Homemade Apple Cider
Stay warm on chilly Fall days! Pick up some apples and follow our stove top recipe for our yummy Homemade Apple Cider. Add flavored cubes from the spooky ice trays in our Spooky Celebration kit and get ready for some scary sipping!
Making this drink recipe kids will learn how to use these kitchen tools:
- vegetable peeler
- knife & cutting board
- large cooking pot
- measuring spoons & cups
They’ll pick up these kids kitchen skills:
- peeling & coring apples
- cooking at the stove
- making sauce
Need ideas to decorate your front porch? Check out our Pumpkin Carving Patterns and create some spectacularly scary pumpkins. Just click on the pattern, print it out and go for it. Have fun carving your jack-o-lanterns with any of the following great carving templates:
A ghost, toothy face, a halloween ghost and the bubbling witches cauldron make up our “Wickedly easy” patterns to carve. There’s also a black cat carving pattern, a witches hat and big bat with several friends which are a little more challenging to carve.
Then there are the “Frightfully hard” witch flying on a broomstick and the spider hanging in a web that can be done with a power carving tool and some careful pattern tracing. (*Maybe parents can do these while kids work on the simpler patterns.)
There’s only one thing that will make the homemade ravioli from your Spooky Celebration kit even tastier. Freshly made ricotta cheese!
This month’s give-away is a Deluxe DIY Cheese Kit and One-Hour Cheese book from Urban Cheesecraft. You’ll get everything you need to make Ricotta, Mozzarella, Goat Cheese, Paneer & Queso Blanco. AMAZING!
To enter, go to our Facebook page and tell us your favorite Halloween treat! Winner selected on 10/10. U.S residents only.
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