Posts Tagged: Halloween
Halloween is an egg-cellent time to get crafty. Our Halloween egg carton treat holders are fun and easy to assemble. Best of all, your little trick-or-treater will absolutely love them! What you’ll need: An empty Safest Choice™ egg carton Acrylic paint (black, white, green, red) Paint brushes Googly eyes Hot glue gun + glue sticks Scissors Assorted ribbon Permanent marker Candy How to Build Our Egg Carton Treat Holders Cut individual egg cups from carton. Use two cups for each treat holder. Dracula Treat Holder Paint one egg cup green—Dracula’s head. Paint other egg cup black—Dracula’s cape. Set aside and let dry. Use black paint to add hair to Dracula’s head. Set aside and let dry. Paint a red triangle down the center of Dracula’s Read More >
Happy Halloween! Tonight the spirits get spooky as I try the Food Network's Candy Corn Cordials, with some slight variations. I found blood red orange candy corn to make it extra gory. And, I used Safest Choice pasteurized eggs to eliminate the apprehension of using a raw egg white. The drink ending up being pretty sweet, so don't worry if you can't infuse your vodka for the full 3 hours. Also, while the blood orange candy corn tasted great, it turned the drink more of a pink-orange than the festive color I was hoping for. Cheers to a spooky and safe Halloween everyone! Candy Corn Cordials (from foodnetwork.com) Ingredients For the infused vodka: 1/2 cup candy corn 1 1/2 cups vodka For the cordials: Read More >
No Halloween party menu can be complete without including some devilishly deviled eggs. After all, nothing gets you into the Halloween spirit like eating an "eyeball" or "spiderweb." Don't be sacred by the recipes or methods, you can't really mess them up, and most of the ingredients may already be in your fridge and pantry. Below are some of our favorites, but doing a quick Web search will produce many more options. Enjoy at your own risk, muahaha.
With Halloween less than a week away everyone's plans and preparations are under way. This time of year is about scary costumes, spooky parties, tricks and yummy treats. However, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that “these events are also opportunities to provide nutritious snacks, get physical activity, and focus on safety.�? Safest Choice agrees and has compiled here some of the best advice from trusted sources. The CDC provided a number of tips by creating an acronym (or is it an initialism) for S.A.F.E H.A.L.L.O.W.E.E.N. Each letter is the beginning of a suggestion to help make the festivities fun and safe for trick-or-treaters and party guests. For example, the 'S' in safe stands for: Swords, knives, and similar costume accessories should be short, soft, Read More >