It's time for Mickey Pumpkins and all things spooky and villain. It also means Halloween Parties – at school, at the dance, at home – everywhere practically.
This means you're going to need to make treats for those parties. If you can't be in your favorite place for Halloween, why not add a little Disney magic to your Halloween treats with these 20 DisneyHalloween treats? You are perfect for your next Halloween Party!
Disney Halloween Cookies
If your kids are like mine, they love cookies, and cookies make the perfect thing to bring to any Halloween party. You can make a lot, and they are fairly easy. Here are some great Disney Halloween Cookies for you to make!
When I think of Disney and Halloween, I think of one thing – MICKEY PUMPKINS! The Magic Kingdom is covered in Mickey Pumpkins this time of year and they are my favorite thing! When I got home from a fall trip to Walt Disney World a few years, I was inspired to make my own Mickey Pumpkins but editable ones. So cupcakes it was, and that's how we ended up with these adorable Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Cupcakes, that are perfect Disney treats for Halloween parties.
What You Need to Make Mickey Pumpkins Cupcakes
All you need to make these cupcakes are the following ingredients:
These are super simple to make, even the kids can make them. The first thing you need to do is bake yourcupcakesaccording to the package directions. Once they are baked and cooled you need to make your icing, unless you are using can icing. We made the homemade buttercream because it’s our favorite!
I created this easy shrimp tacos recipe a few years ago during Lent. I was looking for something that wasn't fried that was also quick and easy to make after a busy week. It quickly became one of our family favorites!
Sadly, we don't get to eat them as often because my youngest developed a shellfish allergy last year. However, I craved them this week and decided I just had to make them while she wasn't home.
They did not disappoint, and I love these shrimp tacos! This easy shrimp tacos recipe is so easy that it will take you less than 30 minutes to put dinner on the table on a busy night.
Heat your tortillas according to package directions and set them aside. I usually do mine in. a small skillet on medium heat for about 30 seconds to one minute per side.
Put olive oil in a large skillet on medium-high heat, add shrimp, Chef Paul's seafood magic, and about 2 tablespoons of minced garlic (I like a lot of garlic, so add as much or as little as you prefer). Cook shrimp on each side for about 3-4 minutes until done.
You can add in somechili powder or paprika to your shrimp while cooking to give it a little extra kick!
How to Make the Coleslaw and Honey Citrus Sauce for your Shrimp Tacos
While the shrimp are cooking, mix your coleslaw and honey citrus sauce.
In one bowl, add your coleslaw, 1/2 cup of mayonnaise, one teaspoon of lemon juice and lime juice, and one tablespoon of honey. I only used about 1/3-1/2 bag of coleslaw for four tacos.
In another bowl, add 1/2 cup of mayonnaise, one tablespoon of honey, one teaspoon each of lemon juice, lime juice, and paprika.
One teaspoon of lemon juice is approximately 1/2 of a lemon.
One teaspoon of lime juice is approximately 1/2 of a lime.
How To Serve Your Shrimp Tacos
Place coleslaw on a warm tortilla, add cooked shrimp, and top with the honey citrus sauce.
That's it, perfect for a quick and easy weeknight dinner, a Friday dinner during Lent, or for Taco Tuesday!
Other Shrimp Taco Toppings
Some other favorite toppings you can add to your shrimp tacos are: