Welcome to Two Cuties in the Kitchen! This is Maddie and Chloe’s first post and they’ve been busy cooking and getting some treats ready for Halloween! The first menu item: A Spooky Fruit Plate. This is so easy to make, not to mention adorable. It’s a healthy alternative to all of those other sugary snacks, and kids still love them because they’re cute and fun to eat!
Madeline May ~Head Chef
Chloe Rae ~ Sous Chef & Food Critic
~ To make a Spooky Fruit Plate ~
For the Banana Ghosts: Peel some bananas…
Use mini chocolate chips to create the eyes and mouths (poke point of chips into bananas)
For the Clementine Pumpkins: Peel some clementines (commonly called “Cuties”) and insert little pieces of celery into the center of each to create a pumpkin “stem.”
and now you have a Spooky Fruit Plate! Perfect for a Halloween Party!
How does it taste, Chloe?
As you can see, she takes her job very seriously.
Yay! She gave it a Thumbs Up! 🙂
Enjoy, and have a Happy, Spooky Halloween!
Madeline May & Chloe Rae