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Halloween Cheese

It’s getting closer and closer to the spookiest time of year. Halloween isn’t just a great time for kids, it’s also a time when the grown-ups can go wild in the kitchen! We’ve put together some of our favourite Halloween cheese recipes, all of which can be made with the cheeses in The Ultimate Cheese Making Kit.

 

Spooky Ghost Pizza

This idea from Chef Mom is an amazing way to use your Mozzarella. It’s such a simple recipe yet it’s hugely effective. Not only do you get the instructions for Mozzarella in The Ultimate Cheese Making Kit’s wonderful recipe book, there’s also a recipe for a delicious pizza base.

 

Spooky Goat’s Cheese Fingers

Bringing an whole new meaning to ‘finger food’, these Spooky Goat’s Cheese Fingers will be a guaranteed success!

 

Marinated Mozzarella Eyeballs

Ramping up the ‘creepy factor,’ these eyeballs look suitable authentic! Imagine popping one into your mouth and biting down. Actually, perhaps not…

Goat’s Cheese Ball Bat Bites

These bat bites are seriously cute, and the recipe is seriously simple.

 

Do you have any cheesy Halloween recipes you’d like yo share? Let us know in the comments below.

Em x

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