It's good to buy limited food and sweets in the basement of the department store, but if you make it by hand, it will be more fun on Halloween day. Here are three recipes that you can do without spending too much time or money.
A recipe for "Halloween toast " with a ghost and pumpkin pattern. Speaking of aluminum foil, it is an idea of bread art introduced by the familiar "Sun foil".
All you need is bread, sunfoil, a cutter, and a printed pattern (posted on the official Sunfoil website, free to download). First, cut the aluminum foil to the width of the bread, place the pattern on it, and trace the illustration with a pencil.
Cut out with a cutter along the line you see. Place the cut out aluminum foil on the bread and heat it with a toaster until it turns brown. Ghosts and Jack-o-Lanterns will appear on the surface of the toast. The blurry outline is full of atmosphere. It is also recommended to further decorate with chocolate pen or cream.
Whole pumpkin pudding
A recipe for "whole pumpkin pudding " that will surely make you cheer at the table. First, heat the whole pumpkin in the microwave and cut about 1/4 of the calyx side. Remove the seeds and cotton with a spoon, take out about 100g (3.53oz) of pulp and crush it with a spoon.
Warm the milk in a small pan, add sugar and the pumpkin to melt, turn off the heat, add the cracked eggs and mix well. After rubbing the resulting pudding liquid with a colander, pour it into a pumpkin bowl.
Place the pumpkin on a deep bakeware or wrap the bottom in aluminum foil and place it on the top of the oven. Pour hot water until the 8th to 9th minutes on the top plate and bake in an oven preheated to 160 degrees for 70 minutes to complete. You can enjoy it by scooping it with a spoon as it is, or by cooling it in the refrigerator and cutting it into pieces. Top with caramel sauce or whipped cream if you like. We also recommend "whole pumpkin gratin " and " whole pumpkin ice cream " as recipes for using whole pumpkin.
"Halloween Oden " where Jack-o-Lantern and ghosts crowd in a pot. All you have to do is pull out the carrots with a pumpkin mold for cookies, or put the nori seaweed on the hanpen.
I definitely want to do the work of using chikuwa and sausage to make a mummy, and using quail eggs and chikuwa to make a lollipop with my family and friends! Haunted faces are easy to come off, so get it early.
A special recipe that makes Halloween a fun memory. For details on the materials and how to make them, please refer to the introductory article linked to in the text.