October 9, 2012

Three Fun Food Ideas for a Witch's Bash


How about making your next spooky batch of libations a ghoulish green? This idea was in this October's issue of Country Living magazine. Just add a little green food coloring to your favorite gin or vodka martini. I added a little twist by threading a few extra large black olives through a bamboo skewer for garnish.



This is a super cute idea for a kid's Halloween party. What you will need are some fudge stripped shortbreads, Hershey Kisses, vanilla frosting and some red and yellow food coloring. Mix the food coloring into the frosting to obtain your desired shade of orange. Place the shortbread on a plate, striped side down, and drop a nice size dollop of the orange frosting onto the center of the cookie.  Push a Hershey Kiss into the center of the frosting, this will flatten out the frosting to create an orange sash. I then added some green sprinkles to the top.



Aren't these adorable? OMGosh I found this idea over at a website called Coupon Cousins. All you need are cheese slices, pretzel sticks and chives. Fold a piece of cheese into quarters and then take each quarter and using a knife, cut slits in the cheese to make the fringes. Then break that piece in half and place one half behind a pretzel stick and the other half in front. Take a chive and gently tie the cheese to the stick and you're done.

Update already???  The kids just came home from school and absolutely loved these witch brooms!!!

Starting to get myself in gear for Halloween.
Are you all ready for the 31st???
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19 comments:

  1. Oh those cookies look so gooood!!
    What fun food ideas.

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  2. Hi Barbara. What cute witchy treats. You are so clever and your kids are so lucky!!..Happy Tuesday..Judy

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  3. Barbara, everything looks so great, such good ideas!
    ~Audra

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  4. Great ideas! Those witch hats are fantastic!
    Congratulations!
    Besos from Argentina, Silvina

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  5. Those cookies are so cut but then I got to the brooms and they are adorable too. Great job.

    Cynthia

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  6. Adorable children's treats. I know my kids will go nuts for the broomsticks.

    Dee

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  7. Yea, who doesn't love cheese. Great idea, thanks for sharing.

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  8. Too cute! A lot of love comes from your kitchen.

    Debra

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  9. What fun Halloween ideas. I have made the witch hats before and thought they were very cute. Those brooms however are fab! Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  10. A friend sent me your blog and I made the broomsticks for our Witch's Nite Out - Customer Appreciation event last evening...I posted a picture on my blog - they were loved by everyone! Just thought I would share! Judy

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  11. CUTE ideas!!! I LOVE the broomsticks! I am a martini girl and it's fun to see something creative done with my favorite adult beverage! :-)

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  12. LOL cute / no wonder the kids loved them! :)

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  13. All great ideas! I like the chive tied around the cheese and pretzel as a broom. Clever!

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  14. Hi Barbara,

    Wow! What cute ideas. I love the Witchy cookie hats and the pretzel and cheese brooms. :)

    And you blog is neat. I love the header.

    I will be signing up to follow you.

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    Have that a great day.
    Take care,Janet W

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  15. I love these ideas! The witches hat and broom look so yummy!

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  16. A great compilation of treats! I loved stopping by:) Thanks for linking up To Whimsy Wednesday!
    Kelly,
    Smart! School {House}
    www.smartschoolhouse.com

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  17. You are a featured favorite on Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes this week! Thanks again for sharing, we can't wait to see what you've got for all of us this week! :)
    Mackenzie :)

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  18. I was looking for more Halloween Recipes and found your blog site. I hope it’s fine with you if I could pin some of these photos on my Pinterest boards. Thank you and keep sharing :D They look yummy than scary btw! Haha

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