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Do you already have the costumes but are you missing the candy for your party? Halloween? This October 31, not everyone will go out in search of candy in the streets, but many will celebrate at home with parties among family and friends where the decoration of the table is important to create a more terrifying atmosphere. If this is your idea, here are some dessert options that you can easily prepare with the help of your children to enjoy this dark night to the fullest.
These options are very simple to prepare and everyone will love them because, in addition to being delicious, they have very original designs that will give the meeting an extra dose of sugar. Here are the recipes.
How to prepare desserts for Halloween
1. Halloween Pop Sicles
Leite in collaboration with Cheff en Pastelería Gia Gavancho, founder of La Patisserie, bring out this delicious recipe for Halloween.
- 150g pieces of torta based on a mix of vanilla or chocolate Mix Leite.
- 30 – 50 g of Leite white food.
- 150 g bitter topping.
- 150g of white topping.
- Fat dyes.
- Colored fondant.
- Edible glycerin.
- Edible pearlescent frosting and powders.
- Octopus molds or popsicles
- First, you need to prepare a delicious torta base from pre-mixed vanilla or chocolate Mix Leite; then, crumble the cake base and mix with the tasty food or fudge Leite until it forms a compact mass (cake pop).
- Second, you need to dissolve the bitter coating in the microwave in 30 second intervals and stir in each interval. Be careful because if it doesn’t move, it could burn. Repeat 3 to 4 times or until the chocolate is dissolved. If you use white icing, color with fat coloring.
- Then, add a portion of chocolate to the model (clean beforehand with a paper towel, not detergents), spread with a brush and leave to dry. Next, fill with the cake pop dough, you can fill with sprinkles on the inside if you like, insert the sticks and sell with more chocolate. You can decorate with frosting, edible pearl powder and fondant decorations.
2. Baileys Black Forest Gateau Cupcakes
This recipe is an innovation for the Halloween party, but it is ideal for parents to contain alcoholic drink.
- 100ml Baileys Original Irish Cream
- 3 chocolate biscuits
- 600ml double cream
- Cherry or raspberry jam
- 12 fresh pitted or canned cherries
- Fresh cherries, chocolate bars, curls and pieces
- Whip the cream with Baileys Original Irish Cream.
- Cut the sponge into 24 circles so that they fit into the holes of a muffin tin.
- Place a piece of cake in each muffin model, press the extra crumbs to fill the holes.
- Add a pitted cherry and a little jam, then another layer of sponge cake.
- Cover with Baileys cream, fresh cherries, chocolate flakes, curls and pieces and a dollop of jam.
What healthy sweets to prepare on Halloween
For the little ones in the home, Halloween is synonymous with sweets, so it is common for parents to indulge their sons and daughters by giving them different sweets; however, there are also healthy options that are just as fun and tasty. Dr. María Dextre Jauregui, professor of Human Nutrition at Norbert Wiener University, shares these recipes.
- Strawberries boo: Select and wash the strawberries. Then melt black or white chocolate (with more than 70% cacao) to eat the fruit with this delicacy and give it a ghostly appearance. When the chocolate is cold, you can draw a face with cream cheese.
- Monstrous Pancakes: Make a simple crepe based on wholemeal flour or oats, huevo y leche. For a touch of fun, use various fresh fruits, seeds and nuts to create a monster face.
- Ghost Kiwi: Melt a square of chocolate (with more than 70% cocoa). Next, to draw a face on the kiwi, use chocolate chips as the eyes and almonds as the screws.
- Mandarin Pumpkin: Take a tangerine, peel it and add a piece of celery in the center to simulate a pumpkin. Likewise, you can add eyes and mouth with chocolate chips.
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What is the etymology of Halloween
“The word appears as the title of “Halloween” by Robert Burns (1785), a poem traditionally recited by the Scots. The word Halloween or Hallowe’en dates approximately from 174532 The word “Hallowe’en” means “Night of the Saints”.33 It comes from a Scottish term for the eve of All Saints (the night before All Saints’ Day). .34 In Scots, the word “eve” is “even”, and is contracted as e’en or een. Over time, (All) Hallow(s) E(v)en evolved into Hallowe’en. Although the phrase “All Hallows” is found in Old English, “All Hallows’ Eve” itself does not appear until 1556″, as explained by Wikipedia.
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