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Spooky Witches Finger / Witches Finger Cookies / Eggless Halloween Cookies

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Spooky Witches Finger is one among the most spooky and yummy dish for Halloween. I have already shared spooky witches finger with egg and now as we have party in our home with Apartment kids, there are few who go eggless and so this Eggless Spooky Witches Finger cookie.

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Eggless Spooky Witches Finger recipe / Eggless Halloween Recipe / Eggless Whole Wheat cookie

Eggless Spooky Witches Finger cookie is an easy and simple cookie to prepare, kids like this to be a part of their Halloween Party. I have prepared this cookie with whole wheat flour and also, it’s an eggless version, so a big boon for most of them to prepare. Let me share the recipe…

Taking this to Fiesta Friday #195 hosted by Angie@thenovicegardener

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Eggless Spooky Witches Finger recipe / Eggless Halloween Recipe / Eggless Whole Wheat cookie

Ingredients:

  • Whole wheat flour – 1 ½ cups
  • Sugar – ½ cup
  • Butter (room temperature) – ½ + 1 tbsp
  • Milk – 3 tbsp
  • Baking powder – 1 tsp
  • Almonds / Badam – 10 nos
  • Red food colour – ¼ tsp

Making of Eggless Spooky Witches Finger / Halloween video recipe –

Preparation:

  • Blanch the almonds and slice them into two equal halves.
  • Mix 2 tbsp of water in red food color and soak the sliced almonds / badam to it.
  • Make sure to use the butter only at room temperature.
  • In a wide mouth bowl, sieve the wheat flour along with baking powder and keep it aside.
  • Grind the sugar to a fine powder, add it to flour mixture.
  • Add the butter to the flour, crumble well with your fingers.
  • Pour milk little by little (1 tbsp at a time), and knead the flour to a dough.
  • Roll the kneaded dough in a cling film, refrigerate for 15 mins, later remove it and wait for 5 mins.
  • Dust the work area with flour, take a small portion of the dough, roll it length wise, give impression with fork, place a slice of almond/badam in one edge of the rolled dough. (looks like finger)
  • Meanwhile preheat microwave to 180-degree C, grease a tray, place the rolled fingers over the tray and bake them at 180-degree C for 5 mins or until they are baked.
  • Remove it the tray from the oven, let it rest for 10 mins, remove it to a plate and bring it to room temperature.

Store it in an air-tight container, once it reaches room temperature.

Pumpkins and Leaves – Happy Halloween Day 2016

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From my childhood, I like horror movies, horror stories and horror adventures – almost 9 years back when we were at U.K I got to know about the Halloween Day. I liked the concept of the Halloween Day – people think it’s something more and more into a scary subject, but the belief and the purpose of the Halloween Day is pretty awesome. I do celebrate by preparing foods, few crafts with my kids and enjoy the day. This time as Halloween Day came next to Deepavali (festival of lights), I couldn’t make many arrangements. But we prepared few dishes, and my kids invited their friend’s for party and it was full of fun.

Now for almost 3 years as a food blogger, I believe creating a food based on some theme and on the other hand it should be loved by kids too, is my motive. When it comes to food, being a food blogger, I use to look for the taste, creativity and healthiness in the food, never mind whether it’s scary or so. When you say it’s for Halloween the food should either look scary or something related with the theme. Being passionate about things which I do, mostly makes me and my surrounding happy – I never mind about the culture, language, race, religion or so and so.

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With the usual Halloween food, I also prepared a new dish by steaming rice flour and sugar infused with little food color. Kids loved it to the core. Let me share the recipe…

Ingredients:

  • Rice Flour – 1 cup
  • Sugar – ¼ cup
  • Food color (orange and green) – each ¼ tsp
  • Salt – ¼ tsp
  • Cloves – 15 nos
  • Oil – 1 tsp

Preparation:

  • Boil 2 cups of water in a sauce pan, it should bubble up.
  • Take the rice flour in a wide mouth bowl, add the rice flour, salt, sugar and pour the boiled water little by little and mix it with ladle.
  • When the flour mixture comes to bearable heat, knead it to a dough and divide it to two portions.
  • Mix food color with a tsp of water (each separately).
  • Pour orange mixture to one portion and green mixture to the other portion. Knead it well.
  • Let it rest for 10 mins, if the dough is loose, add little rice flour and knead it well.
  • Grease your palm and finger with oil, take a small portion of the orange dough roll it to ball, make lines with fork.
  • Insert a clove in the top of the ball, it looks like pumpkin. Continue the small with the leftover orange dough and steam them for 10 mins.
  • Take a small portion of the green dough and shape it to a leaf or use a leaf cutter, cut the dough and steam them for 10 mins.

Serve the Pumpkin balls along with Leaves.