Saturday, October 20, 2012

Squished Witches

 This has to be one of my favorite Halloween traditions!
Well... it is a toss up with reading the 6 Little Ghosts.
But every year we would make Squished Witches.
And I think as a little kid the making it was for sure the best part! :)
As an adult, let me just say that Squished Witches are *delicious!*
I'm excited to continue this tradition with Devin now!

1/2 c. spider webs (powdered sugar)
2 c. frog eyes (chocolate chips)
1 can ghost blood (14 oz. sweetened condensed milk)
2 c. squished witches (creamy peanut butter)

Put the spider webs into a large cauldron. Stir in the ghost blood and say "Boo!" While croaking, add the frog eyes. Stamp your feet and add the squished witches. Then stand on one foot and stir everything together. You must repeat your name backwards while stirring. Next drop with black cat paws (teaspoonfuls) onto moon (wax) paper. Chant "Happy Halloween" three times. While shivering, chill the witches for a short time in the cold box (refrigerator). Eat the witches and you will be safe from vampires forever. Count Dracula counts 50-60 witches in the end.

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