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Just Not Martha Halloween Recipe Book

Just Not Martha Halloween Recipe Book

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Published by Loretta Oliver
A collection of fun and easy Halloween recipes. More can be found at http://halloween-recipes.justnotmartha.com
A collection of fun and easy Halloween recipes. More can be found at http://halloween-recipes.justnotmartha.com

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Published by: Loretta Oliver on Oct 14, 2010
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1. Bobbing for Candied Apples2. Chili in a Jack3. Eewy Gooey Eyeballs4. Fiesta Lasagna5. Giant Warts6. Halloween Party Punch7. It's the Great Pumpkin Pull Apart Cake8. Spoooky Party Mix9. Peck of Pickled Pumpkin10. Pumpkin Soup11. Rocky Horror Picture Show HalloweenSquares12. Stuffed Mini Pumpkins13. Sweet Potato Filled Oranges14. Vampires Be Gone Spaghetti15. Webtacular Cheesecake16. After Trick-or-Treating Pumpkin Bars17. Cider Cheese Party Fondue18. Scrambled Brains19. Fruity Ghosts on a Stick20. Ginger Ghouls21. Boolicious Trick or Treat Smoothies22. Halloween Poke Cake23. Munchy Mummy Appetizer Dip24. Party Parfaits25. Pumpkin Sloppy Joes26. Roasted Pumpkin Seeds27. Sausage and Cabbage Dish Dinner28.
Sweet and Salty Pirate Caramel Apples
29. Vampire Bat Stew30. Walking Into Spider Webs Brownies31. Graveyard Cupcakes32. Goblin Snacks33. Cranberry Pumpkin Bread34. Witches Hats35.
Chicken w/ Black, Orange & Green Salsa
Just Not Martha Recommended Bits & Bobbles are at the end of the recipe book!
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Halloween Recipes
Okay, so we're not really bobbing for them because that would be sticky andmessy.
2 Cup granulated sugar
2 Cup corn syrup
1/3 Cup cinnamon candy
1 Cup water
3/4 Tsp. cinnamon
1/2 Tsp. vanilla
1/4 Tsp. cloves
3/4 Tsp. red food coloring
of your favorite type of apple, roughly medium in size
wooden skewers, these are often found in the produce dept this time ofyear for this reason
cookie sheet sprayed with no stick cooking spray or a long sheet of waxedpaperFirst thing you want to do is as you usually would remove the apple stems andwash them up. Grab a skewer and stab it right into the middle of the apple, andrepeat for each apple. Be careful not to poke out the other side of the applethough.In a small or medium sized saucepan combine sugar, corn syrup, cinnamoncandies, and water. Stir, stir, and keep stirring until everything is dissolved.Then stir some more to make sure it's all dissolved. Medium heat here, you don'twant it to boil at this point because that will just make a mess.Once you've got it all dissolved add cinnamon, vanilla, cloves, and food coloringto the mix. Now we want that boil, and a 300 degree temperature on the candythermometer.Dip your apples into your candy coating and be sure to coat them well. Placethem skewer pointing up on the waxed paper or cookie sheet and allow them toharden. Make sure you let them cool completely to room temperature beforeeating! They will be hot for sometime and no one wants a burnt mouth onHalloween.
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