Brains of Cawing Ravens

I conjured up some Brains of Cawing Ravens~

aka, White Chocolate Popcorn Crunch

More of a Spell or procedure rather than recipe, best of all~

 No Cauldron Required!

Here are the ingredients you will need~

Start with Brains of Cawing Ravens ~

 aka Popcorn

 White Chocolate Almond Bark (Arsenic-laced of course :)

or White Chocolate Baking Chips~

Witches Blend~ A mix of Pretzels and Nuts

(I did a double take after I loaded this photo of the Witches Blend label :)

Bat Fangs, 100% Organic~

aka Candy Corn

Lord Neckswoop’s Blood Drops, Sweet & Succulent~

aka Dried Cranberries

Eye of Newt, aka Wilton Candy Eyeballs

(I found mine at Target)

I used the Jolly Time White Chocolate Crunch Popcorn recipe, as a guide, melting my white chocolate bark but coating the popcorn only.

Spread the coated popcorn on a wax paper or parchment lined baking sheet(s) to cool and set.

After the chocolate has set, break popcorn pieces apart, and stir in your other ingredients with a sinister skeletal hand~

Store in an airtight container~  serve in Treat Pails or Bags.

(Pail from World Market)

Don’t forget your Eye of Newt!

 A Sweet & Salty Treat~

Adjust the ratio of candy to pretzels & nuts for your Trick-or-Treaters or party-goers’ taste buds~

I found Martha Stewart labels at Michaels but there are lots of printable labels on Pinterest, here.

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36 responses to “Brains of Cawing Ravens

  1. Nancy Bednar

    I love your recipes and have made both the Basil Salt and Scary Hand Pies. Can’t get those great skeleton hands out of my mind….where are they from? Please share? thanks for your inspiration – you’re style is lovely!

  2. Looks like you are ready for Halloween! Fun post!

  3. Nancy~ The skeleton servers came from Target last year. They have some similar this year and I’ve also seen some at World Market :)

  4. So cute…the graphics are so much fun, Mary! I recently read City of Ravens, about the ravens at the Tower of London and the lore surrounding them. :D

  5. How do you do it, Mary? Post after post you come up with new creative ideas that are an absolute delight!

  6. LOL love your comment about second look at witches brew – I did the same thing! I’m definitely going to have to try this recipe! Love all of your posts – you are just so talented – thanks for sharing your creativity with us!

  7. Oops meant blend not brew – TGIF!!!!

  8. This so darn cute!…I saw your #90 link-up at Foodie Friday,just had to pop over and check it out….perfect spooky snack…lovin’ on these labels!!

  9. Such fun Mary! Love those funky, old timey labels. They really are the finishing touch. Yay for Halloween! –Lucinda

  10. I had to do a double-take, too!!! Even after the 2nd look, I STILL wasn’t completely sure about that! :-) This is a really spooky fun post, and I know the brains would be gobbled up in no time!

  11. Mary, you come up with the most creative ideas! This is so fun! You never miss a single detail!

  12. This title is the most distinctive one ever. I imagine Search Engine Optimization would be puzzled. But who cares about that, right? The witches blend label could go either way indeed. Creative, creative post. You are topping yourself:}

  13. A complete treat!

  14. Halloween is not my most favorite holiday, but you make it so much fun! I always share your Halloween ideas with my niece in Greensboro who goes all out every year during this time of year…

  15. Happier Than A Pig in Mud

    How fun! Gotta chuckle at the Witches Blend label font:@) Speaking of black birds… I took a walk this morning and never heard so much noise and chatter, the trees on one street were LOADED with black birds. So cool for Halloween month! Have a great weekend Mary:@)

  16. This is just darling Mary. Thanks for sharing such a fun idea!! I think I’ll do this for our annual preHalloween party for the grandkids. I know they will love it!!! N.

  17. I actually DID see it as “Bitches Blend”, LOL!!!! I agree with Lulu, you have an endless supply of creative juices and I LOVE every post you do. XO, Pinky

  18. Sooo fun! Reminds me of something I did with my daughters a few years back.

    - The Tablescaper

  19. This is so cute! Great Halloween snacks! I love the photo of the skeleton hand with the popcorn and spider against the silver tray. Thanks for another great post!

  20. You always put such wonderfui attention to detail in every post, Mary! This one is no exception. Love it all!

  21. You are so very creative! I would love to enter your brain for a while and take notes.

    Big Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

  22. What fun ideas you’ve shared, Mary! I love the recipe for the brains. It sounds tasty and so colorful. I did a double take, too, on the ” Witch’s Brew” label. You never cease to amaze me with your creativity.

  23. YUM!!!!!!!!! And how cute! Love the spiders crawling through everything. Another amazing photo shoot girl! Have a great week.
    Charlene & Elle

  24. Do you ever hear from Jain? I miss her blog (Blue Moon) so much. Are you guys still doing the book one? If so send me the link please. HUGS!

  25. I had to look a little closer at the Witches Blend! Very funny. What a spooktacular treat!!

  26. Mary, I don’t dare make this. I’d be eating this night and day. I’ve already made the mistake of buying a bag of those “bat fangs”. That didn’t last long.
    Thanks for sharing this spooky treat! ;-)

  27. Those are hysterical! I love the labels and the “ghoulish” ingredients! So perfect for Halloween. Visiting from Between Naps on the Porch! Come on over to my blog – I’m having a giveaway!


  28. This is really cute. You put alot of work into this post and it is very enjoyable, not to mention how delicious it all looks!

  29. Adorable presentations for a great party! Hope you are having a great week and thanks for sharing.
    Miz Helen

  30. Mary…this is the greatest…such creativity everywhere…I so love it!!

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  33. Rattlebridge Farm

    Mary, Halloween looks like a fun day at your house! I’m enjoying all of the brilliant details. See you at Apple Week!

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