Product Review: LivBar Blueberry Vanilla Kale
This recipe is part of the Kids Food Festival Halloween kitchen crafts and cooking class on October 31st, 2020! Get more information here!
- Adult cutting board
- Adult knife
- Children’s cutting board (The Creative Kitchen suggests a small cutting board or reusable plastic or paper plate), 1 per child
- Children’s knife (The Creative Kitchen suggests a plastic knife for younger children, while older children may be able to use a sharper knife), 1 per child
- Large mixing bowl (The Creative Kitchen suggests individual, sealable plastic sandwich bags if individual portions are preferred – whether for hygiene or simply because little chefs enjoy creating their own!)
- Mixing spoon
- 1 pound witches hair (cooked whole wheat spaghetti – use squid ink for extra spooky witch hair!)
- Eyeballs (1 cup black olives, pitted and ½ pound mozzarella bocconcini, or ½ pound mozzarella cheese)
- Zombie fingernails (2 orange bell peppers, washed)
- 1 broomstick (zucchini or cucumber, washed)
- Skeleton Tears (1 pint orange grape tomatoes, washed)
- Olive oil, to taste
- Salt and pepper, to taste
- In large mixing bowl, place cooked witches hair and set aside.
- If using bocconcini: Cut mozzarella into 1⁄4 inch pieces and slice olives and add to bowl, reserving a handful of bocconcini and a handful of olives to create eyeballs to place on top as garnish (see photo below). Alternatively – If using traditional mozzarella: dice mozzarella and slice olives. Add to bowl.
- Dice zombie fingernails and add to bowl.
- Slice broomsticks into 1⁄4 inch round slices and add to bowl. Reserve a handful of round slices for adults to create “jack-o’-lanterns” by carefully using a paring knife to carve eyes and a mouth (see photo below).
- Cut skeleton tears into quarters and add to bowl
- Add olive oil to taste and stir to combine.
- Add salt and pepper to taste and stir to combine.
- Garnish with eyeballs and jack-o’-lanterns.
- Grab a pitchfork and enjoy!
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