A hearty believer that life should be filled with fun and whimsy, Sam weaves together a colorful journey through her delicious creations. Follow along with her recipe tutorials, get sneak peeks into exclusive brand photo shoots, and have a great time along the way. No judgement here, just scrumptious fun!
This post is sponsored by Mondelez and all opinions are my own.
Given the kind of year 2020 has been, I think it is safe to say that Halloween is going to look a bit different. With traditional trick or treating pretty much cancelled, I have decided to get a bit creative with my own socially distanced celebration for my kindergartener. Instead of going house to house, we are going to be having a backyard scavenger hunt proceeded by a spooky at-home party. So join me as I team up with OREO and NutterButter to pull out all the stops for a ghoulish gala that is sure to make up for any Halloween shortcomings. Who wants to party at the Witch’s Apothecary?!
My daughter just turned 5 years old and so she’s ready for the creep-factor to be dialed up a notch this season. And a Witch’s Apothecary is just the sort of party theme that is sure to set the tone. Poison bottles, bats wings, and all the ingredients to create potion serve as the perfect backdrop to a deliciously frightening dessert table. So I am transforming OREO cookies and NutterButters from my Walmart Online Pickup order, my daughter’s favorite cookie brands, into spooktacularly eerie Halloween treats to be the feature of my Witch’s Apothecary…
Captured Butterfly Medallions
A witch is only as good as her tools! And what better tool than the magical whimsy of a beautiful insect for her sinister potions?! Captured Butterfly Medallions feature OREO cookies at the base of an edible rice paper butterfly suspended in delicious mint jelly. These medallions are incredibly simple to make and yet offer up a gooey, delicious treat that even the little one’s can help create.
The combination of the OREO flavors with a dab of mint jelly is absolutely delightful! And do not be deterred by the deceptive complexity of the edible butterflies! They are easily made with an edible printer… or even more easily, ordered from your favorite online home-delivery shop.
Coagulated Dragon’s Blood
What skilled witch doesn’t have Coagulated Dragon’s Blood in her apothecary stores?! Delightfully scrumptious, and sure to get little finger’s covered in goo, these cookies are perfect for an eerie celebrations. Coagulated Dragon’s Blood feature NutterButters that are covered in green cookie icing, topped with green maraschino cherries, and then drizzled with apple-flavored gel icing. Once again, all the ingredients can be found at your local Walmart and are simple enough for the little one’s to help create.
Once again, the flavor combinations of delectable NutterButters with cherry and apple flavors make for a fabulous Halloween cookie. Plus the tactile gooeyness of eating the Coagulated Dragon’s Blood makes for a fun time… expect lots of “Ewwws!” Now all that is left to do is lay out the cookies with some spooky bottles, decor, and witch accessories…
The best thing about putting together this Witch’s Apothecary cookie table is that all the ingredients can purchased at Walmart and through their Online Pickup and Delivery. And let’s be honest, can you really have a proper Halloween celebration without OREO and NutterButter cookies?! Happy haunting! Check out creepitrealhalloween.com for more ideas!
These are some great ideas. Very creative!
The butterfly Oreos look interesting.
I love these ideas! The butterflies are adorable!
There’s a lot of work that went into these goolish treats!
We love Halloween, all the fun times. Thanks.
wow this looks like a lot of fun!
Very creative ideas!
These are so creative and easy they will impress everyone!
Very cute ideas!
I wish my kids were younger, these are some cute idea.
That table looks so good, I love it!
This is right up my daughter’s alley when it comes to decorating for Halloween. As for the edible butterflies, I love ordering different edible wafer papers online. There are so many options to get creative!
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