I thought I’d kick off #PumpkinWeek2016 with a bang this year and share with you this Adorable Turkey Crust Pumpkin Pie. The key to assembling the turkey crust so he doesn’t drown in all that luscious pumpkin filling is to bake the pumpkin pie partially before adding Mr. Tom Turkey on top. That way the custard pie will be set enough so that the turkey crust will sit on top of the pie, and won’t be eaten up and fall to the bottom of the pie.
From spooky to cute, sweet to savory, today’s Colossal Halloween Recipes Roundup has everything you’ll need to celebrate Halloween with your little (and big) goblins alike with great taste and fun foods!
The day I came up with this recipe for pesto spaghetti squash was the day I first spotted the little pie pumpkins in the produce section of the store. I stood there for a moment pondering how I could use one of the pumpkins along with some spaghetti squash which was one section over.
The idea hit quickly. Kind of like nausea itself. But, trust me when I tell you queasy never tasted so good!
I’m here to show you just how easy this Rustic Pilgrim Pumpkin Pie is to make. If you’ve never roasted a pumpkin in order to make a pumpkin pie, you’re missing out on part of the fun. If you’ve never served your pumpkin pie in an actual pumpkin (as the pilgrims did), then we need to get busy baking!
This festive fall recipe of Sauteed Autumn Vegetables will make an amazing side dish to grace your Thanksgiving table, or by leaving the bacon out, you can serve this as a healthy vegetarian main course if that’s the option you’re searching for. However you serve it, I know you’re going to love all these colors, and flavors of fall.
Welcome to the fifth day, and my last day participating in #HalloweenTreatsWeek. I’m really so glad I took part in this fun event with our wonderful sponsors, but I must admit for me posting 5 recipes with 5 videos in a one week period leaves me feeling a little BATTY! LOL
Eye would be remiss if eye didn’t share with you just how easy it is to make these Homemade Royal Icing Eyeballs. After all, you can’t have a spooky Halloween treat (in my opinion) without some glaring eyeballs watching your every move!
Of course, you can always purchase candy eyeballs at the store, but those only come in one size and shape, as if one size really fits all. Ha! By making your own candy eyeballs, you can tailor them to your specific needs and vision.
If hindsight really is 20/20, then I’m here to help you envision what’s possible!
The impact this Spooky Swiss Meringue Skull will have when you set him out on the table will be one […]
With a few simple steps and ingredients (plus a little time in the cryogenic pod; aka home freezer) these frozen Halloween treats will come to life right before your very eyes! *insert evil laughter here*
Boo Berry Pie is a delicious mixed berry pie with orange zest and orange juice to kick up the flavor. To make things simple I’ve used a store bought deep dish pie crust and also a flat-rolled refrigerated crust for the easy cut out shapes.
If it looks scary or intimidating to make, I hope you’ll stick with me because I’ll walk you through the entire process of just how simple it is to recreate.