Little Dip in the Rogue....but you can call me Sandra
So, maybe I get excited when it's October and the Halloween decorations can finally come out of the closet. It takes a lot to not bring them out sooner...so much so, that some things need to come out before October (and some things just stay out all year). Hey, I'm only human! (A human that just happens to be Halloween inclined.) And should I happen to get anything Halloween related for my birthday (in September) then I of course am obligated to leave it out. It would be rude to put it away. (That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.)
But wait, there's more...it is now mid October and I haven't had time to put out very much in the way of Halloween decorations...and it is causing me stress. I'm pretty sure I have PHSD (Pre-Halloween Stress Disorder). Maybe not, I'm sure it's normal for people to feel stressed out in mid October, to the point that it feels "too late" to put out Halloween decorations now. (I'm not really sure why I put quotes around that...though I think it was a passive aggressive jab at myself...hmm.) PHSD it is.
So yes, I went rogue, but just a little. Instead of a pastry crust, I decided to make a graham cracker crust.
After that, the rest of the recipe is non-rogue. I haven't gone rogue since this post.
Bekings Poultry Farm (they sell at Carp Farmer's Market in Ottawa).
My new 'blood splattered' spatulas. Birthday gifts from two friends (Kim & Stephanie). See, I needed two of them!!
Cream cheese and sugar have been blended.
I'll just let this baby cool off before I frost it. (So umm...I guess I better make the frosting.)
To the Frosting-Mobile!
By the way, that 'yup' was brought to you by Lana Kane from the show "Archer". Best 'yup' out there!
Frosting of the cake has been initiated.
Which lovely new plate to use?? Hmm?
This dessert is pumpkin and spice and everything nice! The graham cracker crust is lovely (and hubbie approved). A night in the fridge helped to meld the flavours together even more. And by the light of day, these spiders aren't nearly as scary.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian peeps.