Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Fun Halloween Activities

We've been quite busy over the past few weeks doing all kinds of fun Halloween activities and I wanted to share them with you. Most of them I found in the family fun magazine, love that thing.

Painted Pumkin Eggs

Notice they are in their swim suits in the middle of October. That's St. George for ya, hence the reason we invested in that home down there. Gotta love the weather.
For this project we just used hard boiled eggs, acrylic paint, and some glitter glue. You can even use them for a little Halloween egg hunt.

Chocolate Covered Bones

What you'll need: Pretzels, mini marshmellows, and white chocolate chips.
First, stick the marshmellows on both sides of the pretzels.
Melt the chocolate chips.
Then dip the pretzels in the melted chocolate.
And let cool for a couple hours. These are SO yummy too!!!

Mummy Meatloaf

Just whip up your favorite meatloaf recipe...
Before baking the meatloaf, shape it into a mummy with folded arms and all.
After it's all cooked, then top it with strips of white american cheese soon after removing from the oven. This way the cheese will melt just slightly.
Then just add some olives for the eyes.

Scary Spaghetti Squash

It's supposed to look like bloody guts :)
First stab the squash a few times, then bake for 1 hour at 375 degrees.
Once it's done you can slice it in half, pull out the seeds, then start scraping out the insides.
Then spoon on the blood...
or spaghetti sauce if you're all out of blood.

Have a happy and safe and SCARY Halloween!!!!

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