Thursday, October 3, 2013

Mystery Ingredient: Creepy Halloween Fun


I accepted the offer from Rattlebridge Farm to participate in the second mystery ingredient challenge. Who knew how challenging it would be! When the mystery ingredient arrived, I paused and contemplated that I  may be sprinkle challenged. But I proceeded to my lab to see what I could come up with.

Our Mystery ingredient this month was Wilton Creepy Sprinkles Lab. My favorite sprinkle was the bones!


The Creepy Sprinkles include Bones, Black & Green Jimmies, Orange Sugar, and
Black, Green & Orange Jimmies. It wasn't until I visited one of my favorite blogs, Red Couch Recipes, that I was inspired on how to use the Creepy Sprinkles. I used a Mini Crumb Cake pan and made mini bricks. I melted milk chocolate, and drizzled it on the treat. Then added some creepy sprinkles, individually wrapped and tied with ribbon and a spider ring.


I haven't made Rice Krispie Treats in ages, and they were were well received when I shared them. 


I did a quick Halloweenish table to display the treats. Thank you to the kind folks at Rattlebridge Farm for including me in this challenge!



Thank you for stopping by! I am joining Foodie Friday at Rattlebridge Farm.
xo
Debbie
Debbie@Mountain Breaths
Debbie@Mountain Breaths

THello, I'm Debbie.I enjoy hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Adirondack Mountains (thus Mountain Breaths). I live in Upstate NY with my supportive husband and have three precious sons..

16 comments:

  1. Perfcet use for that pan..Brilliant..I have one so maybe that's why I love the idea so much..your packaging is adorable..and the spiders are a great tie:)

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  2. Debbie, You rose to the challenge. What cute sprinkles, and we love Rice Crispy treats. I love your table with all of the checks, stripes, and spiders everywhere! laurie

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  3. That's a great Halloweeny table Debbie! Your krispy treats are cute and the spider is the icing on the cake:@)

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  4. I never outgrow my love for Rice Krispie treats, Debbie. I love your pretty table and how you've packaged those yummy treats up in style. I'll bet the recipients of your sprinkled treats were thrilled with them. I know I would be! It's fun to see all the creative uses of the challenge, isn't it? xo

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  5. These are wrapped in such a cute way!! Table setting is adorable!

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  6. i gotta say i LOVE rice crispies, and you even added chocolate, my kinda dining~

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  7. Debbie, Sprinkles never looked so good and I love your Halloween RK treats packaged up in those adorable black & white containers! Perfectly paired with your MKC Courtly Check and wonderful table!

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  8. How clever! Mine was pretty predictable! Love your packaging!

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  9. Debbie, I haven't made RK treats since I retired. This is a darling idea! I still have lots of sprinkles left, so this will be on my list of treats to make. Your packaging is adorable! Of course the McK-C table is the perfect setting in my mind. I love the way you paired the purple cloth with the CC placemats. My mind is spinning as to what I can do next with my CC pieces. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. Oh, man you can never go wrong with rice crispy treats! I love these things! They look wonderful all dressed up for Halloween.
    Sherry

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  11. Wow Debbie! I love everything about your post. Rice Crispy treats have never looked better, and especially when complemented with your Mc-C. Courty Check. Brava, my friend ~ you pulled off Halloween-magic here! :) xo

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  12. I think you came up with a brilliant solution in your "lab!" They look adorable all tied up in their festive packages and the McK pieces are the perfect way to show them off!
    Jenna

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  13. That was a good idea! Your presentation is wonderful!

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  14. Rice Krispie Treats are perfect for Halloween especially when they are sprinkled with Creepy Sprinkles and tied in a pretty bow. I love your Mackenzie Childs pieces - your table is so festive.

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  15. Hi Debbie,
    I just love your table you are using some of my favorite things, Mackenzie Childs and Rice Krispie Treats! Hope you are having a great weekend and thanks for sharing.
    Miz Helen

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  16. Yummy...love Rice Krispie treats. Your table is awesome!

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