Halloweeny top row treats:
- Frankenkiwi (or Kiwistein, if you rather!)
- witch's cauldron of spooktacular confections
- ghostly bananas
bottom row tricks:
- string cheese ghosts
- hot dog mummies
- zombie remains
These mini-sized hot dog mummies are made exactly the same way as the full sized mummy I made before, the hot dog was just cut in half to make two smaller sized versions!
Explanation of Zombie Remains: the mini mummies needed a side of
Fizzle sizzle! Boil, toil and trouble! This witch's cauldron is brewing up a real mess! Cauldron contents: trail mix (pretzels, nuts and dried fruit) topped with two organic gummy worms (for realz, I got 'em from Whole Foods!) and a chocolate eyeball. Yum!
And for the pièce de résistance! My not-at-all frightful, totally delightful Kiwistein!
Frankenkiwi was totally inspired by the Little Bunny Foo Foo goon I made awhile back. :)
To fashion a kiwi Frankenstein I just sliced a little off the sides of the kiwi to make it more square-ish, peeled most of the fuzz off (leaving just enough for Frank's hairdo). The eyes are the same icing eyes I used for the goon, but I used my food safe markers to color the whites a monsterish yellow with red squiggles for a blood-shot look. :) So easy! The mouth and bolts are both made with halloween sprinkles! The bolts are tombstone shaped sprinkles! Teehee! These little kiwi guys are so fun to make. :)
What kind of creepy foods are on your menu this Halloween? Spill your
Supplies used in the making of this spooktastic muffin tin meal: