Saturday, October 31, 2015

Halloween Recipes

So it's that time of the year again. The night when all the ghosts and goblins come out to play. This may be true in places like America, but here in Japan, Halloween generally comes and goes without any fanfare. Sure you'll find Halloween-themed candies on sale at stores, but that's basically it. 

So every year we make it a point to celebrate in our own special way. This year we decided to get a little creative with our recipes as well as our video tutorials. How often do we get a chance to go a bit overboard with a recipe video? I'd say that it's extremely rare which makes this video even more special!

Our first video is a recipe on how to make some creepy but fun Cake Pop Eyes. They're pretty much your basic cake pops turned into scary looking eyes. However what we're really happy about it how good the video itself turned out. We got creative and decided to create the scariest recipe video we could imagine. This is what we came with. 

If you've got the courage, please take a look at our Scary Cake Pop Video. Although it is scary, it's essentially a recipe so go ahead. Make them and enjoy the scariest day of the year!

For those of you who wish to keep Halloween fun and cute, may I suggest this Halloween Curry? It's super easy to make as we use a basic Japanese boxed roux that's sold in any Asian supermarket. Japanese Curry from scratch harder and more time consuming to make so we've kept it simple. Not only is this curry fun to make, it's really delicious!

Click below for these two very special recipes. 

Scary Cake Pop Eyes

Halloween Curry

Check out our other Halloween Treats below!

Bloody Red Velvet Cake

Black Cat Cupcakes

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes

Have a safe and enjoyable Halloween Everyone!


  1. Hi Tabieats,
    I really love all of your video! Thank you so much for sharing them I really appreciate your hard work and effort for doing it! I have a request for Melonpan?

    Thank you

    Cheers =)

    1. so sorry for the very late reply. Sure we can do that for you. Melon Pan it is!


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