What an eerily cute treat! Do you know how they were made into the shapes?
Yum! I just made some of those up over the weekend. You shape them by squeezing wherever you want a joint. Hard to describe well, but I took pictures as I made them: http://vastamount.blogspot.com/2005/10/mmmmphalanges.htmlThey're really tasty cookies, once you get over the appearance ;-)
The blood on the nails was a nice touch!
Haha... almonds for creepy fingernails - and there's even blood!! Terrific! :)
I almost made those cookies!I found the recipe on Martha Stewart, but since I spent about eight hours in the kitchen the day I did my Halloween foods, I'm glad I decided to skip 'em.But they are lovely, aren't they?
We had an Halloween party in the office and someone brought some. They must be tasty but the shape put me off. I was not able to bring myself to taste them.
hey.. I came to ur blog via naughtycurry. And I mistook u for another blogger Nupur who also cooks pretty well. I even mentioned u in my blog by giving a link to the other nupur. I have edited it of course. I also have a cook blog at anthonyskitchen, I liked ur egg rassa, but I make it a little diff.Ahppy belated diwali,. Hope u had a great timeanthony, my regular blog
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