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Slimey Party Punch

Slimey Party Punch

Slimey Party Punch

Ingredients:

Organic Lemonade Mix (enough to make 2 quarts)
1/4 cup of Organic Sugar
1 teaspoon organic meringue powder
2 liters Seltzer Water
Natural Decorating Colours (made from vegetable dyes)
1 Organic Orange
1 Organic Lime
1 package Organic Raspberries
1Large Bowl
Wilton Red Decorating Gel

Instructions:

1. Drip the red decorating gel down the inside of the punch bowl
2. Combine lemonade mix with sugar and meringue powder in the punch bowl.
3. While whisking add seltzer water.
4. Add 10 drops green food coloring and 4 drops yellow food coloring.
5. Peel and slice your orange and lime in thin circles, after washing all of the fruit.
6. Add the orange, lime and raspberries for color.

Wormy Party Punch

Wormy Party Punch

Wormy Party Punch

Ingredients:

•1 gallon organic orange sherbet, softened
•1 quart organic pineapple juice, chilled
•1 liter lemon-lime soda
•1 package gummy worms

Directions:

1. Combine sherbet and pineapple juice in a punch bowl.
2. Next the soda and stir the punch until sherbet is almost dissolved.
3. Decorate bowl with gummy worms in and outside of the glass or punch bowl.

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Witch Wraps

Witch Wraps

Witch Wraps

Ingredients:

1 package croissant rolls (or homemade pastry dough)
1 block Organic cheddar cheese (or your favorite kind of cheese)
1 package Organic turkey pepperoni

Instructions:

1. Unroll all of the crescents, make sure they all croissants are flat and spaced away from each other.
2. Grease a baking sheet.
3. Cut your cheese in thin slices.
4. Place 2 pieces of turkey pepperoni on top of each slice of cheese.
4. Take the turkey and cheese and wrap it in your croissant. Start from either of the ends and roll the bottom up.  Don’t roll your croissants up all the way. Make sure the cheese and pepperoni don’t come out of the roll. Keep a little less than half of the croissant unwrapped and form it in to your hat shape. You can even use a fork or stencil to add detail to your hat.

Keep in mind you can use anything you want. Add cream cheese, ham, lox, onions, asparagus, fruit, peanut butter and chocolate. You can do whatever you want with them. Experiment. If you make this a sweet treat you can use piping to add even more decoration to the hat! Send me pictures of your Halloween Treats and I will post them!


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Spooky Spidey Pita Pizza

Spooky Spidey Pita Pizza

Spooky Spidey Pita Pizza

Ingredients:
1 pkg Organic whole wheat pitas
1/3 cup Organic tomato or pizza sauce
1 pkg Organic mozzarella string cheese
1 canOrganic large pitted black olives

Directions:

1. Heat oven to 325°F. Place pitas on a baking sheet; top with sauce. Pull cheese into thin strips; place on the pizzas in the shape of a web.

2. Bake pizza for 3 to 5 minutes or until cheese melts.

3. While the pizzas cool, cut off one end of 2 olives for spider heads. Cut remaining olives lengthwise. Use one half for body and cut the remaining pieces into strips for legs. It might be easiest to assemble the spider on the pizza or ontop of a melted piece of cheese to make sure it sticks.

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Eco-Friendly Halloween Pet Costumes

Eco-Friendly Pet Costumes

Eco-Friendly Pet Costumes

I was on the hunt for eco-friendly Halloween Pet costumes and I didn’t realize that it is next to impossible to find but as the greenie I am I did find/come up with some decent alternatives!

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This blog has dates for costume swaps in your area. You can start one in your neighborhood! Go to your local pet store, dog park or even neighbors and see if people would be interested in swapping their old dog costumes. You can even go to local schools or community centers. Fall is a great time for fairs see if they would be interested in hosting a swap! It’s a great way to get local pet owners to meet each other and even illustrate the importance of keeping their pets green!

Do-it-yourself!

If you have old clothes or fabric laying around why not make the costume you have always wanted for your pet? You can download patterns off the internet or just wing it. This can also be a group or community event. Ask people to bring old cloth, broken jewelry, pins odds and ends and everyone can swap and use what everyone brought! You can make this a tradition and collect donations year round. Another added bonus is asking people to bring donations for local shelters. Shelters always need old blankets, towels, toys and food for pets. Get your community involved and maybe you can make an impact on the retail world that is seriously lacking in this aspect of the market.

Happy Hallow-green!!

Happy Hallow-green!

Happy Hallow-green!

Halloween is almost here!! This is my absolute favorite holiday! I love decorating the house, getting dressed up, making spooky foods, the haunted houses and scary movies! I decorated on October 2nd I was so excited. While shopping for new decoration, food and costume ideas I thought of some really cool greener ideas for this Halloween.

Here are some tips to make your Halloween greener:

Arrange a community costume swap. Visit www.greenhalloween.org to find out more.

Make your own costumes with items you have around the house. Some times you don’t realize what great items you have that would be a perfect addition to your or your pets costume.

Make your own decorations! There are plenty of do-it-yourself websites that give you all the instructions you need to make your home and yard completely terrifying! You can use broken items from around the house, old sheets and blankets, old cotton from worn out toys, even items from your very own front yard.

Halloween is one of the best holidays to get creative! There are excellent Halloween recipes I have found for some super spooky!! I will be posting some great ideas all month!

If you are hosting a party you can make your own invites or use a green company Shop AmyAdele.com today! or Good Greetings LLC.

Halloween parties are super fun! Remember although doing dishes can be annoying for some buying disposables is even more annoying. Purchase cloth table cloths and reusable. If you use the right colors and items they can be good for Thanksgiving and maybe even other holidays as well as year after year. Midnight Lace Fabric Tablecloth, Halloween Wicked Witch Martini Glass,Halloween Pumpkin Platter .

Candy collection is one of the most exciting parts of Halloween for children! I know the same old plastic pumpkins are cute and reusable but why not make your own out of bags you have from home and make and activity out of it or another alternative is Eco Friendly Cloth Loot Bag.

Candy giving is as mentioned above the best part of Halloween for children. Why not make an impression on your neighborhood and give out organic candy or healthier treats. You don’t have to give out candy either! You can give out small games or trinkets sold at all grocery stores or dollar stores. YummyEarth Organic Lollipops, GoNaturally Organic Honey Gluten Free Hard Candies,Gummy Worms, Organic, 5 oz ( Multi-Pack).

Stay local! Visit local farms to pick your pumpkins, corn, apples and hay. This is an easy way to support your local commerce right before the winter comes. Local farmers especially these days need all the support they can get. Halloween offers so many local options it only makes sense to use them! Usually local farms have hay rides, haunted corn mazes and other activities that will keep your family entertained and they farms in business.

After all of your frightening fun is over remember COMPOST, COMPOST, COMPOST! When your pumpkins and gourds get all squishy and moldy put them to good use! Don’t just throw them out make good use out of them and make it full circle!