"What's cooking, Oma?"
I've got a Halloween party brewing, but some little ghouls can't come.
So I invited them over a few days early to spook up the place.
Since a real pumpkin head was too heavy, this spook's a light-weight with a styrofoam noggin. The ghoulies crumpled newspapers to stuff his shirt, and pieced his squishy parts together with elastics and duct tape. In no time our house was haunted and party-ready.
Now, want to stir up something spooky?
Here's a recipe that haunts me:
Ghost Cake With Glowing Eyes
Bake a cake in an oblong pan.
When cool, dump out of the pan carefully onto a tray.
Now cut off two pieces to create a rounded ghost shape.
The two extra pieces will become arms.
Use white meringue type frosting from a box to glue the arms on the sides of the cake.
Frost the cake.
Use black licorice for the mouth.
Now the spooky part:
Break an egg, dump out the insides, and place each 1/2 eggshell (open side up) for eyes.
Soak two sugar cubes in lemon extract.
Place sugar cubes in egg shells, and light them with a match.
The eyes will glow.