Happy Halloween! This year was our first Halloween in Ada, and it was definitely a lot different from Halloween in Escanaba. Instead of staying at our own house and handing out candy, my family and I went to our neighbors’ house, where they went all-out with decorations.
There were so many trick-or-treaters! I got to hand out candy to the sweetest little children, which was really fun. There was a taco bar at our neighbors’ house, so we ate dinner there. Many people dressed up, but I was the only one of my family who did (you see, I am the cool one of the family).
I was a bunny, and I made my costume myself! I wore grey sweatpants and a grey sweatshirt with a pink shirt, because bunnies have pink tummies (or at least in my fantasy world, they do 😉 ) I also made Oh She Glows vegan and gluten free brownies to bring to the party, which were so unattractive but so delicious! They were probably the best vegan brownies I’ve ever made.
And now, it’s the morning after Halloween, the first morning of Standard Time, and I woke up early enough to make a pretty breakfast. The decorations were totally inspired by Haselnussblond, who makes the most beautiful breakfasts in the world.
This particular breakfast was made with my favorite adaptation of CCK’s Chocolate Banana Bread in a Bowl. I’ll have to post specifically about it on The Kale Storm soon, because it’s my go-to breakfast! The decorations here are golden flax meal, sliced dried figs, and cashews.
Question of the Day:
What did you dress up as for Halloween?? Do you prefer to be spooky or sweet? I’m more of a fluffy-bunny-cuddly-costume person myself.