Thursday, November 5, 2009

Deadly Desserts

Tim and Kelsey had an Appetizer/Dessert contest at their halloween party this year. Betty crocker and i made Spooky Brownies! Spiders, Frankensteins and Ghosts.

i think they are more "cutesy" than "spooky" but thats okay..and they would have been better if i hadnt put them in the pan so close together and THEN tried to draw their detailed 1:ooam the morning of. whoops.

Mr. Anthony did a wooonderful job on his Spider Web Seven Layer Dip. it was a big hit and won the appetizer contest! tim and kels gave us a gift card to macaroni grill/chilis/maggianos.

Daddy made icky looking Stuffed Cockroaches. yuuuck. but actually they were probably my favourite desserts there..if you pulled out the antennae, walked away and cleared you mind for a bit before popping them in your mouth, they were faaabulous. cream cheese and walnuts inside.


Mandy said...

I seriously don't think I could have eaten your dad's dessert, yuck! But I bet they did taste good...

dana said...

Thanks for the totally sweet comment on MADE. You can blog stalk me :)! You and your husband are adorable. And...I'm assuming those are your kids? The ones from the beach pics? Well either way they're stinkin cute!
Nice to meet another Austin-er. We're north of Austin in Georgetown. But I'll be doing a small craftshow tomorrow night (Wed) down in your area if you're looking for some cute crafty things. It's at:
Vintner's Celler
7010 W Highway 71 # 300
Austin, TX 78735-8331
(512) 394-0600
near the "Y" in Oak Hill.

Thanks for stopping by MADE and have a great night!

Georgina Walker said...

soooooo awesome
i have a high school senior who was looking for something unique for halloween treats for her clique...we found 'em. the roaches will be a knock-out!!!!!

Teresa Calvio said...

May I have the recipe for the "plate of roaches"?

Janer 1969 said...

Jess, love all your great ideas. Could you tell me what you use for the antennae on the stuffed roaches? I am having a BIG party on Halloween and I think the roaches would be a big hit!

Thanks, Jane