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Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats

Holidays are just too much fun with little ones in the house.  They get the biggest kick out of the tiniest ways of celebrating…an innocence that I just adore. Halloween is one of those holidays where I think the anticipation is way more fun than the actual day.  Pumpkin patching and carving, costume picking, Halloween baking and so much more.  Here are a few ways we celebrate this super fun holiday all week long.

Egg In A Pumpkin

Total breakfast of champions around here. Both of my kids go nuts for these and I must admit, my husband and I love them too. We love to do pumpkin cookie cutters, but use whichever ones you’re feeling that day!

Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Directions:  Use a pumpkin cookie cutter to cut a hole in the center of a slice of bread.  Melt 1/2 Tablespoon of butter in a frying pan over medium high heat.  Place both pieces of bread in the butter and crack your egg in the center of the pumpkin hole.  Cook over medium high heat for one minute, flip and cook for an additional minute.  Season with salt and pepper and dig in.  Use the pumpkin cut out to sop up all of that rich, gooey yolk!  Num!

Mozzarella Spiders

Such a fun snack…my daughter begs for this one.

Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Directions:  Place a slice of fresh mozzarella on a plate.  Use 8 pretzel sticks to stick into the sides of the mozzarella for the spiders legs and place 2 blueberries on top of the mozzarella for the spiders eyes.  Creepy goodie.

Pumpkin Clementines

So simple, but it makes eating fruits and veggies so much fun for those little hands!

Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Tricks and Treats and Halloween Eats | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Directions:  Peel a clementine and slightly open it at the top.  Slice a sugar snap pea in half and place it, cut side down, into the top of the clementine.

Hook us up with your favorite ways you anticipate and celebrate Halloween in your kitchen…would love some new ideas!  xo

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