Recipes For My Boys: Halloween
Showing posts with label Halloween. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Halloween. Show all posts

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Sour Raisins

I always eat lunch with my boys when I volunteer at school. The boys take their lunches but like to go through the lunch line to get a cold milk and another fruit if it strikes their fancy. I walked through the line with my twins and saw that one of the fruit choices for the day was sour raisins. I had never heard of them before, have you? Without hesitation, both of them grabbed the little boxes of sour dried fruit. Their little fingers could not wait to open and taste the new fruit choice! The sour raisins were liked. I came home and immediately made my version of them. They twins loved them.  

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Mummy Fingers

This is always fun to make and see what the reactions are you get.  Some think they are cool.  Some think they are gross.  And, some are scared by them!

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Skull Pops

Yes, I know!  I am making more Swiss Roll Pops but Dang, they are so very easy to do!  A few ingredients and you are set to make some children SMILE!

Skull Pops

package of Swiss Rolls
almond bark
mini and regular chocolate chips
lollipop or pretzel sticks
Makes 16 Swiss Roll Pops

Unwrap and put swiss rolls in bowl.

Break apart with a fork.

Roll into a ball and squeeze the bottom in slightly to make a face shape.

Melt almond bark according to directions.
Dip stick in candy and insert in skull.
Put in freezer for 5-10 minutes.
Let thaw for a minute or so. 
Warm up candy again if needed for 10-15 seconds in microwave.
Dip skull in candy, add mini chips for eyes and large for mouth.

Set in Styrofoam or a foam plate atop an empty container.  You will have to hold until dry to do this one.  
Let dry completely and wrap.  
One's a little tired.  ;D  <3 and Hugs!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Mummy Pizzas

The boys were out of school last Friday.  After playing outside for most of the day, they wanted to make these to share with you.  So easy to make and Fun for this time of year!

Mummy Pizzas
english muffins
pizza or spaghetti sauce
string cheese
black olives
1 or 2 slices red pepper minced

Half muffins if necessary.
Have children pull cheese into thin strings.
Let children spoon sauce over half of english muffins.

Top with cheese strings.
Placed a sliced black olive where I should be.  Or, anywhere and everywhere else!  ;D
Add a dice of red pepper in the center of each olive.

Bake at 350 until cheese is soft.  It will not melt.

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