Halloween Baking this Half Term

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Halloween

The school half term holiday has fallen ‘wrong’ for us this year. We’re off now, but a lot of schools are off next week – the week of Halloween. The community where we live go ‘all out’ at Halloween – 1200 houses and a good 90% will be decorated with 100s of children out trick or treating with their parents. Even the parents are dressed up! It’s a community event that we all look forward to. This year won’t be as good as usual, as the children are back in school so Halloween is a school night … and I’m not around to take part ūüôĀ (I’m on a cruise trip, so it’s not all bad). I will miss the Halloween baking though. Three years ago, we converted our driveway into a Creepy Halloween Pop-Up Cafe to raise money for Macmillan. We raised over ¬£400. I made lots of cupcakes – as in the photo above – using printed icing discs, and scary cupcake case surrounds (online from China). Simple, but effective.

So what Halloween baking have our bloggers been up to? Let’s take a look …

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Camilla, FabFood4All

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Lauren, Dilan and Me

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Nathalie, Intolerant Gourmand

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Emma, Mrs Pinch

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Louise, A Strong Coffee

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Claire, Foodie Quine

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Jenny, Apply To Face Blog

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Cheryl, Time To Craft

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Mandy, Sneaky Veg

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Cass, Frugal Family

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Toni, This Mama

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Ruth, Craft with Cartwright

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Are you planning on some Halloween baking? We’d love to see what you make!

 

 

 

 

Tracey is the Contributing Editor for Tots100 and Trips100. She also blogs at PackThePJs. Tracey writes mainly about family travel; from days out to road trips with her pet dogs, to cruises and long-haul tropical destinations. Her family consists of her husband Huw, a science and technology writer, Millie-Mae (13), Toby (11) and Izzy and Jack the spaniels.

Discussion1 Comment

  1. Hi Tracey, those are such brilliant ideas. I could never come up with great Halloween treats. Anyway, now that Halloween is gone, I am going to bookmark it for next year. Thanks!

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