October 31, 2017


Tis the season to be spooky again! Who's ready for some Halloweeny treats? Because today I'm sharing my fun Halloween treats in order to have a Halloween feast, aaay aaay. I think I have put the level a bit higher than usual, especially with the spiderweb doughnuts, as a firm and steady hand is needed. But they're still so fun to make and they look so good together! I'm so ready to watch a Halloween movie tonight with my hot chocolate and snacks! Hope you're having fun plans too! 


Happy Halloween Witches!!!


P.S : Can it be more Halloween in my house, I don't think so.











Dairy-free Mini Spiderweb Doughnuts (based on this recipe)


This recipe makes around 50 mini donuts, but you can always half the ingredients.


You will need :


190g All-Purpose Flour

110g Caster Sugar

2 Teaspoons Baking Powder

1/4 Teaspoon Baking Soda

1/4 Teaspoon Salt

2 Teaspoons Lemon Zest

180 ml + 2 Tablespoons Almond Milk 

1 Teaspoon Apple Cider Vinegar

3 Tablespoons Oil

1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract


For the donut glaze


375g Icing sugar 

1 Teaspoon Vanilla extract

6 Tablespoons Oil

6 Tablespoons of Hot Water

Purple Food Colouring




🕸 In a large bowl, sift toghether your Flour, Sugar, Salt, Baking Powder and Baking soda. Whisk together until well combined.


🕸 Zest your Lemon and add into your dry ingredients.


🕸 Pour 180ml + 2 Tabelspoons of Almond into a measuring jug. Pour in the Apple Cider Vinegar and slowly stir together.


🕸 Add in the Oil and Vanilla extract and stir until combined. Now add the wet mixture into the dry ingredients and mix until well combined.


🕸 Spray your donut maker with a bit of oil to make sure the donuts won't stick to the your pan. Pour your donut mixture with a spoon into your donut maker and bake until they're ready.


🕸 To make the Donut glaze, mix the Oil, Powdered Sugar and Vanilla Extract into a small bowl. Add in 6 Tablespoons of Hot Water (your glaze will harden once the water is completely cooled) together with a few drops of Purple Food Colouring. 


🕸 Put the glaze on top of the donuts and wait until they set. 


🕸 Melt 300g White Chocolate and take a paper bag with a tiny nozzle. Drizzle teeny Spider Webs on your donuts being very carefull. 







Bat Rice Krispie Treats (based on this recipe)


You will need :


170g Rice Krispies

300g Marshmallows

3 Tablespoons Butter

100g White Chocolate

Orange Food Colouring

24 M&M's

6 Oreos

Milk Chocolate 




🕸 Melt your Butter into a saucepan on a low to medium heat. 


🕸 Add in the Marshmallows and keep stirring until they're fully melted.


🕸 Remove your Sauce pan from the heat and add 170g of Rice Krispies, combine together until the cereal is completely coated.


🕸 Put your mixture into a lined 9x13 inch baking dish and pop it into the fridge.  Once they're hardend, cut them into 15 even squares. 


🕸 Melt 100g of White Chocolate and add 2-3 drops of Orange Food Colouring. 


🕸 Drizzle the Chocolate over your Rice Krispies  and let it cool.


🕸 Gently break your Oreo cookies in half and place them like Bat Wings on your Krispies.


🕸 Add the M&M's and attach them with left-over Melted Orange Chocolate.


🕸Melt a bit of Milk Chocolate and gently put eyes on your M&M eyes by using a toothpick. 







Halloween Hot Chocolate (based on this recipe)


for 5 servings


You will need :


950ml Milk

225g White Chocolate

1 Teaspoon Vanilla extract

Orange Food Colouring

Halloween Sprinkles

Whipped cream




🕸 Stir together Milk, Vanilla extract and chopped White Chocolate in a saucepan.


🕸 Cook on a low to medium heat and stirr occasionaly, until the White Chocolate has fully melted.


🕸 Remove from the heat and top it with Wipped cream and Halloween sprinkles!








Have a spoooooky Happy Halloween!!! 







Mylotte x



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