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Friday, October 25, 2013

Monster Toes

Goodness I've been so busy lately! My parent's were visiting and we hadn't seen them in a few months, so everything else I had planned went out the window. As did my baking plans, LOL. I don't mind though, I'll take any time I can with Mom and Dad! Once they left, I had to get ready for an awesome Blogger event with Summer Fresh Salads. It was the first event I was ever invited to and it was SO MUCH FUN! Look for my post on that soon! Later that night, I had a charity event, where I had a Pampered Chef table set up. It was an awesome event, with ballroom dancers, a fashion show and an auction.



The combination of both event in one day, proved to be a little much though. I got home super late last night and had to wake up to bring Mr.B to school today. I also had a morning appt for a massage, which totally wore me out. Thankfully Hubby wasn't working until 3 today, so I snoozed on the couch all day. Another thing I'm thankful for is that our best friend, came to spend the day with the kids yesterday. She brought along all the fixins for a ton of Halloween themed food. The kids noshed on cheesy bones and dip, monster toes, mummy pizza, worms, dirt and eyeballs, and many more awesome treats. The first thing they did this morning was tell me about JJ, and how they helped her make these fun foods and they showed me all the leftovers. Thanks JJ for giving the kids a fun day, when I've been too busy!

Monster Toes
adapted from Food.com

1 pkg hot dogs, cut in half
6-8 flour tortillas
ketchup
mustard

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

Cut a wedge into the rounded end of the hot dog, to make it look like a toe nail.

Cut tortillas into 4-inch by 3/4-inch strips. Place strips between damp paper towels and cook in the microwave for 10-30 seconds, to soften.

Roll each hot dog, with a strip of tortilla, ensuring the nail part isn't covered and secure with a tooth pick.

Bake for 7-8 minutes; until tortilla begins to brown slightly and fill toe nail with ketchup, or mustard.


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