Hello Nerdie Foodies! This week we have been celebrating all things Disney! October 16th is the anniversary of the creation of Disney thanks to Mr. Walt and his brother Roy. But since we are doing Halloween, let’s celebrate in style where you can have your very own Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party! Let’s go!
What Evil Queen is without her stash of poison apples? If you’ve run out or are wanting to try a new recipe, Nate from Wanna Bite shares with us his version. Check out the recipe for these glamourous poison apples here!
How can one spend so much time and energy making poison apples without something refreshing and thirst quenching? This lovely cocktail is one for the adults! Laci, from Sequins in the South shares with us her mixology recipe for a Queen of Hearts cocktail here!
Nerdy Nummies creative mind, Ro, show us how to make our very own Maleficent candy apples, just like the ones found at Disneyland! Check out the video below!
If you’re not into candy apples, fear not! These two adorable sisters, Charli and Ash, from Charli’s Crafty Kitchen show us how to make Maleficent cupcakes! Definitely a kid-friendly cupcake decorating party. Check out the video below!
And of course, for all you adults out there whom are in need of a drink after all the sugary treats? Maren Swanson, from Makin’ it with Maren, shows us how to make a Maleficent drink! For a kid-friendly version, you can leave out the alcohol and just keep the coconut juice, blueberry preserves, and the orange juice. You might just have to add more juice to make up for the volume in place of the alcohol. Check out the recipe below!
The Nightmare Before Christmas
But if you really want to increase the creepy factor, check out this next recipe that’s also from Disney Family – WORMS! And not just the candy fake stuff, these look like the real deal and you can fool just about anyone (except yourself)! Check out the recipe here!
The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
Of course, one must also have something on the table for those snackers in the family. What better than a bowl of trail mix inspired by the classic Legend of Sleepy Hollow? Beth from Capturing Magic, shares with us her inspired recipe here!
Disney Family also show us how to make Mickey Mouse mummies from cupcakes! Check out the recipe here! Seriously, they look super adorable!
You also can’t miss out on these adorable cookies that look like Mickey Mouse’s Witch (and Wizard) hats with ears! Ashley, from Frugal Coupon Living, shares with us her recipe on how to create these delightful hat cookies! Check out the recipe here!
And finally, you can’t have your own Mickey’s Not-So-Scary-Halloween party without some Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween cupcakes. Darla, from Bakingdom, shows us how to make our very own Mickey Mouse hat cupcakes just in time for Halloween! Check out the recipe here! Minnie Mouse just might even come out to the party as well …. shhhh!
Happy birthday Disney!
‘Til next time,