Today’s table is a fun Halloween look based on Halloween printables. I printed a sheet of each printable and cut them out. Used a hole puncher and hung them from a black chain that is mounted on 2 removable hooks. Don’t you love them?
The table has a white tablecloth and with a dollar store spooky black cloth topper.
The centerpiece is based on a new vintage find – a milk glass hob nail pitcher of flowers with a plate of monster teeth munchies around a cute little witch.
I’ve seen similar treats online using marshmallows for teeth. I wanted something a little healthier and first used Macadamia nuts for the 2 front treats. The nuts aren’t white so looks like my monster needs to have his teeth cleaned! I then switched to pumpkin seeds for the other munchies. Simple treat of apple slices, nut butter (peanut, almond or even a seed butter) and teeth. If you’re making them ahead, glaze cut apples with a little lemon juice to prevent browning. The Macadamia nuts taste so good with nut butter and apples. I loved it.
Monster Teeth Halloween Treats
Use organic when available.
Monster Teeth Halloween Treat
- 1 large red apple
- 24 Macademia nuts or nuts of choice
- 1/3 cup peanut butter, almond butter or nut butter of choice
- Slice apple into 8 wedges
- Divide each wedge in half the long way
- Spread about 1/2 to 3/4 tsp nut butter to 1/2 wedge
- Press 3 Macademia nuts to butter
- Spread 1/2 to 3/4 tsp to second half wedge
- Press the 2 parts together with nuts forming teeth between apple lips
- Serve promptly or brush lemon/orange juice on apple wedges before assembling
The place setting has a black and white polka dot place mat from a 99 cent fat quarter from Walmart. Just turn the edges over and use iron on tape. The base is a white charger (Dollar Tree), black plates (Dollar Tree), and white saucers. I then added a simple autumn treat – a pumpkin made from a peeled Mandarin orange with a small celery stalk with a leaf. Looks great and tastes good too.
In the corner my wooden stand has a lace and leaf cover with a black witch metal lantern (Dollar Tree).
It’s very hard to photograph the lantern with the witch details. I like the lace place mat with the leaf ring I made last month.
I personalized white mugs with small pumpkin cupcake topper printables and school glue. My favorite is the little pumpkin with a patch over his eye. I glued one on each side of the mug.
Printables are scattered on the table.
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