NOW is the time to go batty for a spooky spread.

Find devilish dishes in the supermarket or make your own fright-night food.

Here are some good Halloween food ideas

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Here are some good Halloween food ideasCredit: Shutterstock

Here are some scarily good food ideas for Halloween.

FINGER FOOD: To make a plate full of dead fingers, heat some frankfurters or tinned sausages then, using a sharp knife, cut out nail shapes in the end and score knuckle marks along the “fingers”.

Finish off with a dollop or two of red ketchup at the base of each finger.

SCARY SLICE: Pizza is the perfect party food, so give little witches and wizards what they want with Asda’s Boo The Bat pizza in the shape of the winged creature, £2 or buy two for £3.

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For a trick or treat takeaway, Papa John’s Jack-O’-Lantern pizza, (around £22, depending on location) is on sale until Tuesday, with a pepperoni-slice smile topped with black olive eyes.

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FRESHLY CUT: For a healthy Halloween snack, all you need is a satsuma or clementine and a cucumber.

Peel the fruit, ensuring the inside stays in one piece.

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Slice short sticks from the cucumber, leaving the skin on.

Push a stick into the top of the orange to form a stalk.

You can pack them in a lunch box or serve them up on a party platter.

CHEESE WITH FEAR: For a tasty Halloween treat try the Witches’ Cauldron roasted pumpkin cheese fondue recipe at morrisons.com.

It looks amazing and makes a tasty meal too.

Cut the lid off a pumpkin, roast it in the oven, then fill with grated cheese, garlic and crème fraiche.

Put it back in the oven until the cheese is melted, then dip in bread or veg.

SPOOKILY SIMPLE: Look out for Asda’s ghost-shaped chicken nuggets, £2.

The store also has a six-pack of ghost crumpets for £1.25.

You can design your own Halloween House for £4.99 with a kit from Morrisons, or decorate your own Pumpkin Biscuits with black icing, £1.99.

  • All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

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