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How to Make a Harvest Cup

Melissa Roja Lawlor
Sept. 18, 2012

Blogger Robin Sue Joss creates a crafty Halloween treat as part of the Care.com Interview Series

Robin Sue Joss, owner of Big Red Kitchen, likes to think of her blog as a regular gathering of distinguished guests (her readers) under the roof of an inspiring hostess (herself!), held partly to amuse one another, but mostly to please all participants in the almost lost art of hospitality and cookery. In her kitchen, she conjured up the creative and crafty Harvest Cups, a fun little cup of sweets perfect for Halloween. Let your creative side loose -- and definitely let the little ones help -- especially with the tasting!

Degree of Difficulty: Easy

Ingredients/Materials (per cup):

  • 2 Gummy Worms
  • ½ C. Trail Mix- (Robin Sue used Trader Joe's Organic Trek Mix)
  • ½ C. Candy Corn
  • 15 Candy Melt disks (white and milk chocolate)
  • 2T finely-processed Oreo Cookies
  • 3 Pumpkin Candies
  • 9-oz clear plastic cup

Visit the original post in Robin Sue's Big Red Kitchen for detailed step-by-step instructions.

Robin Sue Joss specializes in teaching busy singles, couples, and families how to design healthy, delicious, and time-saving Mason Jar Meals for fresh eating on the go. She began Big Red Kitchen in 2008 after guest posting on her brother's food blog, and enjoyed it so much, she googled "how to start a blog." Within minutes, Big Red Kitchen was born! You can find Robin Sue on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.

For more inspiring and easy recipes, check out the Care.com Interview Series: Quick and Easy Halloween Treats! »

Photos used with permission from Robin Sue Joss.

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