Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Can you eat a donut without using your hands?

This year, our friends got together and had a Halloweenie Party. We had hot dogs (hence the name “halloweenie”), chili, and lots of yummy chips, snacks, cake and candy. In addition to bringing food, each family was to bring a game to the party.


So for food…Jace was responisble for the chili. He really loves to cook, so he made a homemade chili, and I thought it was yummy. (I don’t love chili or hotdogs, so I’m not the best judge, but I liked it a lot! He’s an amazing cook!!).


Cohen and I made spider oreos…






These are super easy!!


Spider Oreos:



Pretzel Sticks

Chocolate Frosting

M&M Candies

I did not get the double stuffed oreos, so we had to open them to put the pretzels in them. So step 1: Open oreo, break 4 pretzel sticks in half, place on the white filling in the oreo, put a small bit of chocolate frosting (as glue to hold the oreo together), close oreo. Put a small bit of chocolate frosting on top and 2 M&M candies for eyes.


And white chocolate popcorn…




Halloween Popcorn


Popcorn (2 bags)

Almond Bark

Recees Candies

Candy Corn

Halloween colored sprinkles

Pop the popcorn according to package directions. Melt almond bark according to package directions. In a large bowl, combine popcorn, recees, and candy corn. Pour almond bark on top, stir well. Add sprinkles. Stir again. Put popcorn mixture on a sheet of wax paper to harden (I left mine about 30 min). Break popcorn apart into bite size pieces and place in bowl. Enjoy!


Ready for the party!




Now for our game!


I searched pinterest for something really cute, and I found this blog about donuts in a tree. I decided to give it a try.



So here is our attempt at the game “Donuts in a Tree.”








I love this picture!! I’m pretty sure Lyons is yelling “don’t use your hands!”




Here are a few pictures of all the families that joined us.


The Safley Family (plus a Goldman)



The winners for longest drive home…The Pourciau Family. Super excited they joined us.



Our hosts for the evening…the Millet Family!




Best costume goes to Michelle and her Snuggie!! Love it! The Courville Family!



And last but certainly not least, the Raney Family!



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