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It’s the 19th of October and my house is fully decorated for Halloween. Ok, I take that back. It’s almost fully decorated! I still have to put up and “Bats and Spider Webs” before our Halloween Party but other than that it’s done.
I’ve got Tombstones in the flowerbed, “The Witch is in” flag, “Witches Property” Sign on the mailbox, my Halloween wreath on the door, a witch in the window, pumpkins on the porch and a Wizard of Oz showdown happening in the front window. And that’s only the outside…
Inside, I have candles everywhere, pumpkins in different spots, a “Halloween Menu” on the wall, Spooky owls on the mirrors and fall flowers everywhere. Before our Halloween party, I’ll put the bats on the ceiling and the spider webs in the corners. I’m pretty sure that at the rate I’m going with the witch theme my neighbors will soon be flocking to the yard with their pitch forks and torches. And if I keep up with the Halloween decorating, my husband will probably be out there with them haha.
I can’t help it. We haven’t lived in a house right on a main road in almost 5 years, I HAVE to decorate haha. I just have to! Plus I love Halloween. It’s always been one of my favorites. Pretty much everything between October and December makes my heart smile.
October 31st is the last day of our October Healthy Eating Challenge and then we’re having a little family Halloween Party on the 2nd. (Yes, I know it’s after Halloween and I don’t care)
While our challenge will be over I still want to make some of the foods for the party fit into what BigBear and I have been doing over the past few weeks. I wont be eating 100% “clean” after our challenge but I will be eating a lot better and I don’t want to fall back into ALL of those bad eating habits!
I’ll be making these Sweet & Sour Garlic Chicken Wings for our party and calling them “Bat Wings”. I plan on giving all of the food “Halloween” names.
For the brown sugar in this recipe. if you’re doing a clean eating challenge or just eating clean use Coconut Sugar. I works just as well as the brown sugar in this recipes. (I used coconut sugar but know that a lot of people will have brown sugar on hand instead) If you want to use coconut sugar, I find it at Walmart in the sugar section!
For this weeks #SundaySupper our theme is ” Sauce It Up!” So What better recipes than baked chicken wings with a sweet and sour garlic sauce?! Sweet from the honey and sour from the lemon, we devoured these little wings!
Happy Haunting! Check out all of the spooky Halloween recipes and crafts on this website!!
Sweet and Sour Garlic Chicken Wings