Tuesday, October 16, 2012


You all know that  bedrooms are on my brain right now. Yesterday I linked up a couple of projects at Cottage and Vine, and in the process got totally distracted by this gorgeous guest bedroom at Dixie Delights:

Dixie Delights
And while I was there, my distraction continued as I toured this site for a while looking at her lovely home.  

Although we're not big celebrators when it comes to Halloween, I do like to do a few fun things for the kids.  I came across these festive and easy eats while I was perusing Dixie Delights:

Spooky Worm Supper
Dixie Delights

Ghost Pizza
Dixie Delights

After searching the web for a bit, here are a few more things that would be fun to make together:

Ghost Pancakes
Gourmet Mom on the Go

My kids love deviled eggs and olives, so I suspect they would gobble these up!

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Spooky Eyeball Tacos
 Tentacle Pot Pies (could easily adapt into a spider)

Mummy Crescents are a classic...
Our Best Bites

Spooky Spider Crackers

And, my sweet teaching partner that I worked with for 4 years sent me this on my FB page-Thanks Joyce!
Hun...What's for Dinner?

I think these will be right up my kids' alley this month!  What are your favorite spooky treats?


  1. I've been lost in the gorgeousness over at Dixie Delights in the past, too! :) Those deviled eggs and pot pies are too cute!

  2. Dixie Delights does have a fabulous home!

  3. I love Amanda's style at Dixie Delights - her home is beautiful!
    So many fun ideas for Halloween. We like to make fun Halloweeny foods like these….those mummy hotdogs are a must - so easy!
    I have a super easy mummy cupcake under my recipes tab - I've made them for the kids' classes and they were a big hit :)


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