Last year we celebrated Halloween in Florida, although a lot of fun, I was excited about celebrating it this year at home with our friends.

Two weeks before Halloween, we attended the annual mommy group Halloween photo shoot.

1381306_534600909959119_1003176831_nUnfortunately many mamas could not attend :(

IMG_1591IMG_1569A week before Halloween, we had friends over for a Halloween play date.

DSC00294The day of Halloween Sarah dressed up in her costume once again for our Halloween class party.

IMG_1844For the 4th and final time, Sarah and her friends dressed up for a Halloween party at our place.

IMG_1969 IMG_1981I once again turned to Pinterest for some fun and spooky treats for our Halloween party.

IMG_1931IMG_1914My menu consisted of 9 dishes/recipes.

To start the night off I made two drinks. One drink was a simple mixture of cranberry juice and ginger-ale. To make it spooky I placed water in a brain mold, added “worms” and put it in the freezer overnight.

IMG_1924My second drink was called Pina-Goulada. It consisted of pineapple juice, coconut water and white rum.

IMG_1928The food included; Graveyard Dip, Baked Mac & Cheese, Witches Hair Casserole, Monster Eyes (I had a ton of things left over from the play date that i made a bunch more), Cantaloupe and Blackberry Fruit Skewers, Jack-o-Lantern Tangerines, and Ghost String Cheese.

IMG_1920IMG_1908IMG_1913To complete the table my friends Sarah brought a scrumptious salad and a delicious soup to share. Nicole brought yummy caramel apple cookies!

I once again made homemade Pumpkin Spice play-doh for the kids to take home.

IMG_1921After about an hour and a half we decided to call it quits as it was getting really cold (55 degrees) and too dark for our not yet 3 years olds.

It was one of the best Halloween’s yet!
Hope you had a fun & safe Halloween!

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