I hope everyone is getting geared up for Halloween! This week we have Halloween parties with weenies, ugly apples and scary food by Kilmore Daily!
Vtg HALLOWEEN Black Cat MASK Cake Decorations Cupcake Toppers
Why I Want This: Oh my goodness, there are SO MANY Halloween cupcake toppers on eBay! And I have to admit that I love them all, but these…wow. I really like these. I want to make a lamb cake and use one of these for the face! That would be pretty creepy.
1972 ad page Karo Halloween boys girls Ugly face apples popcorn balls
Why I Want This: Apple Uglies! I would seriously have a great time making these. Also: Look at those kids licking them!
The Vampire Cookbook Ghoulish Recipes by Kilmore Daily
Why I Want This: This is just cute all around, and the little thing in the pan has a hilarious look on its face.
Halloween Recipe Folder For Midnight Cake 20"x4.5" Dated 1942
Why I Want This: So, I think what makes this cake spooky, according to the recipe, is that it’s chocolate. And I am okay with that. Halloween and chocolate totally go together. I think a “spooky” chocolate cake is a great reason to have a Halloween party! Actually, ANY chocolate cake is an excuse to have a party.
1952 Halloween Party Book~KINGAN'S WIENERS ADV
Why I Want This: Frankfurters stuffed with peanuts, cheese and canned green beans. That is way, way, way scarier than that chocolate cake!
More Halloween Goodies!
If you aren’t done looking at Vintage Halloween Madness yet, head on over to my eBay collection to check out some more goodies!
Retro Ruth's Vintage Halloween Kitchen
Oh, and if you want to check out some more awesome eBay kitsch picks, check out the post on my other blog, No Pattern Required!
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Kingan’s Reliable Skinless Wieners! That gives new meaning to the word “frankenweenie.” What demented mind came up with sandwiching boiled wienies and tomato sauce inside split shredded wheat biscuits and calling them frankfurter boats? Ye gods!
That “Weeny-Witch Party Book” is amazing! Definitely scarier recipes than the mummy dog recipes I’ve been seeing everywhere lately.