Saturday, 27 October 2012

Ghost Town - Red Hot World Buffet Spooktacular!

This morning I went along to Red Hot World Buffet in St Davids 2 to learn about treats and fun for children's Halloween parties.

Here are their top tips for making sure that your party goes with a scary swing!

Pizza bases can be cut into shapes and decorated for a scary treat, get the kids to fill up on these before letting them loose on their trick or treat spoils!

Have a cupcake decorating competition. Prepare bowls of fresh fruit (bright red raspberries and strawberries work well), chocolate chips and jelly worms, laces and spiders for toppings. Have plenty of messy icing and cream in piping bags, use ghoulish greens, awful orange, bloodshot red and eyeball blue. Hand out some aprons and let the creativity run riot!

I am reliably informed that children love creepy cocktails, here are a couple of recipes.

Decorate the glasses with raspberry laces, skeleton straws and eyeballs made out of lychees and glace cherries.

Witches brew mocktail recipe


10ml part Melon syrup
10ml Coconut syrup
Squeeze of lime juice
Top up with apple juice


Banana blood mocktail recipe

2 scoops vanilla icecream
15 ml banana syrup
Top up with milk
Rim a glass with raspberry syrup so that it drips down the inside, then pour the mocktail into the glass.


Vampires eyeball mocktail recipe


10ml raspberry syrup
10ml mango syrup
Top up with lemonade or soda
Drizzle some chocolate syrup into a glass in patterns
Pour in the cocktail and decorate with the eyeballs









If you want to learn how to make these, then go along to the Spooktacular event on Tuesday October the 30th between 10am and 12pm.

Thanks to the team at Red Hot World Buffet for a frighteningly festive time!




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