Sunday, October 9, 2011

FABBY: Halloween Kids Recipe

How are you my dear freinds, I've missed you all as I'm still cleaning my dining room, which is the worsed, the living room and den, the entrance foyer too, as some of you know we painted all this area of the house and we're changing the window draperies as well, so my husband and me  decided to take adavantage and go all the way and paint the entire social area, from a pale yellow to a mother of pearl new stylish color.  This coming Tuesday they will come to intall our Hunter Douglas window treatment and it will finally be ready for a before and after post. 
Now that we're in the season for Halloween I'm posting something  my granddaughters, Victoria and Cayetana did with me last year for fun, it wasn't even Halloween, but it turned out perfect!  Take a look, I know you'll like to make it now with your kids and grandkids.
Thank you sweet ladies for your visits, I love you all.  Thank you to the lovely hostesses of the following parties I'm linking as well.   I also think it will go well with a cup of tea, hehehe...    Happy Halloween.   Love,       FABBY

Chari's Sunday Favorites at:
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Just Something I Whipped Up at:
Susan's Metamorphosis Monday at:
On The Menu Monday at:
Amaze Me Monday at:
Masterpiece Monday at:
Newbie Party at:
Tea Party and Tea Things Tuesdat at:
Marty's Table Top Tuesday at:
Tea Time Tuesday at:
Trish Tea Party Tuesday at:
Tea Cup Tuesdat:


Pegasuslegend said...

very very creative love it!

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

Wow, you and your granddaughters must have had a ball concocting this! It's looks pretty dirty damn good! LOL!

Dolores said...

Hi sweet friend, I'm looking forward to seeing the new color and your new window treatments.....I know it will be beautiful!

I'm going to pass this clever idea for Halloween on to my daughter to make with her children....very cute and will be tasty too.

Life with L said...

This looks amazing! Very creative and perfect for Halloween...
Fabby, a suggestion, I would turn off the word verification.
Enjoy your Sunday. Linda

Suzie said...

i pretty much believe that if oreos are involved it's good!!!

Aledia said...

What a sweet idea! ;) I'm sure my lil prince would just love this!! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day!!

Priscilla said...

Are you going to do this again this year with the girls?
I'm looking forward to a tour of your rooms with the new decorations. I'm sure it will be lovely.

My Cozy Casita said...

Hi Fabby so cute you and you granddaughters must have a bery good time.

Nancy said...

That concoction looks sort of gross, but I'm sure the kids would love it.r

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said...

Fabby that looks so fun,and tasty too. Thanks for sharing!~

Tanya@takesix said...

Oh cute! I bet they loved this fun treat!! Thanks for visiting Take Six!!

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Fabby...

My friend, it sounds like you and your sweet granddaughters had great fun making this halloween treat! I bet the kids just love it! sounds pretty good to me too! Hehe!

Thanks so much for sharing your recipe with us for the Sunday Favorites repost party this week! I hope that you and your family had a wonderful weekend!

Love ya,

Melanie said...

Such a great idea! I will definitely be making these with my boys! I am now a follower. I would love it if you would check my blog out too!


Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Oh I'm sure the kids just loved it:@)

kitty said...

Very fun for kids!!

Prissyville said...

Great twist on the one thats just Oreo Cookie. Yummy. Stopped by via Debbie Doo's Newbie Monday party! Thanks for sharing.

xinex said...

Awww, this is so cute, Fabby! I am jealous, I can't play with my grandkids cause they're so far away. I know you all had a blast!..Christine

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

LOL How cute~ it is creative, and I bet it is yummy, too!!!

Kelly said...

Thanks for stopping by and visiting me! I have a 10 yr old son that would probably love that cookies and gummy worms concoction! Ha! I think the cookies are supposed to be the dirt. Very cute. Thanks for sharing.

Chubby N Chieque said...

That's cool revamping the whole social area in you mansion.

BTW, did you get your package now? It's almost 2 weeks now. I x my fingers you receive them.

Happy TTT and enjoy your mid-week.

Hugs from D´Box,



LDH said...

The recipe sounds so fun for kids!

Very exciting about the painting and work you are completing in your home :)

Sherry said...

That is quite cute! I am sure they had a great time with you making this.
Thank you for linking up with Home Sweet Home!

Chubby N Chieque said...

Here in Sweden, we only post in our local post office.

Hope it'll come b4 the w/end. In fact, the parcel I sent to Melbourne, just arrived today, which I posted the same time.

I am not sure how it works in Ecuador. HOpefully it will reach your door soon, or else. Let me know, k?

HAppy mid-week, my beautiful Lady.

Cyah around, mate!


Jo said...

Hi Fabby my lovely, Jo your best friend here. I'm just so glad to see that you have finally learnt the art of good dinner party food. lol. You and your granddaughter are genius's in the culinary world. Have you considered a new career in fine dinning? ha ha....Oh but I'm just kidding wi'ya, you should have seen what I made for my daughters halloween party last year....YUK....blood punch, spicey wee punch, egg eyeballs complete with veins, bat wings (they looked so real no-one would eat them. Dead mans fingers made from cookie dough, amazing how real an almond can look as an old finger nail UGH!..and so many other delights. All topped off with green slime and compulsory worms!! I had a blast doing it so I can understand how much fun you would have had making yours.

Anyway, stop reading this and go do some won't get done by itself you know? ha ha I can't wait to see what you've done.

Jo xx thriftytablechic

Honey at 2805 said...

It must have been great fun with the granddaughters creating this concotion. How fun!

Thank you for linking to Potpourri Friday! Your participation helps to make the party better!

The Tablescaper said...

Wonderful table. So happy that you chose to join Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Brandi said...

My son loves Oreos, so this sweet treat would surely make him smile! Thanks for sharing Fabby!!!

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

you KNOW I LOVE this one!! WOW how, tasty and full of memories. PERFECT-