1. Bat Wing Soup
This soup is accentuated with toasted "bat wings" that you cut out of white bread.
2. Eye Popping Soup
This recipe is found in Martha Stewart Living. It's a simple homemade tomato soup garnished with olives made to look like eyeballs and a creepy crawlie.
3. Worm Soup with Bat Wings
One of the simpler soups to make, since you're just basically opening up a jar of soup, heating it and decorating it with chips.
4. Witch's Hat Soup
Another Taste of Home recipe. You make the witch's hat from tortillas that you shape into cones. You then decorate them with Cheese Whiz.
5. Spiderweb Soup Topping
Instructions for how to pipe a decorative spiderweb on top of soup.
6. Boil and Bubble Soup Cauldron
Not very Halloween-y in particular, unless you serve it in a cute skillet with bread pumpkins as shown.
7. Green Gruel with Eyeballs
A more gourmet soup idea involving broccoli. It's then decorated with hardboiled eggs and black olives.
8. Bloody Soup Shots
Making the soup is the easy part of this recipe: sourcing the perfect little jars and serving pieces for the soup shots is the hard part.
9. Vampire Blood Tomato Soup Shots
Another recipe where it's crucial to find an awesome way to serve and display the soup.
10. Butternut Squash Soup with Curried Sour Cream Ghosts
Unfortunately the "how to make the ghost" part of this recipe is incomplete, but I bet you can figure it out just from the cute picture. The soup sounds so yummy, my mouth is watering right now. And I don't even particularly like squash!
11. Curried Cauliflower Soup with Bat Quesadillas
For a soup that's a bit spicier than those above, try this one. It calls for coconut milk, cayenne, and cumin seeds.
12. Cauldron Curry
Another Martha Stewart recipe. This definitely looks like something green and ghoulish that a witch would be simmering all day long in her witchy kitchen!
13. Pumpkin Puree with Spider Web
The really cool spider web in this pic is made from a reduction of sugar and black beer.
Happy haunted cooking!