Prep Time: 60 min.

I think even Snow White would love this Halloween platter. You are spoilt for fun choices with Watermelon Worms, Bloody Band-Aids, Strawberry Brooms, Snow White Apples and Spooky Tomato Eyes. Perfect for parties, lunchboxes or even a Halloween dessert at home.

What you need


Instructions for the Snow White Apples:

1. Melt the white chocolate. 

2. Place the white chocolate into a piping utensil or bag.

3. Shape the eyes and the nose with white chocolate.

4. Then add the chocolate around the face.

5. It’s great if some of the chocolate drips a bit.

6. Allow to set.

Instructions for the Bloody Wafer Band-Aids:

1. Make a simple frosting using icing sugar and a tiny bit of water. You don’t need a lot, so try a heaped tablespoon of icing sugar and a teaspoon of water. Adjust until you have the consistency you like.

2. Add the frosting to the wafers to resemble gauze in the middle.

3. Use a little strawberry jam for the blood.

4. Top with candy eyes.

Instructions for the Spooky Tomato Eyes:

1. Halve some cherry tomatoes.

2. Stick an eye on the rounded top of one half. You can use edible glue.

3. Add melted white chocolate to the other half. Alternatively, you can scoop the inside and fill it with cream cheese.

4. Top with a candy eye.

Instructions for the Watermelon Worms:

1. Slice the top of a watermelon.

2. Stick a metal straw into the watermelon.

3. Place your finger over the top of the straw and move it back and forth slightly.

4. You should be able to pull out a long piece of watermelon.

5. Place little candy eyes on top.

Instructions for the Strawberry Brooms:

1. Use a metal straw to make a hole at the top of your strawberries.

2. Insert the pretzel sticks.

3. Top the strawberries with candy eyes (you can use some edible glue).

Arrange all on a platter and serve.


The candy eyes, metal straw and piping utensil I use are all linked in my Shop.