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Pizza momie olives

To start your Halloween evening in style, there’s nothing like a mummy pizza with olives. This creative and original idea will not fail to surprise your guests from the aperitif! See the recipe for olive mummy pizza.

Parmesan witch’s fingers & pumpkin seeds

Forget peanuts, too classic. For Halloween, bet on these delicious witch’s fingers with parmesan and pumpkin seeds that are as scary as they are fun. The guests may be surprised. See the recipe for parmesan & pumpkin seed witch’s fingers.

Halloween Eyes

After the fingers, the Halloween eyes! Another scary and super-quick idea to make, this recipe based on carrot, olive and cream cheese is perfect to be prepared by children. And it will definitely have its effect. See the recipe for Halloween eyes.

Mummy sausage

If mummy pizzas will please your guests, to vary the pleasures there is nothing better than also betting on mummy sausages. An original idea. These sausages disguised as mummy will be even better dipped in ketchup sauce. See the mummy sausage recipe.

Fragrant and delicious pumpkin soup

To warm up cool autumn evenings and add color to Halloween, there’s nothing like a fragrant and delicious pumpkin soup.

For a Halloween-worthy presentation, hollow out a pumpkin and use it as a bowl to serve your soup. Cut the top to form a lid, remove the fibers and seeds from the center, then scoop out the flesh with a spoon. You will thus obtain a true culinary masterpiece that will delight the eyes as much as the taste buds!

See the recipe for fragrant and delicious pumpkin velouté.

Pumpkins stuffed with bacon, Saint-Nectaire and chestnuts

To start, let yourself be tempted by this comforting recipe for pumpkins stuffed with bacon, Saint-Nectaire and chestnuts. This is a simple dish to make that will bring warmth and conviviality to your table. For an even more elegant result, choose smaller pumpkins which will give a refined presentation to your dish. See the recipe for pumpkins stuffed with bacon, Saint-Nectaire and chestnuts.

Squash gratin

Pumpkin also lends itself perfectly to making a gratin. This easy-to-prepare recipe will go wonderfully with your fish, poultry and game. You can personalize your gratin by adding thyme, onions or other spices to the pumpkin cooking water. The result will be a tasty, comforting dish ideal for fall evenings like Halloween. See the pumpkin gratin recipe.

Autumn ratatouille

For an autumnal touch on your plate, succumb to this autumn ratatouille made with seasonal vegetables. Cooking in a casserole dish in the oven gives this ratatouille an intense flavor and a melting texture. Prepare it the day before for even more flavors and reheat it the next day for an even more delicious result. This colorful and fragrant ratatouille will brighten up your fall meals and delight the whole family on October 31. See the recipe for autumn ratatouille.

Chestnut and pumpkin soup

There’s nothing like a comforting soup to warm you up on cool fall days. This chestnut and pumpkin soup is a real treat for the taste buds. The subtle marriage between the soft and sweet flavors of pumpkin and the woody notes of chestnuts creates a perfect taste harmony. Dip your spoon into this creamy soup and let yourself be carried away by the flavors of fall. See the recipe for chestnut and pumpkin soup.

Gressins d’Halloween

These Halloween breadsticks will enchant your table and delight the taste buds of snack lovers. These little magic wands are both delicious and aesthetically captivating. With their dark color and sinuous shape, they seem straight out of a magic potion. See the recipe for Halloween breadsticks.

Pumpkin acras

Want an original and delicious recipe for an aperitif? The pumpkin acras are here to delight you! These little donuts are both crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. For even more deliciousness, you can add the cheese of your choice to the preparation. These acras will be a sensation with your guests and will bring a festive touch to your Halloween aperitif. See the recipe for pumpkin acras.

Risotto with pumpkin and balsamic vinegar

We offer you an original and easy to prepare risotto. The pumpkin gives this dish a creamy texture and a delicate flavor. The addition of balsamic vinegar brings a tangy note that enhances everything. This risotto is a real treat for the taste buds and will make your meal a convivial and tasty moment. See the recipe for risotto with pumpkin and balsamic vinegar.

Hasselback Oven Roasted Butternut Squash

This Hasselback-style oven-roasted butternut squash recipe is inspired by the famous Swedish Hasselback potatoes. By thinly slicing the squash without cutting it entirely, you will obtain a result that is both visually stunning and deliciously melt-in-the-mouth. The crispy exterior contrasts perfectly with the tender flesh of the squash. Serve it as a side or main dish, this roasted butternut squash is sure to impress your guests. See the Hasselback Oven Roasted Butternut Squash recipe.

Pumpkin soup

Take advantage of pumpkin season and Halloween to prepare a delicious pumpkin soup. Nothing like serving this steaming soup in a hollowed-out pumpkin for a presentation that is both original and festive. Made with simple, budget-friendly ingredients, this soup is the ultimate comfort food for chilly fall days. Its velvety texture and sweet flavor will transport you into a warm and comforting atmosphere. See the pumpkin soup recipe.

Halloween deviled eggs

Mimosa eggs are a great classic aperitif. But why not revisit them for Halloween? By using natural food coloring, you can give your eggs a terrifying orange hue. To accentuate the Halloween effect, add a few drops of beet juice to get a blood red color. The result is both spooky and delicious, ideal for impressing your guests at your Halloween party. See the recipe for Halloween deviled eggs.

Pumpkin crumble

Crumble is generally associated with sweet desserts, but why not dare the sweet and savory combination for Halloween? This pumpkin crumble is a real explosion of flavors. The sweetness of the pumpkin pairs perfectly with the crunch of the salty crumble. To add an extra touch, don’t hesitate to sprinkle a little nutmeg on top before baking. You can also add roasted pine nuts to add a gourmet and deliciously autumnal note. See the pumpkin crumble recipe.

Pumpkin stuffed with spinach

What’s better than a pumpkin to celebrate Halloween? This emblematic vegetable of the fall season lends itself perfectly to original and tasty recipes. Among them, pumpkin stuffed with spinach is a true classic. See the recipe from potimarron stuffed with spinach.

Burger d’Halloween

To end your Halloween meal in style, what could be better than a terrifying burger? This Halloween burger is a true culinary experience. Between the black buns with vegetable charcoal, the rare meat and the cheese that melts like blood, each bite will immerse you in the frightening atmosphere of this party. You can also add original ingredients such as slices of cucumber to represent bloody eyes or strips of cheddar to simulate vampire teeth. Get ready to delight young and old with this monstrously delicious burger. See the Halloween Burger recipe.

Mummified avocado toast

This mummified avocado toast is the perfect recipe for a healthy and delicious Halloween evening. Easy to make and full of flavor, it will appeal to fans of scary food. See the recipe for mummified avocado toast.

Roasted pumpkin and Roquefort toast

If you are looking for an original idea to enhance pumpkin, try these delicious toast with roasted pumpkin and Roquefort. The pumpkin cubes are first roasted in honey, then garnished with Roquefort cheese and crushed walnuts. The marriage of the sweet flavors of pumpkin with the strong taste of Roquefort and the crunch of nuts is simply exquisite. These tasty, gourmet and characterful toasts will delight the taste buds of your guests. See the recipe for toast with roasted pumpkin and Roquefort.


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