The school gave each students some coupons to be used at Wendy's. We went there to eat dinner last last weekend. My daughter had apple pecan chicken salad and I had spicy chicken Caesar salad. The men had hamburger and chicken nuggets. We ended up bringing home one bowl of salad because Rylie did not want hers. It's been a while since we last ate outside so it was fun.
Have a safe Halloween everyone. I am leaving you with some spookiest recipes for the occasion from cookingclub.com.
It's simple to get into the Halloween spirit; all you need is a bag of candy, paper ghosts, a store-bought costume. But to take your celebration to the next level, we dare you to try one of these homemade options. Choose from monster pops, creepy tacos, witches' brooms and more to make this spooky night one to remember.
Let your imagination go wild with The Ultimate Halloween Brownies, deep, chocolaty bars cut into holiday shapes, decorated and served on a stick.
TRICK OR TREAT
Witches' Brooms top pretzel rods with cookie-like brooms for a treat that's fun to make and eat. You'll get a recipe for witches' hats, too, to pair with the brooms!
Kids won't be able to resist Ghastly Goblin Grins—apple slices stuffed with cream cheese and decorated with sliced almonds—despite their better-for-you nature.
Even marshmallows like to get dressed up at Halloween. Franken Pops dip them in a green candy coating and use cookie icing to create the menacing monster's expressions.
IT'S A SCREAM!
For a quick fix before you hit the streets to trick or treat, serve up Spooky Eyeball Tacos, which rely on typical taco ingredients to make freaky faces.