So I hosted Book Club this month. I was nervous about getting the house together but I didn't want to miss out on the opportunity to be able to do all these awesome Halloween treats. I love Halloween and it's stupid to just do it for Mike and I so I knew this was the month I wanted to host.
And now...you reap the benefits because I'm going to show you all these totally awesome Halloween treats so you can make them, too!!
3 tbsp. mustard
1/3 cup mayo
2 tsp. vinegar
sprinkle of sugar
salt and pepper to taste
green food coloring
red food coloring
*Please don't go by my measurements, go by your taste buds. I don't measure anything.*
Hard boil eggs. Peel, and then cut in half and put yolk in separate bowl.
Mix yolk, mayo, mustard, vinegar, sugar, and salt and pepper. Mix and add as needed. Add green food coloring to desired color. Fill eggs with yolk mixture. Use red food coloring and a toothpick or a knife tip to draw on veins. Top with candy eyeballs.
And the other recipe for today...
(gotta keep you guessing for next week!! Another Halloween theme!!)
1 pkg. Little Smokies
1 pkg. crescent rolls
Preheat oven to 375º. Unroll crescent rolls. Using a pizza cutter, cut thin strips off the crescent rolls. Roll strips around Lil Smokies randomly. Bake for approximately 15 mins.
*If you want to make them more realistic, use ketchup or sliced almonds to make "fingernails". *
Oh! And for those of you that didn't see, here's the new tat. I know I said I would post about it yesterday but truthfully, I was busy as 'ish so....
I wanted something that symbolized that those who have passed are still in my heart. To me, this means infinite love. Love beyond whatever the afterlife might bring us.