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Throwing a Goth Theme Halloween Party

Updated on September 28, 2015
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I seriously believe that a Gothic Halloween Party theme could actually be the same as the Twilight Halloween Party Theme. So why did I create different recipes? Oh, well… because it is fun to do, I guess!

I love the Goth Culture. I have had friends all over the country that I have met via the net and in person. I love the style, the uniqueness and the individuality of Goth’s. I find them stylish in a very unique way.

So for a Gothic Halloween Party, check out your local stores for cobwebs, black candles, black and red roses, and to be really creative you can have a centerpiece that is made from dried dead flowers. Don’t forget the dried ice for that special effect. Remember there is a unique sophistication in the Goth culture; it is not just about being all spooky and dark.

Little Bites Recipe

Before I share this recipe let me tell you I was creating it as I was going along. The final product is actually good in the morning with some tea or coffee. It would make a great little refreshment at any party.. I wrote it for my Goth theme article I wrote along time ago on another site that no longer exist.

¾ cup Graham Flour

¾ cup White Flour

2 Tablespoons Milled Flax Seed

½ cup Brown Sugar

2 teaspoons No Sodium Baking Powder

½ teaspoon No Sodium Baking Soda

2 egg whites

¼ cup Canola Oil

½ cup chopped Nuts

1/8 cup water

1/2 pint of Apple Butter

½ cup Dark Chocolate Chips

½ cup Peanut Butter (optional)

Mix everything together and bake at 375 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Allow to cool and drizzle with melted chocolate (optional) Cut into little bite size pieces.

Playing Games can be fun Goth Style!

Try to have a few games lined up, use your devilish imagination but just for a little creativity you could play Goth Charades using Goth bands, songs and movies as the theme.

Last, try to make some unique party food, try a black pasta salad with the meatball recipe below. And let’s not forget to make a wonderful cake topped with some black frosting and dark red roses!

I hope you enjoy the recipes I have created, they can be fun to make and it does not have to cost a lot of money AND they can be somewhat healthy. Enjoy!

Best Goth Meatballs

1 lb. 80/20 Hamburger Or Turkey Burger

1 egg white

½ cup bread crumbs

1/2 teaspoon parsley


Garlic Powder (not garlic salt)

Worcestershire Sauce

½ cup Honey BBQ Sauce

Mix everything together and form small meatballs. Cook, Drain the grease and place back into the frying pan.

Use a dark Honey BBQ Sauce and pour over meatballs. Simmer on low until sauce is warm. Allow to cool a bit and place a Halloween Black pick into each meatball. I have noticed in party stores you can even find BAT picks which would work great! Serve in a black bowl and ENJOY! You could even make extra sauce and put it into a bowl with a label, calling the BBQ sauce something, Fresh Blood!!

**I made these the other night, this is no joke-They are ADDICTIVE!

So, the magic question-do you think you will use any of these ideas?

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© 2015 Eva Thomas


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