Party Panache, Last Minute Halloween Goodies

Need some last minute goodies for some Halloween fun?

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How about some cheese pumpkins or a cheesy broom?

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Halloween sweet kebobs or a jar full of treats?

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Nothing labor intensive at this point, just fun!

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I used some cheese spread for the pumpkins,

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and shaped them into roundish pumpkin shapes

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Cut some groves with the tip of a sharp knife

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and added a piece of pecan for the stem

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Nestle them in some “potato chip hay”  Potato sticks really look better but I forgot to buy some.

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The broom looked easier that it was! My cheese kept falling apart and it is pretty hard to tie a green onion tightly around crumbly cheese.  I managed to eek out one little ole broom to impress you with.  If you want to see how it’s done by a much more patient person, check out professional looking brooms here.  I don’t know what kind of cheese they used, I tried Havarti and sharp white cheddar slices and struggled!

Sometimes I don’t trust Pinterest, just sayin… have you ever tried something that looks easy and fabulous in the photos and had a massive flop?  I have, plenty of times!  So just wanted to give you the truth about my broom experience!

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I didn’t have buckets of cute Halloween candy, we don’t get but a handful of trick or treaters and my grands aren’t allowed to have much so mostly I use candy to decorate with~ I did have a few things though so decided to make some mini treat kebobs.

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One Rolo, one candy corn salt water taffy, one Dot gummy candy and one candy corn.  I am definitely sneaking one of these to Super Boy

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A simple jar filled with candy makes a great treat too~This one is full of candy corn M&Ms.  A chalkboard label for the front and a cupcake paper lines the jar lid, and this treat is ready to travel!

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Wishing you lots of Halloween fun!

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And jars full of delicious treats!!

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15 Responses to “Party Panache, Last Minute Halloween Goodies”
  1. Ah yes, kitchen flops… I know them well! I love your candy corn plate, so fun! Everything is cute and I’d love a pumpkin and a couple crackers:@)

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  2. Emily says:

    Oh yes, had more than my share of “not so pretty” recipes in the kitchen! Like you we don’t do a lot of sweet treats but I have a few up my sleeve to share with my grandson, on the sly too! I think all of your treats look fabulous, love the skewers of treats and your great idea for “potato chip hay”. Great Halloween treats………..

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  3. Jacqueline says:

    I love all of your fun food! We are having a family Halloween dinner and I definitely will be making the pumpkins! We did the kebabs the last two years but I never thought to put chocolate on them – silly me! I will be adding your idea too! What fabulous plates! They just set the food off so well. Where did you get them?
    Happy Haunting
    Jacqueline

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  4. All of these are so cute Jenna!!
    Kenley

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  5. Love all of these fun ideas!

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  6. Mary says:

    So festive and fun for a Happy Haunting Jenna! Scooping the cheese spread for an instant pumpkin patch is a brilliant idea! Love your little skewers of candy too. I’ve seen all those pintrosity blogs and boards popping up, some of them are pretty humorous considering they changed a major ingredient and skip critical steps in a project or recipe 🙂

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  7. All of your treats look fabulous. I really like the little kabobs. I sure understand what youmean about the brooms. Many years ago I made them with fruit leather, basically fruit roll ups. It was a lot of work.

    – The Tablescaper

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  8. Dee says:

    These are soooo cute! I have to make the candy kebabs for my kids–they would love these!
    Dee 🙂

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  9. Marty@A Stroll Thru Life says:

    Such fun ideas and love the candy corn plate. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  10. Mandy Hank says:

    Fun Food! I love them- the witch broom is so cute 🙂 Thank you so much for linking up to Get Your DIY On this week with your pumpkins! I hope you’ll join us tomorrow at 7pm Est with any Burlap projects!

    Mandy @ The Hankful House Blog

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