Foodie Friday: Happy Halloween!

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I had a couple of ideas for longer food-related post ideas for today, but then I realized that 1) It’s Halloween and

Tigers for Halloween last year
Tigers for Halloween last year

2) I am completely exhausted from our craptacular week this week (someone recently questioned whether this was a real word—believe me! He would not have done this had he lived my week this week). I will summarize by saying that at my house there is a sad little 18 month old girl with an infected split lip that hurts too much for her to eat. And Miss Abigail is really very fond of her food. It makes for sad, crabby times.

And wizards this year
And wizards this year

Anyway, I wanted to invite those of you who are creative in the kitchen to share your fun Halloween recipes with the rest of us. Do you make spiderweb cookies or tombstone cookies? Or pumpkin cupcakes? Or are you looking for a use or two for those leftover candy corn? 

To those little trick or  treaters out there—have fun tonight! I think we’re skipping the festivities tonight and having a early bedtime for tired little ones and a glass of wine, or two, for tired big ones.

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3 thoughts on “Foodie Friday: Happy Halloween!”

  1. Your twins are SOOO CUTE!!! Sorry to hear about poor Abigail’s split lip. Both my boys (16 months) caught a virus a month ago, and one started getting big blisters in his mouth and couldn’t eat without bawling, so I feel your pain!! Love reading your posts, and love looking at your pictures, post more! They are so adorable! :)

  2. Oh, I am so sorry to hear that Abigail’s lip got infected! Was that the injury from the party on Saturday? I felt so bad when I saw her crying.

  3. I have been blessed with 2 very picky eaters! One is my husband, and the other is my 15 month old daughter. I’d like to introduce more new and exciting foods, but I’m also pretty horrible in the kitchen. I work full time and HATE making 2 or 3 different meals everyday!! Do you have ANY suggestions for quick, easy, and nutritious meals for toddlers?

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