Oranges for Halloween?

The hubby picked the first ripe satsuma oranges yesterday.  We’ll be having tree-ripen oranges for awhile.

Knowing I had to write a blog the day before Halloween, I thought I would have some fun.

halloween oranges


This is the result…and what fun it was to do.  This would be an amazing way for small kids to decorate ‘pumpkins‘ without knives and the mess.  You can get a ton of ideas from Google images.

Many years ago, I did do a real pumpkin with a small boy opening the door, it was amazing and heartbreaking when it finally was useless.

I usually buy pumpkins after Halloween so I can make pumpkin pies later on.  One of the kids love pumpkin pie and I won’t pass up a piece either!

I do wonder what the dh will say when he comes home and glances at the fruit bowl.  LOL

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5 Responses to Oranges for Halloween?

  1. Pingback: Oranges for Halloween? | Pepper Phillips

  2. Carol says:

    Decorating Oranges is a great idea. Hope your hubby got a laugh. 🙂 My grandson does a pumpkin with his Mom and Dad. I buy him the small decorative kind and he’s decorated them for years.


  3. leighmorgan1 says:

    I’m with Carol, this is a wonderful idea! Nice to keep, hand out and eat. I think I’ll do this and send them with my son’s school lunch. Thanks!


  4. susanrhughes says:

    I love the top left one.


  5. Pumpkin pie?? Please save a big piece for me. I love it but I don’t know how to make it.


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