Mouthwatering Halloween treats

One of the fun things about Halloween is transforming simple, everyday food into their spookier versions. Think regular hotdogs transformed into creepy fingers, delectable red velvet cake made into a bloody background of a scary scene, or a rather harmless beverage topped with a freaky wicked eye. 

Manila Standard LIFE presents a list of scrumptious treats for those throwing a Halloween party or those who simply like to enjoy spine-tingling and mouthwatering goodies fit for the occasion. 


Mouthwatering Halloween treats
Jack-o-Lantern Peppers
Cast a spell on simple snack goodies with a help of a few tricks, courtesy of The Maya Kitchen. Here are two easy recipes from the culinary school: (see Delectable Halloween treats' recipes)


Andrew Café is all about treats with its delectable Devilish Red Velvet Cake. 

Mouthwatering Halloween treats
Devilish Red Velvet Cake
This Halloween-inspired confection is made of scrumptious layers of cocoa-flavored red velvet. The lavish spread of cream cheese frosting in between fills the mouth with delightful sweetness in every bite. Its web chocolate drips topped with spider-shaped fondant makes this cake a perfect centerpiece in a feast of monster-inspired snacks and party favors. 

Get this cake at Andrew Café, located at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Taft Campus, Malate, Manila. 

Thirsty from all the freakishly looking food? Drink you way to the spook-tacular season with Costa Coffee’s hair-raising ice blended concoction. 

Mouthwatering Halloween treats
Wicked Eye Frostino
The Wicked Eye Frostino is a grayish black, luxuriously tempting signature ice blended beverage. It is infused with activated charcoal that lends a murky yet sweet and creamy taste, and with some ghostly hints of strawberry. 

This spine-chilling drink is available at all Costa Coffee branches until Nov. 2. 


Celebrate All Hallows’ Eve with friends at Richmonde Ortigas’ bar lounge which is hosting “Fright Night,” an ‘80s themed Halloween happy hour party on Oct. 31. 

Mouthwatering Halloween treats
Richmonde Hotel Ortigas’ Fright Night Happy Hour booze and bar chow
Relish a drink-all-you-can spree of San Miguel beer products, Smirnoff Mule, featured cocktail drinks, white wine, iced tea, and sodas; and binge on delectable bar chow. The Halloween Happy Hour is priced at P798 nett and is from 6:00 p.m. ‘til 10:00 p.m. Meanwhile, bar chow buffet is open until 9:00 p.m. only. Live musical entertainment starts at 7:30 p.m. 

Richmonde Hotel Ortigas is located at 21 San Miguel Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. Call (02) 638-7777 for inquiries and reservations.

Topics: Richmonde Hotel Ortigas , Halloween , Andrew Café , Costa Coffee , The Maya Kitchen
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