The house was quiet, every one was sleeping, I slowly got out of bed and tiptoed out my room. The air was still and cold, the darkness surrounded me as I felt my way into the kitchen. I pushed the door to the kitchen and it slowly creaked open, I walked inside and suddenly there was a noise behind me, I jumped and turned around, it was just the ticking of the kitchen clock. At the back of the large cupboard I found my old rusty cauldron. it was time to cast a spell.
I put the cauldron on a medium heat and added cold water and 9 eggs, six white and three brown. The flames lit the dark kitchen and cast shadows on the walls, I waited quietly as the flames leaped around the cauldron warming it and the cold air. Once the eggs were boiled, I set them in some cold ice water to cool. The spell required food coloring and cornstarch to be mixed together to form a paste. I grabbed my paint brushes and set to work, after an hour the spell was complete. Out came Count Dracula, Jack o Lantern, several witches, an alien, a ghost and other spooky characters.
The kids loved their boiled eggs, there was a little tousle over who was going to eat Count Dracula but we worked it out, I ate the alien and I have to say, he was delicious!
My daughter’s favorite was the love witch.
I liked the simple jack o lantern egg.
What are you having for Halloween Breakfast?