As is known, I love baking very much. So if then there is a holiday, such as #Halloween , arrives... Then I can't resist it. I found two recipes on the Internet and I'd like to share them with you. #halloweenhapjes #bakkenhalloween
Mummies (I prefer to call them myself #halloweenies ) https://recipes.sainsburys.co.uk/recipes/snacks/spooky-sausage-mummies
Supplies for 12 Halloweenies: Bilkje with 12 sausages, 12 satay sticks, 4 slices of puff pastry. Little mayo/ketchup/mustard (whatever you want) and one satéstick to make eyelets.
Preheat the oven to 220 degrees. Put a sheet of parchment paper on a baking sheet.
First, dry the sausages with a piece of paper towels. Carefully prick them one by one on a stick. At me a stick sometimes went obliquely through the sausage, hence. Let four slices of puff pastry thaw. Cut each slice into six strips. This will be the bandage for the mummies. For each sausage, use two strips of puff pastry. Put the 'raw' mummies on the baking sheet one by one. Bake the halloweenies in the middle of the oven for about 25 minutes. The snack is ready when the puff pastry bolts up nicely and turns golden brown.
Let the mummies cool down a little and put some sauce in a bowl (for the eyes)
Use the satay stick to load some sauce. Make the eyelets (possibly with a different color sauce as pupil).
I said earlier that I wanted to share two recipes. For the second recipe, you need more ingredients. Here you will find the recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVlxlEapGdg
Brownies (homemade or from the store), Bastognecookies for the gravestones (and white glaze to write RIP and to 'stick' the cookies to the brownies), coconut + blue glaze and yellow dye (for the green moss), dark chocolate cookies (pulverized, this becomes the earth).
Bake the brownies according to the suit. And let them cool down well. Cut the brownie into four pieces. Make sure that the brownie is a little rectangular. If this is not so, you can always crop (and eat the trimmings);). Mix the blue glaze and yellow dye in a bowl until you are satisfied with the green color. (I used more blue than yellow!) Here you add some coconut (enough for four graves). And you mix this until the coconut has turned green (I don't have the tip of the coconut from the above YouTube video, which I found elsewhere on the internet). Cut four Bastognes (may also be shop brand) in half with a sharp knife (to avoid crumbling). I cut off an extra edge, I liked it better. With the white glaze you write RIP on the cookies. Optionally, you can decorate the tombstones even further. Divide the green coconut over the four pieces of brownie. Pulverise some dark chocolate cookies (I used Oreos, but I don't necessarily have to). Put a pile of biscuit crumbs on each brownie. Put some white glaze (you probably have some left) on the bottom edge of each cookie. That's how you stick the cookie to the brownie.