I am absolutely loving that it’s October. The past week has been gorgeous and cool here in Western KY and all of the fall festivals are getting started. In another week, all of the leaves will be changing color and in just a few more weeks, Halloween will be here! This year has really flown by.
If you are already on the hunt for some fun Halloween treat ideas, you are going to love these 10 recipes! (Links and credit below the pictures).
Happy Halloween! My trick-or-treaters are ready for a fun night! Sophie is going as Clawdeen from Monster High and Emmie is a sweet little lady bug this year.
One thing that I always take with me for the big night is our Trick-Or-Treat survival bag full of all the essentials to make Halloween with little ones go smoothly. (Click here for the original post.)
It has been a LIFESAVER over the years. I don’t leave home without it!
What about you? Are you going trick-or-treating this year? Do you expect a lot of trick-or-treaters? I hope you have a fun and safe Halloween!
Puppy Chow is one of my favorite treats to make for the holidays. But instead of waiting until December, I added a little Halloween twist and got to have it early this year! It’s so easy to make, here’s what you need:
8 c. Rice Chex
1/2 c. peanut butter
1 c. semi sweet chocolate chips
1 1/2 c. powdered sugar
1 c. Reese’s Pieces
Melt chocolate chips in a medium saucepan over low heat. Add peanut butter and stir until smooth.
Remove from heat, add chocolate mixture to the cereal in a large bowl and stir until coated.
Pour powdered sugar into a gallon bag, add chocolate-coated Rice Chex, zip the bag, and shake until covered.
Add Reese’s Pieces and store in an airtight container.
For more Halloween ideas, check out the Holiday & Seasonal page!
Are you throwing a Halloween party this year? Check out these 10 clever Halloween treats, decorations and themes! (Links below the pictures).
Halloween Monster Punch is a fun, slushy treat that I love making for our Halloween party every year. Now let me tell you, this punch is tart. So if you want to tone it down a little, just mix in half of the frozen limeade or use 1/2 quart vanilla ice cream with 1/2 quart lime sherbet instead of a full quart of lime sherbet.
In a large punch bowl, combine the pineapple juice, limeade concentrate and ginger ale. Chill until ready to serve.
Add the softened sherbet to the punch.
Stir in the sherbet until the punch is green, leaving some chunks floating.
That’s it! Your Halloween Monster Punch is done! For more Halloween ideas, check out the Holiday and Seasonal page!
Only a couple of weeks before the Halloween parties start! Looking for some yummy recipes to make? Check out these 10 that I found! I can’t wait to try them. (Links below the pictures.)
I can’t believe Halloween is a month away. Where has the year gone? Some of you have already started on your Halloween projects but if you haven’t and you need some inspiration, check out these awesome ideas! (Links below the pictures).
I love simple crafts, don’t you? Some of my all-time favorite projects were also the easiest to make and this monogrammed pumpkin is a great example of that. There are only 2 steps involved and 3 supplies. If that’s not easy, I don’t know what is!
If you have a Cricut or Silhouette, you can make the vinyl letter yourself. I don’t, so I bought mine for a couple of bucks from Sherry’s Stickers on Etsy. You can also use a stencil and paint the letter on there if you want. Here’s what I used:
Artificial white pumpkin
5″ vinyl letter
Wipe off the surface of the pumpkin and apply the letter.
Attach ribbon to the stem.
You’re done! How easy was that?