30 October 2007

bite-sized halloween goodness



one of the best things in my kitchen cupboards is my mini loaf pan. mary bought it for me a few years ago on one of our wal-mart shopping sprees. it makes a batch of such dainty little loaves, perfect for gift giving. girls seem to love the individualized baby sized loaves and boys love 'em for the few more bites and added masculinity to the average everyday muffin. my sister heidi found a somewhat healther version of this to die for pumpkin chocolate chip bread. print recipe here.

more halloweening ideas are sprinkled all over the blogworld. i especially love this spooktacular dinner my sister puts on every year for her kids. and look how adorable steph's little witch broom favors are! i love living vicariously through your ideas..

15 comments:

Engineer: martha griffiths; Conductor: j. bradley griffiths; Restless Riders: norah corinna, lucia louise, j. abram; On the Caboose: tequila the foxdog said...

Thank you for the kind comment on my blog.
I believe I came across your blog a while ago and was so impressed and intrigued (because your name is Marta and because of your design abilities).
I really need the mini loaf pan. I've often thought of getting one and just haven't gotten around to it. You've given me inspiration. Thanks.

jamieanne said...

LOVE my mini loaf pan.

Kate said...

These are adorable!!

Carrie said...

Love the recipe, now I just have to go find those mini pans (Wal*Mart isn't my "cup-of-tea.")

Jessica said...

You seem to highlight what is beautiful about life. And I refuse to feel lame (really!) that this beauty eludes our home right now. Unless you count the 4 messy beauties that run around my house all day.

melissa deakin said...

adorable.
love these mini loaves and adorable tags.
love the fun halloween links too!
:)

Kirsten said...

Those pumpkin loaves look yummy! Thanks for posting the link to the recipe!

Marty said...

Cute comment comment! And very lovely loaves. I wish you lots of treats and no tricks for Halloween.

Chelsey Booth said...

Those look really cute! It's kind of funny because thats exactly how I dressed my gingerbread cookies last night! (which inspired me to post the recipe) But you used cuter ribbon then me! Gotta love the mini loaf pan!

love.boxes said...

Yum they look delish and the tags are so darling as well!

Dansie Family said...

i love your tags. the bread looks so delish too.

100 Percent Cottam said...

i love how you're so dedicated to the details. those are beautiful!

Lori said...

Marta I once worked with you at good old Stuart Fraser Salon. I came across your blog through my sisters sister in law Martha Griffiths blog I saw your name and had to look and see. Then when I saw your hand writing I knew for sure it was you! Anyways your arts and crafts are amazing you are so talented. I love your cards...why in the world were you wasting time at Stuarts with all this talent! Just Kidding Well I hope all is well with you and your family---Lori

{natalie} said...

i love that ribbon. baking makes me happy and so do those mini loaves of bread. thanks for the recipe.

gab said...

Delicious and delightful!!! Happy halloweening...

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