Cheese Pumpkins Recipe for Halloween

cheese pumpkin recipe

Photo from: Betty Crocker Recipes

Halloween is coming, and one of the best ways to welcome this season is to prepare a creative, healthy and delicious Halloween recipe for your whole family. You can also share this simple recipe to all those children who are trick-or-treating.

Cheese Pumpkins Recipe

The things you need:

  • 8 tablespoons smoked Cheddar cold pack cheese
  • 2 teaspoons of peanuts (finely chopped)
  • pretzel sticks or spindles that are broken in half
  • fresh parsley leaves

Directions:

  1. On a plate with waxed paper, roll a tablespoon of cold pack Cheddar cheese and form a round shape. Arrange it well.
  2. Refrigerate for about 10 to 15 minutes.
  3. Draw ridges around the balls using toothpick to make it look like a pumpkin.
  4. Dip the bottom of the round cheese in chopped peanuts.
  5. For the pumpkin stems, insert pretzel stick at the top.
  6. Garnish with fresh parsley as leaves of the pumpkin.
  7. Store in refrigerator.
  8. Serve and enjoy!

Do not forget to share this simple Halloween recipe to your friends and family.

Having Better Homes and Gardens

better homes and gardens

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Having betters homes and gardens is easy if you know what you really want from the very start. If you are planning to remodel your home or add some home decors, it is very important that you already have the design and theme in mind. It would be hard for you and for your designer if you do not have plans for your dream home or dream garden whatever. Be sure to consider some of these important tips and suggestions to have a better home and garden.

  • Choose your theme – we all have a favorite theme. What’s yours? You can choose from Mediterranean, modern contemporary, rustic, European homes or whatever. You choose. You decide.
  • Start with colors – if you want to recolor your living room, choose what color you want to put that would be perfect for your home theme. You can use light colors for a fresher look and dark colors for a dramatic feel.
  • Size of home decors – it is important to consider the size of your home first to know what sort or type of home decors you should put. Then after that, if you feel like putting a huge decor on a huge space, that would be fine. If you want to put small decors for small spaces, that’s perfect. Just be sure to utilize the space well.
  • Budget – the budget for your home decorating or renovation is very important. Set your own budget first then work with your plan. Be sure you do not go beyond your allocated budget because the design of your home might be compromised.
  • Ask for help – yes you can do DIY projects for your home but you should realize first that if this is going to be a big project, you must ask for some help from the people who knows better than you in terms of decorating. We are all creative but a little help from someone would be perfect.

We hope you find some of these tips useful and tell us what have you done to have your own better homes and gardens.

Pretty Fall Wreath

pretty fall wreath

Photo from: craftysisters-nc.blogspot.com

What is the best way to welcome your guests for Fall than having a pretty wreath right in front of your door? Today, I am going to share how you can make your own “Plump” Fall Wreath.

Making a Fall Wreath is very simple. You can do it alone in your home. Just be sure to bring out that creativity in you while making this gorgeous home decor.

The steps for making a Pretty Fall Wreath:

  1. Gather all the materials. You can check on your old closets for leaves, pine cones and berries.
  2. Get your grape vines and make a circle from it. You decide for your own wreath size.
  3. Tie your grape vines tightly with brown wires. Brown wires so that it won’t distract the colors of the wreath. Be sure to make a hook at the back so you can hang it on your doors.
  4. Glue your fall leaves, berries and pine cones around it. Be creative. If you want, you can also tie it with wires.
  5. Check your wreath. If you like how it was arranged, hang it and you are done.

Now, you have a pretty Fall wreath.