Mummy Fingers & Helter Seltzer {Cookbook Giveaway!}

by nibblesandfeasts on October 24, 2011

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Halloween week is here and what better way than to start off the week with a fun and ghoulish recipe?  This year, one of my favorite family websites FamilyFun.com is featuring Halloween ideas by Sandra Lee. These are perfect for the impromptu Halloween get together with friends or a pre-trick-or-treating party for the kids.

We had so much fun making these creepy Mummy Fingers that we decided to make an entire Halloween prep day out of it.  The day was full of pumpkin carving, candy apple making and cob web porch decorating. We also finished it off with a spooktacular Helter Seltzer refreshing drink.  See Sandra Lee’s step- by-step video below for the super easy recipe and instructions.  By the way, Sandra is dressed as Mother Nature in the video.  She’s so fun!

“Celebrate with Sandra Lee” on FamilyFun.com is a brand new web series that gives parents simple, spooky ideas for their family’s Halloween celebration.  Celebrity chef and entertainer Sandra Lee brings her trademark style to Halloween, creating clever kid and adult costumes, pre-trick-or-treat eats, and cool-and-creepy crafts.  The ideas are fun, easy to execute, and can be made with things you already have around the house!

Mummy Fingers
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Ingredients

1 package cocktail weiners (or mini turkey dogs)
1 package phyllo dough
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
Almond slivers
Prepared tomato or pizza sauce
Italian seasoning

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Start with cocktail wieners. First, slice into the top of the dog to make a small opening that will form the cuticle once nails are added. Slide a sliced almond into each opening to form a nail. It’s okay if they look sloppy: Mummies never get good manicures.

Next, wrap the fingers in mummy bandages (also known as phyllo dough that you’ve cut with a pizza roller.) Spray the dough with oil, and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.

Pop the fingers in the oven for 12 minutes while you work on the dipping sauce. To make it, add some Italian seasoning to some pizza or tomato sauce. Heat it up and you’ve got a bloody good dipping sauce!

What are you going to wash down your yummy mummy fingers with?  May we suggest a Helter Seltzer? Watch Sandra Lee’s video below and see how quick and easy these are to prepare.

 

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If you’re a Sandra Lee fan like me, enter to win an autographed  copy of her latest cook book, Money Saving Meals and Round 2 Recipes. The cookbook is full of simple, delicious and budget-conscious meals as well as money saving tips during your grocery store trips.

PhotobucketTo enter:  Tell me in a comment below what your favorite Halloween tradition is. (Please make sure to leave an email address like patty at nibblesnfeasts dot com in order to notify you if you win).



Optional 2:  Tweet: Win a #DisneyInteractive, @FamilyFun autographed cookbook by @sandrashm via @NibblesnFeasts at http://bit.ly/tRxO39

Optional 3:  Like Nibbles & Feasts on Facebook (and tell me in the comment section below if you do).



You can have up to 3 total entries each; however, please note that you have to comment back and let me know which of the actions you took, so that I can keep track of them.

Open to U.S. Residents only.  No PO Boxes, please. Must be 18 years or older to enter.   Contest ends October 31, 2011 at 11:59 PM, PST and ONE (1) winner will be randomly chosen from all entries through random.org.

I was invited to a Disney Interactive event to facilitate this recipe and learn more about FamilyFun.Go.Com.  All opinions are my own.

Giveaway is now CLOSED

Congratulations Q Lazzorous

 

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Otra vez…en español!
La semana de Halloween ya está aquí y qué mejor manera que empezar la semana con una receta divertida y macabra? Este año, uno de mis sitios favoritos  para la familia es FamilyFun.com llena de ideas  para prepararnos para Halloween con la famosa chef, Sandra Lee. Sus ideas son perfectas y únicas para reuniones entre amigos en Halloween y fiestas para los niños antes de ir a pedir dulces.

Nos divertimos mucho haciendo estos  deditos de momia espeluznantes que nos decidimos a dedicarle todo el  día a prepararnos para Halloween. El día estaba lleno de calabazas, hicimos manzanas cubiertas con caramelo y decoramos nuestra casa con telarañas. También,  concluimos nuestro dia con una bebida refrescante llamada Helter Seltzer. Vea el  video  a continuación donde Sandra Lee nos muestra paso a paso esta receta súper fácil de seguir. Por cierto, Sandra está vestida como la madre naturaleza en el video. Ella es tan divertida!

“Celebre con Sandra Lee” en la FamilyFun.com es una serie en el sitio web que ofrece a los padres ideas simples y originales para la celebración de Halloween  con su familia. La famosa chef y animadora Sandra Lee aporta su estilo de marca para Halloween, creando simpáticos  disfraces para  niños y adultos. Las ideas son divertidas, fáciles de crear, y se pueden hacer con cosas que ya tiene en la casa!

Deditos de Momia
Receta cortesía de FamilyFun.com

Ingredientes
1 paquete de salchichas cóctel (o mini salchichas de pavo)
1 paquete de masa de hojaldre
1 / 2 taza de queso parmesano rallado
rebanadas de almedras
salsa de tomate preparada( o de pizza)
Sazonador  Italiano

Precaliente el horno a 375 grados. Comience con rebanando la parte superior de la salchichas de cóctel. Haciendo una pequeña abertura  en forma de cutícula para insertar las “uñas” (las almendras). Inserte una rebanada de almendra en cada abertura. Está bien si se ven chuecas y descuidadas: las momias nunca tienen un buen manicure.

Luego, envuelva  los “dedos” en las “vendas” de momia (también conocida como masa de hojaldre y que haya cortado con un cortador de pizza). Rocíe la masa con aceite y espolvoree con queso parmesano.

Hornee los “dedos” durante 12 minutos mientras prepara la salsa. Para hacerlo, añade un poco de sazonador italiano a la salsa de tomate (o salsa para pizza). Caliéntela en el microondas y tendrá una salsa muy sangrienta lista para los deditos de momia!

Al final, refrésquese con un Helter Seltzer.  Vea el video de Sandra Lee para obtener la receta.
Si eres un fan de Sandra Lee como yo, regístrate para ganar una copia autografiada de su último libro de cocina, Money Saving Meals and Round 2 Recipes. El libro de cocina está lleno de platos sencillos, deliciosos y conscientes de su presupuesto, así como consejos para ahorrar dinero durante sus viajes al supermercado.

Para entrar al sorteo:   Dime en un comentario que es su tradición favorita en Halloween. (Por favor, asegúrese de dejar una dirección de correo electrónico como Patty en nibblesnfeasts punto com con el fin de notificarle si gana).

Opcional 2: Tweet: Gana un libro de cocina cortesía de #DisneyInteractive,  y @NibblesNFeasts autografiado por @SandraSHM aquí: http://bit.ly/tRxO39

Opcional 3: oprime “me gusta” en la pagina de Facebook de Nibbles & Feasts (y hazme saber en un comentario  si lo hace).

Puede tener hasta 3 entradas totales , sin embargo, tenga en cuenta tienen que comentar y dejarme saber las medidas que tomó, para tomar en cuenta sus entradas.

Abierto a residentes de EE.UU. solamente. No se permiten apartados. Debe tener 18 años o más para entrar. El concurso termina el 31 de octubre 2011 a las 11:59 PM, PST y UN (1) ganador será elegido al azar entre todas las inscripciones a través de random.org.

Fui invitada a un evento de Disney Interactive para facilitar esta receta y aprender más acerca de FamilyFun.Go.Com. Todas las opiniones son mías.

El Sorteo se ha CERRADO

Felicidades Q Lazzorous!

 

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{ 21 comments… read them below or add one }

sabrina October 24, 2011 at 12:33 pm

Eating candy until i'm sick!
sabrinasmith05 at gmail dot com

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sabrina October 24, 2011 at 12:34 pm

I liked you on FB!
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Fran (CuriositesEsthetiques.com) October 24, 2011 at 12:36 pm

Dressing up!!!

Check out our Halloween Giveaway too:
http://www.curiositesesthetiques.com/2011/10/halloween-contest.html

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sabrina October 24, 2011 at 12:37 pm

tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/sabrinaswt/status/128570040319610881
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Perla Viveros October 24, 2011 at 1:27 pm

Nosotros tradicionalmente disfrazamos a mi hijo, salimos a pedir dulces y el año pasado hicimos una pequna fiesta con la familia. Mi correo es ceci2183 at yahoo dot como dot mx.

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Perla Viveros October 24, 2011 at 1:43 pm

Le di like a tu pagina de facebook, ceci2183 at yahoo dot com dot mx

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Q Lazzorus October 24, 2011 at 2:06 pm

Music is a big part of our life, so I like to play Spooky theme music. Here are some of my favorite songs to play in October all the way til Halloween:

-I Put A Spell On You- Screamin' Jay Hawkins
-Halloween Theme
-People Are Strange-The Doors
-Living Dead Girl- Rob Zombie
-Bauhaus-Bela Lugosi's Dead
-Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds-Red Right Hand

Sandra Lazo

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Unknown Mami October 24, 2011 at 4:32 pm

My favorite Halloween tradition is eating too much sugar.

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vianney October 24, 2011 at 9:42 pm

i love halloween, we begin celebrating on Oct and end after Dia de los muertos…food,sweets,scary movies and decroations..fun,fun,fun..

cute treat!

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Lisa Quinones Fontanez October 25, 2011 at 5:07 am

I love Sandra Lee! But you know, I'm not really that into Halloween. Though recently, I believe my favorite Halloween tradition is eating all of my son's candy. He doesn't really need it. ;)

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Morena October 25, 2011 at 8:09 am

I love it how Americans are so passionate about Halloween. All those ideas to decorate, dress up and eat! Those bloody eyeballs look so creepy, I'm sure kids would love them :D

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Carrie at Tiki Tiki Blog! October 25, 2011 at 8:39 am

I love walking the neighborhood with a big group of friends!

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mendyd October 25, 2011 at 9:36 pm

Trick or treating as a family

Thanks for the chance to win!
Mendy
mendyd15 at yahoo dot com

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mendyd October 25, 2011 at 9:37 pm

tweeted http://twitter.com/mendyd/status/129068914733875201

Thanks!
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mendyd October 25, 2011 at 9:37 pm

Like you on Facebook.
Mendy Tubbs Dinsmore
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Presley's Pantry October 26, 2011 at 9:05 pm

My favorite halloween tradition is making my costume!

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Anonymous October 30, 2011 at 1:27 pm

The great things of Halloween that I love…As a kid and still to this day it is one of my favorite holidays. Dressing up, trick or treating, and then as a family we would finish the night of by going out for pizza. We my kiddos we go to the pumpkin patch to pick out pumpkins to carve. Then with the seeds, well we enjoy them Thanks. Patricia yellow_patricia at hotmail dot com

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Anonymous October 30, 2011 at 1:30 pm
Anonymous October 30, 2011 at 1:31 pm

I like Nibbles and Feasts on Facebook. yellow_patricia at hotmail dot com

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Teslaca October 31, 2011 at 11:11 am

I love turning all the lights out and lighting the walkway with hanging lanterns and jack-o-lanterns and lighting inside with just candles. Really helps set the mood! nmosher at optonline dot net

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Teslaca October 31, 2011 at 11:12 am

Tweeted about your giveaway. nmosher at optonline dot net https://twitter.com/#!/teslaca/status/131085974938714112

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