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Fright Femmes 2023 | Vol 4 | DIYs

For this second round of DIYs, we take it to the kitchen where we've brewed up three delectable treats to cover the whole day.


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If you are new here, welcome to the bewitching world of Fright Femmes, where every week leading up to Halloween, we're going to immerse ourselves in make-up, costume, and DIY ideas that will leave you spellbound.


This round of DIYs we venture off into the kitchen to cook up a few goodies to fuel you on Halloween Day. From morning treats with coffee to baked goods and cocktails, we've got you covered for a full day of delectable treats.


Caro Pozo - Bewitched Cake

Laura Prado - Halloween Coctails

Ruthmarie Tenorio - A Lazy Girl's Halloween Breakfast Morning


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Caro Pozo

Bewitched Cake


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Caro is working her magic in the kitchen. She cooking up a bewitching cake that is sure to lure anyone into your home.


 


Laura Jade Prado

Halloween Cocktails


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Laura has conjured three delectable drinks for the perfect spooky gathering. These unique drinks, magic moon martini, poisoned apple brew, and vampire kiss will have your guests talking and having a great time. Visit her post for all the recipes.


 


Ruthmarie Tenorio

A Lazy Girl's Halloween Breakfast


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If you are a person who likes to celebrate Halloween from morning to night, I've got you covered in the morning. Let's start the Halloween morning with a taste of fall with some quick apple tarts and my lazy version of a nutty pumpkin spice cappuccino.


I hate to say it: I have no patience for the kitchen. As much as I love how food tastes when made entirely from scratch, I am the type of person who looks for ways to cut down on time while still getting that "made from scratch" taste.


Apple Tarts


Ingredients:

  • Two apples (I like Honey Crisps)

  • One pack of puff pastry sheets

  • Sugar

  • Cinnamon

  • Apple jam (optional)

Cooking Instructions:

  • Peel, core, and slice the apples (about 1/4" thick)

  • Place the apple slices in a sugar and cinnamon water bath (~1/4 c of sugar and 1 tsp of cinnamon). Microwave for 2 mins and let the apples soak a bit while you prepare the pastry sheets.

  • Roll out the pastry sheets and cut them into squares (each sheet should give 9 squares)

  • Place 5-6 apple slices onto each square (optional for extra filling: add a tbsp of apple jelly/jam under the slices)

  • Sprinkle the apples with sugar and cinnamon.

  • Place another pastry square on top. Seal the edges with a fork and cut three slits on the top to let the pastry ventilate.

  • Place pastries onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.

  • Bake according to the instructions on the box of the pastry sheets.



Nutty Pumpkin Spice Cappuccino


Disclaimer, I am not a professional barista, but I do love coffee. The key to making this nutty drink is using oat milk, chicory coffee, and pumpkin spice. Just add the pumpkin spice (three taps or as much as you'd like) to the espresso pot with the coffee grounds, heat up and froth some oat milk, add sugar to taste, and you're done. Easy peasy.


And that is it for this post! I've now made myself hungry and might raid my kitchen for baked goods. If you give this look a go, pleeeeese tag us on IG @frightfemmes . We would love to repost!


See you next Friday!







 





 










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