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October 2001 Issue
For a Happy Halloween
by Victoria Smith
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Monster Brew

  • 8 cups cranberry juice
  • 6 cups apple cider
  • Ice cubes
Mix 8 cups of cranberry juice and 6 cups of apple cider in a punch bowl. Add ice cubes and serve.
  • Yields: 14 cups
  • Preparation Time: 10 minutes
 

 

Pumpkin Pops

  • Orange juice
  • Popsicle sticks
Freeze orange juice in ice cube containers with wooden ice cream sticks.
  • Yields: as many ice trays as you want to freeze
  • Preparation Time: depends on how long it takes your refrigerator to freeze the ice cubes
 

 

Ants on a Log

  • Celery stalks
  • Peanut butter
  • Raisins
Rinse 1 or 2 celery stalks. Cut the stalks into halves or thirds. Fill the hollow of each celery piece with peanut butter then sprinkle raisins across the peanut butter. *Yum*
  • Yields: however many celery stalks you fill
  • Preparation Time: 10 minutes
 

 

Beetle Brunch

  • Half a pear
  • Orange or peach slices
  • Apple or carrot strips
  • Raisins
Use a pear half for the beetle's body. Add orange or peach slices for wings and apple or carrot strips for antennae and legs. Use raisins and apple or carrot strips to add details, like eyes, spots, or stripes.
  • Yields: 1 serving -- make as many as you need
  • Preparation Time: 10 minutes
 

 

Centipede Surprise

  • Pretzel sticks
  • Jumbo marshmallows
Place a pretzel stick into each end of a jumbo marshmallow (use the short, thin pretzel sticks.)

Keep adding marshmallows in either direction to make your centipede as long as you like.

Use pretzel stick halves for legs.

  • Yields: depends on how many you make
  • Preparation Time: depends on how many you make
 

 

Trick or Treat Cereals

  • Cereals, hot or cold
  • Peaches
  • Pears
  • Prunes
  • Raisins
Place these combinations on your hot or cold cereal.
Peachy Pumpkins: Place a peach half on your cereal, give it raisin eyes, nose, and stem. Then add an apple slice for a mouth.
Goofy Ghost: Use a pear half and place three raisins for the eyes and mouth.
Black Cat: Use a big prune for the body and a small prune for the head, raisins for the tail and ears, and bits of apple for the face.
  • Yields: 3 servings
  • Preparation Time: next to no time
 

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