Leigh Goff is here with a delicious Halloween treat that can be adapted for any special occasion. Work your magic, Leigh!
I came across this fun recipe on the internet, tried it, and loved it. I hope you do, too.
Melted Witch Pudding Parfaits
Green food coloring
Brownies, crumbled into smaller pieces
Reddi Whip Whipped cream
Dye the vanilla Snack Pack pudding cups green. This can be done in each individual pudding container or transfer all of the pudding to a bowl and then add the green food coloring until you get your desired color. Set aside.
Assembling the Parfaits
Layer brownie pieces in the bottom of each glass. Divide the brownie pieces evenly among the parfaits.
Spoon on a layer of whipped cream.
Add the crushed Oreos.
Ladle the pudding on, filling each glass full.
Add Halloween sprinkles and top with the witch's legs.
For best results, enjoy these parfaits within a few minutes of making, otherwise the ingredients can become soggy.
Cut paper straws desired length, about 4½ inches long. HINT - don’t cut them too short or you won’t have enough straw to stick into your parfait.
On one end of your paper straw, make two small slits across from each other, this is where will you put the shoe. Repeat this process until all the legs are assembled.
Draw shoes on the black paper, cut out, and then insert in the slits on the straws.
How about a glimpse into my witchy novel while you enjoy your parfait?
Sophie is beautiful with wild waves of sable-colored hair, eyes the color of dark blue sapphires, and heart-shaped pillowy lips. More importantly, she is beautiful on the inside, although she hides it well behind her impatience and impetuousness, which makes her very relatable.
It is those heart-strong characteristics that lead her into trouble, and since she is ruled by her heart, she’s all in once she finds trouble. She is fiercely loyal, determined, and fearless and there is nothing she wouldn’t do or sacrifice for the ones she loves, especially when she learns of the true love curse her ancestor cast on the Mather family.
When Judge Mather, a descendant of the reverend who condemned Sophie’s witch ancestor to hang, finds out his handsome son (who has recently returned to Wethersfield with a sexy British accent and a face that could melt a black witch’s heart) has fallen hard for Sophie, things get even more dangerous for her. Dark secrets come to light and impossible choices are made as Sophie sacrifices everything, including her soul to save her forbidden true love.
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Leigh Goff loves writing young adult fiction with elements of magic and romance because it's also what she liked to read. Born and raised on the East Coast, she now lives in Maryland where she enjoys the area's great history and culture.
Leigh is a graduate of the University of Maryland, University College and a member of the Maryland Writers' Association and Romance Writers of America. She is also an approved artist with the Maryland State Arts Council. Her debut novel, Disenchanted, was inspired by the Wethersfield witches of Connecticut and was released by Mirror World Publishing. Leigh is currently working on her next novel, The Witch's Ring which is set in Annapolis.
Learn more about Leigh Goff on her website and blog. Stay connected on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Goodreads.
Hi Sloane, thanks for hosting me and my witchy recipe! Much appreciated! -LeighReplyDelete
You're very welcome, Leigh. Great dessert from an excellent author.:)Delete
Halloween already! LOL! That's when our resident good witch, Leigh comes out to play! Yummy recipe for witches and warlocks of any age! Cheers!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Sharon!! And yup, my witchy season is right around the corner!!Delete
Great recipe to promote 'Disenchanted' Leigh. Looks wicked !ReplyDelete