A flash of orange for Halloween

This is a little round-up of a few projects i’ve been working on lately….

1. Pumpkin soup for Parentdish

I made this delicious seasonal soup which went down a total treat with the boys. They normally refuse to eat any soup apart from tinned cream of tomato – certainly not home made. So I was totally blown away when they hoovered this up.

I think it’s down to the sweetness of the pumpkin and coconut milk. You can find the recipe on Parentdish.

2. Spooky spider chocolate cupcakes

If you’re having a party for Halloween, it’s fun to have something a bit creepy on offer, so I came up with these little blighters.

They’re pretty straightforward to make, and despite their creepy crawly looks the liquorice and chocolate combo is a total winner.  If you fancy giving them a go, you can find the recipe on Parentdish.

3. Orange in the kitchen (sponsored post)

And finally, if you’re a fan of the colour orange, find out about the pros and cons of introducing it into your kitchen in my article on The Orange Blog

Find out why you should be careful with orange in the kitchen


About Katie Bryson

Katie Bryson is a freelance food writer and blogger. She left a career in online news at the BBC to immerse herself in the culinary world, taking in courses at Leiths School of Food and Wine and an internship at Waitrose along the way. Her family food blog www.feedingboys.co.uk is bursting with recipes and tips for feeding hungry families that’ll help inspire all those frazzled parents out there wondering what on earth to cook for tea!
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6 Responses to A flash of orange for Halloween

  1. Carolina J. says:

    Soup looks lovely, I too made it a couple of times (spicy with coriander) – it IS a really delicious meal! Great that your boys loved it! (My 15 y.o. son hates the tomato soup out of the tin though).

    Oh, and the cupcakes- they do look creepy, kids will love them, of course, I would not be able to touch them! You can tell, I am not a particular spider lover!

  2. Katie Bryson says:

    Glad you’re a fellow fan of the pumpkin soup… there’s something particularly creepy about the liquorice legs of those spiders….

  3. Ali.b. says:

    Thanks for links to the recipes will have to give them a go when I have got my confidence back after my attempt at hobnobs (which usually goes well -lol) decided to fight back my hubby was on duty (hes in the fire service) nearly had to call him – oops :-).

    • Katie Bryson says:

      Hehe that made me chuckle – I’m notorious with burning stuff under the grill – it’s only got two settings – mega hi or mega low – so the smoke alarms are always going off! Impressed you make hobnobs – yum!

  4. BNE says:

    Such fun halloween goodies, especially the spiders. I loved the touch of orange, I too like bright colors in my kitchen.

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