Around our house the treats don’t stop when the last pumpkin gets blown out. The kids know that when they are done trick-or-treating mom always has a fun dinner waiting for them and their friends.
This year the kids picked a green theme for Halloween. All of our decorations were done in green, the kids costumes were green and our entire dinner menu was green.
When I was planning the green menu, I was a little worried that the food wasn’t going to look very appetizing. I know when I think of green food the first thing that comes to mind is…… mold, and nothing turns your stomach like mold. However, I was up for the challenge!
To come up with the green menu, I first thought about all of the things related to Halloween that were green; Frankenstein, slime, goblins, witches, etc. Then I thought about how I could make those things into green food. The first thing I created were these Witch Fingers using a breadsticks recipe a little green food coloring and some almonds slice.
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The breadsticks were seasoned with garlic and Parmesan cheese and went really well with the green toadstool soup that I made. The kids got a huge kick out of it all and no one thought mold when they saw it.
Challenge met and won!
- 1 package Pillsbury pizza dough
- ¼ cupwater
- 8 drops green food coloring
- Almond slices
- ¼ stick butter, melted
- garlic salt
- Parmesan cheese
- Preheat oven to 450°.
- Unroll dough and cut into ½-inch rectanglar slices.
- In a small bowl mix water with food coloring, brush on the pizza dough. Place on baking sheet.
- Attach almond slices.
- Brush the breadsticks with butter; sprinkle with garlic salt and Parmesan cheese.
- Bake for 8-10 minutes.
Do you make anything special for Halloween?
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