Easy To Do Witch Hats

I believe that I look good in any kind of hat. Whether it’s a plain baseball cap, cowboy hat, beret or a bonnet.

I even tried a few witch hats when we went shopping for my daughter’s and my nieces’ Halloween costumes..

And sis said they look good on me…

I don’t know if that’s her way of saying that I look like a witch…hee

It doesn’t matter because sometimes I know I really do..LOL!

Well, I actually own a few different pieces of hats which I try to pair with my clothes.

I am far from fashionable but I think I can blend in most places.

I’m still thinking about the Witch hat thing, though….along with thoughts about a Witch party for Halloween next year.{LOL}

Yeah, Halloween this year is not even over yet and we’re already thinking about a theme for next year.

How partyholic is that, huh?

So, do you think I should buy it?

Hmmnn….decisions, decisions…

Anyway, you see my Halloween mood is not yet over.

Which led me into a watching a few youtube video download of some of my favorite horror flicks along with two of my favorite series and an old movie.

And I guess I still have a couple more Halloween recipes up my sleeves…

This one is the easiest and is perfect for the busymoms because this uses ready-made ingredients.

a photo when we went shopping for Halloween costume

….. and kids love chocolate, this will surely be a hit  in their Halloween parties. You can use any color that you want for the frosting however I suggest green, violet or orange.

Easy To Do Witch Hats

Ingredients:

any flat chocolate covered cookie {I used Fibisco Choco Crunchies}
Hershey’s Kisses
Orange Gel Food Color
Vanilla Frosting {leftovers from when I made FrankenSmore’s Pops}

Directions:

  • Mix vanilla frosting with a few drops of orange gel food color and put in a piping bag. Set aside.
  • Peel off tin foil from hershey’s kisses and choco crunchies.
  • Attach Hershey’s kisses  to Choco Crunchies by putting a little vanilla frosting on the bottom each kiss.
  • With the orange-colored vanilla frosting, draw a ribbon and trace the edge of the kisses to make it look like a witch hat.

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28 Responses

  1. beautifully made 🙂  that would be best given for children doing trick or treats knocking by your door hehe

  2. awww, love the idea! soooo cute!

    appreciate much your sharing this cute witch hat recipe over at Food Friday, Peach
    happy weekend!

  3. That’s a nice idea for Halloween. Those witch hats will surely perk up kids’  Halloween parties. Happy FTF! Here’s my entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2011/10/food-trip-friday-papa-johns-pizza/

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  5. This is one easy Halloween treat moms can do for their kids! I am loving the fact that the Philippines is slowly embracing the Halloween feel, when I was a kid parang wala lang ang Halloween. 🙂

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →

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