Food Ideas for Halloween Party

Here comes Halloween, we are all set for it. Yipee! Ofcourse I will not like to spend my precious time in the kitchen. So here are some TIME SAVING HALLOWEEN PARTY IDEAS…..

Halloween’s Scary Hand
Halloween’s Scary Hand

Halloween Scary Hand (Simple Meatloaf with shape of a hand) – The scary hand is here, it’s burnt, it it looks dreadful, but it’s yummy. Since time will be a constraint that day, I decided to prepare a quick and easy meatloaf, loved by people of all age groups. You can use roasted pearl onions to give an impression of dead nails. Then you can cover up the ground meat with cheese and tomato sauce, it’ll give an impression of flesh and blood, OMG! Nevertheless the ground meat (I prefer beef) must contain your family’s favorite Mediterranean herbs, especially garlic, barbeque sauce etc. to enjoy the taste of the fest.

Grave Pudding
Grave Pudding

Grave Pudding (Chocolate Pudding with your favorite Cookies) – I love chocolate recipes and chocolate pudding is one of my favorites. Chocolate Pudding is one of my favorites. The pudding can be prepared a day before to save time. The pudding can be loaded with your favorite nuts to give impression of the soil. Add the pudding in small glasses. Place Biscuits as shown, they look like tombstone. With chocolate sauce you can write R.I.P. I’m sure kids are gonna love this “Dark Spooky Pudding”.

Spooky Spiders on my Eggs
Spooky Spiders on my Eggs

Spooky Spiders on my Eggs (Deviled Eggs with Black Olives) – This quick and easy recipes is so light and delicious. I always use low-fat mayo for the egg yolks. On the deviled eggs, cut the olives into two equal halves. Make the body of the spider from half of the olive. Slice the other half to give the impression of the spider legs. You can also sprinkle some pepper to give impression of the dust. Though I prefer using low-fat mayo, you can always add mayo that is your family’s favorite. The Deviled Eggs are really devilish here 😛

Devilish Cookies
Devilish Cookies

Devilish Cookies (Pumpkin Cookies) – This is the easiest of all. You need making simple cookies with sugar-spiced pumpkin filling. You can always draw lines like the one on pumpkins with a blunt knife. With the sharp knife you can cut the eyes and mouth. You can also add in some other filling if you want, but I always prefer my family’s favorite Pumpkin Filling. The Scary Devilish Cookies will definitely cheer up the kids.

Halloween is here!!
Halloween is here!!

So, where’s the party pals?


Diabetic-friendly Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe

It is often said that health is wealth. But that doesn’t mean you’ll stop having savory treat. For a diabetic patient, life does not end at boring porridge or bland salads. Just follow a dietary chart with a bunch of new recipes and ideas. Recipe can be varied and dogged in an all new exciting way. Whether you watch your sugar level or calories, you can have as much Diabetic-friendly Chocolate Cheesecake as you want. The main component being sugar free allows us to enjoy cake to the fullest. With the festive season coming ahead and keeping the health of your dear ones in mind, here we present the Diabetic-friendly Chocolate Cheesecake.

Chocolate Cheesecake
Chocolate Cheesecake


1 package sugar-free crushed chocolate graham crackers,

1/3 cup melted margarine,

1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon,

1 envelope unflavored gelatin,

1 cup fat-free milk,

2 1/2 packages softened fat cream cheese,

2 teaspoon vanilla extract,

14 tablespoons granulated sugar substitute,

1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa,

5 sugar-free chocolate wafer bars finely chopped,

Cooking spray

Preparation method:

1. Combine first 3 ingredients, stirring well. Coat pan with cooking spray.

2. Bake at 350 Degree for 8 minutes. Remove from oven and allow it to cool on a wire rack.

3. Sprinkle gelatin over milk in a small saucepan. Allow it to stand for a minute.

4. Cook over low heat, stirring until gelatin dissolves, about 2 minutes. Let cool slightly.

5. Beat cream cheese until creamy. Add vanilla, beating well. Add gelatin mixture, beating until smooth.

6. Add sugar substitute and cocoa; beat just until blended. Pour mixture into prepared crust. Cover and chill at least 3 hours or until set.

7. Before serving, top with chopped wafers.

Merry Christmas with Cheesecake!!
Merry Christmas with Cheesecake!!

One of the main desserts for Christmas is definitely ready.

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