Quick and Easy Back-to-School Snacks For The Kids

Hello Lovely,

Kids are back to school and you’re back to your routine. Even though I'm a full-grown, college-educated adult with no kids of my own, the start of September is still back-to-school season for me, because I'm a school counsellor. All three recipes below are healthy, nutritious and most importantly, tasty enough for even the pickiest eaters. These are convenient make-ahead recipes even for the busiest parents!
 

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Beck's Crackers

Seasoning saltines using an altered method from Joanna Gaines friend Beck, makes crisp, buttery crackers that are great with creamy dips like my hummus. They're also really yummy on top of soups or salads. I like them for parties and kids school snacks because they're easy to make and can be prepared in advance. In fact, these taste better if you eat them a day or four later. And they can be so filling, they're sure to be a huge hit!

  • 2 cups vegetable oil
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 2 0.7 ounce envelopes dry Italian or Mediterranean dressing mix
  • 1 tablespoon crush red pepper flakes (leave out if you or the kiddos don't like pepper)
  • 1 tablespoon dried dill (not necessary if you use the Mediterranean mix)
  • 1 1lb box saltine crackers
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. In a large (14-16 cup) deep container, with a tight-fitting lid, combine the oil, lemon juice, dressing mix, pepper flakes and dill. Whisk to combine.
  2. Add the crackers and turn them over a few times to ensure they are fully coated. Let stand for 5 minutes, turning the crackers over twice.
  3. Place the crackers on a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake for 8-10 minutes, allow to cool then store for tomorrow's snack!
  4. To make the hummus, mix one can of chickpeas with remaining oil mixture (about 1/4 cup) and 3 tablespoons parmesan cheese in a food processor.
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Apple Cheese Wraps (serves 4 )

Do you remember eating Lunchables as a kid? I never liked them. I liked the idea behind it but it always tasted fake (not to mention my parents complained about the price). If you have kids who love Lunchables, why not save money by making it yourself? It's so easy and so much healthier because you'll know exactly what's in it. This snack covers all of the critical food groups with fibre, protein and good carbs. The best part? It's fully customisable. Add nuts or grapes or whatever else you like for added health benefits.
 

Prep Time: 2 mins

Ingredients

  • 1 apple
  • 1 slice lemon
  • 2 slices cheddar cheese, cut in half
  • 2 slices pre-sliced deli turkey or ham, cut in half

Preparation

1. Slice the apple into 1/2 inch thick slices. Rub the apple with the lemon wedge to prevent from going brown.

2. Slice the cheddar cheese into 1/2 inch wide slices and the ham in 1/2 or in 1/4 (the ham needs to be large enough to wrap around the apple). 

3. Place an apple slice and a cheese slice on top of the deli meat and fold over deli meat to wrap.

4. Serves with crackers and a dip of your choice for a satisfying on the go snack.

 

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Gluten Free Sandwich on a Stick

It's the kids' turn to pack their own lunches. Introduce them to this submarine skewer and they'll have a blast expressing their creativity and sliding on their favorite sandwich ingredients. Best of all, it's practically mess-free since the dressings will have to be on the side—no knives, squirting, or spreading required.
Prep Times:

20 minutes

Yield:

4 servings

Ingredients:

8 (6-inch) skewers
4 oz. deli sliced lemon chicken or smoked turkey breast
1 cup chopped arugula or spinach
4 oz. your favourite cheese, cut into small squares
1 cup grape tomatoes
1/2 cup small dill pickles
3/4 cup ranch dressing or deli mustard (optional)

Preparation:

1. Soak skewers in water for 30 minutes.

2 Thread skewers with chicken (or turkey) arugula, cheese, tomatoes and pickles. Serve with ranch dressing or mustard for dipping.

 

3 Healthy Winter Soup Recipes

In the wintertime, there’s a big fight going on in my appetite. Part of me wants something light to balance out recent holiday indulgences and start the year out right… but part of me wants to curl up on the couch in my sweats and eat only comfort food. Thankfully, Waitrose provides the perfect soup base for you to build and add whatever you have in your pantry or fridge.

Here are three of my all-time favourite quick and easy vegetable soup recipes that will keep you feeling full and satisfied:

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1. Chicken Carrot & Coriander Soup

A soup that takes inspiration from the not-at-all vegetarian, this recipe produces a bowl full of healthy heartiness. The depth of flavour comes from a lot of sautéed aromatics, and the chunky texture is due to big portions of chopped chicken breasts, carrots, and corn. Though it’s low in fat, this soup will keep you full all winter long. 

Ingredients

  • Waitrose Carrot & Coriander Soup Mix
  • 1 cup cooked chicken
  • 1/2 cup loose whole kernel corn
  • 1/2 cup sliced cooked carrts
  • 2 cups water, boiled

Instructions

  1. Boil water and empty packet in a soup bowl. Pour water over contents and stir to dissolve. 
  2. Add chicken, corn and carrots.
  3. Stir and enjoy!
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2. One Pot Lasagna Soup

This recipe is clean vegetarian cooking with a hint of decadence. It’s an all-veggie soup made a tiny bit indulgent and oh-so-dreamy by the addition of mozzarella cheese.  If you’d like to add a little crunch, whip up a batch of these paprika toasts to eat alongside. 

Ingredients

  • 1 white onion
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 3 large garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 tablespoons tomato paste
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 24 ounce jar pasta or marinara sauce
  • 1 can fire roasted tomatoes
  • ¼ teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1 tablespoon parsley
  • ¼ teaspoon oregano
  • ¼ teaspoon basil
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon pepper
  • ¼ teaspoon paprika - optional to taste
  • 1 teaspoon granulated sugar
  • 7 cups vegetable stock/broth
  • 13 lasagna noodles
  • 2 cups fresh spinach
  • ⅓ cup heavy cream
  • 12 ounces ricotta cheese
  • 1½ cups mozzarella cheese
  • ½ cup Parmesan cheese
  • 1 medium mozzarella ball, sliced

Instructions

  1. In a large dutch oven or pot, heat olive oil over medium heat. Toss in diced onion and sautee for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add in minced garlic and cook for another minute or two.
  2. Stir in tomato paste and flour then cook for a few minutes, stirring frequently.
  3. Add pasta sauce, diced tomatoes, red pepper flakes, parsley, basil, oregano, paprika, sugar, salt and pepper to pot then stir in vegetable broth.
  4. Bring to boil then add lasagna noodles (broken into 4ths) to pot and reduce heat back to medium then cook, stirring occasionally (about 20 minutes).
  5. Once noodles are tender, stir in fresh spinach, heavy cream, ricotta cheese, mozzarella cheese and Parmesan cheese. Cut mozzarella ball into small slices and place on top. Garnish with shredded basil. Serve with crusty bread.
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3. Classic Tomato Soup

If you have a constant craving for tomato soups, you’ll love this recipe for a thick vegetable soup that channels the zing and richness from those tomatoes.  The result is a soup that tastes like it’s been on the stove for hours when actually, it was never there in the first place! Nice. 

Ingredients

  • Waitrose Tomato & Basil Soup Mix

Instructions

  1. Boil water and empty packet in a soup bowl. Pour water over contents and stir to dissolve. 
  2. This is where you can have fun by added whatever vegetable you want. Mixed veg, spinach or onions. Don't forget the grilled cheese!

Which one of these healthy soups will you make first?

Let me know in the comments below!

Letter From Olivia: Easter Entertaining

Hello Lovely,

Where is the year going? I feel like we were justcelebrating Valentine’s Day and now we’re getting ready for Easter already! I’m definitely going to need summer to last a bit longer though. Before time runs out on us, here is what you can expect this month, from Life By Olivia.

We’re kicking off the month witha new series called, “Breakfast Week”. For the first week, we are sharing4 great new breakfast items to fuel your Spring Transformations. Then we’re looking at budget-friendly ways to give your home a facelift.

Spring is a time to come together with friends and family; it’s not too cold, it’s not too hot, so no excuses. Friends and family come home for spring break and it’s time to celebrate. So we’re offering tips and recipes for the perfect Spring soiree (including some from my own)!

We’ll help you to clean up and clear out for expected guests and offer great DIY’s for clear, glowing skin!

We’ve got live events and a new project in the works! The project won’t be revealed until May so you’ll just have to check in every day for clues and hints on what we’re up to! *HINT* There’s a major clue in the magazine!

We can’t wait to show you all of the amazing things we have planned for this month. This month’s magazine has 6 great new recipes for you, 1 cool beauty treatments that is super easy to make and use and lots more great tips and secrets.

As always, we hope that you are inspired this month to try something new in the kitchen and around your home. Thank you so much for supporting and subscribing to the Life By Olivia E Magazine.

XoX,

Friday Favourites: 5 St. Patrick's Day DIYs to Try

Hello Lovely,

For our second Friday Favourites of the month, we're sharing delicious St. Patrick's Day themed recipes and one really easy party favour for you to try. So drink, drink some more and be merry!

1. St. Patrick's Day Oreos - While I'm not much of an Oreo fan (don't shoot me), these Oreos are so cute, you've just got to try them. And don't stress if you can't find the mint Oreos, regular Oreos should work just fine.

2. St. Patrick's Day Pudding Dessert - Who doesn't like puddings and parfaits? This dessert is so easy to make even the kids can get in on the fun!

3. These balloons are great decorations for St. Patrick’s Day – they’re so easy to assemble that in a few minutes you’ll have enough decor to make a huge impact at your party. All it takes is a little air and twine!

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4. Shamrock Pretzels are a fast and easy St. Patrick's Day candy recipe. This one is perfect for kids to help with! All you need are pretzels, green candy coating, and the patience to arrange them into shamrock shapes.

5. This adult version of sherbet punch is even more fabulous <wink wink>. It’s perfect for a crowd and this recipe really puts a delicious twist on the traditional mint mojito. You can garnish yours with golden stir sticks (it is St. Patrick’s Day after all) or a few extra slices of limes and mint leaves!

16 Favourite Recipes Of 2016

Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone! 

First off, I just want to say a enormous thank you for your amazing support this year! Your responses to our delicious recipes and your enthusiasm to try them have been so rewarding! Oh my goodness, you all are the best, and your excitement and support means the world to us.  So from the bottom of our hearts — thank you.  

I’m really excited about a bunch of new recipes hitting the blog in January that are all healthy, healthy, healthy.  Because I don’t know about you, but after the holidays, I’m always ready to start the year off on a much more balanced and delicious note.  So be sure and tune back in on Monday for all new recipes you can feel great about in 2017. 

Today we're sharing our 16 favourite recipes of the year. It was so hard to pick because this year we gave you 57 new recipes! 57! That's not even including the recipe eBook we released in November for all new and existing subscribers! The list is a mixture our favourites and yours in no particular order. So what are we waiting for? Let's go! 

16 Favourite Recipes Of 2016

No-Knead Artisan Style Dutch Oven Bread  &nbsp;-&nbsp;   The bread is super crunchy on the outside, but moist and soft on the inside! I buttered it and was in heaven! Get the recipe!

No-Knead Artisan Style Dutch Oven Bread - The bread is super crunchy on the outside, but moist and soft on the inside! I buttered it and was in heaven! Get the recipe!

CALIFORNIA INSPIRED CHICKEN FLATBREAD  &nbsp;-&nbsp;  This recipe mimics a California chicken flatbread with juicy chicken, bacon, mushrooms, tomato, cilantro, and sweet yet savoury balsamic vinagrette!&nbsp;

CALIFORNIA INSPIRED CHICKEN FLATBREAD - This recipe mimics a California chicken flatbread with juicy chicken, bacon, mushrooms, tomato, cilantro, and sweet yet savoury balsamic vinagrette! 

Starbucks Copycat Eggnog Latte &nbsp;-&nbsp;  This festive, Starbucks-inspired latte is made with strong brewed espresso,&nbsp;  steamed eggnog and milk. Save yourself 5$ and make it at home – it’s delicious!!

Starbucks Copycat Eggnog Latte - This festive, Starbucks-inspired latte is made with strong brewed espresso, steamed eggnog and milk. Save yourself 5$ and make it at home – it’s delicious!!

Honey &amp; Orange Pumpkin Spice Sweet Tea &nbsp;-&nbsp;  This can be enjoyed hot or cold, but if you’re not feeling well, hot is the best way to go, and cold is great for just wanting sweet tea.

Honey & Orange Pumpkin Spice Sweet Tea - This can be enjoyed hot or cold, but if you’re not feeling well, hot is the best way to go, and cold is great for just wanting sweet tea.

Thirsty Thursdays: Strawberry Lemonade Shandy &nbsp;-&nbsp;  Tart, sweet, bubbly, light and refreshing. Strawberry Lemonade shandy just might become your new favourite summer drink.

Thirsty Thursdays: Strawberry Lemonade Shandy - Tart, sweet, bubbly, light and refreshing. Strawberry Lemonade shandy just might become your new favourite summer drink.

Christmas Cookie Cutter Pancakes &nbsp;-&nbsp;  Christmas themed pancakes make it even easier to creative a festive holiday breakfast! Are they pancakes or are they cookies? You decide!

Christmas Cookie Cutter Pancakes - Christmas themed pancakes make it even easier to creative a festive holiday breakfast! Are they pancakes or are they cookies? You decide!

TO-GO BAKED OATMEAL MUFFINS RECIPE &nbsp;-&nbsp;  These are such an awesome grab-&amp;-go breakfast.&nbsp; They are perfect to make on a Sunday and eat throughout the work week.&nbsp; Or, you could even freeze some and defrost as needed.

TO-GO BAKED OATMEAL MUFFINS RECIPE - These are such an awesome grab-&-go breakfast.  They are perfect to make on a Sunday and eat throughout the work week.  Or, you could even freeze some and defrost as needed.

Lemon-Garlic Shrimp and Grits &nbsp;- &nbsp; This dish mixes flavour-packed shrimp, lemon, mushrooms, green onion, and garlic with creamy cheese grits. It’s perfect for brunch or for dinner.

Lemon-Garlic Shrimp and Grits - This dish mixes flavour-packed shrimp, lemon, mushrooms, green onion, and garlic with creamy cheese grits. It’s perfect for brunch or for dinner.

Milk and Cookies Cake &nbsp;-&nbsp;   Rich chocolate chip layers, light, whipped cream filling loaded with crushed chocolate chip cookies…chocolate frosting, and a sweet vanilla glaze to finish things off.    Perfect, yes? How could Santa possibly resist?

Milk and Cookies Cake - 

Rich chocolate chip layers, light, whipped cream filling loaded with crushed chocolate chip cookies…chocolate frosting, and a sweet vanilla glaze to finish things off.

Perfect, yes? How could Santa possibly resist?

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cheesecake &nbsp;-&nbsp;  Amazing cheesecake for the kid in you! Delightful, creamy peanut butter cheesecake made with homemade quick raspberry jelly swirled into it and layered over the graham cracker crust.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cheesecake - Amazing cheesecake for the kid in you! Delightful, creamy peanut butter cheesecake made with homemade quick raspberry jelly swirled into it and layered over the graham cracker crust.

Pumpkin Spice Latte Ice Cream - Without an Ice Cream Machine &nbsp;-  W hat's a girl to do when Starbucks announces their return of the classic Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL), but it's way too hot to drink one? You make a PSL flavoured ice cream, duh! I needed a refreshing cool treat to enjoy that could also be comfort food (work is hard!) so I decided to make myself a pumpkin spice latte ice cream. If you don't have an ice cream machine, don't feel bad. I don't have one either and yet I still enjoy these chilly treats at home!

Pumpkin Spice Latte Ice Cream - Without an Ice Cream Machine - What's a girl to do when Starbucks announces their return of the classic Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL), but it's way too hot to drink one? You make a PSL flavoured ice cream, duh! I needed a refreshing cool treat to enjoy that could also be comfort food (work is hard!) so I decided to make myself a pumpkin spice latte ice cream. If you don't have an ice cream machine, don't feel bad. I don't have one either and yet I still enjoy these chilly treats at home!

Mini Lemon Blueberry Cheesecakes &nbsp;-&nbsp; Miniature sized cheesecakes flavoured with a hint of lemon, topped with blueberry jam, and covered with lots of fresh blueberries. A sprinkle of powdered sugar gives these cheesecakes the perfect finishing touch.&nbsp;

Mini Lemon Blueberry Cheesecakes - Miniature sized cheesecakes flavoured with a hint of lemon, topped with blueberry jam, and covered with lots of fresh blueberries. A sprinkle of powdered sugar gives these cheesecakes the perfect finishing touch. 

Cookies n Cream Brownies &nbsp;-&nbsp; A chocoholic’s dream! Fudgy brownies stuffed with Oreo chunks and even more pressed on top. You won’t miss the calories in these rich yet lightened-up treats!

Cookies n Cream Brownies - A chocoholic’s dream! Fudgy brownies stuffed with Oreo chunks and even more pressed on top. You won’t miss the calories in these rich yet lightened-up treats!

Pumpkin and Carrot Soup with Crispy Bacon and Rosemary &nbsp;-&nbsp;  Pumpkin soup. Perhaps the quintessential fall/winter food. That and casseroles.&nbsp;  But soup warms you from the inside out, like only tea does. This soup was so delicious and easy to make! Plus you'll have leftovers for at least two more meals with this recipe.&nbsp;

Pumpkin and Carrot Soup with Crispy Bacon and Rosemary - Pumpkin soup. Perhaps the quintessential fall/winter food. That and casseroles. But soup warms you from the inside out, like only tea does. This soup was so delicious and easy to make! Plus you'll have leftovers for at least two more meals with this recipe. 

Chicken and Shrimp Stuffed Shells &nbsp;-&nbsp; This recipe was sooooo good, I can't believe it took so long for me to share it with you guys! If you're looking for the perfect Valentine's Day/Anniversary/Date Night recipe, try this one and your lover will definitely be impressed!

Chicken and Shrimp Stuffed Shells - This recipe was sooooo good, I can't believe it took so long for me to share it with you guys! If you're looking for the perfect Valentine's Day/Anniversary/Date Night recipe, try this one and your lover will definitely be impressed!

Balsamic Chicken Pizza &nbsp;-&nbsp;  Allowing you to   save money  &nbsp;and bring the flavors of Italy home! So if your craving pizza tonight, run over to your local supermarket and stock up on all your favorites and make my recipe for Balsamic Chicken Pizza!

Balsamic Chicken Pizza - Allowing you to save money and bring the flavors of Italy home! So if your craving pizza tonight, run over to your local supermarket and stock up on all your favorites and make my recipe for Balsamic Chicken Pizza!

That's it! 2016 has been a doozy of a year, and I've probably gained more pounds than I feel comfortable sharing from indulging in all of these goodies over the year! Did your favourite recipe make the list? No? Well share with us your favourite recipe in the comment section below! And if it is on the list, tell us why it was your favourite! 

November in a Nutshell

Hello Lovely,

I hope each you had a fabulous Thanksgiving Day and holiday weekend. Have you started your holiday shopping yet? I’ve done a little gift shopping (and making) so far, but haven’t gotten anything yet for those extra special people in my life. Mechelle on the other hand is freaking out! Our countdown to Christmas is going to be a bit shorter this year due to travel plans. We’ll be with you until December 16, when we sign off until the New Year. Because we’ll be spending this time with family and friends, we hope you get to do the same!

With December upon us, today we thought we’d do a quick recap of November in case you missed something.

This month we began our hibernation process so to speak. We started off saying goodbye to a loved one before we both discussed our favourite TV shows to binge watch or watch reruns of. We brought in the holiday spirit when we shared our holiday wish list (two of which, I’ve already purchased for myself) my Christmas Jingles Spotify playlist and my winter mood board! We even shared our tips for how to get a head start on the holidays to avoid the last minute rush we always find ourselves in.

We took a little break after that because it was all about my new eBook, Sweets & Sips: Recipes to Impress while You Indulge. We’re giving away this book free to all subscribers so you’ve got to check that out below!

If you didn’t get your recipe book yet (seriously what are you waiting on), we shared two new pumpkin recipes with you this month. The Mini Pumpkin Spice Loaves is a great breakfast item, while the Pumpkin & Carrot Soup is meant to be a main star at the dinner table!

Of course, all of this indulging could lead to a new pound or two. Just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean you should slack off on your workout routine. We showed you how to stay in shape with minimal effort with our No Squats Butt Lifting Workout and 6 Exercises to Make Your Booty Pop. So just in case St. Nick didn’t get the memo of what you wanted for Christmas, you can easily get it yourself! (Maybe Old St. Nick will leave an extra present or two once he’s seen your hard work pay off).

With the holidays in mind, we have already started working on a few projects for Christmas that you can expect to see soon on the blog. We’ve got DIY gifts for your family and friends, Christmas recipes that’ll make your home the place to be this holiday season as well as tips and tricks for beating the winter blues! There will even be a photo shoot post coming next week!

Tomorrow is the start of a very special day for us at Life by Olivia. We’ll be giving you 16 Days of Christmas with weekday posts on the blog and weekend posts on the Facebook page to keep you inspired!

Exciting, right? We’ll see you back here tomorrow morning for all things Christmas!

The Sweets & Sips eBook is Here!

Hello Lovely,

Today I am so happy to release my new eBook! It's taken months of preparation. I had so much fun putting this together, and thinking of fun and new recipes to share with you guys! All of the sweets are brand new and never before seen, with two new drink recipes and four oldies but goodies.

This book is meant to inspire you to take ordinary desserts and make something worthy of sharing with others for bakers of all levels. You are free to substitute for all dietary needs and of course double or even triple the recipe depending on your audience size. Don’t be afraid to add your own flair too. With 12 recipes (6 sweets and 6 sips), I hope this book lights that creative spark within you. Let Life By Olivia be your VIP Pass to the latest beauty and fashion trends with quick and easy recipes that shine and satisfy. Because life could use a personal touch.

If you want your free copy, you only have three days to get it free before it goes on sale on Amazon for $2.99! So all you have to do to get your free copy is enter your email address below and we'll send it right over! That's it! But you've only got three days to do so! So as of Thursday (Thanksgiving) you'll have to get it from Amazon. Act fast! You don't want to miss out on this deal. Unless you want to buy it, I won't discourage you from doing that!

 

 

 

Halloween Party Recipes to WOW guests

Hello Lovely,

A Halloween party isn’t complete with mouth-watering and eye popping cuisine.  Eats that are tantalizing to the eyes and the taste buds.  Guests want to be spooked but also intrigued by the flavor of your food.  To capture their interest and appetite, try these recipes:

 

  • Mini brains made with a Thai flare (pork, ginger and scallions)

  • I’m a fan of cheeseballs: they’re fun to make, has endless ingredients and can be eaten with so any food items.   On this note, I believe the Pumpkin Cheeseball will be a pleasing centerpiece and go to snack. Don’t worry folks, it’s made of a variety of cheeses and is only the color of a pumpkin, not the flavor.

  • Maple Pumpkin Spice Chex mix – the aroma and flavor of pumpkin spice topped with maple flavor

  • Guests can grab and go,(or place into these fun cones/funnels) this monster munch of popcorn, candy corn and pretzels drizzled in caramel.

  • These Mummy Jalapeno Poppers are for the cheese and heat lovers!

  • Sweet n’ Spicy Popcorn Balls –Pumpkin Seeds (pepitas) and cayenne, give these popcorn balls and earthy and spicy flavor, which is accompanied with the sweetness of caramel.  Great for munching!

  • Deviled Chicken Lollipops – Honey Mustard glazed chicken drumettes are easy to eat and dip (served with hot sauce)

  • Pumpkin Pecan Bread Pudding – topped with whipped cream or ice cream, this warm treat will send warm sensations through your body (in a good way).  

  • Spider Eggs – Made with wasabi and avocado

  • Fondue anyone?  Using bananas, strawberries, marshmallows or pretzel sticks, this caramel chocolate fondue will be an easy crowd pleaser, with persons taking seconds and thirds as they stand nearby.

  • Pumpkin Cheesecake Fries – Cinnamon topped pumpkin cheesecake, fried and served with caramel sauce.  What’s there not to love?

  • Graveyard Dip – Think of a deconstructed Chicken Enchilada in both flavor and color, and this dip will be easy to create and just as easy to eat (with tombstone shaped tortillas)!

  • Brownie Bat Truffles – With truffles being one of the most highly sought out and expensive ingredients in the world, Bat Brownie Truffles can be the next best thing in flavor!

  • Cake Eyeballs – Bite these soft cake eyeballs covered in white chocolate.  You can add as much red gel icing as you’d like to make the eyeballs look more real and gruesome.

  • Roasted Pumpkin Seed Hummus delivers a smoky flavor and is an excellent pairing with Naan or pita chips

  • Ghostbusters Green Popcorn – extra slime provided by melted marshmallows

  • Bloody Good Cheesecake

  • The Blackout Chocolate Cake is decadent and intense, from top to bottom.  Guests will readily indulge in this chocolate bite, frosting and all!

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    XoX,

    Mechelle