You can start celebrating October 31st in the morning. All you need to do is prepare a delicious and original breakfast! Everyone is stocking up on Halloween candy and scary costumes, but what about a festive breakfast? Food can be quite healthy and with a little bit of imagination you can prepare spooky eggs, monster sandwiches and original Halloween pancakes.
Any breakfast can be made festive with simple decorating options, and Halloween breakfast is no exception! Children will definitely like a Halloween themed sandwich or a toast and making them is a real pleasure! Do not hesitate to ask the children for help. This will make the preparation of breakfast even more fun! Our Halloween breakfast ideas will definitely not leave anyone indifferent and the good news is that you need the most ordinary ingredients.
Halloween Monster Sandwiches – Super Cool and Easy Ideas for a Spooky Breakfast
Any boy or girl will be delighted to prepare Halloween monster sandwiches. In addition, toasts and sandwiches are ideal party food not only for kids but for adults as well. What is the main secret? Well, it is all about transforming an ordinary slice of bread into a something original. Halloween breakfast ideas feature a huge variety of monster looking sandwiches and toasts. You simply need to give them a Halloween look, cut and arrange cheese and vegetables in an unusual and creative way. When making Halloween monster sandwiches, you can realize almost any idea if you approach the process creatively, and a wide variety of characters can appear on an ordinary slice of bread – from cute and funny faces to cartoon characters.
Mummy Toast Recipe
2 Slices Toast
Strawberry or Raspberry Jam or Ketchup
Cheese, cut into thin strips
Carefully crack eggs into a non-stick or cast iron skillet. Cook until egg whites are set but the yolk is not yet hard. Use a spatula to flip and cook until desired doneness.
While eggs are cooking, spread jam or ketchup on toast.
Top with the eggs, then layer strips of cheese across the make it look like a mummy.
Place olive rounds at the top to serve as eyes.
Ham and Cheese Monster Sandwich
2 slices of Bread
1 slice Cheddar Cheese
Pimento Stuffed Green Olives
Place a round cookie cutter on top of a slice of Bread. Cut out a circle and repeat with one more slice.
Carefully cut triangles out of all four flat sides of a cheddar cheese slice.
Spread mayonnaise on bottom circular bread slice followed by ham and cheese slice and top with the second round bread slice.
Place two pimento olives on toothpicks and place on top for the “eyes.”
Make sandwiches using 1 slice of cheese per sandwich. Spread the outside with butter.
Toast sandwiches in a preheated skillet until golden brown and the cheese is melted.
Cut the remaining slices of cheese into triangles, forming the teeth, and circles for the eyes.
Slice the cucumber to form the arms and spikes for the monster. Assemble your monster sandwich, using the blueberries for the center of the eyes.
Frankenstein Avocado Toast
Slices of whole grain bread
1 medium Avocado, halved, pitted, peeled, and mashed
1 tsp. lime juice
12 black olives
1 ball mozzarella cheese (or hard boiled egg)
1 red bell pepper
While your bread is in the toaster, mash up the avocado with the lemon or lime juice. Season with salt and pepper.
Spread the avocado on the toast and then add the veggies and mozzarella (hardboiled egg) eggs to make a Frankenstein face.
Ghost Toast for Halloween
1 slice white sandwich bread
2 teaspoons unsalted butter
1 large egg white, lightly beaten
Cut out ghost shape from the slice of bread with a 3-inch cookie cutter.
Melt butter in a nonstick skillet over medium heat; toast bread on one side in the skillet until golden, about 2 minutes. Flip and add the egg white to the opening. Cover and cook until the egg sets, about 2-3 minutes.
Make the eyes with dots of mayo.
6 slices of bread
1 can tuna oil, drained
2 oz./55 g sun-dried tomatoes in oil
2 oz./55 g Cheddar cheese
5 oz/150 g creme fraishe
Salt and pepper, to taste
Black olives for decoration
Drain the tuna and tomatoes on a sieve and cut into small pieces.
Coarsely grate the cheddar.
Cut the olives into small pieces. Wash the lettuce leaves and cut into small pieces.
Prepare the filling. Mix the creme fraiche and season with salt, pepper. Stir in the cheddar, tuna and tomato pieces and season to taste.
Cut out small ghosts from the bread slices with a cookie cutter.
Brush half of the slices with half of the filling. Cover with lettuce leaves, distribute the rest of the filling on top.
Assemble the sandwiches, decorate with the olive pieces as eyes and serve.
Halloween Breakfast Ideas with Eggs
Eggs are nutritious and quick to cook. They go well with almost all products, have a neutral taste, and allow you to show your imagination. Halloween breakfast ideas with eggs can be prepared super fast. Besides the original look, egg breakfast is a great boost of energy for kids and adults.
Spooky Bacon and Eggs Skull and Crossbones
Heat the nonstick pan and the mold for about 30 seconds. Spray the mold and the pan with cooking spray.
Crack the eggs in a small bowl, and carefully scoop out the egg yolks with a large spoon.
Gently place an yolk in each eye of the mold. Then pour the egg whites into the rest of the mold.
Cook for 30 seconds on medium heat. Then pour able 2 tablespoons of water into the pan. Cover with a lid. Wait for about 2 minutes and transfer the eggs from the pan onto a plate.
Add 2 slices of bacon to the pan and cook until crispy. Arrange them in the plate as crossbones.
Spider and Eyeball Eggs
Cook eggs sunny-side up in a non-stick or cast iron skillet until whites are set.
Put ketchup in a plastic bag and make a small cut in the corner. Use this to create the eye’s veins.
Place and olive round in the center of the yolk to serve as the eyeball.
To make a spider – place two olive rounds to serve as the spider’s eyes and draw the spider’s legs with ketchup.
Spooky Halloween Baked Egg Eyeballs
1 Orange Bell Pepper, sliced into thick rings
Cooking Oil Spray
2 Large Eggs
Salt and Pepper
1 Medium Avocado, seeded and mashed
1/2 teaspoon Lemon Juice
2 teaspoons Ketchup, or another red sauce like pizza sauce or Sriracha sauce
2 Black Olive Slices
1 Whole-Wheat English Muffin, split and toasted
1/2 cup Baby Spinach Leaves
1 Small Tomato, thinly sliced
Preheat your oven to 400°F/200°C. Generously oil the bottom of a baking dish or loaf pan.
Add the bell peppers to the bottom of the pan and crack an egg into the middle of each one, then season with salt and pepper.
Bake until the whites and yolk of the eggs are cooked, about 10 to 12 minutes.
Mash the avocado with the lemon juice, season with salt and pepper.
Use the ketchup to add veins to the egg eyes by drawing squiggly lines from the yolk outward towards the bell pepper. Dollop a little of the avocado mash in the center of the yolk and top with an olive slice.
Layer both halves of the English muffin with the remaining avocado, baby spinach leaves, tomato slices, and top each one with an egg eyeball.
Halloween Breakfast Ideas – Monster Egg Toast
1 slice of bread
1/2 tablespoon butter
salt to taste
1 small egg
Take a slice of toast bread and cut out the monster contour.
Cut out the mouth in the middle.
Place the bread in a hot frying pan with a little butter and cook until golden brown.
Crack an egg on the toast. It is best to use a small egg since a large one simply will not fit.
Cook the toast with egg until tender. Season with salt and serve immediately.
Jack-o-lantern Cheese Quesadillas
shredded Cheddar cheese
Preheat the oven to 400F/200C.
Stack 2 flour tortillas on top of each other. Use a kitchen knife to cut out a pumpkin “stem” from them.
Set one of the flour tortillas aside. Cut a face out from the middle of one of the tortillas.
Set the tortilla without a face on a baking sheet. Cover it with cheese.
Add the other flour tortilla on top of the cheese, making sure the stems line up.
Bake in the oven for about 10 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the edges start to turn golden.
Serve with sour cream and salsa.
Spiced Ghost Pancakes
2 cups flour
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon cloves
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
Pinch of ginger
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup milk
3/4 cup heavy cream
2 tablespoons powdered sugar
Mini chocolate chips
Maple syrup, for serving (optional)
Heat a large skillet or griddle over medium-high heat.
In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and ginger. Stir in the eggs and milk.
For each pancake, pour 1/4 cup of the batter onto the hot griddle. Cook until bubbly on top and set on the edges. Flip and cook on the second side.
To make the whipped cream ghosts, whip the cream until thick. Slowly add in the powdered sugar and continue to beat until you have stiff peaks. Transfer the cream to a pastry bag. Pipe the ghosts on top of pancake stacks and adhere 2 mini chocolate chips for the eyes.