Mmmmm pumpkin, it just screams fall, and it so celebrates Halloween!!! I love the combination of pumpkin and chocolate together with all the wonderful earthy spices. Also my favorite is to make little muffins. Just a perfect size for a snack or a couple of them for breakfast.
You can whip up these little gems quickly and make all autumn long. I love the little mini chocolate chips, just right for a little muffin!! You will love these, ENJOY!!!
Here it is just a few days until Halloween. We turn to last year with one of my favorites and it was these Cheez-ITs. Our homemade version of the store bought brand and in my opinion so much better. They SCREAM of cheddar flavor and I could eat them all day long!! Make up a batch and have them at the ready for Halloween night. Something all your little trick or treaters can munch on. ENJOY!!!
This is my favorite time of year, we love Halloween here but with us just moving we will not be celebrating the same way at all. We usually have a big Halloween Howler. One thing I have always done is create a cocktail. Last year was Embalming Fluid, something that was served up in a test tube and handed out when people arrived. Last year we were mad scientists so it fit the theme.
Those teeth and glasses were awful!! But we had sooo much fun!!
Here we are as a family the year before!!
So I wanted to come up with a cocktail, something that if we had a party I could have served to my company when they entered our haunted home!! I thought a good name would be Heads Will Roll Cocktail and I wanted it whiskey based. I made it a bit sweet with the addition of Grand Marnier and Kahlua.
Sweet and creamy with a good hit of whiskey flavor, I felt this one warm me all the way down to my toes!! ENJOY!!
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A quick and healthy snack that the whole family will love.
¼ cup canola oil
¼ cup sugar
1 tsp. Epicure Poudre Douce or pumpkin spice
½ cup popcorn kernels
In a large pot over high heat mix together the oil, sugar and pumpkin spice. Add the popcorn. Shake the pot over the element until the popcorn starts to subside in popping. Do not leave the pot on the stove as the sugar will burn. You may want to remove it completely from the element or turn your heat down slightly. Spread out on a cookie tray to cool. Break apart any large chunks. Store in an air tight container for a few days.
We are scarily creeping closer to Halloween. I am kind of bummed this year to not be doing a Halloween party, this is always our big time of year and it is so much fun. Tons of work but loads of laughs too! With recently moving there was no way we could pull it off. I have to admit my house is pretty darn scary as it is, with renovations in full steam ahead I don’t need decorations to add to the fright that is our home. Oh well, it is for a short time and we will get things back to normal I hope soon.
So we will celebrate last years scary recipes, today and next Monday, to help celebrate the season. Today I bring you these very scary Zombie Cupcakes. I made these last year from a kit that I was given as a gift. Have a look around your local stores and see what you can come up with. I also added in my little set of zombie people, call me crazy, many do but I love this little creepy set of zombies. I miss not putting them out so I have enjoyed looking back at this picture.