October 31, 2011

happy candy day!


Happy Halloween, folks! If you think gingerbread is tasty, check out my skeletons over on the Key Ingredient blog!

35 comments:

bellini said...

Headless skeletons at that:D Happy Hallowe'en.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Happy Halloween!

Cheers,

Rosa

Julie M. said...

Looks delicious as always Grace!

Helene said...

The skeletons are so cute. Happy Halloween!

Faith said...

Cute cookies! Happy Halloween, my dear!

A Plum By Any Other Name said...

Love that his head is gone!

MaryBeth said...

So it's not just me and Ozzy that like to bite the heads off...Happy Halloween Grace.

Mimi said...

Very cute cookies! Happy Halloween.
Mimi

Sue/the view from great island said...

Gingerbread skeletons are a wonderful idea, yours are so cute. And lemon icing? Yes please!

Von said...

I'm not too much of a gingerbread fan myself, but these look so cute that I'm kinda glad I'm not- then I can spend forever just looking at them! haha.... Happy Halloween to you too! ;)

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

haha and you bit his head off too! :P Happy Halloween!:D

shaz said...

Very cute, or should I say, ooh scary!

Barbara said...

Looks like that one got caught!
Figures you'd put cinnamon in your buttercream! :)

Pam said...

I love gingerbread! Your cookies look spooky & delicious.

The Blonde Duck said...

Pure brilliance.

foodhoe said...

so cute and delicious looking, I need all the practice I can get...

Marjie said...

We make gingerbread at Christmas. Gingerbread skeletons are a great idea.

peachkins said...

brilliant idea this gingerbread skeletons!

Nutmeg Nanny said...

hahaha I love this!

sophiesfoodiefiles said...

MMMMMM,...Those gingerbread skeletons look ooh so tasty & aprt too! Well done! :)

Gloria said...

amazing and delicious Grace, Hope you had a Happy candy day and Halloween, gloria

Mini Baker said...

After a month off from blogging (for my wedding) your blog was the very first I wanted to check up on :) love the skeleton idea!

Lynda said...

Cute idea Grace; they also sound delicious!

Lisa said...

Clever decorating, Grace! They look tasty.

Joanne said...

Best.Day.Ever.

That is one of the best cookie ideas I've ever seen.

Beth said...

Your skeleton looks terrific. I'll have to check out the link!

lisa is cooking said...

Gingerbread skeletons! Fantastic thinking. I will most definitely be stealing this idea next year.;)

Hotly Spiced said...

Well done. What an original creation. The skeletons look fantastic. Hope you had enough for all the trick n treaters.

Erica said...

I just saw the post, beautiful looking cookies. My son is crazy about skeletons....I have to make these for him!

Umm Mymoonah said...

That's really cute.

Meatloaf Recipe said...

Hello Grace!
Great posting! LOVE it.

Gloria said...

dear Grace thankss by the comment let me tell you when I saw the pictures reminder me your desserts and lovley treats you have beautiful and inspired blog!! (of course one of my favorites)xxgloria

Rosita Vargas said...

Lucen exquisitas querida grace como todas tus recetas,las adoro una verdadera delicia,abrazos grandes hugs,hugs.

scrambledhenfruit said...

Gingerbread skeletons are so much fun! I've never tried them with cinnamon buttercream though- sounds like a tasty plan! :)

Carolyn Jung said...

Fun idea for a cookie! Gingerbread skeletons are a little spooky, but even better tasting! ;)