Another kid friendly Halloween special!
These ghost are made of stirred custard. Stirred custards are cooked over the stove top instead of the oven.
It will take you only 5 minutes!
When stirred custard have finished cooking, they will be thick. All you have to do now, is pipe your ghosts and add cacao nibs or chocolate chips for “eyes”.
1/4 tsp salt
15 gram arrowroot flour
Cacao Nibs for eyes
Mix all ingredients together. Cook till bubbles appear. Pour custard into pipping bag. Pipe into ghostly figures. Add cacao nibs for eyes
Hi everyone! Just dropping by to post a few healthy halloween snacks before it gets too late!
U can pretty much put in any of your favourite green smoothie here. But my toddler’s favourite green smoothie always involve frozen bananas. I’ve also added cacao nibs on top of the smoothie to create a “hair-like” effect
From the photo, creating the frankenface is pretty self explanatory.
All i did was cut up some black colored paper and stick it to the top of the glass for hair and another smaller piece shaped like stitches. I adhered all the pieces (googly eyes included) with a double tape. Dont worry, they will come right out when you peel the tape out!
1 frozen banana cut into pieces
1/4 cup coconut water
a bunch of kale
Cacao nibs for “hair”
Blend all the frozen banana, coconut water and kale. Top with cacao nibs. And serve onto decorated glass!