Happy Halloween! Did you enjoy trick or treating this evening? We had a houseful of witches and devils and princesses all hopped up on sugar and adrenaline. A quick meal and the bunch of us were out the door creeping through the neighbourhood, scaring the neighbours, and enjoying the scents, sights and sounds of Hallow’s Eve. And now that the witches, devils and princesses are enjoying their final snack of the evening, I thought I would give you our last creepy food of 2011.
Tonight’s dinner: Batwing Quesadilla’s
My daughter has been asking for these all week and I needed something quick and easy to feed the kidlets before trick or treating. My eldest was delighted! I’m just grateful the bat house was full of bats!
My daughter’s favorite, which I was told last night, I am to make EVERY Creepy Food Week. Simple black bean quesadilla’s, black olive body with a dot of sour cream for eyes. Quick and easy and not to creepy. We had some young guests for dinner last night and this was their first creepy food at Aunt Tracey’s. I want them to come back.
I hope you enjoyed our 4th Annual Creepy Food Week. I’d love to hear your thoughts about Creepy Food Week! Did you make creepy food this year?
And of course, I hope you have a super-fangtastic and creepy Halloween!