This Halloween season we are pulling out all the stops! Try these seven spooktacular treats for your All Hallows’ Eve. Yes, ladies and gents, #squadghouls!
#1 Halloween Air Fried Mummy Meatballs
The scariest thing about these mummy meatballs is how fast you’re going to eat them! This bite-sized, kid friendly dish can be prepared in a pinch. Simply wrap refrigerated crescent dough that has been cut into 1/4-inch thick strips around frozen meatballs. Meatballs will appear "bandaged" like mini mummies. Air fry in your Kalorik MAXX Air Fryer Oven at 330ºF for 9 minutes, or until the dough is light golden brown and the meatballs are hot. Serve with "blood" for dipping, more commonly known as marinara sauce.
#2 Mummy Pigs in a Blanket
#2 Mummy Pigs in a Blanket
This Halloween, it's all about the mummies! These mummy pigs in a blanket are prepared very similarly to the mummy meatballs. Use refrigerated crescent dough, cut into "bandages," and wrap around beef hot dogs. Make a vegan option by using carrots in place of hot dogs. Cook mummy dogs at 375ºF for ten minutes in the Kalorik MAXX 6 Quart Digital Air Fryer. Use ketchup to stick candied eyeballs on your mummies to make them look authentic.
#3 Halloween Mummy English Muffin Pizzas
Allow us to immerse you in the complete mummifying experience with this vegetarian alternative Halloween Mummy English Muffin Pizzas. Grab four English muffins, splitting them each in half. Spread a spoonful of marinara sauce on the inside of each muffin half. Cut slices of cheese into 1/4-inch ribbons and place them on the muffins, overlapping to look like mummy bandages. Place two olive slices on each muffin for the eyes. Air fry the mini pizzas in your Kalorik MAXX Air Fryer Oven at 370ºF for 6 to 8 minutes, or until cheese is melted and muffins are hot on the bottom.
#4 Mushroom Eyeballs
All eyes on this scary Halloween appetizer! This recipe calls for baby bella mushrooms, tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, black olives, and sundried tomato. Remove the gills and par cook your mushrooms. Add tomato sauce, and stuff with mozzarella cheese. Fashion eyeball pupils with black olives and use sundried tomatoes to make your eyes more lifelike by adding "veins." Air fry mushroom eyeballs at 375ºF for ten minutes in the Kalorik MAXX 6 Quart Digital Air Fryer.
#5 Paleo Ghost Cupcakes
A Halloween treat without the guilt? Un-BOO-lievable! These not-so-scary Ghost Cupcakes are gluten-free, vegan and paleo friendly. The batter is prepared with organic cassava flour and almond flour. Cassava flour is the perfect substitute for all purpose flour because it’s a 1:1 replacement. For non-wheat flour allow your batter to hydrate for 20-30 minutes before baking. Take extra care to rotate your cupcakes while baking and use the Bake 2 shelf instead of Bake 1 of your MAXX.
The ghost cupcake’s Marshmallow frosting can be prepared with egg whites, or a vegan alternative like aquafaba or applesauce, while cane sugar can be replaced with granulated monk fruit. "Bake It 'Til You Make It" in your Kalorik MAXX 6-Piece Baking Set. After baking, allow them to rest for 10 minutes before piping on the frosting. Using a food-safe marker, draw a face on the marshmallow completing the ghostly look.
#6 Double, Double, Toil and "Truffle" Bats
“Double, Double, Toil and Truffle!” These vegan, bite-sized treats are so good, they'll fly away in no time.
This 5-ingredient recipe is made with coconut milk, chocolate chips, vanilla extract, salt, powdered sugar, and a sprinkle of salt. Whip these truffles up in no time using the Kalorik Bartista. Pour one can of coconut milk into your Kalorik Bartista. Press the center selection button until you select the CAPPUCCINO function. Once complete, repeat this step again so the milk gets extra hot. Pour hot coconut milk over chocolate chips in a bowl. Stir until smooth. Add vanilla extract and a pinch of salt. Pour chocolate mixture into ice trays and put it in the freezer overnight. Use a sharp knife to cut chocolate bars into wing-shaped pieces. Stick one wing on each side of the truffle. Decorate truffles with candy eyes and freeze until ready to serve.
#7 Witches' Brew
Drink up witches! Ring in the witching hour with this tasty witch's brew. You’ll need two cups of milk and 10 tablespoons of chocolate shavings for a decadent hot chocolate, turned witch's brew. Add Halloween flair with your choice of mini marshmallows, sweetened coconut flakes, flavored baking chips like butterscotch or mint, whipped cream, and pirouette cookies, all of witch — mwahaha — are of course optional. Add milk and chocolate shavings into the Kalorik Bartista carafe and close the lid. Press the center selection button three times to select the HOT CHOCOLATE function. The Kalorik Bartista will turn off once the hot chocolate is complete. Pour into your cauldron— we mean, mugs — and garnish with a witch's broom (pretzel sticks).