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Last year we taught you some typical vocabulary words you might hear during Halloween. This year we decided to teach you new words AND a yummy recipe to make for your loved ones.
First, you have to make cupcakes. Here is an easy recipe!
Chocolate cupcake (body)
Canned chocolate icing
Chocolate sprinkles (hair)
2 pieces of eye-type candy (we used Bassett’s Liquorice Allsorts)
1 package of black string lace licorice (legs)
- Frost the cupcake with chocolate icing and cover with sprinkles.
- Press the eyes into place.
- Use scissors to cut eight 4-inch pieces of licorice for the legs. Holding all of the legs together in a bunch, bend them in half and crease. Push the end of each leg into the cupcake as shown.
Canned – preserved in a metal or glass container.
Icing – a sweet, creamy mixture that is used to cover cakes.
Sprinkles – tiny candies that are put on top of a sweet food.
Licorice – a candy made from the dried root of a European plant.
Frost – to cover (something, such as a cake) with icing.
Cover – to put something over, on top of, or in front of (something else).
Bunch – a group of things of the same kind that are held or tied together or that grow together.
Bend – to use force to cause (something, such as a wire or pipe) to become curved.
Crease – a line or mark made by folding, pressing, or crushing something.
This recipe was from Spoonful and you can find more cool things to bake there!