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Halloween Fun Day 20- Halloween Cookies!

It is always nice to find some excuse once a month to make cookies together and this month, Halloween is the obvious choice. This is a great project for Scott and he is always enthusiastic when he gets to sample the final product. Here are some of the pictures from our cookie making. Then we […]

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Halloween Fun Day 19- Caramel Apples

This is always a fun thing to do during Halloween time but not usually child friendly. But while walking through the grocery store I discovered these: I had to get them to make this project more interactive for Scott (and in the future Avery) and when you open them up, this is how they come: […]

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Halloween Fun Day 13- Roasting Pumpkin Seeds

I love roasting pumpkin seeds so this HAD to be on the Halloween Fun Calendar. We saved these from when we carved pumpkins and then put a little bit of oil, some brown sugar and cinnamon and popped them in the oven. They were yummy and gone quickly!! Here they are before we put them […]

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Halloween Fun Day 14- Pumpkin Bread

I didn’t get pictures of this because we ate and gave it away too quickly- though that is a good sign that it was delicious! Here is the recipe I used: Pumpkin Bread Ingredients- 3 1/2 cups Flour 2 cups brown sugar 2/3 cup sugar 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg […]

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Halloween Fun Day 8- Halloween Trail Mix

I love a good trail mix- sweet and salty mixed together, it doesn’t get better than that. This one was beyond simple to make because I went the semi- homemade route and bought a trail mix in the bulk section to use as the base. It was faster and cheaper for me because than I […]

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Halloween Fun Day 4- Veggie Hot Dog Mummies

These are a fun take on the idea of (not) pigs in a blanket, I use veggie corn dogs but you could certainly use real ones if that is what you choose lol. First roll out your biscuits and then cut them into thin strips: Then wrap around the hot dog (protein link, whatever) in […]

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