This recipe is so easy! It takes 5 ingredients and about 15 minutes to put together. The hard part is waiting the hour to chill these before eating them. It’s the perfect treat for any gathering this autumn, from Halloween to Thanksgiving!
I hate the mess of carving, but I love the tradition and love seeing what my kids come up with. Usually by the end of it all I’m too lazy to want to fuss with the seeds and I just throw them out. I never really loved pumpkin seeds, but thought it was only fair to roast some up for my kids and let them try them.
One of my favorite Halloween Time treats is the Mickey Mummy Crispy Treats. They are a seasonal treat offered during Halloween Time and can be found at the Candy Palace in Disneyland. Luckily, you can make a batch right at home with this copycat recipe, even if you aren’t planning on attending the frightful fun.
I’m a huge Harry Potter nerd year round, but during Fall, my passion for all things Potter is magnified. (Because, hello, wizards and witches and magic.) I’ve encouraged my kids to love all things Potter, and have sewn them Hogwarts robes, and made wizarding wands, which actually they (okay, we) play with all year long. See how we made our own wizard wands in today’s post!
This free printable Halloween coloring page will give your kids the creepy crawlys and have them super excited for Halloween. Hey there! It’s Liz. You may have noticed that I am a fan of free printables. I love designing and creating them. I especially love when I can turn my doodles and hand lettered art…
These adorable Minnie Mouse ears are sure to dress up your Halloween look with a bit of Disney magic. The best part is, you don’t have to sew a single stitch. This costume accessory is so easy you’ll scream with excitement!
I am excited to help you countdown to the spookiest time of year at Disneyland – Halloween Time! If you are traveling during one of the most fun times at the Happiest Place on Earth, I have the best way to make the wait fun. This Disney Halloween Countdown Chain is so easy it is scary! Get ready for the perfect way to countdown to your not-so-spooky Disneyland vacation.
Fall is definitely my favorite season. A big part of why it’s my favorite are all the flavors of fall. My mouth starts watering right around when Labor Day comes to an end and doesn’t stop for months! If you share my passion for fall flavors, you’ll LOVE these non-alcoholic fall drinks. They are like autumn in a cup! Enjoy!
These jack-o’-lantern stuffed peppers are so easy and would make the most fun dinner for Halloween night or a Halloween party. If you have kids that are old enough, they could even carve a face onto their own pepper! We’re always looking for ways to get our kids involved in the kitchen because they are always more anxious to eat something they helped to create. This is a great recipe to get them involved.
I’m scared… and I don’t scare easy. This October is quickly becoming one of the most terrifying months of all time. If the events in the following list don’t frighten the trousers right off of you, then I suggest you may want to have your pulse checked. Dan’s Top 7 Reasons Why This Is the…
I’ve been perusing through Etsy and, let me tell you, their baby and toddler costumes will make you feel warm fuzzies all over! They are so stinking cute! I’ve picked out some of my favorites for this post. Buy them or craft them now or a half hour before, but have a HAPPY HALLOWEEN! 😉
Get the kids in the kitchen to help make this fun Halloween treat. These OREO bat treats take 3 ingredients and 5 minutes to put together. Hi there! It’s Liz from Liz on Call and I’m excited to share with you this fun and easy Halloween treat to make with the kids.