There were ghosts, ghouls and gore galore at our Hallowe’en Spooktacular event in October! Our bakers really entered into the spirit of the evening, producing some fun and colourful bakes and a great mix of savouries and sweet treats for us to enjoy too.
Using the pumpkin as her centrepiece, Cat made some tasty pumpkin houmous accompanied by homemade savoury cracker biscuits. We enjoyed rye and pumpkin seed Frankensteins and scare-dey cats, plus fennel and poppyseed pumpkins and spooks, all beautifully presented as well. Pumpkin was also the base for Heather’s Spooky cupcakes featuring spiders, cobwebs and tombstones. Heather also treated us to Strawberry and White Chocolate ghouls as a little extra! Vicky’s Chocolate and Ginger cake, dripping with blood, also featured broken ‘glass’ inventively created from melted Glacier Mints!
Jayne’s monster Eyeball Pie was suitably gory as well as satisfyingly tasty – packed with pork and apricots and served with a fruity rhubarb chutney. And Frankenstein featured again with Chelsea’s little Mint Chocolate Mini Rolls which were a fun addition to the evening.
We may have been a small gathering this month, but I think you’ll agree the bakes looked great!
Next time, we’re meeting on Tuesday 12th November and the theme will be Tea, Coffee and (Hot) Chocolate. If you fancy joining us, new bakers are always welcome.
The full list of bakes for our Hallowe’en Spooktacular was:
Cat – Rye & Pumpkin Seed Crackers plus Fennel & Poppyseed Crackers with Pumpkin Houmous
Jayne – Pork and Apricot Eyeball Pie served with Rhubarb Chutney
Vicky – Chocolate & Ginger Gore Cake with Glass Shards
Heather – Spooky Pumpkin Cupcakes and White Chocolate Strawberry Ghouls
Chelsea – Mint Chocolate Frankenstein Mini Rolls