Scare up some frightful fun! Sharon Bowers shows you how to add a ghostly thrill to Halloween parties, kids’ birthdays, and scary movie nights with more than 70 easy-to-make recipes for terrifying treats, wicked brews, and spooky savories. The irresistible ickiness of Monster Eyeballs, Swamp Creature Toes, Ghost Lollipops, Bandaged Fingers, and many more deliciously ghoulish goodies will delight partygoers of all ages. Get ready for a ghastly great time as you serve up these delectable, spine-chilling confections.
Author : Susanna Tee
ISBN : 1861089430
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 82.34 MB
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A Halloween party isn't a Halloween party without some suitably feaky food to serve up to your friends! Tricky Treats is packed with sweet and savory recipes and ideas to make your Halloween party go with a bang. Why not start by serving up some witches freaky fingers and gooey eyeball cookies followed by some slime bug jellies and haunting meringue ghosts?! On top of the 20 recipes are 24 quick and easy ideas to help make sure your party is one to remember! A lot of the recipes are ideal for making with the help of the little monsters/children in your house. Recipes include dead fly pancakes, peanut butter pumpkins, chomping monster cookies, blood shot eyes, sausage mummies, crawling spider whoopies.
Author : Editors of Martha Stewart Living
ISBN : 9780307954756
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 82.94 MB
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Martha Stewart's Favorite Crafts for Kids focuses on craft projects that children, aged three to twelve, can make with their parents. These projects are fun, yet serve a practical purpose; children can wear, decorate, and play with what they make. Filled with ideas for a range of ages, skill levels, and interests, this book lets children's creativity run wild, while creating precious memories as parents and kids learn and create as a team.
A little science, a little arts and crafts, a little math, a lot creative and a whole lot of fun! This packet is full of activities and ideas that give free reign to students' curiosity and stretch their creativity. There are opportunities to investigate, create and discover in all areas of the curriculum. Clear step-by-step instructions make the activities easy and fun for students, while the aims and objectives, extension activities and assessment tools make it a helpful resource for teachers.
Halloween in Crystal Cove, California, is a big deal, involving a spooky soiree where the Winsome Witches, a fund-raising group, gather to open up their purse strings and trade superstitions. But party magicians, fortune-tellers, and herbalists are only the beginning of this recipe for disaster… Jenna Hart has packed The Cookbook Nook chock-full of everything from ghostly texts to witchy potions in anticipation of the annual fund-raiser luncheon. But there’s one unexpected addition to the menu: murder. When the Head Priestess of the Winsome Witches is found dead under mysterious circumstances, there’s no logical answer and plenty of blame to go around. With her aunt, Vera, unable to call on her ability to foresee the future, Jenna will have to use more than just sleight of hand and a few magic tricks to conjure up the truth…
Sweet Christmas puts the holidays back into the family kitchen with 100 recipes and projects for holiday treats for parents and children to make together. The recipes are easy to make, don’t require special equipment, and are accompanied by lush color photographs. From real homemade candy (peppermint fudge, pulled ribbon candy, sugared pecans) to edible decorations for the tree (stained glass cookies, Rice Krispie snowmen, chocolate Santa mice) to handmade gifts for special people (golden caramel sauce, dark chocolate truffles, Christmas pudding bonbons), this beautiful and inspiring book even has recipes for Christmas morning: buttery pull-apart bread in a caramel glaze, sticky buns, orange-butter pancakes, and hot maple doughnuts. Praise for Sweet Christmas: “Sweet Christmas puts the holidays back in the family kitchen.” —GoodHousekeeping.com “Not just another holiday baking book.” —The Star-Ledger “Kid-friendly magical recipes for holiday treats and instructions for wonderful decorations.” —The Stir blog