It’s the last Friday in July. It’s hot. I don’t even want to think about turning on a stove.
Some people actually dread the early weeks in Fall because they live in states where the weather is hot and humid. Being from SoCal, I understand this. So, when I came across this Halloween Avocado Toast breakfast idea from Brit + Co., I immediately thought, a fun no-bake recipe that quadruples as a snack, breakfast, lunch or dinner? This is genius!
- 4 avocados
- 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
- 2 sheets of seaweed
- black olives
- mini dill pickles
- grape tomatoes
- 1/2 red bell pepper
- 4 pieces of toast
The entire recipe instructions can be found here: https://www.brit.co/get-in-the-halloween-spirit-with-our-avocado-breakfast-recipe/
Pretty sure this qualifies as crafts project too, since kids will love making little monster faces with all the cool cut veggies.
Bonus: Brit + Co make Halloween Bento Boxes too. We might never have to cook again!
The full moon has risen and transformed the Wolfman.
Frankenstein’s monster is alive and looking for a Woman.
Dracula’s magnetic gaze will leave you entranced.
The Mummy has risen and wants his soulmate to dance.
The Invisible Man has lost his left shoe.
It was found by the Creature from the Black Lagoon.
King Kong terrorizes the Empire State Tower.
Godzilla rampages Tokyo with his atomic powers.
The Blob crashed landed from outer space.
The Living Dead will eat your face.
I grew up at the theater, watching double features.
That’s why I love all monsters, madmen, and creatures.
Universal Monsters Photo©Universal Studios
This year marks the 200 anniversary of Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein, so what better way to celebrate than with some grotesque experimenting of your own.
Okay, truth is, this recipe for Frankenstein Twinkies, courtesy of Bullock’s Buzz, is actually pretty cute, and simple! Only five ingredients are needed and no baking, which means you and your little creations will have a blast working together to bring this recipe to life.
- 1 bag of green candy melts
- Chocolate jimmies
- Candy eyes
- Black decorating icing
- Cookie sticks
You can find the whole recipe with instructions over at:
You can pacify any monster big and small with this tasty treat. Good thing too, once word gets out that you made these, the whole neighborhood will show up at your door with their (pitch)forks!
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