Thursday, October 16, 2008


Witch's Warty Fingers

crunchy pretzel sticks
Vanilla frosting
chocolate sprinkles

Put frosting on pretzel sticks and sprinkle sprinkles on.
Witchy Treats

On a cookie sheet freeze place full, round scoops of lime sherbet. Freeze.
When ready to decorate and serve, place a sugar cone on each scoop of
sherbet. (The Hat) Poke short pieces of shoestring black licorice for hair
up under the hat. Use small orange candies for the eyes, and a cashew for
a crooked nose. You can eat the melting creations right away or refreeze
before serving.
Blue Witch's Brew
Serving Size: 4

2 1/2 cups fresh or frozen, thawed blueberries
1 1/4 cups apple juice
1 cup vanilla ice cream
1/4 cup milk
3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

In a blender whirl blueberries, apple juice, ice
cream, milk and cinnamon until smooth.
Serve immediately.
Witches Stew
On the first day of October, bring in a large, black pot that resembles a
witches' pot.
Inside the pot there is a slip of paper that reads: "I am the Witch of the
West and I am out gathering ingredients for our Halloween stew." On
designated days, place the bags containing ingredients in the pot. The
ingredients should be placed in a pot, inside a plastic bag so that no
smell escaped. Have appropriate names printed on the outside of the bag. On
Halloween, empty all the bags and stir the brew.

1 C. Blood Drops - Red Hots
1 C. Owl Eyes - Peanuts
1 C. Cats Eyes - Peanut M&Ms
1 C. Chicken Toenails - Corn Candy
1 C. Colored Flies - M&Ms
1 C. Butterfly Wings - Fritos
1 C. Earthworms - Corn Curls
1 C. Cat Claws - Sunflower Seeds
1 C. Ants - Raisins
1 C. Snake Eyes - Chocolate Chips
1 C. Cobwebs - Triscuits
1 C. Lizard Gizzards - Shoestring Potatoes
1 C. Bat Bones - Pretzels

Ingredients: Fudge striped cookies Hershey kisses
Orange decorator icing. Turn cookies upside down so
that the chocolate side is up. Use the orange icing to
pipe around the hole in the center of each cookie.
Place an unwrapped Kiss on the icing circle. Finish by
piping around the base of the Kiss and drawing a
little bow.

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