Nerdie Foodie: 25 Years Halloween Fun

Hello Curious Crowd! We are back with another Nerdie Foodie. This week we are gearing up for all things Halloween. This year is the 25th anniversary of both Hocus Pocus and The Nightmare Before Christmas. What a better way to celebrate both Halloween movies than with these fun eats and treats! Let’s go check them out!

Hocus Pocus

Spellbook Brownies

Want to put a spell on your friends and family? These brownies are adorable and mesmerizing at the same time! Thanks to The Keeper of the Cheerios, you can try your hand at creating this recipe at home! Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: The Keeper of the Cheerios)

Churros with Green Witches Brew Dip

Who knew that Safeway had nerdy recipes? I sure didn’t, but I’m happy to see that they do! These churros look delicious and you can make these at home! This churro recipe pairs with a sweet avocado dipping sauce, but I’m sure if avocados are not your thing, you can switch it up with a sauce of your choice. Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: Safeway)

Orange Hocus Pocus Fizz (Alcoholic)

Are you a pina colada kind of person? How about sparkling wine? Mix the two together (minus the slushy ice) and you’ve got yourself a Hocus Pocuz Fizz! Thanks to McCormick, you can create this delicious tropical drink at home complete with a recipe for turning your sugar black to decorate the rim of your glass. Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: McCormick)

Hocus Pocus Mocktail

We can’t forget about the nerdlings! This fun drink will surely give them a sugar buzz – in a good way. Christine (from A Sprinkle of This and That) shares with us this fun mocktail recipe that includes orange sherbet, Sprite and fun Halloween sprinkles! Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: A Sprinkle of This and That)

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Sally’s Soup

Who doesn’t love soup on a cold and chilly day? Ever tried one that has frog’s breath and worm warts? Apparently, they enhance the taste of soup. Feast of Fiction show us how to make this edible soup and to keep you nice and warm on a cold Fall day. Check out the recipe tutorial below!

 

Sally Sugar Cookies

Sally’s patched up dress can easily translate into fun and funky cookies to share with your family and friends. There are a ton of sugar cookies to look like Sally’s dress. Here is one recipe from Whisky + Sunshine. Check it out here!

(Photo Credit: Whisky + Sunshine)

Nightmare Donuts

Did someone say homemade donuts? Sign me up! The best part of these homemade donuts is that you can decorate them anyway you want to. That means you can decorate your delicious homemade donuts into Sally, Jack, Zero, and even the Oogie Boogie if you wanted to. Thanks to Disney Family this recipe comes courtesy of their editors. Check out the recipe here!

(Photo Credit: Disney Family)

Zero Marshmallows

And what a better way to give your hot chocolate drinks some pizzazz with this adorable marshmallow topper that looks like Zero? Another creative recipe from the Disney Family Editors, check out the recipe with how-to tutorial here!

(Photo Credit: Disney Family)

And there you have it Curious Crowd! Hope you enjoyed this week’s edition of Nerdie Foodie.

Stay Nerdalicious!

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