Today I'm joining Michael Lee, at Rattlebridge Farm,
for the second episode of the
Mystery Ingredient Club!
The mystery ingredient this time ...
All the participants received from Michael Lee,
a *lab rack* of test tube vials, by Wilton,
filled with wonderfully colorful
Halloween sprinkles...including BONES!!
Thank you SO very much, Michael Lee, for such a FUN gift. I was thrilled to be invited to participate again!
I'm saving the "bones" to use on top of some orange & brown cupcakes for a Cleveland Browns football game party we have coming up.
(The team is known as the "Dawgs")
I started using the other colors right away.
I mixed the orange sugar with some other sprinkles of red & green that I already had on hand
to make autumn colored leaf-shaped cookies.
Then just the orange sprinkles dressed up some maple & brown sugar Pop-Tarts for Ms. C. to enjoy,
That child will put sprinkles on ANYTHING!
Together, she & I dipped two different flavors of Oreo cookies into melted almond bark chocolate
then put them 1/2 way down into the various sprinkles...
she had to try them all, you know!
One of my favorite ways to use them was with Bugles snacks,
dipped into chocolate & then into the sprinkles.
these are AWESOME!!
Be forewarned....you can't possibly eat just one...
they are addictive.
Don't they look like little Witches hats?
My daughter is going to make them for a party that she is having when they all go to see the
performance of "Wicked" here in town.
Such a fun idea!
You'll have to wait till next week to see the VERY BEST way I used the sprinkles, because my photos of a *Gluten FREE* 'White Wine Cake' are on my brand new $$$$ computer....which has already gotten a virus!!!!!!!!!!! Grrrrr!!!
It is currently in the shop, being cleaned.
I swear, next time, I'm buying a MAC!
Thanks for stopping by The Gazebo House today.
Won't you follow me over to Rattlebridge Farm for Foodie Friday & see all the ingenious ways other participants used ML's sprinkles?
I'm also linking to The Tablescapers Seasonal Sundays.