For the Love of Tootsie. At This Rate, I'll Still Be Blogging About Halloween Come December.

This, my friends, is a holy ghost.

 Of course, I'm most excited about the Tootsie Roll Pop underneath, which just happens to be a brown one.

I will hoard all brown tootsies.

This cute Halloween idea came from one of my mom's coworkers.

"You won't believe how easy....You can do this with any flavor lollipop!"
-My Mom's Co-worker

OMG my mom's co-workers are brilliant.

I too must be brilliant, because check this out.....

I made those creative food labels with the help of Microsoft Word and some clip art. The labels were very easy to make, and it was fun coming up with creepy Halloween names for my menu items.

Forbidden Fruit: Sliced Apples with Caramel Dipping Sauce
Poisonous Peppers: The Pioneer Woman's BBQ Bacon-Wrapped Jalapenos
Devilish DelightsBrown Eyed Baker's No-Bake PB Delight Cookies
Mummy Dogs: Little Smokies wrapped in a mummy costume of Croissant dough ("Pigs in a Blanket")
Mystery Meat: One of My Favorite CrockPot Shredded Beef Dishes

I really didn't get a chance to say as much as I would have liked to about the party food. Brian would tell you I have a tendency to harp on things and often become redundant, but I really didn't get a chance to say as much as I would have liked about the party food.

Let me just say: The candy corn jello shots were amazing! So  incredibly yummy and probably the biggest hit of the night.

I also didn't get as many pictures as I would have liked, especially after our guests arrived. All of my thanks goes to Brian, who took some food shots for me at the last minute. He is honestly a much better photographer than myself, so I was grateful that he did this.

Ok. I''m officially over Halloween. That holiday was so last Monday.