Spooky BOO-nana Muffins

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Welcome to October, everyone! The time of the year where high leg bikini bottoms come to die. Hot girl summer is officially out. Allow me to introduce you to Average Autumn Mom. You’re gonna just love her.

Hi, it’s me.

This recipe combined craft can be made with anything you can stick a, well… stick into. I had 3 deceased bananas so I went with this BOO-nana muffin recipe.

Pro tip: get your kids to make said BOO-nana muffins so you can drink your coffee and watch them do all of the work. Just tell them they aren’t allowed to help and watch them defy the system like little experts. Jokes on them.

THINGS YOU WILL NEED FOR BOO-NANA MUFFINS:

MUFFINS OR CUPCAKES

WHITE FABRIC cut into squares

ROCK CANDY STICKS

WHITE CHENILLE STEMS aka PIPE CLEANERS

BLACK SHARPIE

SCISSORS

Have you ever seen a naked ghost?

You’re welcome.

Start by covering the rock candy stick with the fabric and secure with the pipe cleaner

Trim off excess pipe cleaner with scissors

Draw on a set of long and droopy eyes. My artistic inspiration hails from my very own eyes on Christmas morning as a parent.

Here is an actual photo of every single parent on Christmas morning, spooky!

Stick a fork or in it, or in this case, a stick, cause you’re done!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Enjoy your BOO-nana muffins.

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Brishen Pipenur
Brishen is originally from New York but has lived in Florida fourteen years which now means that she freezes when the temperature drops to 75 degrees. She's married to her best friend Kevin. They are cemented together through sarcasm and witty flirtations. Through God's grace, they are the parents to Declan (5) and Connell (2). They live with another couple, Jake who's 47, and Ellie is 36 according to The American Kennel Club. She is a stay at home mom though she is relentless in trying to escape the daily grind of laundry and bleaching EVERYTHING. She finds refuge in pilates and in helping others. She hosts an annual blessing bag party. Then with her family distributes the bags all over Tampa Bay. She is diligently trying to raise boys into men that will restore faith in humanity one kind act at a time. She thinks the key to life is not to take oneself too seriously. A sense of humor and a strong cup of coffee don't hurt either. Her suburban journey can be followed as bring.me.coffee on Instagram.

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