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Thursday, October 27, 2011

7 Layer Halloween Candy Salad

Beaulah has been crafting in her
Bewitchin' Kitchen again
and look what she has cooked up!

You know how I told you that 
loves to look over my shoulder when I
am on the computer, especially when we
are looking at all the wonderfully creative
blogs out there in blogland....
well, when she saw this she
was sure it was a 7 Layer Salad
made just for her sweet tooth.

(You may have noticed that her teeth
are not in the best shape!)

I tried to convince her that it was a cute
candy jar and not a "salad", but
that is what she wants to call it anyway.

We saw this on

Sara created it for a table centerpiece.
Thanks Sara, I think I might make
one of these every year.

It really should be easy, just layer whatever
candy you have, especially the marshmallow
ghosts and pumpkins and top with Halloween

I had a harder time than you would think 
putting this "salad" together as I purchased
4 bags of candy at the grocery store and
when I got home I couldn't find them and
still haven't.  

Did you run off with that bag?
Oh, that sweet tooth of yours!

to see Mary's fun tablescape where
she did several of these candy jars for the
middle of the table.  Too cute!

This one is sitting on the kitchen counter.  Although there are
several jars of Halloween candy out, the little two year old
is really having a hard time with this one.  He says,
"I want that one!"
every day, but poor thing, grandma makes him
 choose from another jar.

Maybe after Halloween sweetie pie!

We will be posting this
Foodie Friday
Inspiration Friday
Sweets For a Saturday
Weekend Wrapup
Visually Inspiring Projects
Seasonal Sunday
On The Menu Monday


Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Very pretty Jacqueline! Gotta watch that Beaulah, a witch on a sugar high should not be flying! Love the lolly pops-have fun:@)

Alycia Nichols said...

That candy jar wouldn't last 5 minutes around here with Ramon, especially if there's a drop of chocolate in it! It's a really cute idea. They make so many wonderful and fanciful candies these makes it hard to choose which to include, I'm sure! Thanks for stopping by my place earlier! I'm glad you did! Happy Halloween to you and Beaulah! :-)

Barbara F. said...

If only that were a salad - calorie wise! Great centerpiece for a Halloween table. xo

Beth said...

Jacqueline, That is just adorable! Great job! Good luck re-directing your grandson.
Hugs, Beth

Karyn - Pint Sized Baker said...

Love this design! I think your naughty witch needs a good 'ol fashioned "Time Out" for taking all of your candy!

scrambledhenfruit said...

Now that's the kind of salad that would disappear very quickly around here. So cute! :)

Grammy Goodwill said...

That is so cute. I immediately thought of how cute this could be at Easter. But then I wondered if I could remember it that long!

Gina said...

I love it! I think Beulah has it right though...if you call it a 7 layer salad, it's better for you right? ;D

Katie@LeBeauPaonVictorien said...

That's MY kind of salad!!!! I love it! I especially love big ol' twisty lollipops, but I have never seen them in Halloween-ish colors! They are fabulous!

Mary said...

That Beaulah is so talented in the kitchen~ what a wonderfully sweet salad she's created :) I love those spiral lollipops & her eye for color is outstanding! I've so enjoyed seeing what tricks Beaulah has pulled out of her hat this month, I hope she has one or two more!

Thanks so much for the shout out~

Designs By Pinky said...

Well now, isn't that Beaulah CLEVER!!! Fabulous "salad"! I saw this at Mary's and loved it then too. XO, Pinky

renee @ Singing With Birds said...

I've found I pin and forget to comment...ALL of your crazy witch's posts have been fabulous. Sugar Salad will hopefully get her through a few more wild nights!

It's me said...

Hahahahha!! so from

Sandra said...

This is one of the cutest ideas ever!

le pupille gustative said...

Wow, it's really sooo cute! Here in Italy we don't have so many kinds of little chocolates for Halloween, it's not in our tradition and this is a pity! Your blog is beautiful, congratulations!!! Chiara

Lavender Cottage said...

Ha! Another grandma that makes things the grands can't eat. I have a bird nest with the Easter candies that look like blue eggs and always remind our young ones they can't eat them.
The layered candy is a great idea, I can imagine a nice one for Christmas too.

Cathy at Wives with Knives said...

My grandkids would be all over that salad in a flash! Very colorful and festive sitting on a kitchen counter.

Amy said...

What a cute, festive idea! I'd be thrilled if you'd share it here!

Mari said...

OH my how awesome :) you do create such yummy and beautiful items :)


Julie Harward said...

Now, that is my kind of salad! Very , very cute! :D

kitty said...

Oh my, you are TOO funny!!!! I love the color combinations of Beaulah's salad!! She's a very lucky witch. I hope she'll share with the two-year-old very soon!!!!

aggieam01 said...

ohmygosh! This is really really cute.

Sommer said...

Oh heavens this looks delightful! Had me laughing, that is definitely my kind of salad! Please come link this to my VIP party this weekend and have a Happy Halloween!

Marigene said...

Cute idea...maybe next year!

A Little Cuppa Tea said...

Love this idea, it turned out so cute!

Sue said...

It turned out GREAT! That's my kind of salad~ha ha!

The Tablescaper said...

So fun!!!

- The Tablescaper


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