Halloween S’mores Pops {Eggo® recipe}

Halloween is one of our all time favorite holidays, and I suspect it is has something to do with the sweet things that go directly into our mouths.   I’m not a huge candy fan, but I do love all kinds of sweet treats, so these Halloween S’mores Pops using Eggo® Waffles are right up my alley.  To make these spooky and fun Halloween S’mores pops, all you need are  Eggo® Wafflers, white and dark chocolate, marshmallow cream, sprinkles, candy embellishments, and candy pop sticks.  These little guys can be messy, but packed full of flavor and tons of fun to make!

Halloween Eggo S'mores pops

{{Scroll down to the bottom of the post for a full list of all of my Waffle Wednesday recipes.  Each Wednesday I’ve come up with a fun new way to serve up Eggo® waffles as a challenge associated with my role as a  ”Chief Waffle Officer”.}}

Halloween S’mores Pop Ingredients

halloween S'mores pops

  • Eggo® Wafflers
  • white chocolate chips (melted)
  • semi-sweet chocolate chips (melted)
  • marshmallow cream
  • sprinkles
  • candy embellishments
  • candy pop sticks

Halloween S’more Pop Directions {Step-by-Step}

The nice thing about this recipe is that you can make just a few Halloween S’mores or the whole box.  Simply adjust the amount of chocolate you use accordingly!

Halloween S'mores Pops {Eggo® recipe}

Step 1:  Toast the Eggo® Wafflers and spread with marshmallow cream.  Sandwich with other side of waffler.

Halloween S'mores Pops {Eggo® recipe}

Step 2:  Melt white chocolate in microwave in 30 second increments stirring after each time until completely melted.  (I’d start out with at least 1/2 cup of chips).  Dip half of each Eggo sandwich into the white chocolate.  Place on wax paper to cool.

Halloween S'mores Pops {Eggo® recipe}

Step 3:  Repeat step 2, but with semi sweet chocolate.   Place candy pop stick at one end of S’more pop.  Halloween S'mores Pops {Eggo® recipe}

Step 4:  Before the S’more pop is completely cool, cover with candy sprinkles and embellishments.

Halloween S'mores Pops {Eggo® recipe}

Step 4:  Then enjoy.  These are super rich so I almost guarantee you’ll only be able to eat one!

Halloween Eggo S'mores pops

Note: These Halloween S’more Pops make a super fun Halloween neighbor gift, too!

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Wordful Wednesday – Halloween 2013

Wordful Wednesday 411Wordful Wednesday is like Wordless Wednesday, except WITH words. It’s for those of us that just cannot be wordless, no matter how much we try. Add my Wordful Wednesday badge to your post (right side bar under “WW”) if you really want to make me happy, and then add your post link to the linky below. Easy peasy.

I can’t believe it’s dress up time again!  I don’t know where the time goes!  This year we had a Halloween party to go to where dressing up was mandatory for me, so I actually dressed up, and wonder of all wonders, it’s actually kinda of fun when your costume isn’t lame!  {{laughing}}

Here were are all dressed up for the pre-Halloween parties last weekend.

1950's housewife

{1950′s housewife}

rapunzel {Grace as Rapunzel with her friend Snow White}

Grace and Emma both made their costumes with their grandma.  Super fun to see their costumes to come together by their own hands!

dorothy wizard of oz

{Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz}

Hockey player

{Garrett as a Hockey Player}

viking

{Jacob as a Viking}

I wish I had had Jeff make a tutorial for this costume.  The fir came from a girls vest we bought at a thrift store and the base of the costume is a Luke Skywalker costume, also from a Thrift Store.  Jeff completely transformed pieces that we picked up and assembled this costume for about $25 including hat, shield, ax, and sword.

karate guy

{John as a karate guy}  No description needed.  {{smiling}}

Happy Halloween!  What do you have planned?

We’ve decided to only feature one awesome linker each week.    We hope this will mean that all of you will be excited about linking up and visiting our favorite.

3d ultrasound

Nothing happier than a new baby baking!  This week’s feature is the 3D ultrasound that Krystyn from Really, Are You Serious? shared with us!  Pop over and see if she’s adding another girl to her 3 lady household or if a boy is making an appearance!

Make sure to check in with my co-host Dude Mom, too!

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NO-Sew Wonder Woman Costume {DIY}

What’s better than a fabulous looking costume that looks sewn but isn’t?  Um, a no-sew costume that you can make in about 2-3 hours.  My sister made this fabulous NO-SEW Wonder Woman Costume {be still my heart} that looks like a million bucks and I couldn’t be more impressed.  Her inspiration came from this video tutorial, but was modified by using a tank top instead of a tube top, a star on the belt buckle and a longer skirt.  Some supplies you will need is a blue skirt, red tank top, gold fabric, gold vinyl, white vinyl, red felt, liquid stitch, elastic, velcro and scissors.  I guarantee this will be the hit of the super heroine crowd!

Wonder Woman Costume

Materials Needed for a No-Sew Wonder Woman Costume

Materials

  • Blue Skirt
  • Red Tank Top
  • White Vinyl, 1 yard, $2.39
  • Gold Fabric, 1 yard, $2.99
  • Red felt, 1 sheet, $.25
  • Gold vinyl, 1 sheet, $1.49 (found by sheets of felt)
  • Liquid Stitch, $5.49 (use 40% off coupon)
  • Paint Brush
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Star Template & Star Punch
  • Velcro
  • Elastic
  • Note: All fabric, felt, vinyl, liquid stitch and velcro were purchased from Hobby Lobby.  The skirt and tank top were purchased at Old Navy.

Step-by-step Directions for Making a No-Sew Wonder Woman Costume

DIY Wonder Woman Skirt

Skirt

Step 1:  Use a star paper punch for the template for the skirt.  (If you don’t have a star punch download star templates from google.)  Trace the star on the back of the gold vinyl with a pencil.  Cut them out.  Position the stars in the desired location on the skirt.  Once the stars are where you would like begin gluing them down with the liquid stitch.  A small brush works best to evenly spread the glue.

DIY Wonder Woman Belt

Belt

Step 2:  Measure child’s waist and cut vinyl to size.  (I used a 4″ width, but depending on the size of your child you could make it smaller.) Lay vinyl strip on top of gold fabric to use as a guide and cut gold fabric leaving 1-1/2″ on each side.  Fold gold fabric over vinyl and glue down.  Clothespins worked great for keeping in place.

DIY Buckle

Buckle

Cut belt buckle out of vinyl using a 5″ width and 5″ length.  Fold rectangle in half length wise and cut a 1″ slant.  Lay on top of gold fabric and cut gold fabric leaving a 1-1/2″ allowance.  Fold gold fabric over the vinyl and glue down.  Next, glue the gold belt buckle to one end of the belt.  Hold in place with clothespins until glue is semi-dry.  When glue is dry turn belt over and add (3) 4″ strips of velcro to the buckle.  For the star I used this template and traced and cut on red felt.  Glue to the front of the belt buckle.

DIY Wonder Woman Shirt

Shirt

Step 3:  Use the t-shirt as a guide to trace the neckline and arm openings on a piece of white paper.  Free hand draw the heart shaped bottom portion.  Cut template out and trace on vinyl or scrap fabric.  Lay over gold fabric and cut out leaving a 1/2″ allowance.  Fold and glue bottom “heart-shaped” portion onto vinyl or scrap fabric (depending on which you use).  Glue to tank top leaving neckline and arm opening overlapping.  Fold over neckline and arm opening over hang and glue.  Tip: after gluing I ironed gold fabric so that it lays flat.  Make sure you use a towel as a barrier in between fabric and iron.

DIY Cuffs

Cuffs

Step 4:  Measure child’s wrists and cut vinyl to size.  I used a 4″ width.  Cover vinyl in gold fabric and glue down.  When glue is dry add a strip of velcro to each end.  Use the star template, trace and cut out two more red felt stars.  Glue one star on each cuff in the center.

DIY Crown

Crown

Step 5:  Measure the front of child’s forehead to make the template for the crown.  Trace and cut crown using the vinyl.  Cover in gold fabric.  Make sure the front and back is completely covered in gold fabric or it will look messy.  You can either glue the elastic to the crown or hand sew it like I did.  Don’t forget to attach another red felt star to the center of the crown.

 No-Sew Wonder Woman Costume

 

More Halloween Crafts:

Halloween Printable Tags {free owl printables}

Halloween Printable Tags are one of my favorite things to play with during Halloween.  There’s so much candy giving, but I like to give homemade treats with printable tags.  That’s why I love these Printable Halloween Tags with adorable owls on them.  The owls are dressed up as a ghost, pirate and witch and I can’t think of anything cuter.  Seriously.  They are the perfect tag for any Halloween treat, and they’d even make a really cute banner or bunting for  Halloween Decoration, so they can do double duty!  The best part is that they are FREE!  Just print, cut and use!

Halloween printables

And, as a bonus, there’s a free Coloring Sheet for your little ones.  It’s also a fun item to give out to trick or treaters if candy isn’t your thing!

Halloween Printable Tags

Halloween printable tags

Free Printable Files!

halloween tags

Halloween Printable Tags {free owl printables} (1102) {click on link to download}

coloring page

 

Halloween Owl Coloring Page (358) {click on link to download}

 

These adorable printables were designed by Tricia Rennea.  She can design just about anything, so if you ever need printables, she’s your gal!

  • I’d recommend printing on white card stock or matte photo paper.
  • Then cut out and use to embellish Halloween gift or treat.
  • If you are making a banner or bunting, simply punch a hole in the upper corners of the tag and thread a ribbon through each hole.  So simple!

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Mummy Pizza Puffs

Wondering what to make for your kids before they head out to Trick-or-Treat?  Why not give Mummy Pizza Puffs a try?  They are light and fluffy and filled with cheese and pepperoni, the pizza toppings my kids adore.  It does take a little advance preparation, but the end results is so cute that it’s worth the effort!

mummy pizza puffs

Mummy Pizza Puff Ingredients

Mummy Pizza Puffs

  • 1 egg
  • 1 tbsp. water
  • All-purpose flour
  • 1 pkg. (17.3 ounces) Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets, thawed
  • pizza sauce
  • shredded mozzarella cheese
  • pepperoni
  • sliced olives

Directions {Step-by-Step}

Step 1:  Heat the oven to 400°F.  Beat the egg and water in a small bowl with a fork.

Mummy Pizza Puffs

Step 2:  Sprinkle the flour on the work surface.  Unfold 1 pastry sheet on the work surface.  Roll the pastry sheet into an 11-inch square.

Mummy Pizza Puffs

Step 3:  Cut into 9 (3 1/2-inch) circles.  Repeat with the remaining pastry sheet.  Reserve the pastry scraps to cut into strips for the mummy decoration.Wicked Dessert Puffs {Pepperidge Farms} Step 4:  Brush 9 pastry circles with the egg mixture.  

Mummy Pizza Puffs

Step 5: Top with sauce, cheese and pepperoni.

Mummy Pizza Puffs

Step 6: Place the remaining pastry circles over the toppings and press the edges to seal.  Crimp the edges with a fork.

Mummy Pizza Puffs

Step 7:  Roll out the remaining pastry dough and cut into thin strips with pizza cutter.

Mummy Pizza Puffs

Step 8:  Put two sliced olives on each pastry puff.  Decorate the tops of the pastries with the reserved pastry scraps. Brush the pastries with the egg mixture.  Place the pastries onto a baking sheet.  Freeze for 20 minutes.

Mummy Pizza Puffs

Step 9:  Bake for 18 minutes or until the pastries are golden brown.  Remove the pastries from the baking sheet and let cool on a wire rack for 15 minutes.  Enjoy!

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Halloween Candy Bouquet {free printable}

Halloween Candy Bouquets are not only fun to look at, they are fun to eat, too.  Halloween Candy Bouquets are the perfect Halloween Decoration and gift idea, so they do double duty!  They aren’t super inexpensive to make since you do have to buy all the candy plus a few extra supplies, but I think that the bright colors and fun non-traditional bouquet make the expense worth it.  Besides, this arrangement is edible!

Halloween Candy Bouquet

Supplies Needed for a Halloween Candy Bouquet

  • Floral Foam
  • Floral Sticks
  • Decorative sticks as background for bouquet.  {mine came from the 99 cent store.  I used 2}
  • Ribbon
  • Candy Bars
  • Hot Glue Gun and Hot Glue Sticks
  • Take Out Container Type Box to put Candy in {mine came from Michael’s for 99 cents}
  • Colored celophane

Assembling Halloween Candy Bouquet

Halloween Candy Bouquet

Step 1:  Cut Floral Foam piece to fit into conainer.  It needs to fit snuggly without any wiggle room.  It there is any movement, your bouquet will fall over.

Halloween Candy Bouquet

Step 2:  Put floral foam into container.

Halloween Candy Bouquet

Step 3:  Glue floral sticks onto the backs of candy bars.

Halloween Candy Bouquet

Step 4:  Arrange Background sticks in container, making sure your container is balanced, and then begin adding candy bars, again being careful to balance the bouquet.  Be sure to place sticks into the floral foam on an angle for the sides.

Halloween Candy Bouquet

Step 5:  Add the cellophane pieces.  I cute four 12″x12″ squares and used a floral stick to put them into the floral foam.  Just put the cellophane into areas that have “holes” and needs a little something to fill it in.  Tie on ribbon.

Halloween Candy Bouquet

Step 6:  Download and Print on Cardstock the adorable Halloween cards below.  Choose your favorite and glue to a floral stick and stick in the Halloween candy bouquet.  Now your bouquet is done and ready to display or give as a gift.

It’s it delightfully edible?

Free Printable Halloween Cards

Halloween cards

Halloween Cards (2281) {click to download}

The adorable Halloween Cards were designed by Tricia Rennea exclusively for Seven Clown Circus, and can be downloaded for free!  {{I can’t say enough about her amazing skill and she is a wonder to work with!}}

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PSST…..I didn’t design the original candy bouquet that was the inspiration for this one.  An in-life friend did and then I tweaked it by changing the base and a few other elements to make it like this.

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