Witches Brew With The Kids In The Kitchen!

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This Witches Brew activity is all about letting your kids take control and come up with an idea for a recipe. Well, my kids are getting into the spirit of things and decide to work with sugar, spice, and eye of newt!
Isn't that nice?
My kids created their own Witches Brew!

Double, Bubble, Toil and Trouble! Make a spooky, yet taste cauldron of Witches Brew this Halloween!

Here is what you will require:

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  • Swamp Slime (Lime Jello)
  • Essence of Pumpkin and Essence of Bat (Orange and Black Sprinkles)
  • Eye of Newt (Candy Eyeballs)
  • A Dash of Tricks or Treats (More Halloween Sprinkles)
  • A little Halloween Magic (Pumpkin Patch Pop Rocks)

mixing

A little of this, a little of that.
Sprinkle and mix, however you wish!

brew

Listen to the sounds as the “Halloween Magic” activates the brew!

A spooky, yet tasty cauldron of Witches Brew! A fun snack for kids of all ages!
The fog is not included.

Eat it up and enjoy!

Happy Halloween to every girl and boy!

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33 thoughts on “Witches Brew With The Kids In The Kitchen!”

  1. I love, love, love this and you know I want to try it with my girls. That photo of your kids totally made me smile 😉

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    • It was a fun little treat!

      Haha, I had too much fun making that photo!

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  2. This looks so fun!! Livvy would loooooove this! Perfect for Halloween!

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    • My kids loved it! I even had them cackling!

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  3. Oh my god! POP ROCKS!! I used to love those when I was a kid 🙂 It looks like they had a blast making this!

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    • I love giving my kids pop rocks! Especially for the first time! That is the best!

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  4. I LOVE THIS!!! It would go great with our Jello Brain.. 🙂

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    • Your Jello Brain is soooooo awesome!

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    • It was so much fun and you can really use whatever you have one hand!

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  5. GIrl this looks awesome! I actually kind of like lime jello. 🙂 You could also put grapes in the jello…floating eyeballs! LOL! Have a great week and I had to pin this one! 🙂

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    • Oh man, peeled grapes as eyeballs! I forgot all about those! Great thoughts, Twinsie!

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  6. Ha! That looks awesome… and totally disgusting!

    Way to go everybody!

    Thanks for sharing.
    xoxo

    PS – I love, love, love, how you greened your kids up for the first photo. LOL

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    • It is awesomely disgusting, hahaha! My daughters turned black because of all of the “Essence of Bat” she put in!

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  7. Delicious!!
    And also, I won’t even ask how you got that awesome green witch photo. I should know this. I have Photoshop. And yet, I don’t!

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    • It was tasty and fun!

      Shhhhhh, it was all PicMonkey!

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  8. Wow, that looks so cool, I think even my teenagers would enjoy this. The addition of the magic is genius.
    I would advise not making something like this in advance, one year we made worms in jelly . We used strawberry shoelaces as worms and about 3 hours later they had all swelled up and lots their colour. Really disgusting looking which was great for Halloween but not very appetising for anyone over the age of about 8!

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  9. This is adorable!! I am sure that my little monsters will love to make this 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I am sooo showing this to my son when he gets home from school. I know he will ask if we can make this for Halloween. Trying to decide which set is my favorite was tough. I think the 30 piece Caddy Collection is the best set to start teaching my sone to bake and cook. I am going to create a shortcut to Curious Chef so I can show my son later.

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  11. Fun, fun, fun! I know that kids will love this sugary snack! Thanks for sharing it at Together on Tuesdays 🙂

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  12. So cute! They look like they had fun. Thanks for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

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  13. What a great idea! So fun! Thanks for linking up at the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party.

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  14. What a COOL Idea!! I have to try this.. and I love that way your edited the first photo to make your kiddos green! So awesome! Thanks for sharing on the #SHINEblog hop this week! 😉

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  15. I absolutely love this! Cute little witches. Pinned. It is so fun to party with you. Thank you. I hope to see you at our party on Monday at 7 pm. http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
    Happy Saturday! Lou Lou Girls

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  16. Thanks for sharing this at Pin-Worthy Wednesday, very cute!! I pinned this to our Pinterest group board.

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  17. I love the picture of your kiddos and I like the idea of them coming up with their own concoction . Very Cute.
    Thank you for sharing with us at the Click & Chat Link up Party! Kim @ This Ole Mom

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  18. This is such a great idea for kiddos! I am going to have to try it with my oldest:)
    Thanks for sharing this on the Mommy Needs A Time Out Thursday Link up!
    Joanna

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  19. Love the green kiddos! What a fun project…great for our October co-hosting!

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  20. This looks like tasty fun. I think this will go over really well with my girls.

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