Family & kids recipes Halloween 10 of the best Halloween recipes Stuck for healthy Halloween party food ideas or fancy a post-trick-or-treat sweet? Just click through the gallery... 1 of Ad break Pumpkin soupIs there any dish more appropriate for Halloween than a delicious bowl of pumpkin soup? It's easy to make and an ideal dish for the colder Autumn months. Follow this spooky pumpkin soup recipeClick HERE to see the next recipe Annabel Karmel's monster muffinsThese yummy green muffins are a great treat for hungry little monsters. Follow the monster muffin recipe Annabel Karmel's vegetable skeleton dipPerfect for Halloween parties or a family movie night, this deliciously healthy skeleton-shaped veggie board goes perfectly with Annabel's sour cream and sweet chilli dipping sauce. Follow the skeleton dip recipe Toffee applesIf you're looking for something sweet and sticky, you're in luck, because we've got Annabel Karmel's take on this Halloween classic. Follow Annabel Karmel's toffee apple recipe Continue slideshow > Halloween gingerbreadsThis handy slideshow will show you how to turn your average gingerbread man into a monster, a wicked witch and even a spooky ghost through the power of coloured icing sugar. Follow the gingerbread recipe Spooky skull cupcakesDramatic red and white skull cakes. Follow the full sppoky skull cupcake recipe Spider whoopie cakesTraditional with a Halloween kick. See the full whoopie recipe Brain cupcakesHow do you like yours sliced? Follow the full brain cupcakes recipe, plus see 2 more zombie cake ideas Continue slideshow > Annabel Karmel's meatloaf mummyA savoury treat which will delight younger and older children. Follow Annabel Karmel's meatloaf mummy recipe Annabel Karmel's pumpkin muffinsScary, spooky, creepy orange cakes - simply delicious! Follow Annabel Karmel's pumpkin muffin recipe By Elizabeth Atkin Comments Latest on MadeForMums 2018's celebrity babies - who gave birth this year? Amy Childs reveals her 6-month bump - and visits the MadeForMums Buggy Testing track Constance Hall and children - family facts Is it safe to cover your baby's pram with a blanket in hot weather?