Remember that Key Lime Pie Smoothie that was too thick for my tastes? Well, here’s what I did with it. I turned it into this healthy breakfast pudding a.k.a. Witch’s Brew to make it go with the season.
“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.”
Well they do look like bubbles bubbling inside a witch’s cauldron, right? I’m sure you’ll very much enjoy having this for breakfast.
And these are the grapes I used for this recipe…
I got home so tired today. We really didn’t plan going Trick or Treating because I have to be somewhere tonight. Since I’m gonna be out, sis didn’t sign-up Ykaie for the neighborhood’s Trick or Treating either. I felt bad for Ykaie because she really wants to wear a costume and go to the mall. We’ve been doing that yearly… I couldn’t say no, so we went. We even made it to Cartoon Network’s Irregular Halloween Party with a meet and greet with her favorite cartoon characters Finn and Jake of Adventure Time.
At around 4:30, I left and went to my event. Ykaie and sis watched Thor to kill time while waiting for me.
It was hell going home. Traffic was slow-moving… we were like snails going through molasses!
But at the end of the day, a happy daughter will always have a happy mommy.
This is the last Halloween recipe for this year. I hope you had a Happy Halloween!
- 2 tbsp peanutbutter
- 1 cup almond milk
- 1 cup spinach
- 2 pitted medjool dates
- Juice of 1 lime
- 2 tsp chia seeds
- 5 ice cubes (optional, if you want a thinner smoothie)
- 2 cups green grapes
- 1 tbsp peanutbutter to put in the rim of the glasses
- Put everything in a blender and blend until smooth.
- Transfer to a bowl and mix in the grapes.
- Put peanutbutter into the rims of your serving glasses.
- Pour in grapes and smoothie mixture
I got the idea from Healthful Pursuit but this is a completely different recipe since I’m using the leftover Key Lime Pie Smoothie.
What a unique smoothie concoction for Halloween. Thanks for sharing!
Your Witch’s Brew looks cool! Love the bugs on it and the skull.
Thanks what’s baking!
Quite cool and ghoulish. Hope you had a great Halloween.
We did. Hope you did too, Asha!
I don’t think I’ll be able to take this in lol. Happy halloween.
It looks so cool and yummy. I love grapes! 🙂 Happy Halloween. 🙂
That looks ultimately cool! Thanks for sharing! Wish I had the time to make that.
That looks really gross, I am imagining things but thats the point right 🙂
As usual youre so creative
Wow! I love green smoothies that looks just like that too! But the flies… oh the flies! They gross me out 😛
LOL! The flies were too much huh? Even if they were toys lang?
Very creative! And it’s pretty easy to make ha. I will try this out next year. 🙂
though it looks eew,still I want to taste it.
It looks eeww but this is really healthy 🙂
Yikes! looks yucky hehehhe. Glad it’s not real. Very artistic though.
LOL! Thank Jheylo!
You never run out of amazing ideas. As always, it is so unique. Great job. Luto ni Nanay
I agree with Len, you always have interesting and fun ideas for every occasion.
I love that the recipe is good with spinach and grapes. It looks really yummy. 🙂
It is quite delicious.
that looks interesting. I wonder if my kids will like it.:)
gross! pero I trust that your recipe is good hehehe
Never too late to appreciate super cute recipes as this! Belated Happy Halloween Peach Kitchen!!
I love grapes . Napaka cute ng recipe niyo momsh . Happy Halloween !
if you invite me mommy peach, eto ung hinding -hindi ko talaga lalapitan. it looks really gross ?
pero ang galing ng recipe mo
Very creative momshie