Seeing as this is the last Friday before Halloween I thought it was only appropriate to bring you a few great Halloween recipes from across the web. As usual, I am bringing you a breakfast recipe, a meal and a couple of desserts to inspire you in your weekend cooking. And, I think you are really going to like these!
For breakfast I found a great recipe for carrot muffins with maple butter over at Kate From Scratch. Her blog is full of inspired recipes and this is a good one. You have to see the pictures because she even shaped the butter into little pumpkins. Your kids will love to wake up to this Halloween morning.
At A Muse In My Kitchen I found a recipe for southwest pumpkin soup. Seeing as I am from Texas this recipe made my mouth water. The recipe looks so easy to put together put with the cumin and dark brown sugar it is full of flavor. This would be a great addition to your Halloween party. I would serve it in Halloween Little Dixie cups so people could carry it around and eat it.
If you haven’t heard of Bakerella you are really missing out. There is a good chance you have seen her cookbooks in stores. She makes all sorts of cake pops and sweet treats. Her blog today is full of Halloween ideas. She even has an entire tutorial devoted to Halloween sprinkles! My favorite is her Halloween cake pops, some even look like eyeballs! Visit her site once and you’ll come back for more.
And finally is a cake perfect for Halloween from Created By Diane. On the outside it looks like a chocolate cake but once you cut into it you get a colorful surprise fit for Halloween. You really have to see it to get the full effect. I’ve never seen a prettier inside of a cake! I think this is even a recipe that can be recreated for other holidays as well. Such a cute idea!
Well there ya go! Great ideas to keep you busy this weekend. I wish I could share the pictures with you (copyright prevents me from reposting other’s pictures). You’ll just have to click over to see how cool these ideas really are. I hope you have a very happy Halloween and safe trick-or-treating!