We love Hallowe'en at our house, and usually have some kind of Hallowe'en party or gathering. A few years ago, we went all out and had a costume competition and a pumpkin carving contest, and I created some prize rosettes

So, usually I make pumpkin pie for our Hallowe'en party every year, but after seeing a great cake decor idea on the front cover of Tesco magazine last week, I decided to break with tradition and make a salted caramel

We are having a wee Hallowe'en gathering this weekend, so Oskar and I have been busy planning what treats to serve up. He suggested toffee apples, but I'm not so keen on toffee or caramel apples as they are so

I'm sitting here late at night, finally grabbing a bite to eat and watching the GBBO final on catch-up, after the boys eventually came down from their sugar rush and fell asleep way past their bedtime. We went guising (trick

I've been very fortunate so far with my kids' choices of Hallowe'en costumes. A couple of years ago, Oskar wanted to be a snail, and most years he's been happy to just throw on his Spider-man costume from H&M. This year,