Thursday, October 21, 2010

Happy Hauntings

Heidi had fiends, I mean friends, over for a festive punkin dinner! Then they were off to a haungted house. This is my recipe for punkin dinner:
One punkin per person, we made 8
Large bag of mixed vegies, adjust as necessary
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can chicken broth
4-6 frozen chicken breasts, halves
4-5 potatoes
Boil chicken and shred or cube. Peel and dice potatoes small, boil and drain.
Hollow out punkins, not the big ones, next size down, salt and pepper insides, place top back on, and wrap in tin foil. Place on baking sheet, and bake for 30 ish minutes, at 350 degrees.
Mix vegies, chicken, potatoe pieces (cooled) and soup. Mix in some seasonings as desired, be careful not to over season, could put in pinch of garlic, dehydrated onions(do not use fresh, way too over powering!) and salt and pepper. Spoon into punkins leaving some breathing room at the top for mix to expand. Place top back on. Leave tinfoil lightly wrapped around the bottom, makes lifting back to cookie sheet easier. Cook again at 350 for 30ish minutes. Lift onto plate by tinfoil. The punkin insides give it a nice flavor! Serve with salad and rolls. Enjoy!

Spooky Sightings

I love to decorate for fall, and Halloween!

These witches were in Gardners Village in Utah.