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Spooky Halloween Platter

Treat…or treat? Never fear, our Halloween recipes are here. A spooky Halloween platter of witches, ghouls and skeletons will certainly terrify the best of them.

Egg Free
Nut Free
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Makes: 1 spooky platter
Great for:  Family Recipes

For the sandwich

75g cooked chicken
1 tbsp mayonnaise
2 lettuce leaves
1 tomato sliced
4 sliced wholemeal bread
2 tsp soft butter

1 tortilla wrap
100g baby carrots
Greed grapes
6 slices gruyere cheese
Mini pretzels

For the Witch

2 avocados
2 small tomatoes chopped
4 spring onions, chopped
1 clove garlic, crushed
Squeeze of lemon

Red chilli or red pepper , sliced into thin strips
Tortilla chips
Edible eyes
Stoned Black olives
Carrot for hair

  1. To make the sandwiches. Mix the chicken and mayonnaise together in a bowl. Lightly butter the bread. Spread the chicken on one half. Put sliced tomato and lettuce on top. Press another slice of bread on top. Using a ghost cutter, stamp out four ghosts.
  2. Stamp out ghosts from the wrap. Brush with oil. Heat a frying pan until hot. Add the ghosts and fry for a few minutes until golden.
  3. Stamp out ghosts from the wrap. Brush with oil . heat a frying pan until hot. Add the ghosts and fry for a few minutes until golden.
  4. Stamp out ghosts and skulls from the cheese slices.
  5. To make the dip measure the avocado, tomato, onion, garlic and lemon in a processor. Whiz until smooth. Season and spoon into a bowl.  Decorate with carrot hair, edible eyes, olives, red pepper and a tortilla chip for the witches hat.
  6. Arrange the tortilla ghosts, grapes, cheese, carrots and sandwiches on a platter. Put the witches dip on the plate.
  7. Add edible eyes to complete the ghosts and skull faces.


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