HALLOWEEN RECIPE CONTEST ~ HALLOWEEN HAL 2015 CONTEST #5

Peep-Chicken

Crowing
7 Years
Jun 10, 2013
6,397
450
326
Michigan
Deviled Chicken Eyes
You need:
Eggs
Salt
Vinegar(optional)
Mustard
Mayo
Food coloring
A tortilla or olives, anything small and dark that's edible
Toothpick

Boil your eggs!
I use bantam eggs, I always have issues with large eggs. I cook the small eggs in the water for about 10 minutes. I put in a little vinegar and salt while they boil, it makes peeling easier and the salt helps eggs with cracks not leak. When the eggs are fine boiling, I run them under cold water.

The inside:
You will want to peel your eggs and cut them in half. Put the yolks in a separate bag. Once all the yolks are separate, add your mustard and mayo. This is totally personal preference! I put about 2 tablespoons each per 6 eggs or so. I also may sprinkle salt and pepper on it. When done, squish it all together!

The eyes:
Cut a small hole in the bag so you can squeeze the yolk mix into the whites. You can dye the yolks to make them more orange too. I even it so it looks like eyes and clean the white up some.

Details:
Put our tortilla or olive or whatever you choose for the pupil in the center. Get a toothpick, and with red food dye, trace veins in the white.


There you have it!
 

Peep-Chicken

Crowing
7 Years
Jun 10, 2013
6,397
450
326
Michigan
Dirt Halloween Cupakes-




These took time to do till o got the hang of it. :lol:

What you need:
Cupcake mix
Chocolate frosting
Oreos
Gummy worms
Optional- food dye and toothpick

Get some chocolate cupcake mix. Follow the instructions on the box to make.

While those bake, let's work on the dirt. Get your Oreos. Separate the white part from the dark cookie. Smash the cookie real good, to make the dirt. You can use the white to make shapes like ghosts or dye it to make pumpkins. Use toothpicks to carve RIP on the cookie with some white.

Once your cupcakes are done baking, frost them lightly. Then add your gummy worms or Halloween figures. Then sprinkle your dirt on, yum!
 

Sally Sunshine

cattywampus
Premium Feather Member
Aug 23, 2012
57,645
10,903
967
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1st Prize

WINNER
@littlenessie



Cake Pumpkin Cake Pop Ghosts!
I love this recipe and we make it every year at my work. I ate about 12 yesterday. Lol!

Pumpkin Cake
4 Large Eggs
1 2/3 cups Brown Sugar
1 cup Brown Butter
15 oz Pumpkin Purée
2 cups AP
2t Baking Powder
1t Salt
1t Baking Soda
2t Cinnamon
1/2 t Clove
1/2t Nutmeg

Cream Cheese Icing
3 cups Powdered Sugar
6 oz Cream Cheese
6T Butter

Preheat oven to 350°F.
Grease and flour one glass 9 x 13 inch pan.
In a mixing bowl, beat together the eggs, sugar, oil and pumpkin.
Sift together the flour, baking powder, salt, baking soda, salt and cinnamon; add to wet ingredients and mix thoroughly.
Spread into prepared pan.
Bake at 350° for 25 to 30 minutes.
Remove from oven and allow to cool.
For the frosting: beat together the cream cheese, butter and confectioner's sugar.
Once the cake is completely cool, break apart and put in a bowl (or mixer) stir in frosting until the crumbs hold together like Play-dough.
Scoop and roll into desired size balls. Refrigerate.
Roll out white fondant and cup into circles big enough to cover your cake balls. Shape them like ghosts using the cake balls as the bodies. Use melted chocolate to make eyes. Voila! You're done










2nd Prize
Winner @Peep-Chicken

Deviled Chicken Eyes
You need:
Eggs
Salt
Vinegar(optional)
Mustard
Mayo
Food coloring
A tortilla or olives, anything small and dark that's edible
Toothpick

Boil your eggs!
I use bantam eggs, I always have issues with large eggs. I cook the small eggs in the water for about 10 minutes. I put in a little vinegar and salt while they boil, it makes peeling easier and the salt helps eggs with cracks not leak. When the eggs are fine boiling, I run them under cold water.

The inside:
You will want to peel your eggs and cut them in half. Put the yolks in a separate bag. Once all the yolks are separate, add your mustard and mayo. This is totally personal preference! I put about 2 tablespoons each per 6 eggs or so. I also may sprinkle salt and pepper on it. When done, squish it all together!

The eyes:
Cut a small hole in the bag so you can squeeze the yolk mix into the whites. You can dye the yolks to make them more orange too. I even it so it looks like eyes and clean the white up some.

Details:
Put our tortilla or olive or whatever you choose for the pupil in the center. Get a toothpick, and with red food dye, trace veins in the white.

 

Peep-Chicken

Crowing
7 Years
Jun 10, 2013
6,397
450
326
Michigan
Oh thank you much! A little disappointing I won't get quail, but that one that won first deserved it. :)

Congrats littlenessie! What eggs do you think you'll get?
 

chickendreams24

Crowing
Jul 30, 2015
3,399
2,548
357
Wisconsin, USA
Peep chicken and little Nessie congratulations! Love the ideas they're all great! I couldn't think of anything but I couldn't have beaten those ghost pops anyways they're adorable. Almost too cute to eat. That mortar a pestle is cute you'll have to tell us how big it is and what you decide to use it for or just a decoration. I bet you know some chickens who could find some treats and such for you to mash up. Lol oo if you use your own herbs etc
 

littlenessie

In the Brooder
Oct 6, 2015
72
11
40
Yay!!! Thank you guys so much!! That is so exciting!! I am definitely going to choose the quail eggs please :)

Congratulations to the other winner as well!!
 

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