Spooky Halloween Burgers

Spooky Halloween Burgers

Halloween Burgers

Halloween Burgers

Ding Dong the witch is dead… witch oh witch, wicked witch…

Spooky Halloween Burgers

Spooky Halloween Burgers

I couldn’t help sing this childish song as I prepared these Spooky Halloween Burgers. The wicked witch may be dead, but her black cat is guarding this delicious and wholesome Halloween Party food idea.

Halloween Hamburgers

Halloween Hamburgers

Each year we have a Halloween Party and go trick or treating with the children. Healthy finger food on the table is so much easier to manage than a sit down meal. So my “Spooky” Halloween plate to share will be a double batch of these burgers.  I will make half using the witch cookie cutter and half with her cat.

Spooky Foods For Halloween

Spooky Foods For Halloween

I chose to make the burger on a English muffin as I thought a smaller burger would be a better party food.

Spooky Halloween Burgers
Recipe Type: Spooky Halloween Burgers
Cuisine: Fast Food, Halloween
Author: Julie
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Serves: 6
Here is a quick, healthy and spooky treat for the Halloween.
  • 6 English muffins
  • 6 Burger Patties
  • 6 slices of cheese
  • 60gm butter
  • 1 small butter lettuce
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 x 200gm can beetroot
  • 80ml tomato sauce
  1. Split the muffins in half and toast.
  2. Fry the burger patties whilst the muffins are being toasted.
  3. Butter each side of the muffins.
  4. On one side of each of the 6 muffins, place a slice of tomato, and lettuce.
  5. On the other side of the six muffins place the cooked burger patty and a smear it with tomato sauce.
  6. Cut a Halloween figure such as a cat, witch or bat out of the cheese with a cookie cutter. Reserve the figure.
  7. Place the cheese with the cut out on top of the burger patty.
  8. Cut the same figure out of a round of beetroot.
  9. Slot the cheese into the beetroot cut out.
  10. Place this on the salad side of the burger.
  11. The remaining beetroot cut out can be served alongside the burger.
Serving size: 1 Burger

I have served extra sauce in a cauldron which you can buy in varying sizes from the reject shops, or $2 junk shops.

Halloween Burgers

Halloween Burgers

I hope readers are enjoying the lead up to Halloween.  I have a few more party treats to share in the next few days.

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  1. Love the cat shapes!

  2. We’re going to hopefully go trick or treating this year! Love your spooky Halloween burgers Julie! They look suitably cute and creepy! 😀

  3. These are brilliant! And I love burgers on English muffins 🙂

  4. Where would we all be without our cookie cutters? Your children are lucky to have such a creative mum =)

  5. How fun! Pretty sure my kids would have a field day with this on the table for Halloween dinner! 🙂

  6. What a cute idea for dinner on Halloween night! I need one of those cat cookie cutters 🙂

  7. These burgers are real cute. I’m glad to hear that Trick-or-Treating is catching on in Australia. In my 30 + years in Adelaide, we only had some Trick-or-Treaters come to our house once. And when our kids went ‘treating’, the people looked surprised when they came to the door- didn’t know what it was!

  8. I love the cat cut out!

  9. Love the spooky burger idea for halloween Julie!Your cat cut out is a cool idea and so much fun for the kids 🙂

  10. You are so clever…I love your burger idea.

  11. Loving how fun and creative these are, they make burgers much more fun! 🙂

  12. Love the cat cut out! And a really great burger dish, too. English muffins must make a nice change – I like the idea. Thanks so much.

  13. Spooky and delicious!

  14. Oh I love these creative little Halloween burgers! I’ll have to look out for this cookie cutter.

  15. So cute what you’ve done with the cheese! very clever 🙂

  16. What fun! I bet kids LOVE coming to your place. 🙂

  17. These are super cute and I bet the little kiddies will love it and the best part it’s easy to make 🙂

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