I have blogged before many times on my feelings about Halloween. I'm just not that into it.
But I do like candy. And I consider the candy "leftovers" to be quite a treat.
So this year we immediately (um, on Monday night) used up a good chunk of candy in these cookies which are totally misnamed.
Compost Cookies...which should be called Manna from Heaven.
They're a recipe from some famous place in New York City. Seriously, they are amazing. Every cookie should have potato chips and candy in it.
Look how nicely he used that knife to cut up all the candy we used! This is a great recipe to make with kids because of the candy selection, unwrapping, and also the crushing of potato chips....
In case you're wondering about the other aspects of Halloween, yes, we did those too. You can't go wrong with this cute face:
If you like recipes and talking about food (which apparently, I do lately), check out this month's Kosher Cooking Carnival, a monthly round up of food posts in the Jewish world.
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