1 package - Pillsbury Hungry Jack Buttermilk Biscuits
Electric skillet or deep fryer
1. Heat 1 - 3 inches of cooking oil in electric skillet or deep fryer to 375 degrees.
2. Open package of buttermilk biscuits and separate into 10 pieces.
3. Shape each piece into the scariest ghosts ever.
4. Fry ghosts for 1 1/2 minutes on each side.
5. Drain on paper towels.
6. Roll in powdered sugar.
7. Eat quickly before they scare you!
2 c sugar 1 tsp baking soda
2 c shortening 1 tsp salt
1 (16 oz) can pumpkin 2 tsp ground cinnamon
2 eggs 1 tsp ground nutmeg
2 tsp vanilla 1/2 tsp ground allspice
4 c sifted all-purpose flour 2 c raisins
2 tsp baking powder 1 c chopped nuts
In a mixer bowl, thoroughly cream together sugar and shortening.
Add pumpkin, eggs and vanilla; beat well.
Sift together flour, baking powder, soda salt and spices.
Add to creamed mixture; mix well.
Stir in raisins and nuts.
Drop dough from rounded teaspoon onto greased cookie sheet, about 2 inches apart.
Bake in 350 degree oven for 12-15 minutes.
Remove from baking sheet to cool.
Frost with your favorite vanilla frosting, if desired.
Makes 7 dozen.
1/4 c butter or margarine 1/2 t. vanilla
1 3/4 c. powdered sugar 3T. milk
1/2 t. ground cinnamon
Cream butter until light.
Beat in remaining ingredients and beat until smooth.
Yield: 6 1/2 dozen cookies.
Trick or Treat Thank you!
Hear the siren?
See the dashing shiny red fire truck whizzing down the street?
We think, I am so sad, someone is in trouble, but there go the fire people rushing to the rescue.
They have so much courage.
We scramble to safety. They rush in.
See the police men and women, roaming around and around our neighborhoods, keeping their eagle eyes on our streets, helping to keep us safe?
We think, I am so lucky to be protected by these brave people.
Let’s give a Halloween Thank You to our Fire and/or Police…
1. First dump your Halloween stash on a table.
2. Pick out a few you like the very best. You went door to door and earned those sweets.
3. Then divide the rest into little piles to be distributed between the fire and police personnel.
4. Bag each in a little “Baggie.” Now for the very best part! Please be sure to add a little personal note and attach with some ribbon or yarn. They will LOVE that you took the time to express your appreciation for keeping you, your family, neighbors, and friends safe.
5. Don’t forget! Hand - Deliver.
It’s sooo easy and the goodness goes a long way. Have fun!
Halloween Reads for your Little Ghosts
Ghosts in the House
by Kozuna Kohara
At the edge of town lives a clever girl with a spooky problem: Her house is haunted! Luckily, she happens to be a witch and knows a little something about taking care of ghosts. She catches them, puts them in the washing machine, airs them out to dry, and gives them new lives as sofa covers, table cloths, and, of course, bed sheets to cozy up under. Fresh and charming illustrations in dynamic orange, black and white bring this resourceful heroine and these spooky ghosts to life
Leo, A Ghost Story
by Mac Barnett and
Illustrator Christian Robinson
This is such a sweet Halloween story about the timeless theme of Friendship expertly crafted by two Caldecott winners… Leo is a friendly ghost who wears a bow tie and just wants to make tea and be friendly with everyone, but the family who moves into his house is afraid of him. The little boy hides in the bathroom.
Leo decides to leave the house and see the world. That is when he meets Jane and their endearing friendship begins.
How To Make Friends With A Ghost
by Rebecca Green
Your Little One will love this beautifully illustrated book that is written as an actual guide filled with such endearing tips as providing ghost friendly snacks such as mud tarts and earwax truffles! And don’t forget to read to your ghost, ghost stories, of course. Follow the guide and your young one will know just what to do to make a ghost a friend for life.