Barm brack is a classic old Irish spiced cake / bread recipe.
Boxty is a traditional potato dish in Ireland at any time of year, but particularly at Hallowe’en.
Traditionally eaten in Ireland at Hallowe’en. People used to hide a prize in the Colcannon: a gold ring meant marriage within the year, a sixpence meant wealth, a thimble for the women meant they wouldn’t be married and a button meant the same for the men.
A wonderful fall soup.
A delicious milk shake. You can make it any time of year, but of course the flavours call out autumn.
If you’re pumpkin pie-d out and still have some pumpkin to use up, try these, they are very good.
Soul Cakes are a traditional English dessert that makes its appearance on All Soul’s Day. Though the English refer to them as (small) cakes, North Americans would likely say cookies.
Swamp Slime is a classic Hallowe’en party drink for grown-up kids.