Halloween’s around the corner which means it’s
that time of year when Treats become Twisted . . .
Chocolate cupcakes with frosting in a bubbling cauldron hue
and topped with cauldron potion Halloween sprinkles.
Twizzlers Chocolate Twists make edible cauldron handles.
It’s also the time when seemingly normal ingredients can appear Spooky. . .
Mozzarella and olive slice eyes to stare up from
your soup bowl with a quick trick & spooky treat!
Scary Hand Pies are easy to scare up with pie filling,
refrigerated pie crust, and Wilton Candy Eyes.
Scary hand optional <|: >)
Beware. . . it’s the time of year when
morsels become deadly. . .
A triple dose of chocolate deadly
enough for the most die-hard chocoholic.
Bottles were collected for potion ingredients. . .
Pick your poison. . .
And shake up a Skeletini Cocktail.
Ravens have gathered for twisted treats. . .
aka, White Chocolate Popcorn Crunch
Candy Corn masquerades as Bat Fangs,
Dried Cranberries magically become Lord Neckswoop’s Blood Drops,
and White Chocolate Almond Bark is arsenic-laced
all by conjuring ingredient labels.
Wishing you a Happy Haunting!
Deadly Morsels and Twisted Treats Table:
Deadly Morsel Plates & Tiered Centerpiece Basket / Hobby Lobby
Dinner Plates / Pfaltzgraff Delaney
Tablecloth & Goblets / HomeGoods
Witch Hands / Target, several years ago
Flatware & Chargers / World Market
Thank you for your visit, I’m joining:
I’m weighing in on a little fall love with pumpkins, mums, and
leaves for garden smiles around the Potting Shed!
My vintage National Family Scale is offering up Indian corn and
the first autumn color from leaves of a Sweetgum tree.
And a crewel embroidered pumpkin pillow join
other pumpkins and pillows on a bench.
Raking Season will be here soon, and Indian corn and a
garden fork hang on a rake for a little fall display.
The botanical face of my Garden Smiles plaque is framed with
a bittersweet wreath and topped with some dogwood foliage.
And a recent find and vintage Schwinn Breeze bike
may not be road ready but she’s pumpkin ready.
Pumpkins are nestled in the chimney pot with the
fern fronds for a little seasonal color.