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Halloween goodies

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  • mags50_2
    mags50_2 Posts: 381 Forumite
    Those look totally brilliant :)

    Sorry just had to say that .... I haven't any brilliant ideas ....eeeek!

    There'll be loads of good ideas come along soon from the lovely people on here :)
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  • We did those at a Hallowe'en party but it was hot dogs with almond nails and tomato ketchup blood. The kids loved them.
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  • katholicos
    katholicos Posts: 2,658 Forumite
    Hey up Mr Bad, what about something like THIS that has lots of tooth rotting sweets on it?
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  • Pink.
    Pink. Posts: 17,675 Forumite
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    Hi mrbadexample,

    Those look lovely! Your previous thread has lots of good ideas too:

    Halloween goodies

    So I'll add this thread to that one later to keep the suggestions and recipes together.

    Pink
  • Pink did you not read his wee appeal at the bottom? :D
    mardatha wrote: »
    It's what is inside your head that matters in life - not what's outside your window :D
    Every worthwhile accomplishment, big or little, has its stages of drudgery and triumph; a beginning, a struggle and a victory. - Ghandi
  • katholicos
    katholicos Posts: 2,658 Forumite
    Here's a list of other gruesome but tasty halloween treats.
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  • cooking-mama
    cooking-mama Posts: 2,069 Forumite
    Slimming World..Wk1,..STS,..Wk2,..-2LB,..Wk3,..-3.5lb,..Wk4,..-2.5,..Wk5,..-1/2lb,Wk6,..STS,..Wk7,..-1lb.
    Week 10,total weightloss is now 13.5lbs Week 11 STSweek 14(I think)..-2, total loss now 1 stone exactly
    GOT TO TARGET..1/2lb under now weigh 10st 6.5(lost 1st 3.5lbs)
  • Loulou2010
    Loulou2010 Posts: 13,245 Forumite
    we used to make green jellies with either jelly sweets(worms and bugs) or raisins in.... also had green juice.... snowballs with liquorice legs for spiders.... simple biscuits but shaped into ghosts, pumpkins, spiders etc
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  • mrbadexample
    mrbadexample Posts: 10,805 Forumite
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    Thanks all for the very quick replies! :D
    katholicos wrote: »
    Here's a list of other gruesome but tasty halloween treats.

    And katholicos, you are a star! There must be something there I can have a go at! :T
    If you lend someone a tenner and never see them again, it was probably worth it.
  • MrBadExample,

    An impassioned plea from a long-standing fan of your threads: Please post regular updates and photos of your weird and wonderful creations for us all to enjoy!!!

    PGxx
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