Are you trick or treating for Halloween tonight? Before setting off why not pour yourself a bowl of my pumpkin pear and ginger soup. This Autumnal spiced soup will prepare you for the night ahead as well as leaving some space for the chocolate and sweet haul which is likely be demolished along the way.
This soup would be perfect to serve to a hungry group of children and parents – a great way to feed a Halloween crowd without too much effort. Maybe you could serve it with a few sausage mummies and some bone shaped bread rolls or witches fingers bread sticks.
Over the past few years, I have loved experimenting with pumpkin in many sweet and savoury dishes. It makes the most amazing muffins, breads, curries and pies. Foe truly tasty pumpkins, it’s definitely worth headign to one of the local markets or farm shops who often stock the best varieties for eating.
For more tasty Halloween/Bonfire night soup ideas take a look below:
Green goblin Halloween spinach soup – My Fussy Eater
Spooky Halloween soup ideas – Eats Amazing
Pumpkin soup with chestnuts & honey – Proper Foodie
Halloween blood soup – Eat Your Veg
Spiced pumpkin, carrot & sweet potato soup – Fuss Free Flavours
Spooky carrot soup – Jo’s Kitchen
Roasted pumpkin soup with fried sage & white truffle oil – Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary
Easy butternut squash soup with bacon brittle – Kavey Eats