(Last Edited October 2015)
Now is the perfect time to be making your Halloween plans!
Make sure your Halloween has a real spook by attending one of Walsall's Halloween events. There are a wide range events happening all over Walsall this year such as:
Don't forget to get your trick or treat goodies in! Check out our recommended Sweets Shops by clicking here for a fantastic range of Halloween themed sweets
Complete your Halloween Party
Create your own Haunted House with Halloween Decorations from table decorations to Halloween themed Balloons - Click here for our recommended list of party decoration specialists.
Take the hassle out of entertaining by using one of Walsall's most recommended Catering businesses to help you serve up some high quality food! Click here to see our list of local businesses that can help meet your needs from hot and cold buffets to party snacks
Make your party extra special by getting a Halloween themed cake. Contact one of Walsall's most recommended Cake Makers to discuss your needs whether it be a delicious cake or stylish cupcakes!
Complete your Halloween Party by getting a fresh pumpkin from the School Farm Shop!
Or if you want a quiet Halloween then why not take the opportunity to sample one of Walsall's most recommended restaurants. Take your pick from our directory here!
Why not try this recipe for a Kid Friendly Halloween Punch:
• 500ml/18fl oz cranberry juice
• 1.5 litres/2½ pints lemonade
• 3 limes, juice only
• large handful gummi worms
1. Pour all of the ingredients into a large glass bowl and mix well.
2. Spread the worms over the edge of the bowl for ghoulish Halloween effect.
Halloween Sweet Treats:
Have a go at making Spooky Spider Cakes. The kids will love decorating their individual spiders!
1. Heat oven to 180C/fan 160C/Gas 4 and line a muffin tin with 12 cases. Put the butter, sugar and flour into a mixing bowl. Break the eggs in a smaller bowl then tip on top of the butter mixture.
2. Add the baking powder and vanilla to the larger bowl, then beat with an electric whisk until smooth and creamy. Stir in the chocolate drops. Spoon the cake mixture into the cases and bake for 20-25 mins until golden. Then cool on a wire rack.
3. To decorate the cakes, unravel the liquorice wheels and cut into lengths with scissors to make dangly legs. Stick 8 into the top of each cake.
4. Spoon the nutella or chocolate spread on top and spread lightly within the liquorice legs to make a round spider's body. Now cut the Allsorts to make eyes and the red bootlaces to make mouths and then stick them onto the cakes. Will keep for up to 2 days in a cool place.
(This Recipe is from Good Food Magazine)
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