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How to serve up a monster of a meal this Halloween

I LOVE this time of year! Maybe it's because the weather is getting colder or is it all the Halloween parties? Here are some kids' recipes for Halloween.

stuffed celery sticks


4 celery stalks

100g cream cheese

50g blue cheese crumbled

2 tbsp hot sauce

2 carrots, shredded


Cut celery at an angle into 2-3 pieces.

Combine cheeses.

Stuff each celery stick with mixture.

Top with carrot/sauce.

Breaded asparagus fries

Serves 2-4


12 stems asparagus

3 egg whites

100g breadcrumbs

200g all-purpose flour

50g finely grated parmesan

1 tsp salt, 1 tsp black pepper


Preheat oven to 190°C.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or brush it lightly with oil.

Place egg whites in a bowl.

In another bowl put breadcrumbs, flour, finely grated parmesan, and the salt and pepper. Stir to combine.

Roll asparagus in the egg whites and then roll them in the breadcrumb mixture to coat.

Place on the prepared pan.

Place baking sheet with the asparagus on top into the preheated oven.

Bake for 15 to 22 minutes, flipping the asparagus half way through.

Insects on a log


3 celery stalks

6 tbsp peanut butter

100g raisins

100g shredded coconut


Place celery stalks on a cutting board and cut at an angle into 2-3 pieces.

Stuff with peanut butter, press in raisins and sprinkle with coconut. Serve.