Halloween

Many people think of Halloween as typically American, but in fact this holiday originated in Ireland and Scotland. Halloween, which is on 31 October, started being celebrated in Sweden in the 1990s. Since then, it has become increasingly popular with Swedes of all ages. Help your children to dress up, dress up yourself and surprise the family with gruesomely delicious goodies.

Monster muffins

Spiders

Fingers

Chocolate and pumpkin cake

Rats

Meringue ghosts

Mummies

Truffle eyes

Hot chocolate

Halloween burgers

Pumpkin soup with ghosts

Eye salad

Pickled pumpkin

Pumpkin carpaccio

Pumpkin jam with coconut

More Halloween recipes can be found here

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Coconut and caramel popcorn

Friday chill out

Friday is perhaps the very best day of the week, and a Friday chill out is the best way to celebrate the end of the working week. We have the recipes for your chill out evening!

Blondies with gooseberry marmalade

Baking in a roasting pan

Baking in a roasting pan is simple and practical – and above all, it produces large quantities. Ideal if you're having a party or taking a cake to work. And of course, any leftovers can be frozen.

Spiced coffee

Warming drinks for cold weather

Here are some exciting recipes for tea, coffee and hot chocolate. They are ideal for carrying outside in a thermos or enjoying at home in the morning, afternoon or evening.

Pancakes with apple compote and lemon cream

Pancakes

Children love pancakes. And so do adults. Pancakes make the perfect snack, picnic food, brunch or dessert – and they are so easy to vary with a wide variety of accompaniments.

Orange marmalade

Time for citrus

Is there anything better than to start the morning with homemade marmalade on your toast. Let the season's citrus fruits inspire you.

Chocolate cake

Delicious chocolate

Mmm! What could be better than a rich, sumptuous chocolate cake to lift the spirits – either as an indulgent treat or to round off a meal.