets tonight? They seem pretty simple. There’s some cheeky drinks in there too!
1. Word cookies – these are very simple but look great and you can write whatever you wish on them.
2. Pepper Pumpkins – cut out the faces and then fill with chicken strips and anything else you desire, they look fantastic and probably taste good too.
3. Chocolate bats – how cute are these, made with just Oreos and reeves cupcakes and jellies for the eyes. Get making these cuties.
4. Needle shots, shots, shots – something different to enjoy your shots. I absolutely love this idea.
5. Carrot pumpkins – a little healthy treat to add in there ha! I’d only use them because they look cute no other reason!
6. Vampire blood cocktails – enough said COCKTAILS, who says no to cocktails?
7. Strawberry ghosts – these ones are strawberry ghosts which I would love but I thought you could always turn them into marshmallow ghost instead if you prefer a more naughty snack.
I really wish I was having a party to make all these treats. Please let me know if you get round to making any, I’d love to see a picture of them on your Halloween table too!
Happy Halloween everyone!
*IMAGES AND IDEAS ARE NOT MY OWN – ALL FROM PINTEREST.
A couple of weeks ago now I travelled down to London to visit a very good friend of mine. We hadn’t seen each other in a while and I also hadn’t been to London in a very long time, so I thought it would be the perfect day out! The weather wasn’t brilliant but we did manage to get around a lot of places during the day. It was a really great day exploring our Capital City and being a proper tourist.
We had brunch at a place called ‘The Caravan’ and it was lovely. It was a really cute, little place which had a fantastic environment and served the nicest food. I had a very unusual meal. The base was beans mixed in with kidney beans with a real kick of spice which I really cannot remember what it was! On top was a fried egg with a side of toast and fried mushrooms. It was completely different to anything I have ever had before but it was delicious.
We headed over to South Kensington and visited the V&A Museum and looked around there for a while. We saw some very interesting treasures! We really wanted to visit some of the exhibitions they had on as there were a few based on Photography and Fashion that we really would have enjoyed. But it was really expensive and we didn’t have the time to spend as much time as we would have liked in there, to warrant spending the money, which was a bit disappointing! Knights Bridge was next and we, of course, went into Harrods to have a little browse. I just adore that shop, I will come out with loads of bags in my hands one day!
The weather brightened up a bit after dinner so we decided to head to Southbank and walk along the Embankment and across one of the bridges. We visited a few things along the way, including this really cute little beer garden.. We even learnt CPR too!
Covent gardens was great as usual with all its little markets with so much to see. I just wish I had taken a bigger bag so I could have bought some of the lovely things I had seen. From there we walked over to Leicester Square and visited M&M world. I love it in there and I love M&Ms, we both left with a bag of them which cost a fortune!
I wanted to look around Soho and see where all the bars were, so we walked through china town and into Soho. There wasn’t much to see during the day but it was still nice to see where everyone enjoys a good night out.
Oxford Circus was one of our last stops where we looked around a few of the shops and did a little bit of shopping, to end the day off nicely. I wanted to head back towards Westminster so I could take some more photos, and when we arrived, there were floods of people protesting outside the Houses of Parliament. They were protesting about the NHS, it was great to see everyone come together and share their passion and concern on such a massive topic. To finish the day off nicely we went for tea at Prezzo at Kings Cross station which again was really lovely.
I had a really great day, I really do love London and loved being a tourist for the day! I have promised myself that I will visit more often, so I can learn about and visit different places, there is much I haven’t seen yet!
Have you visited London recently? Do you recommend anywhere I should visit on my next trip down south? Let me know!