|Hot cocoa for the kiddo's on Halloween morning or when they come back from Trick or treating, to warm them up! |
Adapted from- Taste of Home
Cut a slit in top of each marshmallow; insert a candy. Carefully insert a lollipop stick through the bottom of each marshmallow and into each candy. The lollipop sticks, that not only keep the 2 eyeballs together, but prevents them from flipping over due to the weight of the candy. Without the stick, they would fall forward into the hot cocoa.
Scare up some fun and enjoy a delicious treat for you and your little ones to devour when you make these~
Spider infested Chocolate Chip Cookies
1 recipe of Tink's Heavenly Chocolate Chip Cookies or Peanut Butter and Bacon Cookies or Extreme Chocolate Chip Cookies or Pumpkin cookies with Penuche Frosting or if you are really in a pinch for time, buy some cookies at the market.
1 tube black sparkle gel
1 tube red sparkle gel (optional)
|Just make the spiders as if they are crawling on the cookie.|
Don't forget to scroll down for "part 1" of "Fast and Easy Halloween Treats"!
Finally a drink for my vampire friends!
4 ounces chilled Prosecco
1/2 ounce Campari
1 ounce white peach puree
1/2 ounce grenadine
In a pint glass, gently stir all of the ingredients. Pour the drink into a chilled flute.
I'm flying back to the Pacific Northwest to be with my Granddaughter, "Little Miss Teapot" on her first Halloween. Beings I'm a vampire, should only take me seconds to get there! I am so excited!! Have a super Halloween! See you on Friday with a yummy Fall soup!
You are beautiful with any look! Wow! You look so real, it's eerie! Making the cocoa, and the mummy bars! Thanks geriReplyDelete
Thanks Geri! The cocoa is really fun and the bars are adorable....kids just love them! Enjoy! JJDelete
My husband is making the hot cocoa for the kids on Halloween morning! What a great idea! You look fantastic! Scary good! JenReplyDelete
Another awesome blog! Love the picture of you! My children are having this cocoa today and tomorrow for breakfast, I can't wait to see their faces! I made the cookies last night and we are decorating them tonight with spiders. Thanks for all the quick and fun ideas. Sophia- Renton, WaReplyDelete
Love your costume and make up, you are amazing! One question, where did you find sparkle gel? I am making all the treats tomorrow for a party tomorrow night. Our kids aren't doing the house to house thing. We are having a party and everyone is bringing treats to hand out to each of the kids. Love your blog and all the stories and background behind the various dishes. Keep up the great work!ReplyDelete
Thanks for making our Halloween one of the best ever! We followed most of your suggestions, huge hit! Thanks you for all the time you put into such great blogs, JenReplyDelete
Fantastic! I met you on the golf course. On Tuesday! Thank you for sharing! Amazing blog! LindaReplyDelete